“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.
The relationship between the Wabanaki and Acadia is millennia-old, complex, and ongoing.
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.
Acadia’s new superintendent, Kevin Schneider, comes to Maine from a gig as deputy superintendent at Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park.
It took a starry-eyed aristocrat to transform exclusive MDI into a shared national treasure.
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.