Experiencing One Of The Most Scenic Views In Maine Will Now Require A Reservation

One of the most visited spots in Maine is Acadia National Park. Surprised? Neither are we! The Northeast’s only national park sits right on the coast and offers tons of hiking, sightseeing, and beauty for both tourists and locals alike. While we’re proud that it’s right here in Maine, we can’t pretend that we love how busy it gets in the summer. Cars line up to enter and even the most peaceful spots are overrun by excited visitors who love this state just as must as anyone else. This year, in an attempt to cut back on congestion, the park will be limiting visitors to one of its most popular spots. Here’s what you’ll need to know if you simply can’t miss it!

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Cadillac Mountain reservations can be made on the nps.gov website two days prior to the day you’d like to visit. Bookings can be made for a daytime trip or a sunrise trip and the cost is $6 per car. You can learn more about visiting Acadia National Park on the official website.

Acadia is an incredible way to enjoy the state, but it’s not affordable for everyone. Luckily you can explore on a budget by visiting Acadia National Park in Maine on these 6 days when entry is free.

Address: Cadillac Mountain, Bar Harbor, ME 04609, USA