Narrows Two is pretty pricey compared to Bar Harbor Campground and Hadley's Point. Corporate type park. We stayed at their older Narrows on Mount Desert Isle and though the staff was friendly, the sites were very tight, run down and in early September one half shut down already! Never the less, anywhere camping in or around Bar Harbor will make it an exciting trip. As I suggested on other threads regarding trips to BH, if you have the time do not skip the opportunity to visit Portland Maine on the way to BH! Just beautiful old seaport city with cobblestone stepped streets full of shop, taverns, restaurant's and a wonderful seaport/waterfront. Then only 20 miles away is Freeport, ME, home of LL Bean and something like 150 or more outlet stores which actually comprises the town itself. If lobster and steak (err Surf n Turf) are your thing then I would suggest you bring a couple of nice rib eyes with you, stop at one of the many roadside lobster shacks where the lobster is fresh from that day, pick up a couple, many will cook it for you, take it back to your campsite and grill a steak, heaven! Last time I was there a 11/2 lb. lobster was like $6.
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