Acadia National Park at Schoodic Peninsula including Gouldsboro, Winter Harbor, and more

Cranberry Point - Corea, Maine

Cranberry Point is a beautiful section of Corea, Maine where you have a clear view of the Gulf of Maine. To the east are several small islands including Western Island. Wild roses grow close to the road and next to the shoreline.

Cranberry Point is only about 8 miles from the entrance to the Schoodic Peninsula section of Acadia National Park and only about 5.5 miles from the Park's exit. View the Schoodic map to see how to get there.

From coastal U.S. Route 1, follow Maine State Highway 195 south, crossing Route 186 in Prospect Harbor. At this point, 195 takes a more westerly direction until arriving in Corea. Continue south through Corea for about a mile. If leaving Acadia National Park's Schoodic Peninsula, take a right in Birch Harbor onto Highway 186 then a right In Prospect Harbor onto Highway 195.

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