This traditional Maine camp was fully renovated in 2007. In 2012 it served as an Artists Retreat for 'The Maine Attaction' artist group. The artist used Eagleview as a base of operations. Several works were also painted on location. The “Cottage” has 4 bedrooms and offers total privacy with spectacular views. Large windows offer stunning views of Mount Desert Island. Sliding glass doors lead to a large deck, the backyard and ocean. The second floor has three bedrooms. Two bedrooms have their own private balcony, perfect for watching the sunrise. A full bath with tub and shower, and a laundry room, with washer and dryer, is also conveniently located on this floor. The third floor offers total privacy. It has one bedroom with a queen-size bed and a 3/4 bathroom with a shower. This floor has a large family room with a queen pull out sofa bed, refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot and games --perfect for afternoon tea, watching the sunset or evening activities.
Golf: Gindstone Neck Golf Course
Season: May through October
Men's tees: 3095 yards, slope 112
Women's tees: 2550 yards
Schoodic Scenic Byway: The Schoodic Scenic Byway travels through one of the last frontiers on the eastern seaboard (along Route 1 and 186 from Sullivan to Prospect Harbor). This region has many protected and private lands that are maintained as open space and agriculture to reveal an unspoiled and 'real' Maine. Pass through a working landscape of lobstering, clamming, blueberry barons and timberland.
Schoodic Peninsula Bike Tour: Loops take cyclists through the easternmost reaches of Acadia National Park at
beautiful Schoodic Point, as well as through picturesque fishing villages and along a
dramatic stretch of Maine’s rocky coast. Pack a picnic lunch to enjoy at the point and
enjoy spectacular views of Mount Desert Island and Frenchman Bay along the way.
The 29-mile loop begins at the Schoodic Area Chamber of Commerce
kiosk on US 1 opposite Young’s Market and Mobil Station in
West Gouldsboro. The13-mile loop begins in Winter Harbor.