Endless Adventures Create Your Own Uniquely Maine Experience

Adventure awaits on the road less traveled

A truly Maine experience includes getting off the beaten path and away from the crowds. Spend some time exploring local communities and quaint fishing villages, hike through island trails that provide you with a different perspective of Acadia National Park and Mount Desert Island or take a scenic bike ride along miles of trails, often only known to locals. Find adventure in the interactions with locals at breweries, lobster shacks and small shops. Let us help you create your own uniquely Maine trip to instill memories that will last a lifetime.

THE CRANBERRY ISLANDS

THE CRANBERRY ISLANDS

Encompassing five islands - Bear, Sutton, Baker, Great and Little Cranberry - the Cranberry Islands are located south of Mount Desert Island and are only accessible by by boat. Great Cranberry Island has a musuem, shops art galleries and hiking path that allows visitors to get a glimpse of Mount Desert Island from across the Harbor. 

SCHOODIC PENINSULA

SCHOODIC PENINSULA

Get away from the crowds and explore Schoodic Peninsula, a popular local bike destination. Take a ride through the Schoodic Loop Road or enjoy their miles of bike trails. Experience the Sullivan Falls, where freshwater meets the ocean and the natural phenomenon of reverse tide changes takes place. Then savor some haddock chowder on the wharf overlooking working lobster boats

MAINE'S REGIONAL BEER TRAIL

MAINE'S REGIONAL BEER TRAIL

Take the beer trail, no hiking boots needed! Explore and indulge in some of New England's best craft beers; like Atlantic Brewing in Bar Harbor, Fogtown Brewery & Airline Brewing in Ellsworth and Deepwater Brewing in Blue Hill. Or stay put and taste regional brews from the comfort of our Lodge which pulls the best Maine brews from tap.

Explore the Beacons of History

Since the late 1700s, Maine's lighthouses have served as navigational guides, illuminating the rugged coastline to safely guide ships at sea. Commonly referred to as the Lighthouse State, Maine has 65 historical towers along 5,000 miles of coastline, islands and inlets. Travelers to the state can visit many of these beautiful lighthouses to tour the grounds, climb the towers and imagine what life was like for the innkeeper's so many years ago.

Terramor is conveniently located near several lighthouses.

  • Bass Harbor Head - located in southwestern Acadia National Park, Bass Harbor Head sits high above the rocky shoreline. Since 1858, the lighthouse has been guiding ships approaching Maine's rocky coast.
  • Egg Rock - Constructed in 1875, Egg Rock stands 40 feet tall and marks the entrance to Frenchman Bay. Visitors are welcome, but must get there by boat.
  • Bakers Island - Also available only by boat, this magnificent white stone tower was originally made of wood in 1828.
  • Burnt Coat Harbor - Located off of Swans Island, visitors to Burnt Coat Harbor can stroll through a museum and sports park while learning the history of the lighthouse.
  • Mount Desert Rock - Stationed atop a windswept rock, Mount Desert Rock is an impressive scene standing amongst winter gales and crashing shorelines. Accessible only by boat, the 48-foot granite tower is now used by the College of the Atlantic research station.


Wanderers Welcome.

At Terramor, we encourage exploration outside of the resort. Spend your mornings with us, your days adventuring and your evenings sharing experiences around a campfire.

Book your stay in one of our luxury tents and experience everything Acadia National Park has to offer. We can't wait to welcome you here.

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