Acadia National Park is a breathless moment of natural beauty nestled along Maine's coast. This is one national treasure you'll never forget.
A gem of the coast of Maine, Acadia National Park is perfect for the wanderluster looking to explore hiking trails, or the foodie looking for a quaint restaurant to try downtown.

Acadia National Park

5 minute drive

We encourage everyone who visits the campground to experience the beauty of our National Park. Primarily set on Maine's Mount Desert Island, the park is 47,000 acres of sweeping Atlantic views and mountain sites.

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Bar Harbor

25 minute drive

Nestled next to Acadia National Park, this charming town is a perfect spot for anyone looking to do some leisurely shopping or end the day after a hike through the park. Make sure you visit their botanical garden while in town!

Campobello Island

60 minute drive

This enchanting island is the only inhabited island of Campobello. But don't let it's size fool you! Campobello Island is a natural treasure trove perfect for camping, hiking, and beach days.

Venture off the campground to explore Acadia National Park with local tour guides. Events are seasonal and recurring. Call ahead to schedule and confirm your reservation, and check their website for more fun events during your stay!
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Islesford Historic & Scenic Cruise
Baker Island Cruise
Acadia's Night Sky Festival
Explore the connections between people and the sea on a ranger-led boat tour of Great Harbor and Somes Sound, with a visit to the Islesford Historical Museum on Little Cranberry Island.

Tuesday to Friday & Sunday
September 28 to October 16
Join Rangers on a cruise along coastal Acadia and observe seabirds and marine mammals.  Then, explore beautiful Baker Island, its homestead, lighthouse and history on a 1 hour, 1 mile walking tour. Terrain requires good mobility and footwear. Not recommended for young children. No pets or strollers. No restrooms on Baker Island.

Tuesday to Thursday
June 18 to September 5
Join rangers on this unique program at Sand Beach to view and learn about Acadia’s amazing night sky! Dress warmly, bring something to lie on, and please minimize flashlight use to preserve night vision. Use of stairs required to access the beach viewing site. Social distancing requested during the program.

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
September 29 to October 3
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Acadia's Junior Rangers at
Schoodic Woods
Carriage Road Bike Tour
Written in the Rocks
Calling all kids! Explore Acadia and learn about the wonders of nature around you. Open to children 12 and under (and their families!), this free event is the perfect way for families to spend the afternoon. Wheelchair accessible.

Friday & Saturday
September 1 to October 6
Follow a ranger on a bike ride through the natural beauty of Acadia Park, free of cars. This moderate ride is 6 miles and sign up price includes a 21-speed bike for the day and a helmet.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday
September 6 to October 15
Want a free event that rocks?  During this guided tour, you'll follow a Park Interpreter on an ocean-side walk to explore the stunning geological beauty of Acadia's Mount Desert Island.

August 2 to October 2
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