Acadia National Park is a rich
landscape, home to picturesque mountains, lush woodlands, sparkling lakes, and
sandy ocean shores. In just 65 square miles, you will find islands ripe for
exploration, mountain peaks with remarkable views, and tons of outdoor
activities for visitors of all ages!
- FUN FACTS –
*At 1,500ft, Cadillac Mountain is the tallest on the East Coast.
*The area became a National Park in 1919, making it the oldest east of
the Mississippi River.
*There are 26 mountains and 26 lakes 7 ponds in the park.
*There are approximately 120 miles of hiking trails in the park.
What is the best time to visit the Park?
Winter: During the winter months, the temperatures vary -10 to 0 degrees Celsius
and averages around 5ft of snow.
Spring: Temperatures rise to a maximum of around 20 degrees and the snow
melt can make the ground wet and muddy.
Summer: Very popular time to visit with lots of activities available and temperatures
up in the high 20’s.
Autumn: The weather is crisp, and the fall colours look spectacular and it’s
a great time for outdoor activities such as hiking.
Where to Stay?
Arcadia National Park has some great options for camping, check out some
Schoodic Woods Campground – Open May to October and just a short 15-minute walk to the ocean. Also,
the free park shuttle bus stops here.
Blackwoods Campground – There are a few RV sites available here and it is also on the free
shuttle bus route around the park.
Smuggler’s Den Campground – A great full-service campground with hook ups close to the park.
Things to Do
a sunrise –
Be one of the first to see the sun in the whole country when you watch the
sunrise from the summit of Cadillac Mountain.
Enjoy a day at the beach – Sand Beach: This 870ft long beach is one of
the most popular in the park.
Take some great photos – Visit the Bass Harborhead Lighthouse built in
the late 1800’s for a great photo opportunity.
For more information and
how to book, contact your tour operator
Posted by: Cruise America & Canada RV Rentals Inc
Posted on: 28/07/2020