Best Things to Do in Acadia National Park
Whether you're hiking up Cadillac Mountain, hiding out on Sand Beach, or just driving along Park Loop Road, Acadia's attractions are all about enjoying the great outdoors. Adventurous activities are plentiful and when the season permits, leaf peeping and a wide range of winter sports are also popular. For the more leisurely traveler, natural phenomena like Otter Cliff and Thunder Hole awe as the fields by picturesque Jordan Pond provide the perfect place to spread an afternoon picnic and enjoy the simple pleasures of Maine.
Why go: Both the Jordan Pond Nature Trail (an easy stroll through the evergreens) and the Jordan ... read more»
Why go: Standing about 1,530 feet in height, Cadillac Mountain wins a lot of superlatives. Not ... read more»
Why go: Sand Beach is filled with sharp shells and its water rarely warms above 55 degrees ... read more»
Why go: The Carriage Roads are a 45-mile long network of paved paths lovingly designed and funded ... read more»
Why go: A raucous natural phenomenon, this semi-submerged cave booms an hour or two before high tide ... read more»