Acadia National Park
Things to do and learn
Kids will feel like professions as they climb rocks on the oceans edge Very professional and friendly guides at both of the two climbing schools in town.
Car free carriage roads run through Acadia making it a great place for family cycling
- Great hiking destination for families with a range of options from very easy to strenuous. Hike through forests to rocky shores, along granite ledges or up Acadia Mountain. There are gorgeous views and lots to stop and do along the way.
With forty-five miles of rustic carriage roads weaving through the mountains and valleys of the park, Acadia is a wonderful place to get your whole family up on horseback.
With great shops, interactive family theater, great restaurants and ice cream shops Bar Harbor is the perfect family friendly town.
Your kids will be fascinated as they go along on a live underwater dive with Diver Ed's Dive in Theater.
All animals have adaptations suited for their environments. Study the animals in Acadia and their unique adaptations.
Take a nature walk and become an expert at the different species of trees and fauna of Acadia.
Uncover the science of rock climbing by studying how pulleys work.
A land bridge that opens up at low tide becomes a great place to see lots of the sea creatures that call Frenchman Bay Home. Take a walk across to Bar Island for a hike before high tide comes back to cover that bridge