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It's an easy walk in town that is as much about architecture as views of nature. It was not crowded at all around sunset. Most crowds during the day I think. I like that we could smell the ocean and have the big open views,...More
This is a must do if it's your first trip to Acadia or the the Bar Harbor area. The path is an easy stroll that all ages can enjoy. We even seen some people with chairs sitting and enjoying a favorite spot. The views are...More
My wife and I were only in town for one day on a Celebrity Cruise Ship. After lunch we took a stroll down the shore path. We walked all the way to the end and enjoyed every second. It was low tide and The was...More
Scenic way to walk and enjoy the harbor views where you can view islands and various boats. The level path is about 1/2 mile long and has beautiful landscaping, historical signs and benches to sit and rest. The walk takes you past beautiful homes and...More
Bar Harbor doesn't really have any sand beaches for swimming. Other than the swimming pools at the different hotels and motels in Bar Harbor, the closest beach that I saw was Sand Beach, which is about 4 miles south of Bar... More
Bar Harbor doesn't really have any sand beaches for swimming. Other than the swimming pools at the different hotels and motels in Bar Harbor, the closest beach that I saw was Sand Beach, which is about 4 miles south of Bar Harbor, just off of Park Loop Road. We were there in the 3rd week of August and the water was still pretty chilly and there weren't many people swimming.