Travelers around the world have become enchanted with Acadia National Park. As one of the most visited national parks in the United States, Acadia features natural splendors, breathtaking scenery and an abundance of opportunities to interact with nature.
First established in 1916, the park protects nearly 50,000 acres of coastal land, forests, wetlands and islands off the Atlantic. Acadia was the countries first park east of the Mississippi and continues to be the easternmost national park. With approximately 150 lakes, over 400-miles of rivers and streams, rocky coasts and hundreds of trails, visitors can adventure at their own pace in one of America’s most treasured places.
Welcome the day atop Cadillac Mountain and be one of first in North America to see the sunrise. For years, hikers have woken up early and climbed in the dark to catch the first glimpse of the morning sun. Not a big hiker? Do not fret. Cadillac Mountain is also accessible by road.
You’ll need those extra morning hours to really immerse yourself in the park. Acadia has over 158 miles of trails ranging from beginner, mid-level to challenging. Or take a day drive through the Carriage Roads to view some of America’s most awe-inspiring coastlines. Your opportunities for exploration are endless.
Cadillac Summit Road does require a pre-purchased parking pass. Passes can be PURCHASED HERE.
Morning hikes, afternoon soaks and evening s’mores at your very own fire experience just steps away from your tent. All after visiting one of America’s most iconic parks.
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