Located on an island hugging the coast of Maine, Acadia National Park is one of the state's leading natural attractions. While not teeming with wildlife in the way backcountry Maine is, it is still a worthy park and blessed with magnificent views.
Many come to Maine for the autumn colors, which peak in Acadia National Park during the first two weeks of October.
There are roughly 120 miles of trails in Acadia, with the longest being the tough 7.4 miles of Cadillac Mountain's South Ridge.
Wild blueberries grow on the slopes of Cadillac Mountain and are ripe for picking in October and early November.
Pets are not permitted on the beach or in public buildings, but are otherwise allowed in the park if kept on a leash.
Acadia is thought to be one of the best birdwatching spots in the country, with 338 recorded species having been seen in the area.
Acadia National Park suffered a small earthquake in October 2006 of magnitude 4.2.
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