Bar Harbor, Maine
About Bar HarborBar Harbor, ME is a beautiful city with lots to see and do, but it’s merely impossible to see everything on foot. Hop aboard one of Oli’s Trolleys to do some sightseeing and travel through the outskirts of the forests and take to the busy streets with a knowledgeable tour guide showing the way.
If you’re looking for a unique night-life experience that involves breathtaking views of the night sky, checking out the Acadia Night Sky Festival is a must. This celebration includes different workshops, night paddling on the Castine Harbor, and more.
Known as the “8th Oldest Golf Club in the Nation”, Kebo Valley has quite the history backbone. From President Taft, to PGA legend Billy Caper, this is a course that has been loved and appreciated for over a century. While it’s kept in incredible shape every day, Kebo Valley remains one of the most valued treasures in golf history.
Grindstone Neck Golf Course is another course that has been around for over a century, and is open seven days a week. It’s a nine-hole course that has views of the water on every hole. You’ll be approaching your drive with a view of the mountains of Mt. Desert Island, and hope that your round never ends.
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Enjoy 3 nights of accommodations at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort and 4 rounds of golf at the Ocotillo Golf Club, McDowell Mountain, Papago Golf Club and Eagle Mountain Golf Club. Papago, the home of Arizona State University's men's and women's golf team, added a new clubhouse in 2018. It is just two miles from the Sky Harbor airport, making it an ideal starting or ending point for a golf trip. Eagle Mountain and McDowell Mountain are nestled in the foothills and ravines of the McDowell Mountains. Ocotillo offers 27 holes designed by Ted Robinson.