Acadia National Park

Bar Harbor, Maine

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We’ll begin our scenic journey with America’s easternmost national park. Here, majestic cliffs rising sharply from the ocean are pounded constantly by the surf. Within the park is the highest point on the Atlantic seaboard, Cadillac Mountain, which rises 1,530 feet above sea level. Besides the park’s beautiful cliffs and scenic coast, it is an area of great diversity in vegetation. This guide explains in detail how to tour the park. In addition to a park map the details include driving tours, outdoor recreation, accommodations, campgrounds, dining, and more.
Great American Wilderness: Touring America's National Parks

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Great American Wilderness: Touring America's National Parks

by Larry H. Ludmer (Hunter Publishing)

We’ll begin our scenic journey with America’s easternmost national park. Here, majestic cliffs rising sharply from the ocean are pounded constantly by the surf. Within the park is the highest point on the Atlantic seaboard, Cadillac Mountain, which rises 1,530 feet above sea level. Besides the park’s beautiful cliffs and scenic coast, it is an area of great diversity in vegetation.

This guide explains in detail how to tour the park. In addition to a park map the details include driving tours, outdoor recreation, accommodations, campgrounds, dining, and more.

©  Larry H. Ludmer/Hunter Publishing. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Scenic Drives
Nearby City: Bar Harbor
Season: The park is open all year, although the Park Loop Road is closed in winter.
Local Contacts: Contact information for the park, accommodations, and dining are included in the eTrail.
Driving Directions: Directions to Acadia National Park

Recent Trail Reviews

7/25/2010
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I've made the trip up to Maine 3 times now, and every time I go I always visit Acadia. The park is beautiful. The trails are numerous and all worth doing. The park really gives you a new appreciation for nature. I love it here.



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