Our Favorite Things to Do at Acadia National Park

Acadia is one of the top 10 most visited national parks in the U.S. However, it’s not one of the easiest parks to visit simply because of its remote location.

Tucked away in the state’s northeast corner, Maine is home to this stunning location. It offers tourists sites of waves crashing on rocks and forested lands careening into the sea.

We’ve touched on a few of our favorite things to do at Acadia National Park, even if you only have one day to spend here.

If you want to experience the first light in the Cadillac Mountain is definitely the place to be. You can pay a visit between October 7 and March 6.

Watch a Sunrise from Cadillac Mountain

The 45 miles of the park’s carriage roads provide perfect terrain with a crushed rock surface – perfect for bike riding. 

Explore the Park on Two Wheels

Canoeing and kayaking with the glacier-carved landscape as a backdrop offer an unforgettable experience unlike any other.

Walk Around Jordan Pond

Jordan Pond House Restaurant is especially known for its classic afternoon tea and popovers that they’ve served up to patrons over the years.

Eat Popovers at Jordan Pond House Restaurant

Once the tide is low, a naturally carved-out inlet gives visitors spectacular views of ocean cliffs.

Experience the Power of Nature at Thunder Hole

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