Mountains rising from the ocean, crashing surf on the rocky shore-line, lakes nested in beautiful valleys, the majestic granite cliffs, the conifers & the wildlife – all these are the reasons why Acadia National Park on the Mount Desert Island, Maine falls on the list of most visited parks in the United States with more than two million travelers a year. The only National Park in the Northeast, Acadia, is a stunning national treasure with striking landscapes on the coast of Maine.
The amazing Acadia National Park features 110 miles of marked hiking trails, 45 miles of bicycle carriage roads, pristine lakes for canoeing or kayaking, steep granite cliffs for rock climbing, breathtaking views from the Cadillac Mountain – the highest point on the United States’ East Coast, miles of paved roads offering unbelievable Oceanside panorama; what else you need to make an utmost vacation!!! Believe me – you’ll love your visit to Acadia, and you’ll wish to come back again!
While you’re here, make sure you drive the Park Loop Road to enjoy a 27-mile ride along Oceanside cliffs and through mountain forest road; you can easily make stops at the scenic turnouts and notable attractions on the way, including the Sand Beach, Jordan Pond House, Thunder Hole and many more.
Comprising more than 40,000 acres of striking beauty, Acadia National Park, covers almost half of the Mount Desert Island. The park is bordered by many picturesque harbor villages and towns, such as Bar Harbor, Northeast Harbor, Southwest Harbor and Tremont. Bar Harbor being the commercial center for the Island, offers many restaurants, shops, and guided outdoor activities. Find the best deal, compare hotel prices near Acadia.
Acadia National Park is a spectacle that, once seen, is never forgotten!! The whole nature come together here to create magical memories that would last for a lifetime. So, just relax and enjoy the overwhelming act and art of nature, while you’re at Acadia National Park.