Town of Mount Desert year-round dining, other services

The free listing below – of off-season dining, shopping and other businesses in the villages of Northeast Harbor, Otter Creek, Seal Harbor, Somesville, Hall Quarry and Pretty Marsh – is initially based on information from the Mount Desert Chamber of Commerce.

Otter Cove

Otter Cove in the village of Otter Creek, as seen from the causeway of Acadia National Park’s one-way Park Loop Road.

An outgrowth of a blog post we did about springtime in Acadia National Park, this page is part of an evolving series on services available to visitors of Acadia National Park, as well as to area residents.

The Town of Mount Desert stretches from Otter Creek in the southeastern section of Mount Desert Island, around Somes Sound, and over to Pretty Marsh in the northwest corner of the island. The villages provide access to trails up Cadillac, Sargent, Penobscot and other Acadia mountains, as well to Jordan Pond House.

If you know of other businesses or organizations in the Town of Mount Desert that are open some or all of the off-season but are not included, feel free to let us know in a comment below, and we’ll add them to the free listing.

Norumbega in Acadia National Park

A short distance from the village of Northeast Harbor are these views atop Norumbega Mountain.

Where Web sites or Facebook pages for the business or organization are available, links are provided; otherwise a phone number is provided. The listings are not guaranteed as to accuracy or completeness, and are provided for general informational purposes, as a convenience. Inclusion does not constitute a recommendation. Do your usual due diligence before doing business or working with an organization. Remember, confirm a business’s hours by checking the links, or by calling.

This is one of a series of pages we’re rolling out, listing year-round and seasonal businesses and organizations in communities around and near Acadia National Park. Be sure to check back for updates, as well as for expanded business listing and advertising opportunities we’re developing. You can also contact us via the About us page.

We’ve just added TripAdvisor(R) reviews where available, to make it easier to research and make reservations. We’re affiliated partners of TripAdvisor(R); see the sidebar about links to affiliated partners in this blog.

Think of this complimentary listing as a public service. And feel free to let the business or organization know you saw the listing on Acadia on My Mind!

Town of Mount Desert dining open off-season

Beal’s Lobster Pier – Mail order only off-season (TripAdvisor review)
Colonel’s Restaurant and Bakery (TripAdvisor review)

Town of Mount Desert gift and retail stores open off-season

F.T. Brown Hardware and Marine
Kimball Shop & Boutique
Local Color
Main Street Variety & Convenience
Pine Tree Market
Romantic Room – Only the affiliated Showroom & Garden Courtyard open year-round

Other Town of Mount Desert businesses, services open off-season

Sargent Northwest Trail in Acadia National Park

Sargent Northwest Trail provides expansive views of Somes Sound and beyond.

Acadia Images
Bowden Marine
Carter’s Real Estate
C.E. Bucklin & Sons
Coastal Computers of Mount Desert Island, ME
The First
Great Harbor Maritime Museum
Jack Ledbetter Photography
James A. Nolan, Electrical Contractor
John Williams Boat Company
Jordan-Fernald Funeral Home
Knowles Company
Merchant, Needham and Associates Insurance
Mount Desert Island Historical Society (TripAdvisor review)
Mount Desert Medical Center – (207) 276-3331
Mount Desert Nursing Association
Neighborhood House
Northeast Harbor Library
Parish of Saint Mary and Saint Jude
Richard Savage, II, Marine Surveyor
Rising Tide Partners LLC
S.R. Tracy Inc. – (207) 276-3338
Sally Black Properties
Somesville Library Association
WMH Architects
Z Studio Design

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