Ceder Hedges Cabins

Ceder Hedges Cabins

Cedar Hedges Cabins

Cedar Hedges Cabins outside Searsport, Maine, was one of many cabin courts operating along US 1 in the 1930s.

Summer tourists bound for Bar Harbor, Mount Desert Island and Acadia National Park followed Route 1 northbound along Maine’s rocky coast threading in and out of fishing villages and small ports…Bath, Waldoboro, Rockland, Camden, Belfast…before taking nightly shelter in knotty-pine cabins like Cedar Hedges to be lulled asleep by the whistle of wind through the pines.

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