Title

Acadia National Park; A Peak Survival Guide: In midsummer, Maine's marquee national park is at its best- and, unignorably, its busiest. From town to trail, here's how to avoid the crowds, find the park's secret gems, and maker your Acadia adventure unforgettable

Date

8-2018

Pages

82-93

Abstract

Tips and tricks to enjoy a summertime trip to Acadia National Park which has seen 60% more visitors in the past decade. Learn to explore the quietside of things, scoot over to Schoodic, embrace the twilight, get out on the water, try new harbors, take a non-Acadia day trip, and learn about the new transportation plan for the park.

Subjects

Mount Desert Island, Mansell Mountain, Echo Lake Beach, Seal Cove Auto Museum, Ship Harbor, Schoodic Bike Trails, Lower Harbor Trail, Buck Cove Mountain, Schoodic Head, Beehive Trail, Pemetic Mountain, Cranberry Isles Sunset, Stargazing, Lamoine State park, Donnell Pond Public Reserved Land, Indian Point Blagden Preserve, Frenchboro Preserve, Bernard Mountain Trail, Thurston's Lobster Pound, Echo Lake Beach, Otter Cliff, Thunder Hole, National Park Service, Reservations, Cycling, Construction, Hills Cover Visitor Center, Porcupine Islands, Day Sails, Paddle the Ponds, Acadia Lobster Cruise, Southwest Harbor, Northeast Harbor, Winter Harbor

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