Southwest of picturesque Bar Harbor (and about 160 miles from Portland, Maine) lies one of the most visited parks in the United States: Acadia National Park.
The nation's most easternmost national park, it's been long cherished by New Englanders, who come for blissful spaces in its most magnificent woods, and also for its sunrises: in fact, you'll be one of the first to see it, as this spot is one of the first places in the United States that it glimmers over the horizon.
There are many must-sees during a visit here. The island town, Bar Harbor, is one of them, as is driving along the scenic Park Loop Road, climbing the soaring heights of Cadillac Mountain and going to Sand Beach — arguably the best spot to take a dip in Acadia.
If you are looking for more leisurely activities to take part in, seek out Thunder Hole. One of the park's most famous attractions, and a spectacular natural phenomenon where you can experience the dramatic thunder of the sea on Maine's craggy coast.
Acadia National Park is cherished by New Englands who seek blissful escapism in its awe-inspiring beauty
Breathtaking coastlines, chocolate-box perfect towns and a distinctive natural beauty that changes with the seasons, a vacation to yachting capital New England surpasses all expectations.
To include a visit to Acadia National Park during your next yacht charter, please consult your chosen yacht charter broker.
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