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Port PDirectory ort Directory In cooperation with the Southwest Harbor & Tremont Chamber of Commerce Free! INCLUDES: • Bernard • Bass Harbor • Acadia National Park SouthweSt harbor & tremont SouthweSt harbor & tremont 2022 2022

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Imagine a steaming boiler, the fresh scent of lobster caught straight from the salty sea, the satisfying crunch as you crack into this delicacy, and the sweet, succulent taste of a dish that Maine does best. Stop by today to see just what Maine is all about. Take it from us –when you’re this close, you can really taste the freshness. During the summer season, our restaurant is open 7 days a week. You can also enjoy our Beal’s at Home service anytime! We ship our fresh from the dock lobster nationwide, year-round, or we can pack some up to travel with you. 182 Clark Point Road | Southwest Harbor, Maine 04679 | 207-244-3202 | www.bealslobster.com eat, drink & be messy.™ POSTAGEUS PAID RateBulk #12Permit MEDesert,Mt. 04660 90th AnniversAry seAson

With thanks & CooPeration: My husband, Jonathan, without whom I would be lost; Emily Muise - friend, walking partner, sounding board, and proofread er extraordinaire (any errors are the sole responsibility of the publisher!); Katie Dyer; Kierie Piccininni; Maine Seacoast Mission; The Claremont; Acadia National Park Service; and the following Chambers of Commerce: Southwest Harbor & Tremont, Mount Desert and Bar Harbor. Cover Photo: © Katie Dyer. Why climb mountains? To have views like this one! While my hiking days may not be over, they are not as consistent as they used to be. My good friend took this one from on top of Acadia Mountain. Go hike!! ChristinaPublisherBoucher Post Office Box 55 Mount Desert, Maine 04660 baysidegraphics@roadrunner.com baysidegraphics.me

We want this publication to be useful, fresh, fun, and appealing. Keep it aboard your boat, in your home, by your phone, or in your car. For additional copies, please ask at a place of business, Chamber of Commerce office, or just contact us. As we are a member of the Maine Tourism Asso ciation, our books can also be found at most visitor centers throughout the state.

Unbelievably, this is the 32nd annual edition of the Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory!

2 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me Publisher’s Welcome The 2022 Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory –Volume XXXII©2022. All rights reserved. No portion of this book may be copied or used without written permission of the publisher. Substantial effort has been made to ensure accuracy of all information. Prices, dates, or times could change following publica tion. We recommend calling to confirm before making definitive plans. Bayside Graphics does not guaran tee the absence of errors or omissions, though we strive for correct information. Contributing PhotograPhers: Christina Boucher; Maine Seacoast Mission; Katie Dyer; The Claremont. Full island MaP: Bayside Graphics

Back in the late 80s, the Northeast Harbor Port Directory was “born out of necessity” by the hands of Eric Roos, Assistant Harbormaster at the time. In 1991, Wes Shaw purchased it and started up one for Southwest Harbor. While ownership has changed hands a few times - with each owner putting their unique touches on the pages - it has always been locally owned, and there is a strong desire to continue to meet the needs of all who pick it up and use the information in its pages. Our sincere wish is that you enjoy your time on Mount Desert Island, and thank you for reading the Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory.

Welcome to Southwest Harbor and Tremont — the “quiet side”! You have chosen to visit one of the most naturally beautiful places in the country — Mount Desert Island. This PORT DIRECTORY is intended to enhance the time you spend in this area by providing easy access to information about places to stay, things to do and see, activities, and places to dine, among other things. In the back of the book, you will find an extensive index of merchants. Also useful are the marina rules, rates and telephone numbers, tide charts, ferry schedules, museum listings, church services, maps of Southwest Harbor (including Bass Harbor and Tremont), and a full map of Mount Desert Island in the center section. It is our hope that the Port Directory will serve as a helpful reference book for visitors and residents alike.

Christina G. Boucher, Publisher credits

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Unbelievably, this is the 32nd annual edition of the Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory!

With thanks & CooPeration: My husband, Jonathan, without whom I would be lost; Emily Muise - friend, walking partner, sounding board, and proofread er extraordinaire (any errors are the sole responsibility of the publisher!); Katie Dyer; Kierie Piccininni; Maine Seacoast Mission; The Clarenot; Acadia National Park Service; and the following Chambers of Commerce: Southwest Harbor & Tremont, Mount Desert and Bar Harbor. Cover Photo: © Katie Dyer. Why climb mountains? To have views like this one! While my hiking days may not be over, they are not as consistent as they used to be. My good friend took this one from on top of Acadia Mountain. Go hike!! ChristinaPublisherBoucher Office Box 55 Mount Desert, Maine 04660 baysidegraphics@roadrunner.com baysidegraphics.me

2 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me Publisher’s Welcome The 2022 Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory –Volume XXXII©2022. All rights reserved. No portion of this book may be copied or used without written permission of the publisher. Substantial effort has been made to ensure accuracy of all information. Prices, dates, or times could change following publica tion. We recommend calling to confirm before making definitive plans. Bayside Graphics does not guaran tee the absence of errors or omissions, though we strive for correct information. Contributing PhotograPhers: Christina Boucher; Maine Seacoast Mission; Katie Dyer; The Claremont. Full island MaP: Bayside Graphics

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We want this publication to be useful, fresh, fun, and appealing. Keep it aboard your boat, in your home, by your phone, or in your car. For additional copies, please ask at a place of business, Chamber of Commerce office, or just contact us. As we are a member of the Maine Tourism Asso ciation, our books can also be found at most visitor centers throughout the state.

Back in the late 80s, the Northeast Harbor Port Directory was “born out of necessity” by the hands of Eric Roos, Assistant Harbormaster at the time. In 1991, Wes Shaw purchased it and started up one for Southwest Harbor. While ownership has changed hands a few times - with each owner putting their unique touches on the pages - it has always been locally owned, and there is a strong desire to continue to meet the needs of all who pick it up and use the information in its pages. Our sincere wish is that you enjoy your time on Mount Desert Island, and thank you for reading the Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory.

Welcome to Southwest Harbor and Tremont — the “quiet side”! You have chosen to visit one of the most naturally beautiful places in the country — Mount Desert Island. This PORT DIRECTORY is intended to enhance the time you spend in this area by providing easy access to information about places to stay, things to do and see, activities, and places to dine, among other things. In the back of the book, you will find an extensive index of merchants. Also useful are the marina rules, rates and telephone numbers, tide charts, ferry schedules, museum listings, church services, maps of Southwest Harbor (including Bass Harbor and Tremont), and a full map of Mount Desert Island in the center section. It is our hope that the Port Directory will serve as a helpful reference book for visitors and residents alike.

www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 3 table of contents L et O ur A dvertisers K nO w t h At Y Ou F Ound t heir A d in the s Outhwest h A rb Or & t remOnt P Ort d irectOr Y ! 4 – Art Galleries 5 – Local Shops 11 – Personal Services 15 – Area Dining 21 – Marine & Harbor 22 – Southwest Harbor Tide Chart 26 – Southwest Harbor & Tremont Chamber of Commerce 28 – Area Maps 35 – Ferry Schedules 37 – Activities 43 – Places to Stay 48 – Museums of MDI 51 – Places of Worship 52 – Index to Advertisers Articles:LocalHands Reaching Out: Maine Seacoast Mission ......... 6 Featured Hike — Western Mountain Range ..... 38 Oldest Hotel in Southwest Harbor: The Claremont ..................... 42 Picknicking .............................. 47

4 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me art Galleries QuietSide Owners/Artists 38 Bernard Road • Bernard Ginny Lane Mary Parkman 678-978-5551 ginnyplane@gmail.com Artwww.quietsidegallery.comGallery&Studio Argosy Gallery Fine Art 110 Main Street info@argosygallery.com Bar Harbor, ME207-288-922604609argosygallery.com shaw jewelry 207-276-5000 wwww.shawjewelry.com 100 Main Street, Northeast Harbor, ME 04662 C L A R K P O I N T G A L L E R Y 19TH & 20TH CENTURY PAINTINGS OF MAINE AND MOUNT DESERT ISLAND 46 Clark Point Road Southwest Harbor, ME 04679 info@clarkpointgallery.com 207-244-0920 SMART STUDIO MAIN STREET • NORTHEAST HARBOR 207-276-5152 WWW.SMART-STUDIO.COM Fine Art and Custom Framing Since 1967 FINE CRAFTS, LOCALLY MADE 99 Main Street, Bar Harbor 119 Main Street, Northeast Harbor 207.288.4214 islandartisans.com FINE CRAFTS, LOCALLY MADE Keep your eyes open for the MDI Business Location Map. 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www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 5 local shoPs There are so many unique shops throughout Mount Desert Island! You are sure to find that special something ... whether for your own home or a gift for that special someone. • Quality clothing for people of all ages • Craftsmanship by local artisans • Supplies for all your needs • Jewelry • Glassware • Art • Furniture • Foodstuffs • And yes, traditional (and not-so-traditional) souvenirs! This is just a sampling of what you can find here in Southwest Harbor, on Mount Desert Island and beyond! Enjoy your time shopping, and make sure to let them know you found their ad in the Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory! Bring this coupon in for 20% off Storewide!! (Sale Items not Included) Quilts • Fabric • Yarn • Needlepoint Notions • Gifts 11 Seal Cove Rd. (207) 244-1233 Southwest Harbor N Lisa Hall Studio Jewelry, Gifts & Art Northeast www.LisaHallJewelry.comHarbor

To sail a sloop…from Kittery Point to Quoddy Head, in all kinds of weather, is not a small undertaking. To…call on families on isolated islands, visit the lightkeepers and the lifesaving stations, is a task of greater magnitude.

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This is the sixteenth year that the Port Directories have put a spotlight on a local organization that “reaches out” - be it reaching around the world or around the corner.

Presenting changing exhibits of jewelry, paintings and sculpture for over 40 years 128 Main Street, Northeast Harbor, Maine • 207.276.5000 • shawjewelry.com

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– First Annual Report, Maine Sea Coast Missionary Society, 1906 Tucked into a suite of offices overlooking Northeast Harbor, Maine Seacoast Mission oversees the work it’s tended for over 100 years. Focused on healthcare, education, food, shelter, and community building, the Mission has worked with those who dwell on the isolated outer, unbridged islands and rocky coast of Maine.

