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magicbus

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Posted: 06/23/20 06:44am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Next time we head up towards Acadia we are going to check out the Schoodic Peninsula part of the park Schoodic Peninsula in Acadia.

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If I had a suitably small RV, I suspect I'd head somewhere in the North Maine Woods for solitude and natural beauty and dry camping. The maximum length is 28' for a single vehicle (motorhome), and 44' total length for tow vehicles and trailers. (It's a large private road system, maintained and used mostly by the lumber industry, and they set the restrictions and rules for public use of the private lands and roads.)





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Posted: 06/23/20 11:20am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Maine Diner in Wells.


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Geo*Boy wrote:

Maine is being very cautious about people being welcome from outside New England, check before you head out to Maine.


This is correct.

Right now, only those from ME, NH, and VT may stay at commercial lodging, including RV parks and campgrounds. You definitely do not want to travel into Maine without confirmed reservations, either, as many parks and campgrounds are not permitting stays shorter than 14 days.

Starting June 26, 2020 folks from other states may visit if they either

1) Self-quarantine for 14 days. No dining out. No take out. No grocery shopping - bring any food you may need. No indoor tourist activities. Contactless delivery, if the lodging permits it, only.

or

2) Certify to a negative Covid-19 test done no more than 72 hours prior to entering Maine OR self-quarantine (as above) and be tested in Maine. You may end self-quarantine once you receive a negative result on the test.


Beginning June 26th, out-of-state visitors may quarantine in commercial lodging establishments for 14 days. During the quarantine, visitors cannot go to places with other people like restaurants, stores, and grocery stores, or pick up take-out. A lodging establishment may arrange for take-out, delivery, or grocery services for the visitors.

Visitors can leave their hotel room or campsite during these 14 days but only for limited outdoor activities such as hiking as long as they are not around other people.

Visitors can come to Maine and quarantine for the length of their stay if it is less than 14 days


For 10 days, you would have to stay in your unit except for things like hiking, bring all your food, and you would not be allowed to shop at all.

Maine Travel Resources - COVID-19


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If it wasn't for the Corona Virus, I would say New Brunswick. Since I cant say that, I guess Bar Harbour, and Acadia NP would be second.

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mkc wrote:

Geo*Boy wrote:

Maine is being very cautious about people being welcome from outside New England, check before you head out to Maine.


This is correct.

Right now, only those from ME, NH, and VT may stay at commercial lodging, including RV parks and campgrounds. You definitely do not want to travel into Maine without confirmed reservations, either, as many parks and campgrounds are not permitting stays shorter than 14 days.

Starting June 26, 2020 folks from other states may visit if they either

1) Self-quarantine for 14 days. No dining out. No take out. No grocery shopping - bring any food you may need. No indoor tourist activities. Contactless delivery, if the lodging permits it, only.

or

2) Certify to a negative Covid-19 test done no more than 72 hours prior to entering Maine OR self-quarantine (as above) and be tested in Maine. You may end self-quarantine once you receive a negative result on the test.


Beginning June 26th, out-of-state visitors may quarantine in commercial lodging establishments for 14 days. During the quarantine, visitors cannot go to places with other people like restaurants, stores, and grocery stores, or pick up take-out. A lodging establishment may arrange for take-out, delivery, or grocery services for the visitors.

Visitors can leave their hotel room or campsite during these 14 days but only for limited outdoor activities such as hiking as long as they are not around other people.

Visitors can come to Maine and quarantine for the length of their stay if it is less than 14 days


For 10 days, you would have to stay in your unit except for things like hiking, bring all your food, and you would not be allowed to shop at all.

Maine Travel Resources - COVID-19


Sigh. Maybe next year we can do Maine.

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I don’t blame you. We had reservations for Tetons/ Yellowstone trip, we canceled them because we didn’t feel it was fair to the residents in the states we had to travel through and if the virus ramped back up, like it’s doing, we didn’t want get caught out that far from home. Next year.[emoticon]

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Rangeley Lakes.

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