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Price and Availability Index Bar Harbor
Vacation Rental Price Information in Bar Harbor
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Bar Harbor. Prices reach a peak a week in July. The price per night in a vacation rental in Bar Harbor this week (7/14 - 7/21) costs on average $341. On average, the most interesting prices are in a week of August (8/4 - 8/11) as the average price is only $229 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Bar Harbor
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of August (8/4 - 8/11), as 94% of the rentals are booked. Conversely, 72% of the rentals are still available during a week in June (6/8 - 6/15).
The Weather in Bar Harbor
Above are the weather conditions for Bar Harbor. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 77°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. Bring your umbrella in October, the rainiest month of the year!
Peak experiences from your vacation rental in Bar Harbor
Bar Harbor has some of the best coastline on the North Atlantic seaboard and ideal beaches for water sports and relaxation. And don't miss its lumberjack shows.
Forays with the family
Make memories at Wildwood Stables, a traditional stable where you can join tours via horse-drawn carriage like in the old days, or even bring your own horse to the rental stalls. Grab a kayak or canoe and scoot around Schoodic Peninsula from Mount Desert Island, or just chill out on its beaches. There are three main ones; the aptly named Sand Beach, Echo Lake Beach (with the warmest water for swimmers), and Seal Harbor Beach, dotted with yachts. Underwater Video Tours are a novel way of exploring the underwater world, with divers who dive for you and pop back up to answer your questions. Don't miss the Great Maine Lumberjack Show, as seen on TV, great family edu-tainment about the traditional lumberjacks in this neck of the woods.
Bars in Bar Harbor
After all that fresh air, it's time to hit the tavern. There are many great hostelries in Bar Harbor. The Brewpub serves up your favorite micro brewed ales, scotches and brandies from across the world, making this a great place for some 'research' into lesser known but great varieties. Paddys' spectacular waterfront location is the ideal setting for some traditional Irish banter, hearty food, and naturally, a great pint.
If you want to be the first person in the United States to see the morning sun, come here October 7th through March 6th. Cadillac is the highest point on the North Atlantic seaboard, one of twenty mountains created by the earth's tectonic plates millions of years before humans first traversed their slopes.
Another gem of Acadia National Park, the gigantic crashes of white waves that erupt at Thunder Hole make a sound like distant thunder. Water splashes as high as 40 feet in the air.
Hulls Cove Visitor Center
Start your exploration of Arcadia National Park with a trip to the Visitor Center, which guides you among the many attractions and delights of the park. Select from the immense array of activities and awe-inspiring hiking trails that await you in Acadia Park.
Asticou Azalea Garden
Aflame with colors throughout the year, these landscaped gardens are lush with azaleas, flowering cherry trees, iris and rhododendrons. The Lantern Stroll on July 20th illuminates the garden with Japanese floating lanterns and good cheer, to traditional koto music.
Near Thunder Hole, you'll find the Otter Cliffs, one of the tallest headlands to the north of Rio de Janeiro. Just off the cliff is the striking Monument Cove, a crescent of land encircling the clear water where the rock faces turn gold in the evening light.
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