All photos in this article are used by permission of the Maine Seacoast Mission.

This year the focus is on the Maine Seacoast Mission.

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The organization first took on its “task of greater magnitude” when two Mount Desert Island pastors and brothers, Alexander and Angus MacDonald, sailed a small sloop called Hope to Maine islands and lighthouses. They sought to relieve the desolate conditions they often found in these places. As a pastor in Bar Harbor, Angus was connected to many of the wealthy rusti cators of Mount Desert Island. He successfully solicited their help in funding their two boats. Hope and Morning Star, and their charitable endeavors. In that moment in 1905, the Maine Seacoast Mission was born. The third of the Mission’s boats was named Sunbeam by island children. Commissioned in 1912, its crew soon began bringing books, Christmas presents, supplies, church services, and pastoral care to the light houses, outer islands, and isolated coastal communities of Maine. Sunbeam also transported the very ill to hos pitals and provided basic health care and vaccinations.

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Mission Downeast, the nonprofit’s 62-acre campus in Cherryfield, provides wraparound social and education services to coastal towns from Gouldsboro to Machias.

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Whether a seasonal visitor or lifelong resident, it’s incredible to think that everyone on MDI, Downeast, and on the outer islands has had the Maine Seacoast Mission, a Sunbeam service boat, or Mission Christmas as part of their lives.

Today, the Mission serves Mainers out of two additional locations beyond the Colket Center. The 74-foot-long M/V vessel Sunbeam V delivers island health and island outreach services.

–John Zavodny, Maine Seacoast Mission President, 2019 - present Today aboard the Sunbeam, three crew mem bers and two program directors routinely visit islanders. At the helm is Captain Mike Johnson and Storey King serves as Engineer. They man age the boat, keeping it in tip-top shape while negotiating routine passage to Frenchboro, Matinicus, and Isle au Haut. In 2021, Sunbeam visited six islands and traveled 2,025 nautical miles. During those visits, 658 visitors boarded the boat to receive services. provides islanders opportunities for socializa Cont’d. on p. 8 Sunbeam, the Mission’s boat, docked

8 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me tion and community gatherings. Managing the galley and providing warm snacks and meals is Jillian, Sunbeam’s Steward. The two program directors round out the island services team.

Director of Island Outreach and Chaplain, Douglas Cornman, MA BC-DMT, provides activities that augment small island schools’ work, supporting teachers and their students with activities ranging from marine ecology to the arts and storytelling. Last year, Douglas made 810 home visits across seven islands, worked with 15 island churches, and conducted 32 creative arts classes with islandHisschools.counterpart,

Director of Island Health, Sharon Daley, RN, uses the health and telemedicine facilities aboard Sunbeam. She and her team regularly provide flu vaccines, arrange specialty consultations, coordinates an island eldercare network with an annual retreat for eldercare professionals. Sharon also works alongside with elderly so they can age in place within their com munities. 2021 was a unique year for Island Health. Under her leadership, Mission staff administered 1,088 Covid-19 vaccina tions and boosters across seven islands. A friend to all, Sunbeam and her crew connect with thousands of people each year.

The work of Maine Seacoast Mission is pretty simple but has never been more relevant—at the end of the day it comes down to neighbors helping neighbors achieve their goals. The long service legacy of the Mission is really about hope, compassion, and trust. – John Zavodny Up the coast in Washington County, Maine Seacoast Mission’s outpost, Mission Downeast hosts programs focused on education, food security, shelter, and community engagement. Education initiatives include everything from in-school and after- school programs to STEM classes, college-prep, and teen leader ship workshops. Since 2002, the Ed Greaves Education program, better known as EdGE, has partnered with schools to offer afterschool and summer camp opportunities for students in kindergarten through 8th grade. Last year, nearly 700 students took part and the Mission conducted 1,992 hours of programming across Cont’d. on p. 10 Director of Island Health, Sharon Daley, RN administering a covid-19 booster to an islander

www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 9 1007 Bar Harbor Road Trenton, ME 04605 We are your local grocery store offering Hannaford products, pricing and friendly customer service! • Gas pumps on site, available 24/7 •Deli • Fresh Produce • Bakery • ATM • Full-Service Meat and Seafood Department • Deli-To-Go: Pizza/Fried Foods/Sandwiches/Baked Goods (207) 412-0221

The Maine Seacoast Mission has been a trusted friend along the Maine coast since 1905. Across the age spectrum, its staff has worked alongside resilient community members to share meals, partner together, and know its constituents’ hopes, fears, joys, and sorrows. Rooted in a history of compassionate service and mutual trust, the Mission seeks to strengthen coastal and island communities by educating youth, supporting families, and promoting good health. This nonprofit is doing that every day.

Isaac Marnik, EdGE Pro gram Director, asssists student on ropes course at Mission Downeast. Aboard the Sunbeam, a Mission staffer captures an Isle au Haut sunrise.

10 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me seven elementary schools. Ranging from 7th to 12th grade, teens can take part in Journey, a strength-based mentoring and youth empowerment program that has engaged over 53 students to date. The Mission also awards approximately 80 annual college scholarships.

The Mission’s food security program includes a pantry, meal deliveries, a student backpack program, and weekly dinners at the Weald Beth el Community Center housed at Mission Downeast. Abating hunger has taken center stage in the past two years. Between pantry visits and doorstep deliveries, 6,386 visits were counted. These boxes and bags of healthy home staples fed over 2,000 people across 784 households. With food donations made by Good Shepherd Food Bank, Folklore Farms, Walmart, and Shaw’s, the Mission distributed more than 65,000 pounds of produce, meat, and bread.

Maine Seacoast Mission welcomes volunteers interested in its work. To learn more, please visit https://seacoastmission.org/volunteer/

www.baysidegraphics.me Personal services We all need them from time to time ... maybe even every day! Whether you live here year-round, for the summer months, or if you are just visiting for a few hours, days or weeks, give these local businesses a chance to meet your needs. And be sure to let them know that you heard about them in the Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory! www.gfjcivilconsult.com 207.244.1200 12 Apple Lane, Unit #3, Southwest Harbor, ME 04679 Coastal, Commercial, Residential, and Recreational Development Design • Sewer and Water Supply Systems • Purchase and Sales Contingency Resolutions • Regulatory Permitting • Project Management • Pier and Wharf Permitting and Design • Site Planning www barharbor bank • 888 853 7100 Bar Harbor, Northeast Harbor, Somesville & Southwest Harbor Four locations on MDI! Member FDIC Equal Housing Lender MDI WEDDINGS ADAM J. BABBITT Notary Public State of Maine 860-428-2651 mdiweddings.com mdiweddings@gmail.com WEDDING PLANNER & OFFICIANT FOR DESTINATION WEDDINGS TRADITIONAL AND SAME-SEX WEDDINGS

12 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me Laundry Services with delivery (drop off and pick up) Residential and commercial Rental Consultation Property & Rental Management Professional Cleaning: Residential & Commercial Marine Cleaning • Carpet Cleaning Hard Floor Cleaningstone floors, ceramic floors, vinyl floors and more! Upholstery Cleaning Mattress Steam Cleaning 9am-5pm, Closed Sundays and Wednesdays Self serve coin-op, 24 207•244•8597hours 101-B Main Street • Southwest Harbor 43 Cottage Street, Bar Harbor | www.facebook.com/FriendsofAcadiawww.friendsofacadia.org800-625-0321Seeanewsideofthepark! Events and volunteer opportunities to help care for Acadia National Park while you’re here. Membership that keeps you connected to Acadia all year long. 10 Wayman Lane • 207.288.5081 Breast Health Center Bar Harbor • 288-8435 Cadillac Family Practice Bar Harbor • 288-5119 Community Dental Center SW Harbor • 244-2888 Community Health Center SW Harbor • 244-5630 Cooper Gilmore Health Center Bar Harbor • 288-5024 Lisa Stewart Women’s Health Center Bar Harbor • 288-8100 Trenton Health Center Trenton • 667-5899 Get the 511 Hop aboard a FREE Island Explorer bus for a day of 1-866-282-7578shoppingon-islandanddining.Call511or Located at the Hancock County - Bar Harbor Airport (207) 667-5017, Ext. 5 barharborme@hertz.com

www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 13 DrugCarrollStore Your Convenient & Friendly Hometown Drug Store • Prescriptions • Digital Photo Kiosk • Gifts • Yankee Candle • UPS Delivery in Southwest Harbor Area Eric Norberg, Registered www.carrolldrugstore.net244-5588Pharmacist 3 Village Green Way, Southwest Harbor Look for your copy of theHiking Map for the Westernside of MDI and Acadia National Park! You can find it at manylocal places of business ...and at the Southwest Harbor & Tremont Chamber office. LocaL Radio StationS WHCF 88.5 FM Bangor Cont. Christian WHSN 89.3 FM Bangor College WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill Variety WMEH 90.9 FM Bangor Public Radio WMEB 91.9 FM Orono College WEZQ 92.9 FM Bangor Sports WBQE 93.7 FM Milbridge Classical. WKSQ 94.5 FM Ellsworth Adult Cont. WWMJ 95.7 FM Ellsworth Classic Rock WNSX 97.7 FM Winter Hbr Classic Hits WBFE 99.1 FM Bar Hbr Country WJCX 99.5 FM Pittsfield Cont. Christian WKIT 100.3 FM Brewer Classic Rock WKVV 101.7 FM Searsport Cont. Christian WVOM103.9 FM Howland News Talk WBAK 104.7 FM Belfast Classic Hits WBYA 105.5 FM Islesboro Country WBZN 107.3 FM Old Town Top 40 WZON 620 AM Bangor Oldies WABK 910 AM Bangor Rock WBAN 1340 AM Veazie Adult Cont. WDEA 1370 AM Ellsworth Nostalgia INSURANCE 339 Main St., Southwest Harbor insure@lsrins.com (207) 244 -7246 Home • Auto • Marine • Life • Business • Health • Employee-owned LSR_BW_4.625x1.75_021821.qxp_Allen_LSR 2/18/21 8:35 PM Page 1

