When I saw the freshly fallen snow outlining every cliff on Champlain Mountain, the scene begged for my attention!
Explore the history of Schooner Head, one of three rocky promontories that dominate the eastern shoreline of Mount Desert Island.
Although not traditionally known as a major winter destination, I think Acadia is one heck of a place to visit when the white stuff flies. This is the time of the year when many locals come together in our attempt to be patient as we await the first cross-country ski or snowshoe of the season.
National Parks are more important than ever, as they remain the epitome of wilderness, on a planet with less and less of it each and every day.
Hiking can be so many things. Going on a hike can be challenging & exhausting. It can also be easy & fun. Discover 5 reasons to hike Acadia National Park.
These apple cider whoopie pies are inspired by the classic apple cider doughnut and, true to form, are dusted with cinnamon sugar.
Explore the first installment of our Art in Acadia series with Emily Bracale. Take a walk in the autumn woods and learn more about making a leaf rubbing!
A visit to Acadia with young children is a chance to both disconnect and reconnect. Here, you can spend quality-time together and inspire your children through your love of the mountains, the forest and the ocean.
In 2016, in celebration of the National Park Service Centennial, the Academy of American Poets commissioned fifty poets to write poems about a park in each of the fifty states. Acadia’s poem was written by Christian Barter.
Acadia National Park is full of more natural wonders than can be counted. Sand Beach . . . Thunder Hole . . .Otter Cliffs . . .Cadillac Mountain . . .Popovers. . .Wait. . .say what? Yes – that’s right. Irresistibly yummy and totally magical. Popovers in Acadia National Park are legendary. In the summer, on Mount Desert Island, popovers almost outnumber visitors.