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ABOUT VACATION RENTALS IN ACADIA NATIONAL PARK

Outdoor adventures in Acadia are plentiful. Hike in the Petit Manan and Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuges. Take a boat ride to to Machias Seal Island, the home of a puffin colony. Canoe through the St. Croix River. Bicycle through Acadia National Park. Or try fly-fishing in Grand Lake Stream. Vacationers can take in the scenery from the summit of Cadillac Mountain, on Mount Desert. This is the highest point on the Atlantic Coast in North America. Or there is the Coastal Trail at West Quoddy Head Lighthouse, in Lubec. Also, make sure to bike the lovely network of carriage paths in Acadia National Park, as well as hike the park's scenic trails and enjoy an island tradition of tea and popovers at the Jordan Pond House.
 
Mount Desert's ponds offer for some scenic canoeing but swimming is prohibited in ponds that serve as public water reservoirs. Acadia National Park vacation rentals has some 120 miles of hiking trails. The park is studded with low 'mountains', and almost all have trails with superb views of the ocean. For an easier hike in Acadia, find the parking lot at Day Mountain, between Seal Harbor and the Blackwoods campground. Views of the Cranberry Islands are good and you can glimpse the carriage roads as you gradually ascend.