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Lodging Options for Acadia National Park

In the early days of the park, philanthropist John Rockefeller Jr. oversaw the construction of many conservative roads that still exist today. Read more...

He also funded the preservation of the gardens at Reef Point Estate and the decoration of the park’s roads by the estate’s landscape architect. Hikers, kayakers, fishermen, and boaters will enjoy the park’s abundant resources. The park’s largest natural monument is Mount Desert Island, and it is easily accessible from the mainland by the bridge.

Looking for a place to stay near Acadia National Park? Try the Bar Harbor Grand Hotel. Opened in 2003 and built in the grand hotel style of the 1800s, this luxurious hotel features 70 deluxe rooms and 2-bedroom units. Located just over a mile from the entrance to Acadia National Park, it is the perfect setting for your vacation base camp.

The Bar Harbor Inn and Spa located on historic Frenchman Bay offers daily afternoon coffee and homemade cookies as well as access to health club facilities to burn off those extra calories. This kid-friendly hotel offers a half mile of shoreline path, eight acres of lawns and gardens, and a luxurious fireplace in the main lodge. The 70 rooms are tastefully appointed with traditional New England simplicity. The main lodge is cedar-shingled and has a large patio on which one can relax after a long day on the trails. Other full-service hotel options near Acadia National Park include the Acadia Inn, the Atlantic Oceanside, the Bar Harbor Days Inn Motel, and the Bar Harbor Hotel Bluenose Inn.