With an elevation of approximately 1,530 feet, Cadillac Mountain is outstanding. It is not only the tallest mountain in the park.
Park visitors agree: Riding along the 27-mile Park Loop Road is the best way to take a quick tour of Acadia.
The Jordan Pond Nature Trail and the Jordan Pond Shore Trail both lead to the picturesque and pleasant relief of Jordan Pond.
The only part of Acadia National Park that is actually located on the mainland.
If you want to experience a stunning sunrise without the crowds of Cadillac Mountain, head to Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse.
Sand Beach is full of spiked seashells and its water rarely warms above 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Carriage Road is a 45-mile network of paved roads built and funded by John D. Rockefeller Jr. from 1913 to 1940.
The Precipice Trail is one of the most rewarding hikes in the park, as long as you have the guts to try it.
A raucous natural phenomenon, this semi-submerged cave booms an hour or two before high tide.
Another classic stop along Park Loop Road, Otter Cliff is a massive 110-foot-tall granite rock.