14 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me Northern Light Primary Care 32 Resort Way, Ellsworth 207.664.7751 45 Herrick Rd, Southwest Harbor 207.244.5513 (Call ahead) One of the highlights of Acadia National Park is the diversity of its landscape. The park includes mountains, an ocean shoreline, woodlands, and lakes. OPEN GARDEN ODAY The Garden Club of Mount Desert Saturday, July 30, 2022 10am - 4pm, Rain or Shine Tickets $45, or $40 in advance on our www.gardenclubofmountdesert.orgwebsite 100% of proceeds benefit Maine Horticultural and Environmental Organizations Bar CheesecakeHarborCompany 300 Main Street Bar Harbor, ME 04609 www.barharborcheesecakecompany.com We are the “Maine” course...where Cheesecake, Delicious Wines and Fine Chocolates collide! Charcuterie • Wine FineCheesecakeChocolates Sunday-Saturday,207-801-918411:11amto11:11pm

www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 15 area dininG “I don’t want to cook ... you either?” Hmmmm ... sound familiar? Sometimes that’s all it takes to make a decision to eat out! Other times it’s just because you’re visiting the area and have no way of cooking your meal. Check out the following pages (and the index) to find lots of options! And, if you ARE in the mood to cook, check out the recipes on the following pages. They are provided by our advertisers ... let them know you saw them in the Port Directory! 22 Claremont Rd, Southwest Harbor, ME | theclaremonthotel.com/dining207-244-5036 FUN IS ALWAYS ON THE MENU

THURSTON’S LOBSTER POUND Look for our yellow awning on Thurston Road in Bernard and enjoy lunch or dinner at our working wharf overlooking scenic Bass Harbor. Boiled Lobster - Mussels - Clams Chowders - Sandwiches Full Bar - 12 noon to 9 pm, Tuesday through Saturday244-7600 viSa/mC/diSC/ameX ESPRESSO • ICE CREAM BREAKFAST • LUNCH • EARLY DINNER 12 Village Green Way Southwest Harbor 607•280•0369 Bon Appetit!

16 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me Ruth MooRe’s spicey toMato Juice 4 quarts cut up tomatoes 1/4 cup sugar 4 onions, chopped 1 tsp. pepper 2 cups celery, chopped 8 whole cloves 2 Tbsp. salt 2 cups water Cook slowly until tender. Put through food mill. Then add: 1/4 cup lemon juice 2 tsp. horseradish (opt.) 1/4 cup vinegar 2 tsp. Worcestershire Put in jars and process 30 minutes in boiling water bath. Makes 9 pints. This recipe came originally from Jan Southard and Ed Kent, who operated the Latty Cove cab ins in West Tremont in the 1950s. They passed it on to Ruth Moore, who passed it on to her sister Esther Moore Trask, who passed it on to daughter Muriel Trask Davisson.

John MacDuffie, Tremont Historical Society

www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 17 Quietside Cafe & Ice Cream Shop More than just an ice cream shop! Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Seafood Dinners • Lobster Rolls Lobster Stew • Salads Pizza • Burgers • Specialty Sandwiches And Blueberry Pie (and other desserts) that will satisfy even the most discerning pie connoisseur! 244-9444 Indoor & Outdoor dining • Hours change seasonally 11 Seal Cove Road • Southwest Harbor 207.266.0033 FioRe Mango WateRMelon sangRia Serves 4-6 1/4 seedless watermelon 1 fresh mango (or frozen mango chunks) 1 bottle Chardonnay or Pinot Grigio 1/2 cup orange or watermelon liqueur (like Grand Marnier or Watermelon Pucker) 1/2 cup FIORE Italian Mango Balsamic Club Soda (or flavored club soda) Garnish: Watermelon wedges Mango Quarterwedgesandpeel the watermelon into man ageable chunks (reserving some for garnish wedges) and puree in a food processor. Do the same with the mango chunks. Pour the puree into a large pitcher and stir in the wine, liqueur, balsamic and club soda. Stir to combine. Serve sangria by pouring into ice-filled cups, garnished with watermelon and mango wedges. Nancy O’Brien, FIORE Olive Oils & Vinegars

1/2 lemon salt & pepper Toast bagel and start frying up the bacon. When bacon is fully cooked, set aside on a paper towel. Save pan & bacon fat for later.

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18 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me Fresh freshlyingredients,baked! Pies, cookies, cakes, bread, pastries, bagels, daily soups, sandwiches, coffee, snacks and more! 122 Cottage St • Bar Harbor, ME • (207) 801-9191 • mountdessertbakery.com

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Squeeze lemon on top while cooking and when lobster is piping hot, add to your Cracksandwich.anegg in the same hot pan and sea son with salt. When the whites are mostly cooked through, flip. Season with pepper and let cook for just about 30 seconds to a minute. We’re looking for a runny yolk so don’t let it sit too long. Add egg and on top of your breakfast sandwich masterpiece and voila!

pre-cooked lobster meat for 1

Spread mayonnaise on one half of toasted bagel and garlic mustard aioli on the other. Add sliced tomato on bottom half, season with salt and pepper. Layer bacon on top. Add chopped lobster meat to the pan and cook in the bacon fat on medium heat.

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Agency The Nor'Easter Pound & Market is your locally owned lobster pound, full bar, and specialty seafood market. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner from our harbor view deck or spacious dining room. Even your friendly dogs are welcome to join you!

Submitted Danielle Davis, Davis

Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 19 ...at night Open Year Round . Serving Dinner 5:30 - 9:00 14 Clark Point Rd . Southwest Harbor, ME 207-244-0476 . reservations encouraged www.redskyrestaurant.com 10 min. walk from Dysart’s Marina & Upper Town Pier American Fine Dining ◆ Cocktails Call for current hours At the Asticou Inn, everything is designed to help you step back in time and escape from it all. Take in the breathtaking views of Northeast Harbor, experience our locally sourced chef-driven menu, famous popovers,and enjoy

Baked haddock skin Other a with a little oil on the bottom of the Arrange thinly tomatoes on and around the fish. Sprinkle with thyme, salt, pepper parsley to Drizzle olive oil (about 2 tsp.) on fish and vegetables. Cover with foil and bake at 375˚ until fish is not quite cooked through. Remove foil and bake a few more thicker slices of potatoes used, want to par-boil them first.

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NOR'EASTER POUND & MARKET 10 Huntington Road Northeast Harbor, ME 207-276-8035 SCAN FOR WEBSITE & MENU WWW NORTHEASTLOBSTER COM C o o k i n ' U p A S t o r m !

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Town Docks: These are located on the Manset (SWly) shore, and two on the NNEly shore. The lower town dock is just North of the Coast Guard Base and Beal’s Wharf. The upper town dock is located in the NNEly upper corner of the Harbor. Tie-up times are clearly marked on the floats and the harbormaster asks that you please observe them. Any questions or problems, please call him.

20 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me southWest harbor GPs coordinates: latitude 44.279722; lonGitude -68.325 Harbormaster: 207-244-7913, May 1-Oct. 15; VHF Channel 09 or 207-244-5404 the rest of the year Harbor Rules & Regulations

Speed Limit: The harbor speed limit is 5 knots. The speed limit has been extended to include the waters between Clark Point & Greening Island (see diagram). Please watch your wake!

Fuel, Ice & Water: Are available at Hinckley’s on the Western side of the Harbor and at Beal’s Wharf on the Eastern side adjacent to the Coast Guard Base, and at Southwest Lobster’s docks further up the Harbor. Max. Speed 5 mph June, Jul y, August ClarkPoint GreeningIslandKing’sPoint N bSWInnerHarorMarina Harbormaster Coast Guard

Town Rental Moorings: Are available. Please call and the harbormaster will direct you to one. Also, rental moor ings may be available through other marine services in the Harbor. The harbormaster can refer you to them. Slip space is available at Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina. Call them on Channel 9 VHF or on your phone at 207-244-0117.

www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 21 marine and harbor The Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory is a useful guide and resource for boaters of every skill level and interest, visitors, and residents of Mount Desert Island. Packed with current schedules, harbor information, rates and itineraries, it provides the most up-to-date information for business or pleasure. Bring a Port Directory with you on your next adventure! And remember to let them know that you saw their ad in the Port Directory! – Since 1982 –1/2 MILE OFF ROUTE 3 • NORWAY DRIVE IN SALISBURY COVE WEBSITE: www.bowdenmarine.com EMAIL: info@bowdenmarine.com PHONE: 207-288-5247 • FAX: 207-288-5277 OPEN: Mon. to Fri. 8–5; Sat. 9–12 The Unsinkable Legend ~ 11 to 42 feet ourCelebrating40thyear!

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ELECTRA is a 94’ fully custom Lyman-Morse luxury yacht. She is in outstanding condition and has been professionally maintained and managed by the family’s captain since her initial launch in 2005. With a replacement cost of over $18,000,000, ELECTRA is a terrific alternative to building new and comes without the wait. She offers the benefits of a proven design, cruising history and turn-key availability. With a cruising speed of 25 kts and top speed of 31 kts, just imagine the adventures that await! Offered at $6,000,000. Contact listing Broker Eric Roos at 207.266.2399 eroos@lymanmorse.com

www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 23 Eric Roos, Broker 112B Main Street, Northeast Harbor +1 207.266.2399 | www.lymanmorse.com | info@lymanmorse.com BOATBUILDING | SERVICE | BROKERAGE | MARINA | FABRICATION | TECHNOLOGIES NEW AND PRE-OWNED YACHT BROKERAGE IN NORTHEAST HARBOR

