Hiking Trails & Paths
Acadia National Park has over 120 miles of hiking trails and paths that range from a category of very easy to strenuous. These varied and often interconnected trails combine with the Carriage Roads to give the day hiker an attractive array of options to choose from.
There are many parking areas along the Park Loop Road where you can leave your vehicle during your hike. In addition, there are many more conveniently located along various roads in the Park and on Mount Desert Island. Before leaving on your walk, be sure to become familiar with and follow the hiking safety rules.
The only camping allowed within Acadia National Park is in the Blackwoods Campground and Seawall Campground. For camping options outside of the national park, view campground listings at AcadiaMagic.com.
The number of hiking trails is so numerous that it makes it impractical to list them here in any detail. However, there is an informative list available with photos at the following address:
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