Acadia National Park
157 locals recommend
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Absolutely beautiful park. Worth braving the crowds! If it's too crowded for hiking, the loop road is a very scenic drive.
Endless possibilities to hike, bike, birdwatching, kayak, sailing, whale watching,canoe,horse carriages all in our beautiful National Park
Hiking, walking, biking, sightseeing. Lots of great views and great activities on offer.
Acadia National Park is breathtaking. If you do not want to hike in the park, there is a 27 mile drive you can take around the park.
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