where you can see over 400 native plant species in 13 habitats that represent the park’s diversity.
A 4-mile round-trip trail that follows the rocky shoreline and offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Otter Cliffs.
Such as kayaking, canoeing, sailing, or swimming in the lakes or the ocean.
A 27-mile scenic route that circles the park and passes by many attractions, such as Sand Beach, Thunder Hole, and Cadillac Mountain.
Which usually peaks in mid-October. You can take a drive, a hike, or a carriage ride to admire the autumn scenery.
A historic landmark that dates back to 1858 and stands on the southern tip of Mount Desert Island.
Such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, or snowmobiling. You can find groomed trails, frozen ponds, and open fields to enjoy the snow.
The highest point in the park and the first place in the US to see the sun rise from October to March.
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