See the Park
- First and foremost,
visit Acadia National Park
and tour the Loop Road,
stopping at such notable sights as Thunder Hole and the peak of Cadillac Mountain.
Take a break at the
Jordan Pond House for tea and popovers.
- Take a hike on over 125 miles of beautiful and well-maintained
Trails vary from easy yet scenic to very strenuous and challenging.
Our favorite trail in the scenic yet easy category is the Ship Harbor Trail
close to Ann's Point Inn and near the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse.
The picturesque and oft-photographed Bass Harbor Lighthouse is well worth a stop
and is featured on the 2011 National Park Annual Pass which is sold throughout the USA.
- Rent a bike from
Southwest Cycle Shop in Southwest Harbor
and explore the 45 miles of
in Acadia National Park, built by John D. Rockefeller between 1913 and 1940.
- Tour Acadia's famous carriage roads in a
79 Ann's Point Road, Bass Harbor ME 04653,