The Maine National Park Where You Can Hike Across Several Stone Bridges Is A Grand Adventure

Acadia National Park is arguably the prettiest place in all of Maine. Not every state can boast of having a national park within its borders and yet we have made the practice of enjoying this wonderful land. There are several stone bridges in Acadia, Maine, that date back to the early 1900s. These bridges are beautiful pieces of history preserved for us to enjoy. How many of these bridges have you seen while traveling to our national park?

These bridges in Acadia, Maine, certainly make for a great adventure. You can walk, bike, or horseback on the carriage trails to find all of these beautiful gems of the past. You can also seek them out each time you travel to the park, either way, this is just a small example of the great bridges hidden in the park. Check out this full list of bridges on the Acadia National Park page and let us know how many you have found in the comments below.  

While you are visiting Acadia take a nice pleasant stroll around Jordan Pond

Address: Acadia, ME 04762, USA

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