Friday, August 25th is one of the two admission free days to Acadia National Park. The other day will be September 30th.

No admission fees will be collected on August 25th which is the National Park Service’s Birthday and on September 30th which is National Public Land’s Day.

Fees for Acadia National Park are $25 for private vehicles which admits a private vehicle and all occupants for 7 days. Motorcycle passes are $20 which admits a motorcycle and 1 or 2 passengers for 7 days. Per person pedestrian passes are $12 for 7 days. There is no admission fee for those 15 and under.  Seniors 62 and up are able to purchase a lifetime pass for $10.00, although this is scheduled to increase to $80 on August 28th and an annual pass will be available for $20. US citizens and permanent residents with permanent disabilities and active duty military personnel with their dependents (with proper documentation) are admitted for no charge.

Acadia National Park recently announced they were cracking down on Park visitors who did not have a valid pass.

Acadia National Park does offer a half off annual pass which is available December 1st through December 31st, where the normal fee of $50 is cut to $25.00