There are many beautiful places to visit in the Acadia National Park. Here is a list of some of them...
Cadillac Mountain is the highest mountain in this park. You can get incredible views of the major attractions in the park. You can capture beautiful sunrise snaps from here.
Schoodic Point is a secluded area best known for the view of waves crashing against the rocky seashores & granite headlands. You can view the majestic Cadillac Mountain from here.
Thunder Hole is a natural wonder on Park Loop Road. Waves crash at the submerged caves and the sound produced is almost like a thunderstorm. The water sprays can reach as far as 40 feet.
Park Loop Road is a 27-mile scenic route that gifts travelers amazing panoramic views of nature. You can also drive through this route to visit major Acadia National park attractions.
You can head to the Bass Harbor lighthouse to catch the incredible view of sunrise and the ocean. You can also spot various seals & dolphins near the lighthouse.
Jordan Pond has one of the prettiest natural ponds in Acadia. You can stroll along the trails surrounding the pond & enjoy the breathtaking views of the water body bordered by mountains.
Otter Cliff is a 100ft granite escarp that offers its visitors spectacular ocean views on the East Coast. Adventure lovers prefer rock climbing on the steep ledges of granite rock.
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