24 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me Photo Courtesy of Christina Boucher To conserve space, we are only showing the sunrise and sunset as of the 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd of each month. For accurate daily information, check online at me.usharbors.com/monthly-tides/Maine-Downeast June July August September October Rise Set Rise Set Rise Set Rise Set Rise Set 1 4:49 8:11 4:50 8:22 5:18 7:59 5:54 7:11 6:29 6:15 8 4:46 8:16 4:55 8:20 5:26 7:50 6:02 6:58 6:37 6:02 15 4:46 8:20 5:01 8:16 5:34 7:39 6:10 6:45 6:46 5:50 22 4:47 8:22 5:07 8:10 5:42 7:28 6:18 6:32 6:55 5:38 WEATHER INFORMATION MARINE & INLAND FORECASTS – RADIO BROADCASTS MARINE: WDEA 1370 AM (Ellsworth) broadcasts marine weather every half hour. INLAND: WWMJ 95.7 FM (Ellsworth) broadcasts local weather at approximately 20 and 50 minutes past the hour, with more frequent updates between 5 and 9 am. INLAND & MARINE: WBKA 107.7 FM (MDI) broadcasts local and marine weath er at 10 and 20 minutes past the hour and 10 and 20 minutes before the hour. A special broadcast from the top of Cadillac Mountain at 8:30 am, and lobstermen calling in weather from the water at 7:20 am. WEATHER PHONE: WDEA 1370 AM provides this service. Call 207-667-8910. NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: Continuous report can be reached in Caribou at 207-492-0170. www.jwboatco.com207.244.7854 FULL SERVICE YARD CUSTOM BOAT BUILDING YACHT BROKERAGE

www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 25 Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina To shops on Pier and Apple Lane Dysart’s Diesel Fuel & Gas Little Notch Bakery & Cafe Maine Point Embroidery Upper Deck Restaurant West Marine ~ DAILY RATES ~ 2022 - SummerWater Included Power Usage Extra May to October Under 50’ $3.80 50’ to 64’ $4.07 65’ to 100’ $4.57 Over 100’ $5.50 ~ Power Rates ~ 30 amp $19 50 amp $29 100 amp $67 3 phase $102 - Season RatesMay to October Per Foot Under 50’ $145 50’ to 64’ $170 65 to 100’ $193 Over 100’......$220 $4,500 seasonal mini mum fixed slip rate West Marine • Maine Point Embroidery • Hinckley Yacht Services Little Notch Bakery Café • Upper Deck Seafood Restaurant Mail and Shipping • Alongside Floating Docks • Provisioning Marine Diesel/Ethanol Free Gas • Inside/Outside Storage • Shore Side Accommodations

26 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me SouthweSt harbor & tremont Chamber of CommerCe member LiSting Museums & Cultural Organizations Acadia Repertory Theatre 207-244-7260 The Barn Arts Collective 207-412-9435 Camp Capella 207-843-5104 Charlotte Rhoades Park and Butterfly Garden 207-266-6047 Great Cranberry Island Historical Society 207-244-7800 The Maine Granite Industry Historical Society 207-244-7299 MDI Historical Society 207-276-9323 Seal Cove Auto Museum 207-244-9242 SouthwestCongregationalHarborChurch 207-244-4300 SouthwestHistoricalHarborSociety 207-244-8063 Tremont Historical Society 207-244-9753 Wendell Gilley Museum 207-244-7555 Nature & the Environment A Climate to Thrive 207-370-5762 AcadiaSightseeingMindfulness Adventures 207-801-1107 Action Tour Guide 508-801-0856 Atlantic Brewing Company 207-288-2337 Bar Harbor Cellars 207-288-3907 Beal & Bunker Ferry Service 207-244-3575 Cranberry Cove Ferry 207-244-5882 Downeast Sailing Adventures 207-288-2216 Downeast Scenic Railroad 866-449-7245 Downeast Windjammer Cruises 207-546-2927 Energy Elements 207-963-9061 Island Cruises 207-244-5785 Lobster Boat Cruises/ Sail Acadia 207-266-5210 Swan’s Island Charters 207-479-6450 AcadiaSportsFishing Tours 207-244-5385 Causeway Club Golf Course 207-244-7220 Downeast Nature Tours 207-288-8128 Maine State Sea Kayak 207-244-9500 MDI Community Sailing Center 207-244-7905 National Park Sea Kayak Tours 800-347-0940 Full-Service Restaurants Cafe Drydock 207-244-5842 Cafe 2 / Eat-A-Pita 207-266-0033 Little Fern 800-244-5036 Red Sky Restaurant 207-244-0476 Casual Dining Archie’s Lobster 207-460-4464 Beal’s Lobster Pier 207-244-3202 Fogtown Brewing Company 207-370-0845 Thurston’s Lobster Pound 207-244-7600 Ann’sB&BsPoint Inn 207-244-9595 Harbour Cottage Inn B&B 207-244-5738 Kingsleigh Inn 207-244-5302 The Lodge-ings 207-244-0340 Coastal Cottages Ann’s Point Cottages 207-266-5425 Harbor Oasis 207-244-0494 Harbor View Motel and Cottages 207-244-5031 Moorings Inn Waterfront and Cottages 207-244-5523 Island-Interior Cottages Acadia Cottages 207-244-5388 Hutchins Cottages at Acadia 207-244-9687 TheInns/Hotels/MotelsClaremontHotel 800-244-5036 Drydock Inn 207-244-5842 Harbor Ridge Resort 207-244-7000 Harbor View Motel and Cottages 207-244-5031 Moorings Inn Waterfront and Cottages 207-244-5523 Seawall Motel 800-248-9250 Medical Facilities Mount Desert Island Hospital 207-288-5081 Mount Desert Island Hospital Community Health Center 207-244-5630 Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital 207-664-5311 Northern Light Primary Care 207-244-5513 Activity Rentals Acadia Bike & Coastal Kayaking Tours 207-288-9605 Island Time Ebike Rentals 207-779-4665 Mansell Boat Rentals & Charters 207-244-5625 Southwest Cycle 207-244-5856 Carisa’sSalons Salon 207-288-9444

www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 27 329AcadiaChamber.com207-244-9264info@acadiachamber.comMainStreet•SouthwestHarbor Home, Boat & Auto Bowden Marine Service 207-288-5247 Coastal Builders & Sons 207-664-0506 Dead River Company 207-244-4681 Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina 207-244-0117 Eastern Maine Recycling 207-244-9033 G.F. Johnston & Associates 207-244-1200 The Hinckley Company 207-244-5531 Mount Desert Spring Water 800-660-5363 AcadiaHealth/WellnessFamilyCenter 207-244-4012 At Home MDI 207-374-5852 Harbor House Main Street 207-244-3713 Harbor House Fitness Center 207-244-9555 Harbor House Children’s Ctr. 207-244-9824 Healthy Acadia 207-288-5331 YWCA of Mount Desert Island 207-288-5008 Campgrounds & RV Parks Quietside Campground 207-244-0566 Seawall Campground in Acadia National Park 207-244-3600 Smuggler’s Den 207-244-3944 AcadiaServicesPublishing Co. 207-288-9025 Acadia Vendors Market 207-266-7560 Around the Sound Catering 207-412-3046 Bayside Graphics 207-664-9946 Compusult, Inc. 207-888-2647 Discover Maine Magazine 207-874-7720 Discovery Maps 207-244-0400 EZ to Use Big Book 207-974-3171 First Express 207-288-5885 Island Connections 207-288-4457 Maine Solar Choices 603-722-9701 Royal Promotions 207-244-7669 travel Maine 207-713-7533 LiquorMarketsLocker Inc. 207-244-3788 Sawyer’s Specialties 207-244-3317 BarFinance/InsuranceHarborBankandTrust 888-853-7100 First National Bank 800-564-3195 L. S. Robinson Insurance 207-244-7246 News Media Mount Desert Islander 207-288-0556 TownSquare Media Bangor 207-989-5631 WNSX 97.7 207-667-0002 Service NorumbegaRentalsMoving & Storage 888-244-7295 Wallace Events 207-667-6000 Real Estate Agencies Acadia Cornerstone Real Estate 207-288-3773 Better Homes and Gardens The Masiello Group 207-942-6711 The Davis Agency 207-244-3891 Dunbar Real Estate 207-244-3339 Island Housing Trust 207-244-8011 The Knowles Company 207-276-3322 L.S. Robinson Real Estate & Vacation Rentals 207-244-5563 Quietside Realty 207-479-3371 Retail Stores Acadia Quietside Shop 207-244-8308 Carroll Drug Store 207-244-5588 FIORE Olive Oils & Vinegars 207-801-2580 McEachern and Hutchins 207-244-7243 Quilt ‘n’ Fabric 207-244-1233 Galleries & Studios ArtWaves 207-266-0010 Clark Point Gallery 207-244-0920 Island Arts Association 207-412-9999 Southwest Harbor Artisans 207-244-5107 TownMunicipalitiesofCranberry Isles 207-244-4475 Town of Southwest Harbor 207-244-5404 Town of Tremont 207-244-7204

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The following advertisers may be found on the Cranberry Isles: Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry Cranberry Cove Boating Co.

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You can visit Great Cranberry and Little Cranberry Island on the same ticket when using the ferries. They carry only passengers, pets, and small freight, such as bicycles. Accommoda tions for larger vehicles are through barge rental only.

Yes, there are cranberries on the Cranberry Isles. They are smaller than store-bought berries. These inch tall plants grow wild berries that are the size of peas and grow on dry ground versus bogs. The islands are only accessible by boat. A mail boat, tour boats, water taxis and ferries from Northeast Harbor, Southwest Harbor, and Manset make regular trips to these two islands.

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34 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me The following advertisers may be found in Bar Harbor, Otter Creek, Town Hill, Trenton and Ellsworth: • Acadia Fuel • Acadia Repertory Theatre • Argosy Gallery • Atlantic Brewing • Bar Harbor Bank & Trust • Bar Harbor Cheesecake Company • Bay Ferries/The CAT • Bowden Marine • Bar Harbor Ferry Co. • Downeast Windjammer Cruises • Edwards Brothers • Fabricate • FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars bar harbor • First National Bank • Friends of Acadia • Hertz • House Wine • Island Artisans • Luxury Picnics Acadia • Mount Desert Island Hospital • Mount Dessert Bakery • Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital • Oli’s Trolley • Peekytoe Provisions • Pirate’s Cove • Richard Parks Furniture Gallery • Volta Chamb. of Commerce INFO CTR WEST STREET COTTAGEMTSTREET.DESERTST MAINSTREET LEDGELAWNAVENUE SCHOOLSTPARK ST HIGHKENNEBECSTSTROBERTSAVEHOLLANDAVESPRINGSTREETASHPLSHANNON RD GLENMARYRD THESTEPHENSFIELD LN ALBERTDERBYMEADOWLNATLANTICAVEHANCOCKSTSTANWOODWAYMAN LN LIVINGSTON RD BARBERRYLNCENTER ST OLIVER STNEWT2EDGEWOODndSOUTH1stSOUTHON ASHST PLEASANT NEWPORTRODICK ST KEBOSTREET CROMWELL HARBOR RD Town Pier EAGLE LAKE RD EDENSTREET SBRIDGET. SMAPLET. Athletic Fields RV Parking ShorePath , MDI EmergencWHospitalalkInyCare 288-5081 O4609 VillageGreen MuseumAbbe CromwellCove CompassHarbor © 1994 to 2022 — Christina Boucher, Bayside Graphics. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 3 233 3 Kebo Valley Golf Course BREWERMYRTLEBOWLES JORDANSUMMER MICHIGAN KAVANAUGHCEDARWESCOTTGREELEYWALDRONSHANNONRD. LANEELBOWGRASONLN

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The Cranberry Cove Ferry departs from the BEAL’S LOBSTER PIER at 182 Clark Point Road in Southwest Harbor. The ferry then stops at the Manset Dock owned by Cranberry Isles (C.I. dock), before departing for the Cranberry Isles. Below is the schedule for July and August. Please note that the departure times in spring and fall change to 7:15 am; 10:15 am; 1:15 pm and 4:15 pm from the Beal’s Lobster Pier. Call 207-546-2927 for more information.

