You’ll Love These 8 Perfect Camping Spots At Maine’s Only National Park

Maine has lots of ways to enjoy the outdoors. Whether you prefer the coast or hunkering down among the pines further inland, there’s no shortage of ways to sleep outside. But, there’s one spot that might be the best of all. Acadia National Park is Maine’s only national park, but one is all you need when it’s this special. Located along a rocky coast, the views are second-to-none and the trails could keep you busy all summer. Next time you have a hankering for a few nights under the stars, go all out do some camping in Acadia National Park in Maine. These camping spots are some of the best in the state!

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Only have a day? These are the 8 things you must do on a one-day trip to Acadia National Park.