Land ActivitiesWe would like to thank the following sponsors:Experience the Island the Best Way - See it from above! Hop aboard a closed cockpit, Cessna 172 aircraft with an experienced Commercial Pilot, who will point out sights you can only view from above. You will gain a unique perspective of Bar Harbor, Coastal Lighthouses, Acadia National Park, Cadillac Mountain, Somes Sound and much more. You may choose from one of our popular flights or custom tailor your own, with prices starting at $46 per person. Reservations are not required, with the exception of our unforgettable Sunset Flights and 'off-season' flights. You may also give the gift of flight with a Gift Certificate. For a different kind of adventure, if you have always wanted to know what it is like to fly an airplane, schedule a Discover Flying Experience'' with one of our Certified Flight Instructors. You can take a 30 60 or 90 minute ''First Flight Lesson''. Just call to schedule or for more information.''1044 Bar Harbor RoadTrenton, ME 04605Hello, fun... Pedego Electric Bikes make riding more fun! The best - and fastest - way to see Acadia, EVER! Bike Acadia National Park: Park Loop Road, Cadillac Mountain, and the Schoodic Peninsula without breaking a sweat. Come by for a free test ride!55 West St. Unit 10Bar Harbor, ME 04609Sharon Joyce is a trainer/educator/chef and studied in Advanced French Cooking and French Pastry at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. In 1981 she opened and operated a catering business and cooking school in Chicago and the Virgin Islands. She has taught various cooking classes including French, American and Cruzan in such locations as Chicago, Bar Harbor, California, and Christiansted, St. Croix, U.S.V.I. She was fascinated by Maine cooking and the abundance of local foods when she moved to Bar Harbor 25 years ago. The regional cooking of Maine brings together history and the availability of foods. Too much great Maine food to try and not enough time? The Regional Cooking of Maine . Le Cordon Bleu trained chef will explain history and foods of Maine. You will learn history, food facts, techniques and traditional recipes while tasting such favorites as lobster, blueberry muffins, etc. 2 ë_ hr Chowder and Popovers, please ! The meal that Mainers ask for and savor. Learn the Maine historical tradition of chowders and the technique to be successful at making a varieties of perfect popovers. After tasting the Corn chowder and popovers made during the class, you will want to duplicate these recipes at home. 2 1/2 hr. CALL OR EMAIL FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO MAKE A RESERVATION AND INSURE A SPACE 207-288-4523 email at email@example.com Rodick StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609-0536Looking for a bird tour in Acadia National Park, a nature tour around Mount Desert Island, a kid-friendly outdoor adventure, or a family tide pool exploration on the rocky shores near Bar Harbor? Do you need a map, a field guide, binoculars (to own or rent), or that special nature-related gift or game for someone back home? The Natural History Center is the place for you! Based out of our Bar Harbor nature store, we offer nature and bird tours throughout Acadia National Park, Downeast Maine, and beyond. We are a family run business that enjoys sharing nature, whether leading you on a tour or sharing information while looking over a map. Our tours cater to beginning and advanced nature-lovers, novice and seasoned birders, families, small groups, kids with lots of energy, and people with mobility limitations. Call us to plan a tour that meets your needs and interests. Stop by our shop to browse our selection of natural history books (birds, lichens, dragonflies, and everything in between), binoculars and spotting scopes, nature-activity books for children, or our personal favorite game, Birdopoly!BAR HARBOR, ME 04609Acadia Bike features the largest bicycle rental fleet in New England, so you're sure to get the bike you want. Enjoy Acadia's natural wonders as you pedal the car-free carriage roads or Park Loop Road48 Cottage StreetBar Harbor , ME 04609Named a Best of New England destination by Yankee magazine in May of 2013 and one of the 50 Things to Do in Maine This Summer by the Bangor Daily News, The Naturalist's Notebook combines nature, science, arts and the frontier of knowledge in fun, engaging installations and activities. The original Notebook exploratorium in Seal Harbor offers three floors of interaction, shopping and learning for all ages. Smaller Naturalist's Notebook Annex spaces have opened on Main St. in Northeast Harbor and (as of Aug. 1) on the town green Bar Harbor. Open 10-5 every day from late June to late October in Seal Harbor and Northeast Harbor and from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day through late October in Bar Harbor.The Notebook is just a short drive from Bar Harbor or Northeast Harbor. It's a great rainy-day (or sunny day) place for families or anyone who's even slightly curious about the world and the universe.16 Main StreetSeal Harbor, ME 04675Maine Foodie Tours specializes in providing educational and tasty tours in downtown Bar Harbor! Guests enjoy tasting experiences at local, culinary arts-based businesses from restuarants and pubs