In conjunction with the 203rd anniversary of Maine’s statehood, Terramor Outdoor Resort Bar Harbor is announcing a partnership with local nonprofit Friends of Acadia (FOA), which works to preserve, protect and promote stewardship of the outstanding natural beauty, ecological vitality and distinctive cultural resources in Acadia National Park and its surrounding communities.
Every $1 of direct online bookings at Terramor will go to Friends of Acadia.
“The Terramor brand was founded on the principle of connecting people to the outdoors and each other. Its very meaning is Love of Land,” said Toby O’Rourke, president and CEO of Kampgrounds of America Inc., which owns the Terramor brand. “Terramor creates a new type of experience for guests to experience the outdoors with all the comforts of a traditional hospitality resort. We are proud to call the beautiful backdrop of Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park home to our flagship property. By partnering with Friends of Acadia, we are doing our part to ensure that outdoor experiences are preserved and available to all guests for generations to come.”
Founded in 1986 by locals who had an enthusiastic love for Acadia National Park and its surrounding communities, Friends of Acadia has become a leader in providing financial support to one of America’s most visited National Parks. FOA understands that experiences and education foster appreciation and knowledge and thus creates programs to involve and educate the public on the importance of conservation, engagement, sustainability and stewardship.
“For the last three years, Terramor has been an outstanding friend to Acadia and FOA,” said Lisa Horsch Clark, FOA’s vice president of development and donor relations. “Whether it is an auction item for our annual benefit, hosting FOA’s weekly Pints for a Purpose and other events, sponsorship gifts, or providing volunteers for our annual events, Terramor has consistently been generous, creative, and an outstanding conservation partner. We are thankful for all they make possible at Acadia National Park.”