Bar Harbor / Oceanside KOA is the only campground on the west side of Bar Island. The campground offers a few pebble beaches with access to the ocean. These beaches are also an excellent place to catch a sunrise or a sunset. Bar Island is part of Acadia National Park, and you can catch a daily shuttle from the campground to the park. If you’re up for a bit of exercise, you can rent a bike from the campground and explore the area that way. After working up a sweat, clean up at one of the campground bathhouses with warm showers, and make sure your clothes are clean at the laundromat.Traveling with children? They’ll enjoy the basketball court, playground, the KOA Express Fun Train, horseshoe pits, corn hole boards, and the planned activities that are scheduled throughout the year. If you forgot something at home, there’s a well-equipped camp store that can help you satisfy all your needs while visiting the island. Supplies can even be delivered directly to your site, free of charge.And no matter what type of rental motorhome, at Bar Harbor / Oceanside KOA, there’s a spot just for you. Choose between partial or full hookups and decide on whether you want a site with a view, oceanfront, or farther from the water in a grassy area. All the campsites have picnic tables and fire rings. Upgraded sites have hard-surface patios, patio furniture, and a gas grill.
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Acadia National Park is just minutes away when you're camping at Bar Harbor / Oceanside KOA. In fact, the RV park offers free shuttles to and from this natural beauty. Boasting the highest rocky headlands on the Atlantic coast, the park has seven peaks above 1,000 feet, 45 miles of carriage roads, 158 miles of hiking trails, and 16 stone bridges. Acadia National Park houses a wealth of habitats and has high biodiversity. Explore the land via a guided bike tour or boat cruise. Enjoy boating, bird watching, rock climbing, fishing, swimming, horseback riding, and much more. The opportunities are endless when you book an RV rental in Bar Harbor.When you search for an RV in Hancock County, you’ll find yourself immersed in a natural playground. Surrounded by islands, the Gulf of Maine, and Acadia National Park, there are many opportunities for marine wildlife viewing. Hop on board a cruise to see local lighthouses, watch seals frolic, and, of course, catch a glimpse of some whales. Local companies offer several different tours and cruises to meet your needs and preferences.The picturesque Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse in Tremont was built in 1858 and is nestled on the edge of a sea cliff. One of the most photographed beacons in New England, this gorgeous light feature is easily accessed by car and offers several vantage points. From the trail next to the tower and lighthouse, you’ll have panoramic views of the harbor and islands in the distance. There’s even a staircase down the cliff from lighthouse level to get the ocean level view. When you book a campervan rental in the Bar Island area and visit this iconic light, you’ll quickly discover why the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse is one of Maine’s most popular light features.
The longest running summer antique show, the Ellsworth Antique Show features over 28 dealers from Maine, England, and throughout the United States. Held on the grounds of the Woodlawn Museum in Ellsworth, visitors can browse through American and English furniture, oriental rugs, unique books, ceramics, jewelry, and more. Check the show’s schedule on their website before you visit, and see what rare treasures you find when you visit the Ellsworth Antique Show.Acadia National Park is such a scenic place and learning about the forces that shaped this spectacular place is possible at the George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History. Interpreting and displaying the natural world of Maine, visitors can engage all their senses as they touch, see, hear, and smell the interactive exhibits. There is a tide pool tank with various sea stars, snails, and hermit crabs. Detailed dioramas display flora and fauna of coastal Maine while temporary exhibits bring new life to the museum on a regular basis.The Somesville Historical Museum and Garden in Mount Desert sits at the heart of the island’s history. The museum brings in new exhibits each month that preserve and present the island’s past, so there’s always something new to learn. In addition to the museum — which overlooks an ancient mill pond and Somes Harbor and boasts views of the Sargent and Norumbega Mountains — the grounds are home to a lovely Heirloom Garden with blossoms from the 19th and early 20th centuries.Definitely one of the most naturally beautiful and diverse places along the Atlantic coast, your next adventure awaits when you book a motorhome rental near Bar Harbor / Oceanside KOA.