A 55-acre tract of land at Acadia National Park in Maine would be transformed into space for affordable housing for seasonal workers at the park and Mount Desert Island residents under legislation introduced by U.S. Sens. Angus King and Susan Collins.
A friendly honk of the horn on Saturday, August 30th, will signal your thanks to your friends and neighbors during the 21st Annual Friends of Acadia Earth Day Roadside Cleanup.
Acadia National Park’s historic, island-wide trail system is now part of the National Register of Historic Places. The park’s trail system was recognized for its national historic significance and ties to the history of Mount Desert Island and the establishment of Acadia National Park.
Acadia’s historic carriage roads are now open to pedestrians only! Bicycling and riding horses on the carriage roads are still prohibited.
Park Loop Road opens to motor vehicles on April 15. We expect the 2022 summer season to be BUSY, so make sure to plan ahead and recreate responsibly while you’re here.
BAR HARBOR — After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID pandemic, Friends of Acadia is excited to host its 21stAnnual Earth Day Roadside Clean-Up on Saturday, April 30, 2022, from 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Preserving and protecting those things you hold dear is a wise investment, and the easiest way to leave a legacy for the benefit of Acadia National Park is to include Friends of Acadia in your estate plans.
We are currently hiring for two full-time, year-round, benefits-eligible positions: Database Manager and Content & Website Manager.
The National Park Service will temporarily close carriage roads in Acadia National Park starting March 18 to protect the roads during spring thaw, also known as “mud season.” Carriage roads will be closed to all users until further notice.
Abe Miller-Rushing and Brian Henkel will discuss Acadia National Park’s Resist-Accept-Direct approach to managing the impact of climate change on the park in a free virtual discussion at 9 a.m. Friday, March 18, presented by Acadia Senior College.