hiking

views

walking

nature trips

wild flowers

birding

wildlife

forest

trail running

dogs on leash

kid friendly

lake

beach

no dogs

mountain biking

cross country skiing

horseback riding

road biking

dog friendly

waterfall

Acadia National Park attracts more than two million visitors each year. With many different facilities and attractions in the park, there is something to interest everyone. Hiking, and Mountain Biking are among the most popular activities in Acadia National Park. There are freshwater, estuary, forest, and intertidal habitats.

There were a few parts that were fun, maybe because of the wee ones with us. All very doable, it’s was foggy and slick when we hiked it and all made it up no problems with the rungs.
Beautiful views and pictures. Found a great painted rock ‘Kilroy was here’ left by a group from PA who paint rocks and leave them as souvenirs

hiking
14 days ago

fun hike

hiking
14 days ago

Best hike, climb in the park, well maintained , might want to be in shape to reduce risk, good photo ops

hiking
14 days ago

great hike with some cool views

hiking
15 days ago

hiking
16 days ago

I started at Jordan pond and ascended up south bubble to north bubble to Conor’s nubble and then started back via eagle lake trail and Jordan pond carry back to Jordan pond for a loop. Going up south bubble is pretty much straight up and for someone not use to hiking can be pretty challenging but after that summit the others are fairly easy. Great views of Jordan pond and eagle lake. I thought eagle lake trail would be more like Jordan pond trail but I was wrong. Definitely more rugged. But overall great hike