Frenchman Bay on the East side of the island, Western Way to the South, or Blue Hill Bay on the West, the expanse of water views are all unique and you will be rewarded with sights that will take your breath away!
Is it possible for Mount Desert Island to be more beautiful? Why, YES, it is! Fall is when Mother Nature dips into her color pallet and paints the island in exquisite colors that must be seen to believe. Each and every day is like walking into a painting that you not only see, but can smell, hear, feel, and touch.
The warm days are perfect for hiking in Acadia National Park and the cool evenings invite visitors to sit outside with good friends and family and enjoy a meal. Many visitors have already partaken of the peak summer months, making September the perfect time for those who prefer more room to roam around without missing out on all the island has to offer.
July on Mount Desert Island is a sight to behold. Summer guests arrive to explore Acadia National Park, enjoy canoeing and kayaking the ponds that pepper the island, spend leisurely days at Sand Beach followed by seafood dinners out or in their own backyards, and while away the hours in local shops in Bar Harbor and the other stores on the island.