Directions: Take Interstate 95 to Bangor. Take Exit 182A (formerly Exit 45A) to Interstate 395 East. Take Route 1A South, to Ellsworth. Continue on Route 1A through Ellsworth. Route 1A will become Route 3 East when you cross Main St. Stay in right lane and continue for about 10 miles. After crossing a short bridge onto Mt. Desert Island, go left at the fork (towards Bar Harbor). Go for about a mile and watch for Mt. Desert Narrows Camping Resort on the left.
Web Site: http://www.rvonthego.com/Mount-Desert-Narrows.html
Rate: We paid $52.00 per night with no discounts
Date of Stay: April 18th, 2012 (7 nights)
Favorite Sites: We stayed on site 148
Narrows Premium for 38' and over, pull through,Water, 20/30 or 30/50 Amp Electric, Sewer, Cable TV & Telephone. 50 amp by request if available. Please specify if you need 50 amp. Rates are based on 2 adults and 2 children. with Fire Ring & Picnic Table
Weather During Stay: We had mixed weather ~ some rainy and some sunny with cool temps around 68*
Phone/TV/Internet: Verizon Mi-fi card worked but was not excellent ~ Both AT&T and Verizon worked, Verizon just a little better ~ we had a tree so no Satellite reception but they had GREAT cable TV.
Elevation/Landscape: The campground had some hilly areas and some sites were unlevel ~ trees were pretty much scattered throughout the park and the landscape was very nice.
Lighting/Noise: Average ~ we had no problems sleeping at night.
Hiking/Walking/Biking: The park is huge so there is a lot of walking or biking throughout the park ~ Also with Acadia National Park just a short ways down the road there are a ton of hiing trails there.
Things to See & Do: Acadia National Park, Cadillac Mountain, Thunder hole, Bar Harbor, Canary Islands, Whale Watching, Boat Tours of the Lighthouses and Mansions, Fishing, Boating,
Rating: (8.5) We enjoyed out time at this park and would have given it a higher rating but site was unlevel and tree was in way of satellite reception however people working here were VERY nice and the park is very clean.