Two and a half million people visit Acadia National Park each year, making it one of the country’s most popular national parks. Its 47,000 acres and 120 miles of trails encompass rocky peaks and shorelines, lush bogs, and lakes buried within deep valleys. The park occupies about half of Mount Desert Island and also includes the Schoodic Peninsula, Isle au Haut, and some small, nearby islands.
The visitor center should be your first stop. There you can watch an introductory film, examine a large relief map of the area, and browse through maps and other publications pertaining to Acadia.
Acadia National Park, ME - Hiking - Trail Length: 4.1