National Park Sea Kayak is owned and operated by an Acadia native and provides quality ecological sea kayak tours on the remote ‘West Side’ of Mount Desert Island. Paddle with experienced professional guides to experience remote Maine from an entirely new angle.
Acadia National Park Bus Tours
For Acadia’s most famous scenery and the stories behind it, try an Acadia National Park Bus Tour any day of the week. Each trip is roughly 3 hours, stopping at the top of Cadillac Mountain (the highest point on the eastern seaboard), Thunder Hole, and either the historic Jordan Pond House or the Wild Gardens of Acadia.
Hiking in Acadia National Park
Ranging from easy to strenuous, Acadia National Park has a hike for everyone. Ask the front desk for a copy of our Hiking Guide, or view the PDF.
Activities for Everyone
What’s your favorite way to experience history and nature? For the self-propelled, Acadia National Park has miles of hiking trails and bike paths. If you’re looking to learn a new outdoor skill, try guided sea kayaking or rock climbing. And if you’d rather ride along, there are bus tours to take you to the famous and favorite sights of Acadia.
Getting to the Park
While the Village Motel is just a 5 minute drive to Acadia National Park, consider taking the Island Explorer bus instead, which will pick you up at the Village Green just one block away from the motel. There are ten different routes covering the park and downtown, and best of all, it’s free!