- TripBuzz discovered 66 different types of activities for couples in the Southwest Harbor area, including Hiking Trails (like Beech Cliff Loop), Sailing (like Sail Acadia - Private Charters), Specialty Museums (like Wendell Gilley Museum) and Gardens (like Charlotte Rhoades Park & Butterfly Garden), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 103 date ideas in or near Southwest Harbor, Maine, including 91 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bar Harbor, Deer Isle, Ellsworth and Mount Desert.
Running ecological tours on Mount Desert Island's ecological side, Maine State Sea Kayak has been in this business since 2000. They offer three different four-hour tours like sunset, afternoon and morning tours.
The Wendell Gilley Museum is a community center and museum that covers the work of nature carver Wendell Gilley. The center teaches bird carving, shows art exhibits, and conducts education programs about art and nature.
Bar Harbor's Village Green is a large park at the town's center. The starting point for many of the town's shuttles and tours, it is sometimes host to concerts, weddings, and special events, and is surrounded by restaurants and shopping.
Northeast Harbor Tennis Club features 13 wooded holes surrounded by thousands of trees and 5 traditional links-style holes, significant elevation changes and very small greens. They also offer a full-service Pro Shop, powered and pull carts, and limited food service.
Tourists will get to see the Bear Island Light and walk around on Little Cranberry Island when they hop on aboard the Sea Princess Cruises. Their tour guides will provide you with enough information during the trip.
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Designed after the Japanese strolling gardens, the Asticou Azalea Garden is perfectly balanced when it comes to the natural environment and the man-made arrangements. The garden rooms are connected by paths. It also has a sand garden.
Formed in 1973, Acadia Repertory Theatre entertains visitors to Mt. Desert Island and Acadia National Park with comedies, dramas, mysteries, and children's theater in their quaint performance space each summer season. Season subscriptions are available.