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Leave Islesford Lobster Pier (C.I. Dock) Cranberry Island Little Cranberry Swan’s Island Ferry — Service to Frenchboro, Long Island — 8.25 Miles, 50 Min. Wednesdays –Leaving–Bass Harbor Frenchboro 9:00 am 10:00 am 2:00 pm * 3:00 pm * *1st and 3rd Wednesdays only Thursdays –Leaving–Bass Harbor 9:00 am Frenchboro 10:00 am Fridays: Passenger-only vessel 4/2 thru –Leaving–10/29 Bass Harbor Frenchboro 8:15 am 9:00 am 5:15 pm 6:00 pm –Leaving–November Bass Harbor Frenchboro 8:00 am 9:00 am 4:15 pm 5:00 pm Sundays –Leaving–Bass Harbor 9:45 am Frenchboro 10:30 am ONE WAY AVAILABLETICKETS November through April May through October

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You will start out on the Long Pond Trail, walk behind and to the left of the Pumping Station, walk along the pond for 0.2 miles until you see the trailhead for Perpendicular Trail on the left.

There are many trails on this moun tain range, and my favorite, although I have a love/hate relationship with it, is Perpendicular. Mansell and Bernard are not known for their fabulous views, but instead are known for their fantastic trails and stonework.

There is only one trail that you can do to reach the peak of Mansell, and that trail is... The Perpendicular Trail, aka; The StairMaster from Hell. Please note: the Perpendicular Trail is NOT pet friendly.

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Navigating the trails in this area can be tricky, make sure you pick up an Acadia National Park hiking map! Known as the “quietside” of the island, you won’t cross paths with too many fellow hikers while out on the trails winding through this mountain range.

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All photos in this article, as well as the article itself, are courtesy of Katie Dyer

Western Mountain Mansell (949ft) and Bernard (1,071ft), along with three nubbles, make up Western Mountain Trailhead Directions: Driving into Southwest Harbor from Somesville, take the Seal Cove Road on the right. In just over half a mile turn right onto Long Pond Road and drive all the way to the end. The parking lot is small, make sure to grab a spot early in the morning, or later in the afternoon.

Although the trail doesn’t actually go straight up the side of the mountain, as the name sug gests, it is still quite strenuous. Steep stones stairs make their way up and around a boulder field. Each steep section is followed by a pleasant, level trail along the cliffs.

Hiking Distance: 4.6 miles, Challenging

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The Perpendicular trail is 1 mile long to the summit of Mansell, and is an excellent example of the hard work and craftsmanship that went into building the trails of Acadia. With over 1,000 man made stone steps, and an overlook of Long Pond and beyond, this portion of the hike will take your breath away! Eventually, the trail leads to a little stream. It crisscrosses the water a few times before veering off further up the mountainside. FYI, the stairs are never over. The steepness of this trail offers a very good excuse for the hiker to slow down and really take in the surrounding wonders of nature in the area. For instance, we spotted this unusual tree arched over the trail like a canopy... a spotty one at Atthat!about the 0.8 mile mark there will be a sign for an overlook. Take your time in this spot, it’s the best view you’re going to get on Mansell. But, a wonderful view it is. Make sure you walk back to the trail you came off of. Continue another 0.2 mile to the summit, and continue hiking in the same direction to reach the summit of Bernard. Onward to Bernard! It’s a quick descent down to the Razorback Trail, through the evergreen and spruce forest. I love when the forest is so dense, that any beam of sunlight through the trees makes its presence clearly known.

Seen from the trail going to the Bernard Summit ~ always keep your eyes peeled!

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After a quick scramble up to the top of the razor back granite ridge, you’ll pop out of the trees for a short distance. This is where navigating can get tricky. There are multiple nubs and stubs, as I call them, between the summits of Mansell and Bernard; Great Notch, Knight Nubble, and Little Notch. All three make the hiking trail more adventurous and uncertain at the same time. From the Little Notch summit sign you will be 0.2 mile from the Bernard summit. This last stretch is a doozy! Continue walking past the summit sign along the Bernard Mount Trail for 0.5 mile, and make sure to continue on that same trail for another 1.0 mile. This is another spot where navigating can be tricky. Bernard Mountain Trail will bring you to a small, gravel parking area called Mill Field. Walk out on the gravel road and take an immedi ate left up to the Gilley Trail trailhead. In 0.3 mile you will come to Gilley Field parking area and continue on the Cold Brook Trail for 0.4 mile back to the Long Pond Pumping Station. Whew!

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In 1761, one of the two earliest settlements on Mount Desert Island (MDI) was around the shores of Bass Harbor in Tremont. The town of Mount Desert, which included all of Mount Desert Island, was incorporated in 1789. The area which is nowTremont composed its western half. The Town of Tremont was incorporated in 1848 which included South west Harbor. The only other towns on Mount Desert Island at the time were Mount Desert and Eden (later Bar Harbor).

While initially the town of Mansell (named for Robert Manselle, one of the patentees of Mount Desert in the 1620 grant from James 1st to the Coun cil of New England), the town was renamed Tremont at the request of the townspeople. The name Tremont is thought to derive from the three moun tain peaks in the area – Bernard, Mansell, and Beech. Original boundaries enclosed about 42 square miles, nearly one third of MDI. Southwest Harbor separated from Tremont in 1905, becoming the fouth town of Mount Desert Island. Southwest Harbor includes the community of Manset, while Tremont is comprised of Seal Cove, Bernard, Bass Harbor and West Tremont.

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The EXPLORER BUS system is a marvelous FREE service that cov ers all points of the Island’s com pass with propane-powered, environmentally clean transportation to hiking trails, carriage roads, island beaches, and in town shopping. You can leave your car at home and visit all parts of Mount Desert Island bringing your bikes, groceries and shopping bags along with you. The buses provide stops all along the traveled ways and offer a relaxed and pleasant excursion. The Island Explorer can provide a truly car-free vacation experience on Maine’s most beautiful and popular island and you are protecting the air and nature of the Island for our future visitors and offspring. Be sure to pick up a current map!

The Oldest Remaining Hotels on Mount Desert Island

When was Mount Desert Island really “discovered”? Was it in 1604 when Samuel de Champlain was exploring the coast of Maine, saw this beautiful island with a range of mountains that were bare at their summits, causing him to exclaim “Je l’ai nom mée l’isle des Monts-deserts.” Or “I name this the island of bare wilderness peaks.”

After Captain Jesse Pease made his last cargo run of sugar and molasses from Portland, Maine to New York in 1883, he commissioned a contractor to construct the hotel he’d always dreamed of Therunning.Claremont Hotel opened the following year and quickly became a popular destination for wealthy families from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts to escape the summer heat.

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Perched on a hillside with a commanding, panoramic view of the ship-friendly waters of Somes Sound, it’s no surprise that the magnificent location for The Claremont Hotel was chosen by a retired sea captain.

Or was it much earlier (deep shell heaps date back 6000 years) by the American Indi ans? The Wabanaki Indians knew Mount Desert Island as Pemetic, “the sloping land.”

Or was it the mid-19th century artists and journalists visiting the area? They took back paintings and descriptions so compelling that Mount Desert Island, with the “scent of the fragrant pines, the tang of the salty sea” (taken from the State of Maine Song) became THE destination place for a much broader group of visitors from the cities of the northeast.

Photos in this article, unless otherwise indicted, are provided by, and copywritten to, The Claremont Cont’d. on p. 44 The Claremont, 1880s View of the hotel from the water, 1938

These visitors became known as the “Rusticators” … the summer visitors who willingly gave up their luxurious city homes for the more “rustic” life on the island.

A small tourist industry began to spring up, with Island residents taking in boarders for several weeks, even the whole summer season. And that is where the two oldest remaining hotels, the Asticou Inn in Northeast Harbor and The Claremont in South west Harbor, on Mount Desert Island got their start. For information on The Asticou Inn, pick up a copy of the Northeast Harbor Port Directory and Chamber Guide, or go to baysidegraphics.me and click on the link to view the virtual directory.

www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 43 Places to stay There are so many places to stay in the area, yet it seems much of the summer we are full to overflowing! Plan ahead for your next visit to “paradise in the northeast” and be sure to check in with one of these advertisers to meet your lodging needs! HUTCHINSCOTTAGESATACADIA.COM ★ Celebrating over 50 Years 207.244.9687 Several will also meet your real estate needs. Let them help you find that new home or rental property ... or assist with the sale of your current property!

In the second year, a guest from Phil adelphia came … Xanthus Smith.*

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In the Claremont’s first year, and until the automobile’s arrival on Mount Desert Island 30 years later, a summer day’s recreation was a gentle series of politely paced outdoor activities during those superb mornings and afternoons and gentle doings like hymn singing and reading aloud on quiet evenings. For their two dollars a day, Claremont guests were given much more than lodging. Breakfast, lunch and dinner were included, and guests who planned a day hiking or canoeing could ask to have the lunches packed for them in picnic hampers.

Xanthus was a well known land scape artist who, like so many of his contemporaries had discovered the joys of summers on the Maine coast. And to help finance those travels, he would sometimes offer to barter a painting for a few nights lodging. His was a working vacation and when he checked into the Claremont, he was nearing the end of a summer of painting that had taken him from Prouts Neck in southern Maine up to Southwest Harbor. The Claremont portrait was one of the paintings that helped build the artist a na tional reputation. For years, the original artwork hung in the dining room, but it is no longer shown on the property.

