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Acadia National Park Vacation Guide

By Laura - Freelance Writer - Article Added ( 09/04/2009 )



One of Maine’s most popular vacation destinations, Acadia National Park is located in scenic “Downeast,” Maine. The Park is an example of Maine’s greatest natural beauty, and is open year round to the public. Visitors come from all over the world to explore the coastal cliffs of Mount Desert Island and hike the loop of Cadillac Mountain. Popular activities include taking ranger led nature exploration walks, camping, hiking and eating at the famous Jordan Pond House. Though outdoor activities are most popular, visits to the Nature Center and the Islesford Historical Museum are a must. From weddings, to family trips, Acadia National Park provides a beautiful backdrop for any event.

Things To Do And Places To Stay Near Acadia National Park:

Acadia Cottages: Acadia Cottages offers self-catering cottages nestled in a lightly wooded setting minutes away from Acadia National Park.

Coastal Kayaking Tours: Coastal Kayaking Tours provides small-group sea kayaking tours of the Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park region.

Acadia Bike: Acadia Bike, with three decades in business, maintains the largest fleet of rental bicycles in New England.

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Source: Maine Vacation Guide

About The Author: Laura G



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