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The Weather in Seal Harbor
Find the Seal Harbor climate diagram. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 77° On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is May while the driest month is August.
Seal Harbor vacation homes are all about coastal hikes
Near Acadia National Park, surrounded by ocean, lies your beachy vacation home in Seal Harbor, Maine. With a profusion of special events, festivals, and stunning coastal leisure on the water or in the National Park. Bliss awaits in Seal Harbor.
Pizza and paddleboarding
You don't have to be shut up indoors to enjoy a classic or family movie when you're staying in Seal Harbor. Seaside Cinema in Agamont Park is accompanied by delicious pizza and overlooks Frenchman Bay. Popcorn is free!
Kids will love paddling around on the crystal water in Seal Harbor, whether it be in a fishing boat or a kayak. Now's the time to try your hand at stand up paddleboarding too.
Discover Acadia National Park
Explore the many trails that wind through Acadia National Park, discovering the incredible vistas as you go. Mountain escarpments and sea views are met by soaring eagles and light, coastal breezes in this 11,000 acre natural paradise.
Why not take a horse-drawn carriage ride along the carriage roads? The trails were constructed by John Rockefeller and remain a source of joy for visitors to Wildwood Stables. Rewarding trekking trails include Bar Harbor Shore Path which runs along the harbor and Porcupine Islands. For panoramic views of the Harbor, follow paved Cadillac Summit path, and to discover Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, follow the Wonderland trail.
Events to make you starry-eyed
Don't miss Food Festival weekend, during which you can learn from professional chefs about Maine chowder tradition, or Winter Beer Fest, a warming celebration of craft brews during the colder months.
Art in the Park Show in June brings together more than 30 painters and photographers all selling and displaying original work. Maine is home to some of the most unspoiled, starlit skies, so don't miss Acadia Night Sky Festival in September which involves expert speakers and hands on astronomy workshops for the whole family.
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