When Captain Pease passed away in 1901, his wife Grace took over as owner and manager before selling the hotel to Dr. Joseph D. Phillips in 1908. Grace stayed on as manager until her death in 1917, at which point Dr. Phillips assumed * Then, as now, the surname Smith was quite commonplace. According to his mother, that is why Xanthus was christened with a name from ancient Greece. People could forget Smith, but they would remember Xanthus.

On Allen McCue’s agenda was to have the best croquet court on Mount Desert Island; and starting in 1971, he worked hard to attain just that! A minor project in the fall was the leveling of some ground between the hotel and the Phillips cottage. This was seeded on September 21,22 and 23; and, as Allen reported in a letter, the seed was eaten by the birds on September 24, 25 and 26. While this was resolved, he jokingly would say that “the most signifi cant project” was the croquet weeding, there was quite an element of truth in the after those birds did a job on the court’s initial seeding, the first Claremont Croquet Classic was played to a finish on Labor Day weekend, 1976.

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Allen then applied to the United States Croquet Association (USCA) for the Claremont’s membership and the appropriate USCA sanctions for the tournament. After a year or so of consideration, the USCA did approve and the Claremont Croquet Classic became the only such officially sanctioned tournament in Maine.

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So while a new era is beginning at The Claremont Hotel, they believe that attention to detail, commit ment to excellence, and passion for creating unforgettable hospitality experiences will be a lasting tribute to every owner who came before.

Compiled from publisher’s knowledge, numerous websites, and with excerpts taken directly from Summer Hotel – The Claremont Story, with permission from the management as well as the history found on the website. For more information about the fascinating history, it is suggested to get a copy of Summer Hotel — The Claremont Story, 1884-1994. If you are not fortunate enough to already be a guest there, you can contact the Claremont at 207-244-5036.

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43-year run for the tournament. There are thoughts for the future of bringing the tournament back potentially in another capacity, but there are no dates or details at this time.

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In the late 1980s, the McCue’s transferred ownership of The Claremont Hotel to their son Bill who was already busy running a successful law practice in Portland.

When the next generation of McCues decided to pursue other interests, Bill real ized it was time for a change. In September, 2020 he sold The Claremont Hotel to Tim Harrington, the creative hospitality leader behind the revitalization of several historic properties in Kennebunkport including The Tides Beach Club, Hidden Pond, and Cape Arundel Inn and Resort.

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To ensure the hotel had an experienced, hands-on manager, Bill turned to the young man who first started working at The Claremont as a teenager to be his General Manager. That young man was Jay Madeira who, along with his two broth ers and two sisters, formed an extraordinary hospitality team the McCue family depended on for the next forty years and whom guests adored.

Bear Brook – Open seasonally, 35 sites, 30 AlongfireplacesParkLoop Road, just beyond Sieur de Monts Spring turnoff 1 accessible site and restroom

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Only picnic area with covered picnic table

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Accessible sites and restroom Schoodic Peninsula Frazer Point – Open year round, 26 sites, 22 fireplaces

There are six picnic areas in Acadia National Park: five on Mount Desert Island and one in Schoodic.

Located off Route 3 (southbound) just before crossing over onto Mount Desert Island 1 accessible site and restroom

Located off Route 186 on Schoodic Peninsula 1 accessible site and restroom Picnicking Rules & Regulations

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• The use of personal gas grills are permitted.

Located off Route 102A, opposite the Seawall Campground entrance

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Thompson Island – Open seasonally, 46 sites, 44 fireplaces

Located past Otter Point on Park Loop Road

Located off Route 102 between Somesville and Seal Cove

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Luxury Picnics Acadia • Back to Basics • The First Date • The Proposal Package • Luxurious Events Picnic hello@luxurypicnicsacadia.com207-479-7127Packages:

• Any organized groups of over 30 people need a permit (this includes school groups) to picnic at any of the park’s picnic areas. Go to https://www.nps.gov/ acad/planyourvisit/eating.htm for more information.

Picnicking is also permitted park-wide, except in campgrounds where it is prohib ited without a camping permit.

Seawall – Open year round, 14 sites, 12 fireplaces

Pretty Marsh – Open seasonally, 11 sites, 8 fireplaces

Fabbri – Open year round, 23 sites and fireplaces

The park’s picnic areas are first-come, first-serve and cannot be reserved.

• Picnicking is prohibited in campgrounds without a camping permit and only registered campers can picnic in the park’s campgrounds.

• Contained charcoal and wood fires are allowed only in campgrounds and in designated picnic areas within park-provided receptacles or in private grills. Fires must be contained within the grills provided or within private grills where no ground scorching occurs.

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The Society holds an outstanding collection extending from Bar Harbor’s 1796 Incor poration through the Gilded Era to the present. (207) 288-0000 or (207) 288-3807 barharborhistorical.org

Great Cranberry Island Museum, gardens, public trail, historic tiny cabin and cafe are open every day, 10-4, call ahead. A different display every year, plus Rachel Field’s Hitty. (207) 244-7800 gcihs.org the great harbor maritime muSeum Located in the Old Firehouse, Northeast Harbor

The museum explores and celebrates local maritime history and promotes educa tional activities on the ocean. (207) 276-5262 greatharbormaritimemuseum.org

abbe muSeum Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor

The museum celebrates Maine’s Native American heritage. A permanent exhibition, Wabanaki: People of the Dawn, as well as changing exhibitions and educational programs. (207) 288-3519 abbemuseum.org

Old tools, furniture, household goods and local memorabilia are on exhibit in the Museum. Programs and other special events are offered. Library and craft shop. (207) 334-2924 frenchboro.lib.me.us george b. dorr muSeum of naturaL hiStory College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor

abbe muSeum at Sieur de montS SpringS Located in Acadia National Park off Rt. 3 A visit to the original Abbe Museum is a step back in time. Featuring exhibits on the archeology of Maine and the history of the museum. (207) 288-3519 abbemuseum.org bar harbor hiStoriCaL SoCiety 127 West Street, Bar Harbor

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The museum features dioramas of coastal Maine wildlife and a tide pool tank that houses a variety of live sea stars, hermit crabs, snails and other marine creatures. Visitors of all ages can touch, smell, listen and create while learning about the natu ral history of Maine. (207) 288-5395 coa.edu/nhm great Cranberry iSLand hiStoriCaL muSeum

The museum’s exhibits explore life in the Town of Cranberry Isles during the 19th century when schooners were the mode of transportation and oceans were the highways. (207) 288-8729 nps.gov/acad/planyourvisit/islesford-historical-museum

SeaL Cove auto muSeum Rt. 102, 1414 Tremont Road, Tremont America’s premier collection of “Brass Era” automobiles. Car enthusiasts, as well as those who simply enjoy stories from the past, will delight in the beau ty, mystery and romance of this unique museum. Open daily 10am to 5pm, May 1 through October 31. (207) sealcoveautomuseum.org244-9242

Islesford Dedicated to researching and publishing the history of the Cranberry Isles. (207) 244-7893 cranberryisles.com/little/histsoc.html

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The largest collection of tools, photos, granite and books concerning an industry which built our nation’s historic buildings, bridges and fortifications all over the United States. (207) 244-0175 mainegraniteindustry.org

iSLeSford hiStoriCaL SoCiety

Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 49 iSLeSford hiStoriCaL muSeum Little Cranberry Island

mdi hiStoriCaL SoCiety’S SomeSviLLe muSeum & gardenS Route 102, Somesville New exhibits featuring Mount Desert Island history topics are installed each summer. The Selectmen’s building, picturesque bridge and the heirloom garden are in the center of the village. Open late June through Labor Day. Thursday through Monday, 10am-4pm. (207) 276-9323 mdihistory.org

neh Library arChiveS Official repository for records of the Town of Mount Desert. (207) 276-3333 nehlibrary.org

otter Creek hiStoriCaL SoCiety & muSeum

the maine granite induStry hiStoriCaL SoCiety 62 Beech Hill Cross Road, Mount Desert

Historical information pertaining to Otter Creek. (207) 288-2873

Located in Acadia National Park off Rt. 3 Explore the plant and animal life of the park. Discover how its diverse resources are managed by park scientists. (207) 288-3338 nps.gov

Sieur de montS SpringS nature Center

tremont hiStoriCaL SoCiety and Country Store muSeum 4 Granville Road, Bass Harbor (Across from Seafood Ketch) A 19th Century Country Store, with displays of local, historic artifacts and photo graphs; genealogical material available. Research room open by appointment. Open 1-4, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, July to Columbus Day, or call for appointment. (207) 244-9753 tremontmainehistory.us wendeLL giLLey muSeum 4 Herrick Road, Southwest Harbor Discover where art and nature meet in Maine. The Gilley Museum’s diverse collec tion of over 200 bird carvings, touring art exhibits, and hands-on programs delight visitors of all ages. Carving workshops available throughout the year. Open year round; call for hours. (207) 244-7555 wendellgilleymuseum.org

Dedicated to preserving the history of Southwest Harbor through publications, dis plays and monthly programs which are held at Harbor House on the third Wednes day, May through October at 7 P.M. swhhs.org

Please check the following for events that are happening while you are in the area! https://mtdesertchamber.org/events-calendarhttps://www.visitbarharbor.com/eventshttps://acadiachamber.com/events

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SwanS iSLand LobSter & marine muSeum

SouthweSt harbor hiStoriCaL SoCiety Harbor House, Southwest Harbor

(207) 526-4423 swansisland.org/lobstermuseum

Swans Island Ship models, photos, equipment, and stories represent two centuries of Maine com mercial fishing and the lobster industry.

