Location: Acadia National Park Maine
I just towed a 1990 Sunline Camper from Ohio to Maine using a 1996 Chevy Suburban that I purchased less than two weeks before the trip.
The camper and truck both performed fine, but it was definitely a crash-course in towing. With the steep hills, long grades, and cramped campgrounds, I definitely improved my skills in maneuvering the camper.
I spent five days in Acadia National Park, with my trailer parked in Seawall Campground in the Southwest Harbor portion of Mount Desert Island. Having three dogs on vacation with me limited the photographic opportunities normally available here, but now all of my dogs can say they’ve had their paws in the ocean.
There is a scenic driving loop through the national park with plenty of places to park off of the road, allowing me to scramble onto the rocks to the shore.
On the last morning I returned to the Bass Point Lighthouse, which is only a couple miles from the campground. Since the outside temperature was still cool, I could leave the dogs in the car for a few minutes while I took the staircase to the shore to get a picture.