Nestled just 30 minutes by ferry southeast of Mount Desert Island, with superb views of the mountains of Acadia National Park, the five Cranberry Isles host a year-round community of lobstermen, boatbuilders, and craftsmen, as well as numerous rusticators who’ve been returning each summer for years, if not generations.

low bush cranberries

Why Cranberry Isles?

Because low-bush cranberries grow profusely in fall, if you know where to look.  The berries are smaller than store-bought fresh cranberries; they’re about the size of green peas.  They grow right on the dry ground, not in bogs.  The whole plant is about an inch tall: leaves, berries, and all.

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