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The Weather in Acadia National Park
The above is a climate diagram for Acadia National Park. July is the warmest month in Acadia National Park with average maximum temperatures of 77°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 14° in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is February.
Book a cabin rental by Acadia National Park for a restful break
Originally inhabited by the Wabanaki people, Acadia National Park is the oldest American national park east of the Mississippi. Its topography weaves through craggy mountains, ocean shoreline, woodlands, and lakes. Book a vacation home just outside the park to truly experience the call of the wild.
The Acadia National Park region has begun to attract foodies thanks to a growing number of seasonal restaurants. Savor a local lobster roll, or delicious shrimp, crab, scallop, and haddock preparations. You'll also likely enjoy farm-fresh Maine blueberries, sausages, cheese, bread, and homemade ice cream. The family-run Abel’s Lobster Pound on Mount Desert Island is an institution, as is Jeannie’s Great Maine Breakfast in Bar Harbor.
History and culture
Mount Desert Island's most popular town, Bar Harbor, is frequently associated with its lobsters, yachts, and vibrant seashore community. While here, visit the unique College of the Atlantic which explores the relationship between the environment and humans. Next comes the 1875-built Egg Rock lighthouse located east of Mount Desert Island. Embark on the Carriages in the Park tour at Wildwood Stables to check out John D. Rockefeller's carriage roads. Islesford Historical Museum on Cranberry Island provides interesting insight into the lives of the Cranberry people. The Black Mansion in the town of Ellsworth houses rare period furniture dating back to the 19th century.
Important places to visit
Previously known as Green Mountain, Cadillac is the tallest mountain along the eastern coast of North America. Visitors often hike to the summit to catch "the nation's first sunrise." On a clear day, you can see across to the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Park Loop Road
Twenty-seven miles long, this road is used to navigate through Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island by vehicle. Special observation points and parking spaces are reserved at Sand Beach, Thunder Hole, and Otter Cliff, so be sure to stop and take pictures.
A challenging trail with rewarding views of Sand Beach and Great Head, Beehive is an Acadia classic. Hand-bars and rails are strategically placed to help hikers over difficult spots. Wear sunscreen and be cautious on the cliffs.
Free of motor vehicles, the Carriage Roads were financed by John D. Rockefeller, and specially created for the use of bikers, horse riders, and horse-drawn carriages on Mount Desert Island. You can also park at Eagle Lake and Jordan Pond and set out for a nice walk.
Formed by the Wisconsin Ice Sheet in the last glacial period, Jordan Pond is renowned for its crystal-clear water. The pond is home to Atlantic salmon, rainbow smelt, three-spined stickleback, and pumpkinseed sunfish. Humans and pets are therefore not allowed to swim in the pond, but relaxing nearby is welcome, and there is a restaurant on-site.
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