Acadia National Park's terrain encompasses an ocean shoreline, woodlands, lakes and mountains in scenery created by sweeping glaciers during the last ice age, 18,000 years ago. A must - visit!
In the park you can explore 125 miles of hiking trails. There are also 45 miles of carriage roads, installed by philanthropist John D Rockefeller – closed to cars, they are ideal for cycling. Activities for water lovers include kayaking and canoeing, and there are two beaches suitable for freshwater and salt water swimming.