Eastern Seaboard 2019

EASTERN SEABOARD 2019


Circuit Leader

´╗┐Mary Kevin Welch  301 643-4453

This circuit will start in Jacksonville, FL as the most southern location on the Eastern Seaboard and will follow along the coast to Bangor, ME as the most northern location. Highlights include the Outer Banks, Washington, DC, Hersey, PA, the Atlantic Boardwalk, NYC, Cape Cod and Acadia National Park with many others along the way. A Coordinator has not yet claimed this circuit, so one is needed, and changes may be made once the Coordinator is in place. The number of participants will need to be limited due to the number of sites available at most of the stops that are Moose or Elk Lodges, I would suggest no more than 10 or 12. Please note that several Federal campgrounds are included, and they all now require reservations to be made through Recreation.gov. It is highly recommended that reservations be made as far in advance as possible to ensure a spot.


Bangor, ME

July 17, 2019 to July 23, 2019
Hosts

Dana Skaggs 217 971-3083

Activity Ideas

Tour both the Art Museum and the Hudson Museum at the University of Maine. Visit the Cole Land Transportation Museum, Paul Bunyan Statue, and the home of Steven King. Perhaps take in a show at the Penobscot Theatre Co. Take a walk or bike the Waterfront on the Penobscot River. Lots of great restaurants nearby.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge, 108 Odlin Rd, Bangor, ME

Directions and Other Information

From Oak St headed North, take the I-395W ramp to I-95/Bangor, go 5.2mi turn right onto Odlin Rd, go .7mi to arrive at Elks Lodge on the right. Donations.

GPS Coordinates

N44.79550, W68.80615Click on link to see Google Map