Half Price Passes to Acadia National Park are still available at the Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce's Visitor's Center at the corner of Cottage and Main Street but just until noon on Sunday, December 31st.
With wind gusts up to 70 miles per hour predicted for Coastal Maine on Monday morning, October 30th you just had to know that Thunder Hole in Acadia National Park would be thundering and booming with huge waves!
The National Park Service is proposing increasing fees at select highly visited national parks -- including Acadia National Park -- during peak visitor seasons to generate needed revenue for improvements to the infrastructure including roads, bridges, campgrounds, waterlines, bathrooms and other vis…
The National Park Service is inviting photographers and other artists to submit digital images for use on Acadia National Park's 2018 Annual Pass. The selected image will appear on thousands of annual passes purchased by visitors from all over the country.
The National Park Service released Acadia National Park's Foundation Document online on Tuesday, October 3rd. The Foundation Document first published in 2016, serves as the underlying guidance for all management and planning decisions in Acadia.
There is a Beach Hazard Warning in effect today, Sunday, September 24th until 8PM. Areas affected include Acadia National Park, Lamoine Beach, Schoodic Point Peninsula, Castine, Roque Bluffs State Park and Quoddy Head State Park.
Tonight is the night! There are hundreds of people at Mount Desert Island High School Saturday night, September 23rd for the 9th Annual Acadian Night Sky Festival and the Cadillac Mountain Star Party! The weather is supposed to be great, and you can catch the free shuttles up to Cadillac Mountain fr…