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Acadia National Park - Maine

Acadia National Park has something for everyone. Located near Bar Harbor, Maine, it features coastal vistas, mountains, streams, trails, rivers, architecture and horticultural gardens. Read more...

Abundant flora and fauna populate the park. Established in 1919 Acadia National Park is the oldest park east of the Mississippi River. Located in coastal Maine it was first discovered in the 17th century by the explorer Champlain. Four centuries later the landscape remains largely unchanged. While the park itself is only one percent of the landmass of Maine, it contains fifty percent of the state’s native vascular plant species. These rich faunae support a variety of wildlife available for the viewing such as black bears, iconic moose, beavers, deer, and fox. Peregrine falcons nest in the park each summer, and for their protection, some of the park’s trails are closed during this time.