Congregational Islesford Congregational Church • SWHhttps://islesfordchurch.comCongregationalChurch, CCCC 29 High Road, Southwest Harbor • Sunday Morning Worship: 10:30 am • (207) 244-4300 episCopal Saint Andrew By-the-Lake 1358 Tremont Road, Seal Cove • Sunday Morning Worship: July through September, 8 am • (207) 244-3229 Saint Mary’s By-the-Sea 20 South Shore Road, Northeast Harbor • Sunday Morning Worship: June 19 through August : 8 am/10 am • (207) 276-5588 Saint Mary’s Chapel 5 Kimball Road, Northeast Harbor • Sunday Morning Worship: September through Mid-June: 10 am • (207) 276-5588 Saint John the Divine 315 Main Street, Southwest Harbor • Sunday Morning Worship: 5 pm July & August • (207) 244-3229 Saint PeabodyJudeDr., Seal Harbor • Sunday Morning Service: 10 am, 6/19-9/4 • (207) 276-5588 angliCan Saint Brendan’s, ACNA Olsen Chapel, 176 Harbor Dr., Bass Harbor • Sunday Worship: 11 am • Year Round • (207) 460-7722 Pastor Clayton Gilley CatholiC Our Lady Star of the Sea •IslesfordJuly:Sun. 4 pm • (207) 288-3535 St. Ignatius Roman Catholic 8ChurchLookout Way, Northeast Harbor • July & August: Sat. 6 pm • (207) 288-3535 St. Peter’s Catholic Church 5 Ocean House Hill Road, Manset • July - September: Sun. 8 am • October - June: Sat. 4 pm • (207) 288-3535 Baptist Cornerstone Baptist Church Route 102, West Tremont • Sunday Worship Service: 10 am • (207) 244-1018 United ChUrCh of Christ Seaside, UCC Abbe Chapel 8 Main Street, Seal Harbor • Through May 2022 • Sunday Worship: 10 am • (207) 276-5521 Union Church/Parish Hall 21 Summit Road, Northeast Harbor • June through December 2022 • Sunday Worship: 10 am • (207) Somesville276-5521Union Meeting House, UCC 1134 Main St., Somesville • (207) 244-9260 • Sunday Worship Service: 10:30 am WorshiP services Please Note: All times and dates are subject to change. It’s a good idea to call to confirm.

52 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me The “Index” portion is to cross-reference the businesses and services as much as possible so that you can easily and conveniently locate the desired information. If the business or service has a display ad in this directory, the page number of such ad is shown. If the business is a member of the Southwest Harbor & Tremont Chamber of Com merce, the listing will be bold. Those with listings and ads in the companion, “Northeast Harbor Port Directory” are also in this Index with the telephone number shown. IBC - Inside Back Cover; IFC - Inside Front Cover index to advertisers All Area Codes are 207 unless otherwise specified. Ann’sACCOMMODATIONSPointCottages.............. 244-5425 ....... 44 Café Drydock & Inn............... 244-5842 ....... 16 Colonel’s Suites 276-5147 HarborView Motel & Cottages 244-5031 ....... 45 Hutchins Cottages .................. 244-9687 ....... 43 Kimball Terrace Inn 800-454-6225 45 Kingsleigh Inn ........................ 244-5302 ....... 43 AcadiaACTIVITIESRepertory Theatre ....... 244-7260 ....... 39 Atlantic Brewery..................... 288-2337 ....... 18 Bay Ferries - The CAT 877-762-7245 38 Causeway Club ......................... 244-3780 ....... 39 FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars ............................. 801-8292 .......... 7 Luxury Picnics Acadia........................ 412-0221 ..........47 National Park Canoe Rentals .. 244-5854 ....... 40 Naturalist’s Notebook ................ 801-2777 Oli’s Trolley 288-9899 36 Pirate’s Cove .............................. 288-2133 ........ 37 Seal Cove Auto Museum ......... 244-9242 ....... 49 Southwest Cycle ...................... 244-5856 ....... 37 Tremont Historical Society ........ 244-9753 ........ 31 Volta 412-0488 40 Wendell Gilley Museum ......... 244-7555 ....... 37 AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION Hertz Car Rental 667-5017 12 APARTMENTS Davis Agency Real Estate 244-3891 44 HarborView Motel. ................. 244-5031 ....... 45 ART Argosy Gallery 288-9226 4 Clark Point Gallery ................. 244-0920 ......... 4 Island Artisans 288-4234 4 Quietside Art Gallery ......... 678-978-5551 ......... 4 Shaw Jewelry .............................. 276-5000 ......... 6 Smart Studio 276-5152 4 FirstATMSNational Bank .......... 800-564-3195 ....... 13 BAKERY Colonel’s Restaurant 276-5147 Mount Dessert Bakery ................ 801-9191 ........ 18 BarBANKINGHarborBank & Trust . 888-853-7100 ....... 11 First National Bank .......... 800-564-3195 ....... 13 BARGE SERVICE Acadia Fuel ................................ 244-9664 ......... 1 BED & BREAKFAST Kingsleigh Inn ........................ 244-5302 ....... 43 AtlanticBEER Brewery..................... 288-2337 ....... 18 House Wine 288-1200 10 Liquor Locker ......................... 244-3788 ....... 29 Sawyer’s Specialties ... 276-8022/244-3317 ......... 7 BIKE SouthwestRENTALSCycle...................... 244-5856 ....... 37 BOAT RENTALS/CHARTERS Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry .244-3575 Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 ....... 21 BOAT BUILDING/DESIGN/SALES Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 ....... 21 Hinckley Company ...... 866-HINCKLEY ..... IFC John Williams Boat Co. ............ 244-7854 ........24 Lyman-Morse Brokerage 266-2399 23 BOAT SERVICE Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 ....... 21 Hinckley Service ..................... 244-5531 ..... IFC John Williams Boat Co. ............ 244-7854 ........24 Lyman-Morse Brokerage 266-2399 23 BOOKS Naturalist’s Notebook ................ 801-2777 BROKERAGE – REAL ESTATE Carter’s Real Estate.................... 276-5468 ....... 45 Davis Agency Real Estate 244-3891 44 The Knowles Company ............276-3322 ....... 46 CANOE RENTALS National Park Canoe Rentals .. 244-5854 ....... 40

www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 53 CASUAL DINING Archie’s Lobster .............................. 460-4464 .........17 Bar Harbor Cheesecake Company . 801-9184 ........ 14 Beal’s Lobster Pier .................. 244-3202 .. Cover Eat-a-Pita ................................ 266-0033 ....... 17 Mount Dessert Bakery ................ 801-9191 ....... 18 Quietside Cafe 244-9444 17 SaintCoffeeDreux’sRoasters 607-280-0369 16 Seaside Deli & Sweets ............... 801-8788 Thurston’s Lobster Pound ...... 244-3320 ....... 16 CATERING Seaside Deli & Sweets ............... 801-8788 CHEESE House Wine ............................... 288-1200 ........10 Sawyer’s Specialties ... 276-8022/244-3317 ......... 7 CHILDREN’S CLOTHING Sweet Pea .................................... 266-8980 CIGARS House Wine ............................... 288-1200 ........10 CIVIL ENGINEERS G. F. Johnston & Associates .... 244-1200 ....... 11 CLOTHING BOUTIQUE The Kimball Shop 276-3300 PRO31CLEANINGCOMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIALCleaningSolutions.....664-9851 ....... 12 CONSERVATION Friends of Acadia 800-625-0321 12 COTTAGE RENTALS Ann’s Point Cottages .............. 244-5425 ....... 44 HarborView Motel & Cottages 244-5031 ....... 45 Hutchins Cottages .................. 244-9687 ....... 43 CRAFT SUPPLIES Fabricate ..................................... 288-5113 ......... 8 Naturalist’s Notebook 801-2777 DowneastCRUISESWindjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC CUSTOM FURNITURE Richard Parks Furniture Gallery .. 667-3615 DEEP SEA FISHING Downeast Windjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC DELI Colonel’s Restaurant .................. 276-5147 Seaside Deli & Sweets ............... 801-8788 DESSERT Bar Harbor Cheesecake Company . 801-9184 ........ 14 DIESEL FUEL Acadia Fuel ................................ 244-9664 ......... 1 Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina . 244-0117 ....... 25 DINING – FINE Asticou Inn ................................ 276-3344 ........19 Red Sky Restaurant ................ 244-0476 ....... 19 DOCK SPACE Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina . 244-0117 ....... 25 Northeast Harbor Marina ..........276-5737 DRY PRO31CLEANINGCleaningSolutions ..... 664-9851 ....... 12 G.ENGINEERSF.Johnston& Associates .... 244-1200 ....... 11 AcadiaENTERTAINMENTRepertoryTheatre ....... 244-7260 ...... 39 ESPRESSO SaintCoffeeDreux’sRoasters 607-280-0369 16 FABRIC Fabricate ..................................... 288-5113 ......... 8 Quilt ‘N’ Fabric ...................... 244-1233 ......... 5 FAMILY FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES Luxury Picnics Acadia 412-0221 47 Pirate’s Cove .............................. 288-2133 ........ 37 Volta ........................................... 412-0488 ....... 40 FERRY SERVICE Bar Harbor Ferry .................... 288-2984 .... IBC Bay Ferries - The CAT 877-762-7245 38 Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry 244-3575 Cranberry Cove Ferry ............. 244-5882 .... IBC Swan’s Island Ferry Terminal .... 526-4273 ....... 35 FINANCIAL SERVICES Bar Harbor Bank & Trust . 888-853-7100 ....... 11 First National Bank .......... 800-564-3195 ....... 13 LSRobinson Co. ..................... 244-7246 ....... 13 FINE JEWELRY Lisa Hall Studio ......................... 276-5900 ......... 5 Shaw Jewelry 276-5000 6 FOOD TRUCK Archie’s Lobster .............................. 460-4464 .........17 FUEL — AUTO Edwards Brothers 412-0221 9 FUEL – BOAT Acadia Fuel ................................ 244-9664 ......... 1 Hinckley Service ..................... 244-5531 ..... IFC

