Places you should visit atleast once in Acadia National Park

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Standing about 1,530 feet in height, Cadillac Mountain wins a lot of superlatives


Cadillac Mountain

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Park visitors agree: riding along the 27-mile Park Loop Road is the best way to do a quick tour of Acadia (and makes a strong case for renting a car)

Park Loop Road


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Both the Jordan Pond Nature Trail (an easy stroll through the evergreens) and the Jordan Pond Shore Trail (a more..


Jordan Pond

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As the only portion of Acadia National Park that's actually located on the mainland, Schoodic Point isn't as easily accessible as some of the park's..

Schoodic Point


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If you want to experience a stunning sunrise without the crowds of Cadillac Mountain, head to the Bass Harbor Head..


Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse

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Sand Beach is filled with sharp shells and its water rarely warms above 55 degrees Fahrenheit

Sand Beach


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The Carriage Roads are a 57-mile long network of paved paths created and funded by John D


Carriage Roads

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The Precipice Trail is one of the most rewarding hikes in the park, as long as you have the guts to attempt it

Precipice Trail


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A raucous natural phenomenon, this semi-submerged cave booms an hour or two before high tide


Thunder Hole

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Another classic stop along the Park Loop Road, Otter Cliff is a giant 110-foot-high granite precipice with one of the most breathtaking ocean views on..

Otter Cliff


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