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Old 12-06-18, 01:46 PM
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You can take the ferry to Bailey Island. You can then ride up to Brunswick. There is an old school place to stay on the island, the Driftwood Inn. We used to do that as a loop, always stayed there, they only serve dinner, not something you want to miss.

Brunswick is a college town with lots of good places to eat.

Bar Harbor is an island, use the back road on the Western side of the island. You can ride the perimeter road in the park. Do not miss having lunch at Jordan Pond. Order the lobster chowder and popovers. Seriously, if you go nowhere else...
https://jordanpondhouse.com/

One last thing, you can ride past the turn to go to Acadia, and then ride down the Schoodic peninsula, one of my favorite rides. There is a ferry over to Bar Harbor. That's what we did the last time. Part of the park is there, and you can ride around that. It's also safer this way. We rode out the Western side of the island.

Avoid going north of Camden on Rte 1, it's quite dangerous. Make a little triangle go inland, and then back to the coast, I think the name of the town is Lincolnville. Staying on rte 52 looks tempting on the map, but it's hideously dangerous. It's narrow and the locals will zoom by as fast as 70.

Perhaps the prettiest ferry ride in the state is the one out to Isle au Haut.

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