54 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me FUEL — HOME Acadia Fuel & Propane ............. 244-9664 ......... 1 FURNITURE Richard Parks Furniture Gallery 667-3615 Rusticator .................................... 276-8140 ........10 GALLERIES Shaw Jewelry .............................. 276-5000 ......... 6 See Art Galleries ............................................... 4 CarrollGIFTSDrug Store .................. 244-5588 ....... 13 FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars .......................... 801-8292 .......... 7 The Kimball Shop ...................... 276-3300 Lisa Hall Studio 276-5900 5 Naturalist’s Notebook ................ 801-2777 Quilt ‘N’ Fabric ...................... 244-1233 ......... 5 Seal Cove Auto Museum ......... 244-9242 ....... 49 Shaw Jewelry .............................. 276-5000 ......... 6 Wendell Gilley Museum ......... 244-7555 ....... 37 GLUTEN FREE Beal’s Lobster Pier .................. 244-3202 .. Cover ThePoundNor’Easter&Market ..................... 276-8035 ........ 19 Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant 276-3958 CausewayGOLF Club ......................... 244-3780 ....... 39 GROCERY Edwards Brothers .................................412-0221 ............ 9 HEALTH CARE Carroll Drug Store .................. 244-5588 ....... 13 Mount Desert Island Hospital .. 288-5081 ....... 12 Northern Light Maine Coast Hosp.664-5337 ....... 14 Northern Light Primary Care ...244-5513 ....... 14 HOTEL/INN Asticou Inn ................................ 276-3344 ........19 Café Drydock & Inn............... 244-5842 ....... 16 The Claremont ....................... 244-5036 ....... 15 HarborView Motel .................. 244-5031 ....... 45 Kimball Terrace Inn ............ 800-454-6225 ....... 45 Kingsleigh Inn ........................ 244-5302 ....... 43 Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant 276-3958 Dysart’sICE Great Harbor Marina . 244-0117 ....... 25 Liquor Locker ......................... 244-3788 ....... 29 ICE CREAM Quietside Cafe 244-9444 17 SaintCoffeeDreux’sRoasters 607-280-0369 16 INDOOR CLIMBING Volta ........................................... 412-0488 ....... 40 LSRobinsonINSURANCECo...................... 244-7246 ....... 13 INTERIOR DESIGN Rusticator .................................... 276-8140 ........10 KAYAK RENTALS National Park Canoe Rentals .. 244-5854 ....... 40 LAND FOR SALE Carter’s Real Estate.................... 276-5468 ....... 45 Davis Agency Real Estate ........... 244-3891 ....... 44 LAND USE CONSULTANTS G. F. Johnston & Associates .... 244-1200 ....... 11 LAUNDRY SERVICES PRO31 Cleaning Solutions ..... 664-9851 ....... 12 LIQUOR Edwards Brothers .................................412-0221 ............ 9 Liquor Locker ......................... 244-3788 ....... 29 BarLOANSHarbor Bank & Trust . 888-853-7100 ....... 11 LOBSTER Most of the restaurants offer lobster selections — call for specific requests. Archie’s Lobster .............................. 460-4464 .........17 Beal’s Lobster Pier .................. 244-3202 .. Cover ThePoundNor’Easter&Market ..................... 276-8035 ........ 19 Thurston’s Lobster Pound ...... 244-7600 ....... 16 Ann’sLODGINGPointCottages .............. 244-5425 ....... 44 Asticou Inn 276-3344 19 Café Drydock & Inn............... 244-5842 ....... 16 HarborView Motel & Cottages 244-5031 ....... 45 Hutchins Cottages .................. 244-9687 ....... 43 Kimball Terrace Inn ........... 800-454-6225 ........13 BealMAILBOAT&BunkerMailboat & Ferry . 244-3575 MAINE – MADE Liquor Locker ......................... 244-3788 ....... 29 Lisa Hall Studio ......................... 276-5900 ....... 36 MountMEDICALDesert Island Hospital .. 288-5081 ....... 12 Northern Light Maine Coast Hosp.664-5337 ....... 14 Northern Light Primary Care ...244-5513 ....... 14 MINI GOLF Pirate’s Cove .............................. 288-2133 ........ 37

www.baysidegraphics.me Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory - 55 REAL ESTATE Carter’s Real Estate.................... 276-5468 ....... 45 Davis Agency Real Estate ........... 244-3891 ....... 44 The Knowles Company ............276-3322 ....... 46 RENTAL CARS Hertz Car Rental 667-5017 12 RENTALS – VACATION Carter’s Real Estate.................... 276-5468 ....... 45 Davis Agency Real Estate ........... 244-3891 ....... 44 The Knowles Company ............276-3322 ....... 46 RESTAURANTS Asticou Inn ................................ 276-3344 ........19 Bar Harbor Cheesecake Company 801-9184 14 Batson’s River Fish Camp ....... 244-5036 ....... 15 Beal’s Lobster Pier .................. 244-3202 .. Cover Café Drydock & Inn............... 244-5842 ....... 16 Colonel’s Restaurant .................. 276-5147 Eat-a-Pita/Cafe 2 ..................... 266-0033 ...... 17 Harry’s Bar ............................. 244-5036 ....... 15 Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant ..... 276-3958 little fern ................................ 244-5036 ....... 15 Mainly Meat BBQ ...................... 288-9200 ........ 18 Mount Dessert Bakery 801-9191 18 ThePoundNor’Easter&Market ..................... 276-8035 ........ 19 Peekytoe Provisions ..................... 801-9161 ......... 8 Quietside Cafe ........................... 244-9444 ........ 17 Red Sky Restaurant ................ 244-0476 ....... 17 Seaside Deli & Sweets ............... 801-8788 Thurston’s Lobster Pound ...... 244-7600 ....... 16 RESTORATION – BOAT Hinckley Company ...... 866-HINCKLEY ..... IFC Lyman-Morse Brokerage 266-2399 23 SAILING TRIPS Downeast Windjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC SANDWICHES/PIZZA/SUBS Colonel’s Restaurant .................. 276-5147 Eat-a-Pita ................................ 266-0033 ...... 17 Edwards Brothers .................................412-0221 ............ 9 Mount Dessert Bakery 801-9191 18 SCRAPBOOKING Fabricate ..................................... 288-5113 ......... 8 SEA KAYAK RENTALS National Park Canoe Rental ... 244-5854 ....... 40 SEAFOOD Peekytoe Provisions ..................... 801-9161 ......... 8 Thurston’s Lobster Pound ...... 244-7600 ....... 16 MOORING RENTALS Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina . 244-0117 ....... 25 Hinckley Service ..................... 244-5531 ..... IFC John Williams Boat Co. 244-7854 24 Southwest Boat .......................... 244-5525 ....... 20 BarMORTGAGEHarborBank & Trust . 888-853-7100 ....... 11 First National Bank .......... 800-564-3195 ....... 13 SealMUSEUMSCoveAuto Museum ......... 244-9242 ....... 49 Tremont Historical Society 244-9753 31 Wendell Gilley Museum ......... 244-7555 ....... 37 For more Museums ......................................... 48 NOTARY PUBLIC MDI Weddings ................... 860-428-2651 ........ 11 OUTBOARD SALES & SERVICE Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 ....... 21 OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Causeway Club ......................... 244-3780 ....... 39 Downeast Windjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC National Park Canoe Rentals .. 244-5854 ....... 40 Luxury Picnics Acadia........................ 412-0221 ..........47 Pirate’s Cove .............................. 288-2133 ........ 37 Southwest Cycle ...................... 244-5856 ....... 37 OUTDOOR DINING Eat-A-Pita ............................... 266-0033 ....... 17 ThePoundNor’Easter&Market ..................... 276-8035 ........ 19 OUTDOOR FURNITURE Richard Parks Furniture Gallery .. 667-3615 CarrollPHARMACIESDrugStore.................. 244-5588 ....... 13 PICNICS Luxury Picnics Acadia 412-0221 47 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES G. F. Johnston & Associates .... 244-1200 ....... 11 LSRobinson ............................ 244-7246 ....... 13 MDI Weddings ................... 860-428-2651 ........ 11 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Carter’s Real Estate.................... 276-5468 ....... 45 The Knowles Company ............276-3322 ....... 46 PRO31 Cleaning Solutions ..... 664-9851 ....... 12 PROPANE Acadia Fuel & Propane ............. 244-9664 ......... 1

56 - Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory www.baysidegraphics.me We at Bayside Graphics truly hope you enjoy your time here in Southwest Harbor and on Mount Desert Island ... whether here for a day, or here for a lifetime ... whether you came by boat, car, or bicycle ... for a visit or if you live here year ‘round. You have been to one of the more beautiful areas our country has to offer, and we hope this little booklet has been a wealth of information for you! CarrollSHOPSDrug Store .................. 244-5588 ....... 13 Fabricate ..................................... 288-5113 ......... 8 FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars .......................... 801-8292 .......... 7 The Kimball Shop 276-3300 Quilt ‘N’ Fabric ...................... 244-1233 ......... 5 Sweet Pea .................................... 266-8980 Peekytoe Provisions ..................... 801-9161 ......... 8 Rusticator .................................... 276-8140 ........10 Southwest Cycle ...................... 244-5856 ....... 37 AcadiaSHOWSRepertory Theatre ....... 244-7260 ....... 39 DowneastSIGHTSEEINGWindjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC Oli’s Trolley 288-9899 36 SPECIALTY FOODS FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars ............................. 801-8292 .......... 7 House Wine ............................... 288-1200 ........10 Peekytoe Provisions 801-9161 8 Sawyer’s Specialties ... 276-8022/244-3317 ......... 7 STORAGE – BOATS Hinckley Service ..................... 244-5531 ..... IFC John Williams Boat Co ............. 244-7854 ........24 Lyman-Morse Brokerage 266-2399 23 Southwest Boat .......................... 244-5525 ....... 20 TAKE–OUT Colonel’s Restaurant .................. 276-5147 Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant ..... 276-3958 Quietside Cafe 244-9444 17 SaintCoffeeDreux’sRoasters 607-280-0369 16 AcadiaTHEATRERepertory Theatre ....... 244-7260 ....... 39 AtlanticTOURSBrewing .................... 288-2337 ....... 18 Oli’s Trolley ................................ 288-9899 ....... 36 CarrollTOYS Drug Store .................. 244-5588 ....... 13 The Kimball Shop ...................... 276-3300 Sweet Pea .................................... 266-8980 TRAILERS – BOAT Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 ....... 21 TRANSPORTATION Hertz Car Rental 667-5017 12 WEDDING OFFICIANT MDI Weddings ................... 860-428-2651 ........ 11 WEDDING PLANNER MDI Weddings ................... 860-428-2651 ........ 11 WICKER Richard Parks Furniture Gallery .. 667-3615 WILDLIFE WATCHING Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry 244-3575 WINE Bar Harbor Cheesecake Company 801-9184 14 House Wine ............................... 288-1200 ........10 Liquor Locker ......................... 244-3788 ....... 29 Sawyer’s Specialties ... 276-8022/244-3317 ......... 7 YACHT BROKERAGE Lyman-Morse Brokerage 266-2399 23 QuiltYARN‘N’ Fabric ...................... 244-1233 ......... 5

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