to retailers. Tours are limited in size to offer you a8 Rodick PlaceBar Harbor, ME 04609Personalized bird watching and nature tours for individuals, couples, families and small groups. Bicycle, hiking and cross-country ski tours; 1/2 day & full day, camping and more.39 Cottage StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609We offer 2 unique walking tours - one is an evening lantern-led tour showcasing the history and mystery of Bar Harbor, the other is an afternoon historical tour of Bar Harbor's waterfront and maritime background.Bar Harbor, ME 04609At ArtWaves, we connect the community with art. A simple concept with boundless opportunity. Art for everyone. Children, high schoolers, summer visitors, seasonal workers, year-round professionals. Working and emerging artists. Stop by. Take a class. Attend a workshop. Become a member. We need your support to sustain a rich, vibrant and enlivened arts culture on Mt. Desert Island. We offer a wide array of classes and workshops for the beginner, intermediate, advanced and curious artists in our community. Drop-in for Figure Drawing Spend an evening Sipping and Printing (21+) Try your hand at Sculpting or painting – Plein Air, oil, watercolor, charcoal Take a class or attend a workshop in monoprinting, fiber arts, stained glass Bring your little ones to Art for Those Under Three Send your older kids to get an art studio experience with artists working in a variety of media Art is for everyone and that includes you! Check us out at ArtWavesmdi.com ArtWaves is now located next to the Town Hill Market – 1345 A. Rte. 102, Town Hill -- Bar Harbor.1345A State Highway 102Bar Harbor, ME 04609Tour the rock with MDI Tours!Hadley's Point Campground33 Hadley Point RdBar Harbor, ME 04609MAINE'S PREMIER AVIATION TOUR COMPANY! CHOOSE FROM 3 DIFFERENT AVIATION ADVENTURES: BIPLANE - Experience the magic of flying in an Open Cockpi?t Biplane. So, put on your leather helmet, pull down your goggles and prepare to lift off into the wild blue yonder. -- CHOOSE FROM 4 FLIGHTS -- GLIDER - Have you ever wondered what it would be like to fly like a bird? Today that dream can become your reality! --CHOOSE FROM 3 FLIGHTS -- SCENIC FLIGHTS - Great value for the entire family, starting at $34.50 per person. Pay for 3 and the 4th (child) flies FREE! -- CHOOSE FROM 4 FLIGHTS -- WHICHEVER FLIGHT YOU CHOOSE, YOU ARE SURE TO TRANSFORM AN ORDINARY DAY INTO AN EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME!! --WE CATER TO CRUISE SHIP VISITORS --968 Bar Harbor RoadTrenton , ME 04605Enjoy an up-close experience with marine life. At the oceanarium at 1351 Route 3 take a guided tour of a salt marsh and the Maine Lobster Museum. At the working lobster hatchery we take you on a fascinating tour to see mother lobsters & baby lobsters & the hatchery process. We also feature a hands on Discovery Pool with lots of local sea life to learn about, have fun and get wet! Group discounts and tours.1351 State Highway 3Bar Harbor, ME 04609Rated the #1 activity in Bar Harbor by Tripadvisor 2015! Named BEST OF MAINE by Down East Magazine! For 22 years Atlantic Climbing School has offered world-class rock climbing courses in Acadia National Park. We specialize in creating small, private, courses for families and first-time climbers. Half day and full day courses are available for individuals, couples, families and groups of all ages and ability levels. As Maine's premier rock climbing school we guarantee the best instruction, the most experienced guides and of course, the most rewarding rock climbing experience you will ever have. All of our staff are certified AMGA Instructors and Guides and we are proud to be the only guide service in Maine to have this distinction. In fun, in professional commitment, in everything we do, at Atlantic Climbing School, WE CLIMB HIGHER. All equipment provided, no experience needed. Call us at 207 288 2521 or stop by- we are upstairs at 67 Main St. Accredited by the American Mountain Guides Association.67 Main StreetBar Harbor , ME 04609We will pick you up from your ship or hotel and we’ll drive along the 27-mile long Park Loop Road up to the summit of Cadillac Mountain, the highest peak on the eastern seaboard and the first place da3 Acadia Pines LaneMount Desert, ME 04660Surrounded by the mountains of Acadia National Park, Kebo Valley has been enticing golfers from all over the world for more than 100 years to the challenges of the finest 18 holes of championship golf in Maine. Just minutes from downtown Bar Harbor. Kebo Valley consistently ranks among America's best public golf courses. Expert PGA staff. Private and group lessons. Fully modern clubhouse. Banquets. Lunch served daily 11am-4pm. Open daily spring, summer & fall. Tee Times 288-3000; Clubhouse 288-5000; Superintendent 288-2200136 Eagle Lake RoadBar Harbor, ME 04609Named BEST FAMILY ACTIVITY IN MAINE 2014 and rated the #1 BAR HARBOR ACTIVITY by TripAdvisor in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018! Rock climbing lessons for all ages and abilities in Acadia and beyond.228 Main StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609The Mission of the Mount Desert Island YMCA is to develop community, character, personal growth; and wellness in spirit, mind, and body for the greater MDI community.
