About Acadia National Park
Acadia National Park, located on the coast on Maine, has some of the most beautiful hikes in the entire country.
Not only can you hike through the park's many mountains, but there are also bike trails, nature walks, carriges trails and more.
There are hikes for people of all ages and experiences, although a few of the more difficult and beautiful ones are displayed on this page.
People may camp in the park and hike throughout the week as they please, or there are a variety of transportation options in the surrounding areas.
Visit the Acadia National Park Website to learn more.
Some Easier Hikes...If the more difficult hikes are not for you...
- Ship Harbor Ocean Trail-This hike is located along the rocky coast, and is ideal for new hikers, or those who don't want a difficult hike. The roundtrip is about 1.3 miles, and you may see many tidepool creatures along the way during low tide. Most of the trail follows along a thick wooded path, so there is a chance of seeing a variety of animals.
- Jordan Pond-This relatively easy trail is flat throughout mostof the hike, and is located around a beautiful pond that provides amazing scenery. The pond trail is only a mile long, and is located in the shade the majority of the walk. This is one of the easiest trails in the park
- Bubble Rock Trail-This trail is a bit more difficult than the two previous, but is still suitable for hikers just starting out. Not only is the trail not too difficult, but beautiful views of the park can be seen from the top of the mountain. The trail is 2 miles for the roundtrip.
Hiking Through Acadia
Explore Cadillac Mountain, where the sun first rises on the East Coast!
Explore Precipice Trail, which provides the best views in the entire park!
Explore The Beehive for an amazing view, and exciting hiking experience!