Acadia National Park offers a diverse range of activities, from scenic drives and hikes to coastal exploration and wildlife encounter

Whale Watching: Embark on a whale-watching tour from Bar Harbor and witness the incredible marine life of the Gulf of Maine

Cadillac Mountain: Catch the sunrise or sunset from the summit of Cadillac Mountain, the highest point along the North Atlantic seaboard

Park Loop Road: Drive along the scenic Park Loop Road, a 27-mile loop that offers stunning vistas, rocky coastlines, and access to various park

Jordan Pond Path: Take a leisurely hike along the Jordan Pond Path, a 3.3-mile loop trail that encircles the picturesque Jordan Pond

Precipice Trail: For a thrilling adventure, tackle the Precipice Trail. This challenging trail leads you along exposed cliffs, iron rungs, and ladder

Jordan Pond House: Indulge in a traditional pop-over at the Jordan Pond House, a historic restaurant located by Jordan Pond

Sand Beach: Spend a relaxing day at Sand Beach, a stunning pocket beach nestled between granite cliff

Carriage Roads: Bike or walk along the historic carriage roads in Acadia National Park. These picturesque paths wind through the park's forest

Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse: Visit the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, one of the most photographed lighthouses in Maine