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Parks & nature in Gouldsboro

Boat or Ferry
“They try real hard to find Whales for viewing. Sunfish typically come right up to the boat for viewing humans!”
14 locals recommend
Park
“The Schoodic Peninsula is a part of Acadia National Park. It is the quiet section of Acadia with beautiful views of open ocean and cliffs. Large rocks and tide pools. Hiking and biking trails. It is only 12 miles away on Route 186.”
19 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“Really cool in bad weather! The ocean comes rushing in and creates quite a geyser!”
9 locals recommend
Harbour / Marina
“Bar Harbor is about 30 minutes from the cottage. It is a busy place, with many shops and restaurants-2 great movie theaters, and beautiful views.”
47 locals recommend
Park
“Just down the road from The 'G' Spot Maine, this is a great place to birdwatch or enjoy the hiking/walking trails.”
6 locals recommend
Park
“Evening lectures and scheduled ranger programs. Come visit the exhibits and welcome center at historic Rockefeller Hall.”
5 locals recommend
Harbour / Marina
“Bar Harbor passenger ferry that goes from Winter Harbor to Bar Harbor and back. Park for free and forget the car. Free shuttle bus once in Bar Harbor and thur Acadia. Great Price.www.barharborferry.com”
6 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“Tidal Falls Preserve is right across the water from the cabin. At high tide will see the rushing waters and maybe a seal feeding. Free concerts on Mondays with food trucks at 6 pm. July thur mid August. www.frenchmanbay.org”
5 locals recommend
Trail
“A beautiful 1/2 mile path along the shore. It starts at the pier and ends at Wayman Lane. You can walk up Wayman Lane to get back to Main Street.”
4 locals recommend
Park
“A short path to take while someone else is shopping, along the shore frontage of several stately homes. Start out from Agamont Park and walk toward the Bar Harbor Inn. Keep going until it ends, about 3/4 mile.”
3 locals recommend
Park
“For an hour and a half BEFORE and AFTER low tide, Bar Island is accessible to walkers via s sand bar for a unique view of Bar Harbor. CAUTION, watch the time carefully. You don't want to get stranded by fast, incoming 10 foot tides.”
3 locals recommend
Park
“The Village Green is a busy place in the summer. There is live bandstand music there most nights as well as art shows and just general good people watching. Get an ice cream at Mount Desert Ice Cream and sit in the park for a while. ”
2 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends
Campground
1 local recommends
Park
“4th of July fireworks! Beautiful little park with lots of great views and fun things to do in the area. ”
1 local recommends
Trail
“Otter Cliff is part of Acadia National Park, which is an absolute must-see for any and all trips to Maine. But Otter Cliff itself is pretty jaw-dropping. It reminds me of the high, sheer cliffs in Northern California and Oregon. Truly beautiful and well worth the drive.”
1 local recommends