Ditto on "sunrise" on Cadillac Mountain. Same for Bar Harbor Campground, only about three miles outside of the touristy town of Bar Harbor. Kayaking in BH is fun and if you don't have bikes or want to bring them there are several places in BH that rent them for not much at all and you ride right from the bike rental in to the park and hit the carriage roads. If you like surf n turf, bring a couple of nice steaks with you (I prefer rib eyes for grilling) or there is a super market near Ellsworth to buy some, stop at the many roadside lobster stands and buy fresh that morning lobster. There is a house a mile or less away from BH Campground that used to have a sign pull in anytime and honk the horn, someone will come out and take you to the tank that has the morning catch. At the end of your site seeing, start a campfire, open a cold one and relax with the best surf n turf you'll have! Have fun and enjoy! P.S. if you do your own lobster as suggested, put them in the fridge or cooler for about a half hour before cooking them. Otherwise they'll fight like hell going into the pot.
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