Acadia is very popular, especially in the summer and fall. Campsites fill up fast, so make your reservation as soon as possible.
Acadia has four campgrounds: Blackwoods, Seawall, Schoodic Woods, and Duck Harbor. Each one has its own pros and cons, depending on your preferences and budget.
Parking can be a hassle in Acadia, especially on busy weekends. Save yourself the stress and take the free Island Explorer bus around the park and to Bar Harbor.
Maine is notorious for its mosquitoes and black flies, especially in the early summer. Protect yourself from these pesky insects with bug spray and headnets.
Don’t bring firewood from outside the park, as it may contain invasive species that can harm the forest. Buy local firewood from nearby stores or campgrounds.
Acadia has some strict rules for camping, such as quiet hours, generator use, food storage, and fire safety.
Don’t miss the highlights, such as Cadillac Mountain, Jordan Pond, Thunder Hole, and Sand Beach.
Treat yourself to some fresh and delicious lobster rolls, clam chowder, or blueberry pie at one of the many restaurants in Bar Harbor or nearby towns.
Acadia is known for its spectacular sunrises and sunsets, which paint the sky and the sea in beautiful colors.
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