I haven’t written about the now-happening North Woods national monument before, which is perhaps odd for a Maine outdoors blogger. My excuse is that it was such a hot topic and I could see the arguments of both sides so clearly that I just sort of stood on the issue and swayed back and forth […]
You’ve come all the way to Bar Harbor and Acadia, and it rained. What can you do on a rainy day in Bar Harbor? I’ve four things to keep everyone busy.
Looking for the very best campground on Mount Desert Island for your Acadia vacation? Here’s the scoop on where the locals go.
Summer is here and swimming season is upon us. Looking to while away some hours lakeside? Here are the best swimming spots in Acadia National Park.
Here are the very best kid-friendly hikes in Acadia National Park, for kids aged toddlers to teens.
Planning a trip to Acadia National Park to celebrate its 100th birthday? Here’s how to make the most of your trip, including the best planning guides and special programs to get your kids excited about exploring.
Summer vacation is coming. Here’s how to set some goals and make some plans so it all doesn’t fly by in a blur.
Your life jacket could not only save your life, it could save your kids lives, but it only works if you put it on.
Walking to school takes us two-tenths of a mile down a dirt road and into a world of adventure.
It’s tick season again. In fact, given the very mild winter we had, I’m not sure we were ever out of tick season. Certainly it is poised to be a very bad year of the creepy crawlers, given the lack of a good cold spell to help with die-back. But do we let fear of […]