Acadia National Park is located off the coast of Maine. This park is created on Mount Desert Island as well as many other islands. This is the oldest national park of east of the Mississippi river. Acadia is the home place to Isle au Haut, the Schoodic Peninsula, Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, and Cadillac Mountain, the tallest peak along with the eastern seaboard.
- Activities in Acadia National Park
This place is the best place for enjoying activities like hiking, camping, boating, bicycling, fishing, picnicking, or horseback riding. The activities consisted of skiing, snowmobiling, as well as ice fishing, which are available for winter season. The place remains open throughout the year. There are some attractions that one can visit Acadia National Park, which get closed during the winter season.
- Know more about the place
Acadia consisted of 47,000 acres which offers natural features such as mountains, rocky coastline, forests, marshlands, ponds, and fields. This place also gives the diversity of the species which mainly comprises of mollusks, mammals, raptors, and reptiles. You can also enjoy watching whales, peregrine falcons, seals, moose, foxes, herons, salamanders and toads while exploring the park.
The place is home to Bar Harbor, Seal Clove, and Southwest Harbor and comprises of Acadia National Park’s acreage. You can go through the park’s carriage paths, which is commissioned by John D. Rockefeller in the year 1915 when it is to explore the island. IT is up to you how you want to travel the park by bicycle, on foot or horseback, you will be able to explore the interior free from huge crowds and cars. Once you are through with the outdoor adventure, you can start up with shopping and dining in Bar Harbor, Northeast Harbor and Southwest Harbor.
- Don’t forget to visit Asticou Azalea Garden
This is the most mesmerizing places where you can see visual delights. The design consisted of fluid, which allow immense of the interlacing discoveries which will yield into delightful pause as go through the pathways which is bordered with thoughtful and colorful charm. You can sit on any of the benches and feel the aroma.
Timings: Monday to Friday 11:00 am to 7 Pm.