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Our Guests are Our First Priority, please click here to learn about our enhanced procedures and policies developed to reassure your stay with us. Stays in June will be limited to Maine residents only per our Governor’s guidelines. Please check back as we will be updating this page as new information is made available.
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Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park Information

Acadia is the third oldest National Park in the United States, established in 1916 (though it wasn’t called Acadia until 1929). Over three million visitors come to the Atlantic coast each year to experience Acadia National Park for it’s breathtaking views and rugged history.

Looking for an Acadia National Park travel guide for your visit? With so many interesting activities and scenic destinations to choose from, it can be hard to know where to start. Browse the resources below to build your ideal visit to Maine’s most iconic park.

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Acadia Bike

Experience Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island by bicycle, where 45 miles of historic carriage roads were converted to crushed stone riding trails by John D. Rockefeller between 1913 and 1940. Acadia Bike has all the equipment and expertise for a memorable bike adventure.

Woman in a stand of tall fir trees taking picture in Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Maine
Acadia National Park

Acadia is the third oldest National Park in the United States, established in 1916 (though it wasn’t called Acadia until 1929). Over three million visitors come to the Atlantic coast each year to experience Acadia National Park for it’s breathtaking views and rugged history. Looking for an Acadia National Park travel guide for your visit? With so many interesting activities and scenic destinations to choose from, it can be hard to know where to start. Browse the resources below to build your ideal visit to Maine’s most iconic park

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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.

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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.