Acadia National Park is a dream vacation destination, with beautiful woodlands and flora surrounded by lakes, ponds, and wetlands. Home to a vast variety of wildlife, its inhabitants include three squirrel species, black bears, fox, moose, porcupines, and more, as well as over 200 species of birds. The park boasts 26 significant mountain rises, and several marine species can be observed in the surrounding waters, including seals and whales.
Something for Every Season
Whether you love to hike, kayak, rock climb, cycle, or swim, there’s something for everyone. Take a car or bus tour along the park’s paved loop road, or ride horseback along vehicle-free carriage roads while you enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. From mid-May to mid-October you can learn about the park’s natural and cultural history in one of the programs led by park rangers. Winter visitors can enjoy cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing.
All this and more awaits visitors in one of the country’s most beautiful national treasures.