Our values of Respect, Responsibility, Caring, and Honesty are celebrated by staff and members, providing a positive foundation for all Y programs and a healthy connection with others.
The Mount Desert Island YMCA is a nonprofit, charitable organization that servces the greater MDI community. Donations and fees help support our promise--to strive to keep programs open for all.
We work to help strengthen the foundation of the Mount Desert Island communities.21 Park StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Our fully narrated tours of Bar Harbor and Acadia national Park are a fun, relaxing way to discover the unique treasures of our area. Enjoy our friendly guides’ knowledge and flair for storytelling while you journey past historic landmarks and fantastic scenery. For new visitors and returning guests alike, Oli’s Trolley offers an unforgettable way to explore Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Join us to see why guests say it’s the best tour they have ever taken! For tickets and information visit www.olistrolley.com, call 207 288 9899 or visit us in person at Olis Trolley Gift Shop, 1 West Street Bar Harbor Maine.1 West Street55 West StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Bar Harbor and Acadia's premier sightseer: 2 1/2 hours of the best sights, sounds & stories available with 3 - 15 minute stops in Acadia National Park. Tour includes Bar Harbor, Cadillac Mtn., Park Loop Rd., Sand Beach, Thunder Hole, Otter Cliffs, etc. 50 yrs. of informing & entertaining satisfied customers. Reservations recom. Tours daily 10 & 2. MC/Visa accepted. Open May - Oct. Write to PO Box 603, Bar Harbor, ME 04609 for brochure.53 Main StreetBar Harbor , ME 04609Bike From Acadia National Park to Penobscot Bay on our Maine Bike Tour. Backroads has been a leader in active travel since 1979.801 Cedar St.Berkeley, CA 94710People have been drawn to the rugged coast of Maine throughout history. Awed by its beauty and diversity, early 20th-century visionaries donated the land that became Acadia National Park. The park is home to many plants and animals, and the tallest mountain on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Today visitors come to Acadia to hike granite peaks, bike historic carriage roads, or relax and enjoy the scenery.Route 3Bar Harbor, ME 04609Open May 1 through October 31, 7 days, 10-5. At the Seal Cove Auto Museum you will find a wide variety of antique autos and motorcycles, from an 1899 DeDion Bouton to a 1924 Mercer, with special emphasis on cars from the Brass Era'' (1895-1917). Antique car enthusiasts as well as those who simply enjoy history and cars from the past will delight in the beauty mystery and romance of this unique collection.''1414 Tremont RoadSeal Cove, ME 04675When you think Maine, you think Lobsters. But what do you really know about lobsters? Today, people are interested in learning how their food came to their dinner table and if it got there in a sustainable way. Enter Captain John and Lobster Talk...Bar Harbor, ME 04609We specialize in private vehicle tours of Acadia National Park, serving groups of 2 to 12 people. Our three-hour Acadia Adventure tour provides an ideal snapshot of the park, covering Ocean Drive, Thunder Hole, Jordan Pond, Cadillac Mountain, Northeast Harbor and Somes Sound. Our knowledgeable guides will show you the out-of-the-way places that large groups miss. We're flexible, and we're fun.106 Cottage StreetBar Harbor , ME 04609Adventure Golf-There's really no adventure like Pirate's Cove! Come test your skills on 36 challenging holes and explore the wonderful hideout of Pirates! At Pirate's Cove you putt your way through mountain caves, over foot bridges and under waterfalls. Located just 4 miles from downtown Bar Harbor on Rt. 3. Senior and group rates available upon request. Open mid April-mid Oct. 9am-11pm.368 State Highway 3Bar Harbor, ME 04609