Acadia Nat’l Park is an easy day trip from any of our properties.
Our properties are away from the tour buses, cruise ships, traffic and tourists of the Bar Harbor and mid-coast area.
Information about Acadia National Park
- Private Vehicles $ 20.00 (7 Day Pass)
- Individuals on foot or bike $ 5.00 (7 Day Pass)
- Annual Pass (good 1 year from date of purchase) $ 40.00
- Gold Access Pass (Blind or permanently disabled individuals) Free (Lifetime – good in all national parks)
- Golden Age Pass (1 time fee – for those 62+ years) $ 10.00 (Lifetime – good in all national parks)
- National Park Pass (Good 1 year from date of purchase) $ 50.00 (Good in all national parks)
- Golden Eagle Pass* (Good 1 year from date of purchase) $ 15.00 (Good in all national parks)
Hiking and biking:
There are 120 miles of hiking trails and 45 miles of carriage roads for walking..
Bicycles are not allowed off-road or on hiking trails. Some park carriage roads are open to biking. Wear a helmet and obey all biking regulations.
- Stay to the right.
- Pass carefully to the left.
- Yield to others. Don’t obstruct the entire carriage road when you ride or walk. Move to the side when stopping or taking a break.
- Be prepared to stop. Stay in control.
- Gravel surfaces are loose, quick stops are dangerous.
- Let sight distance, traffic, and conditions govern speed.
- Dress for the weather and carry water.
- Use a map. Sign posts at intersections have numbers on them.
- Horses can occasionally be unpredictable. Move to the side and let them pass. Do not startle them.
- Cyclists: wear a helmet, and when approaching others from behind, call out or use your bell.
- Pets must be leashed. Maximum 6 foot leash.
- Leave no trace. Carry out what you carry in.
For more information, please visit the following website:
National Park Service – Plan Your Visit