Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park is a beautiful park found along Maine's coastline. It includes about half of Mount Desert Island, some of Isle au Haut, the end of the Schoodic Peninsula, and parts of sixteen smaller islands.

Here are some of the things you can do in Acadia National Park:

1) Hike Cadillac Mountain for sunrise views 2) Take a boat tour around Bar Harbor and see some of the park's islands 3) Visit the Jordan Pond House for a traditional Maine lobster dinner

4) Hike the Beehive Loop Trail for views of Jordan Pond and the Atlantic Ocean 5) Explore the tide pools at Sand Beach 6) Visit the Hulls Cove Visitor Center to learn about the park's natural history and culture

– The park is open year-round, but some roads and facilities may close during the winter. – A park entrance pass is required year-round. – Vehicle reservations are required to drive Cadillac Summit Road from mid-May to mid-October. – All campsite reservations must be made online in advance. There is no backcountry camping or overnight parking allowed in Acadia.

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