As Maine‘s Terramor Outdoor Resort Bar Harbor reopens for the season on May 13, it will unveil new offerings and continue to honor the local landmarks.
According to a report, Terramor is designed to help you re-imagine the world and reconnect with nature.
The glamping resort is home to 64 canvas tents in various sizes (tents can sleep two to five guests), and all have screened-in porches.
Frette sheets and Pendleton blankets increase the comfort level, while pour-over tea and private baths are additional amenities. With Wi-Fi, you don’t need to disconnect if you’d like not to.
S’mores are the ideal evening end-of-day treat at the resort, and there’s an exclusive fire ring near every tent.
Grilling is also an option for guests to do on their own or they can use the resort’s grilling facilities to prepare everything from scallops to ribeye steaks.
The meals are served at the Lodge, where a bar, restaurant, and store await. Pop-ups also showcase the bounty of Maine‘s cuisine. Lobster boils can be found as well as cocktails and oyster pairings. Beer tastings at the local brewery Fogtown Brewing Company are also provided.
Terramor Outdoor Resort Bar Harbor‘s The Outfitter aims to bring guests into nature by kayaking, mountain biking, birdwatching (with a naturalist guide), or hiking.
This article originally appeared on Travel and Leisure. Featured image from Terramor Outdoor Resort Bar Harbor.