Acadia National Park

Acadia consistently ranks among the most-visited national parks in the U.S. and offers ocean trails, more than 20 small mountains, sand beaches, lakes and abundant wildlife. It is the only national park in Maine and New England, and is comprised of more than 35,000 acres of pristine land on Mount Desert Island, Isle au Haut and the Schoodic Peninsula. The park includes 45 miles of historic carriage roads perfect for bicycling and offers scenic views of the surrounding landscape and ocean vistas. There are several options for bike rentals nearby.

Price Point: $5/person or $20/full vehicle (good for 7 days)

Located on the rugged coast of Maine, Acadia National Park encompasses over 47,000 acres of granite-domed mountains, woodlands, lakes and ponds, and ocean shoreline. Such diverse habitats create striking scenery and make the park a haven for wildlife and plants. Acadia National Park protects the beautiful coastline, lakes, and mountains where visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, and outstanding scenery.