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Old 07-18-2014, 09:59 AM   #11
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Go to (Sunset Point C/G Harrington,Maine! The Owner (Kurt) will ask you how big & how many and what Time he is to (COOK & Deliver (Lobsters) to your unit or the Over look house of the Bay!! Look up their Web Site,all the Info! We were there,We WILL go BACK! Youroo!! PS,the owner and I were born on the (Same Day Same Year)

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Old 07-18-2014, 10:02 AM   #12
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Old Orchard, 20 minutes, Bar Harbor 150 miles. Remember this is tourist season and a lot are booked up, so call ahead.

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Old 07-24-2014, 01:02 PM   #13
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Thanks for all the replies with suggestions for campgrounds and restaurants. I finally had time yesterday to call for reservations and went through 5 campgrounds till I found one with an opening. In Maine we'll be staying at Hid'n Pines for 3 days. Great location to everything we want to see in that area. We'll be staying one night at Cape Ann campground in Gloucester, Massachusetts. We have a 1:30 reservation for whale watching in that area. That was all we wanted to do in that location. We will definitely hit some of the restaurants that have been recommended. Thanks again!
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Old 09-01-2014, 06:48 PM   #14
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Thanks again for all the replies I got on this thread. Just got back from our Maine/Massachusetts trip and had a great time. Hid'n Pines Campground in Maine is really nice and I would definitely go back. Site 615 is huge! No one on your left side.Great location for sightseeing in the area. You can walk down to the beach from the campground and the amusement park in Old Orchard Beach. About a 20 minute drive to the park where the "headlight" is. The views were unbelievable! Rode bikes into Portland from the park over the Casco Bay Bridge. Some locals told us about a boat that goes out catching lobsters. It's called Lucky Catch." Unfortunately they were all booked up so we'll have to do it another time. Ate at the Lobster Shack that night. Not exactly what my wife and I were picturing. the views are great, but the way you get dinner was different. The restaurant really does look like a shack. You stand in line to order your food and the. Sit down inside if there are tables open or sit outside. Food was ok, but not what I would say great. Also went to Wolfe's Neck State Park and the LL Bean outlet to see the 2 moose that got locked together. The moose were out on tour in another state. I thought that was funny.
Stayed at Cape Ann Camp Site in Gloucester. It was fine for overnight, but wasn't great. Had a nice view of the salt marsh across the street. It's the only campground in the area. We went to Cape Ann Whale Watch. 15 minute drive from campground. Highly recommend it! They were extremely professional and we saw a lot of whales. One of the highlights of the trip. Ate at the Cruise Port afterwards. Food was very good.
Overall a great trip and will definitely be back!
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Old 09-20-2014, 07:48 PM   #15
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We stayed at hidden pines sister campground powder horn. Place was very clean and the amenities were great. close to all. We visited friends at baily's and liked that campground even more. Went whale watching and enjoyed the amusement park at old orchard beach a couple of times. So much nicer than the jersey shore was a great vacation destination
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We just got back from visiting Powder Horn CG. Very impressed with cleanliness of grounds and bathhouse. Large flat sites, pools all closed up and as always some awesome whole belly fried clams down near the beach.

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