Half Hundred Acre Woods

Bristol, Maine

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Nestled in the woods with wildlife galore

Half Hundred Acre Woods offers quiet mornings, rich days , and starry evenings. It's an easy walk to a beaver pond with two lodges, two dams, and otters. You can also see some important migratory birds including: mating ospreys, great blue herons, and red-winged blackbirds.

Located near Muscongus Bay, enjoy swimming at The Swimming Hole At Bristol Dam, paddleboarding, and kayaking at River Mist Kayaks. Spend the day exploring some nearby hiking trails, awesome restaurants, and even take a quick ferry to Monhegan Island. There are endless activities to do near the campsite such as visiting: Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, Pemaquid Beach Park, La Verna Preserve, and The Pemaquid Art Gallery.

Come early in the spring and you will hear the peepers. Visit us a little bit later in the spring and see snapping turtles revered by Native Americans that once lived and hunted in these woods. Visit us in the summer and enjoy all the beauty of true Midcoast Maine. Stay with us in the autumn and be prepared for amazing fall colors and truly some of the best weather.

You'll be in awe at the colonial era stone walls that define the property as well as a pretty cool stone bridge and dam over a small seasonal stream, one of several tributaries feeding the beaver pond.

This mature wooded site is hosted by Graham and his Portuguese Water Dog companion Coast

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