From the article “Acadia National Park: Mountain Playground by the Sea” by Herbert J. Seligmann in our August 1959 issue.
Rainy day fun, learning escapes, family activities, and more: a few (okay, more than a few) things to do when you’re not hiking or eating popovers.
One writer’s earliest childhood memory: fleeing the blaze that forever changed Bar Harbor.
An hour’s drive from Bar Harbor, on the far side of Frenchman Bay, the already-scenic Schoodic Peninsula is now even more inviting.
The park is a day hiker’s paradise with some 125 miles of trails, from shoreline strolls to rocky, exposed ridge routes. Here are a few of our favorites.
They’re not Maine’s highest mountains, but there’s something undeniably majestic about Acadia’s rounded and (mostly) bald-topped peaks.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from October’s, Cadillac Mountain picture.
We took a group of our readers on an unforgettable week of photography and exploration in Acadia National Park, along with some of our favorite contributing photographers.
A public bathroom in Seal Harbor donated by John D. Rockefeller is in danger of falling to pieces.
Why stargazers are flocking to Mount Desert Island and looking up.
15 of the many reasons to love Acadia National Park.
Sprint across floating lobster crates. Build a fire without matches. Rent a VIP limo for your dog. Photo: William Cullina Unique Athletic Competition Lobster…