nature trips

wild flowers




trail running

dogs on leash

kid friendly



no dogs

mountain biking

cross country skiing

horseback riding

road biking

dog friendly


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.

19 hours ago

My favorite hike in Acadia. There’s some people but far less than many of the other trails. Great views.

A definite must hike if you’re spending any more than a few days at Acadia.

20 hours ago

One of the nicer trails in Acadia especially during the fall.

20 hours ago

Nice views but you won’t lack for company. Parking is horrible during peak times.

20 hours ago

Don’t even consider doing this trail unless you have hiking boots or heavy sneakers. Not for young kids. It is fantastic though.

3 days ago

Very easy trail w some beautiful views and wooden bridges. Nice in November as it’s not crowded and was able to go w my pup.

Great trail and views for anyone hiking with their dog. Challenging yet no ladders or rungs to climb up or down a a dog. You get to see the bowl and I️ even hiked up to the summit of beehive. Obviously couldn’t go down that way w my pup, but we got to see what it looked like. A little confusing towards the end and I️ ended up actually backtracking the way I️ came, but it allowed me to take the Cadillac cliffside trail back.

Good steady climb to beautiful vistas. Sturdy ladders are.part of the fun.

There was no meadow...it was a golf course...and this trail is less than 2 miles, where the F did 8 miles come from? Does no one check that these listings are remotely Accurate? I ended up wandering around on some other trails which were nearby and Much better