hiking

views

walking

wild flowers

wildlife

nature trips

birding

forest

trail running

dogs on leash

kid friendly

lake

beach

no dogs

cross country skiing

mountain biking

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.

hiking
4 days ago

Cool and cloudy to start but can't beat the views in whatever weather. Started up North Bubble from BR parking lot, followed northward to Connors Nubble; continue the loop by descending north side of Connors Nubble and return via Eagle Lake trail and carry trail. Some fun rock scrambling along shore of Eagle Lake.

This mountain is one of my favorites so far, once you reach the top the view is so beyond beautiful, I'd say this is a good hike if you enjoy climbing rocks,a bit challenging but it has some nice elevation gain. I would rate this hike as hard, but totally worth it.

Took kiddos and dogs and loved all of it. Short but the view is amazing!!

I have done this hike a few times. It is one of my favorite hikes. Today was extra challenging because the rocks were wet from recent rain but extra beautiful because of the mini waterfalls coming over the cliffs after the rain.

Fantastic experience. Definitely worth it.

Nice walk around the lake. Mostly flat although there is one part that requires a bit of rock clambering. Was fine for me (an out of shape, inexperienced hiker) but for someone elderly or that has slight mobility problems just be aware.

Great views, really enjoyed it. It took me around 1 hr 20 mins to walk the whole loop, stopping once or twice to enjoy the views.

Not a moderate trail but the hike and views were spectacular. You can take take dogs but there are some tough climbing and scrambling sections that gave our 10 yr Aussie (and 3 yr Aussie for that matter) a bit of a hard time. Wouldn't take them again.

hiking
11 days ago

We did this Trail with our four-year-old and two-year-old. It was definitely easy enough for them both and the views were amazing and we all enjoyed the stairway to the mansion's foundation and the rocky beach. Definitely a favorite.

We loved the hike and the view.

I'm terrified of heights and it was so worth it.