Acadia Area

Acadia National Park camping dates back to the days before there even was an Acadia National Park. For generations, vacationers have bypassed the hubbub of the beaches for a trip to remote Mount Desert Island. And the recipe for the perfect Acadia vacation remains constant: active, engaging days spent admiring the island’s natural beauty balanced with the refined comforts of the island’s legendary hospitality.

Woods of Eden keeps that tradition alive, putting the emphasis on comfort and luxury for your Acadia National Park Camping trip, while still bringing you as close to nature as humanly possible.
When you’re not relaxing in one of our glamping tents, there’s loads to do and see on the island. To get you started, here are links to some of my favorite sites for finding your way around Mount Desert.
And if you don’t find what you’re looking for, or just want some personalized recommendations, please get in touch with me directly. I love helping my guests have their perfect Acadia National Park camping experience.

 

Where to Eat

Food on Mount Desert Island ranges from the elegant and sophisticated to rustic and traditional. Your problem won’t be finding a dining experience you want, it will be deciding which one to choose.

Tripadvisor Guide to Dining on Mount Desert

Where to Hike and Bike

The hiking, biking and horseback riding opportunities at Acadia National Park draw visitors from around the world. With more than 160 miles of trails and carriage roads, Acadia has a trail for everyone from the most extreme rock climber to the casual day-tripper.

Acadia National Park Official Site

Boating

Mount Desert Island is a water-lover’s playground. You can sail the Somes Sound or paddleboard on a lake, take a tour on a lobster boat, enjoy a harbor cruise, sail on a windjammer or kayak in the surf. Whatever you’re pleasure, Mount Desert beckons you to indulge your watery wishes.   

Bar Harbor and Acadia Chamber of Commerce Water Activities Guide

Where to Shop

In need of some shopping therapy? Look no further. The stores of Mount Desert Island offer everything from kitsch to couture.

Bar Harbor Shopper’s Guide

Learn about the island


Save some time on your trip to learn about the fascinating history of Bar Harbor and the rest of Mount Desert Island.

Abbe Museum of Wabanaki History

Bar Harbor Historical Society

George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History

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