Acadia National Park

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Located on Mount Desert Island, Acadia National Park is a patchwork of rock-bound coasts, soaring granite cliffs, and a mixture of sand and cobblestone beaches, with glacier-carved mountains rising abruptly from the island, cradling lakes, meadows, and marshes in their valleys.

Explore the park during the autumn, driving along the 20-mile Park Loop Road and experience the spectacular display of colours melting from green to yellow to bright red in a spectacular display of New England’s autumn foliage. Swim in Acadia's two lifeguarded beaches—Sand Beach or Echo Lake Beach—or head to the Islesford Historical Museum, which tells the story of the inhabitants of Cranberry Island.