“Early morning is the time to be in the park. All the senses are heightened in the quiet, delicate light; you hear birds singing from every direction, animals rustling in the woods, streams running. . . .”
In the summer, MDI has the world’s highest popover density. Here are a few favorite popover providers.
In 1883, an enterprising local named Francis H. Clergue built a narrow-gauge cog railway to the top of Cadillac Mountain — then called Green Mountain.
Gardening and landscaping have always been big among the MDI gentry, and the island today is speckled with serene spots to enjoy the fruits of their leisure.
Acadia’s new superintendent, Kevin Schneider, comes to Maine from a gig as deputy superintendent at Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park.
Early Morning looking out at Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse By Terry Wilshire
Test your knowledge of Acadia trivia and win the patches and (yes!) the tchotchke seen here. We’ll even throw in a Down East cap that you can sew the patches on.
Photographed by Michael Piazza Styled by Catrine Kelty ne Victorian writer described the clambake as the “jolliest festival” of New England summers. A feast…
I took these while visiting May 9, 2016. By Laura Rinehart.
From the article “Burning the Barrens” by Ken Textor in the May 1995 issue.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from March.
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