Park Loop Road is a 27-mile loop through Mount Desert Island. This very scenic road connects several of Acadia’s popular spots.
The Beehive Trail, Precipice Trail, and Jordan Cliffs Trail are the most thrilling hikes in the park, where hikers cling to the exposed cliffs on iron rungs.
Due to its location and height, Cadillac Mountain is one of the first spots in the United States to view the sunrise.
John D. Rockfeller Jr. played a huge role in funding and building the carriage roads that crisscross Mount Desert Island.
Located on Park Loop Road, this pretty beach is worth a quick stop. This is where you get to see an iconic stretch of Maine coastline.
Thunder Hole is a small inlet where the waves roll up against the rocks, creating a thunderous sound.