Visitors to national parks in Maine spent $490 million in 2021, supporting 7,070 jobs and resulting in a cumulative economic output of $770 million.
Visitors should plan their trip and expect long lines and wait times, traffic congestion and limited parking at the park’s most popular destinations.
Acadia Corporation donates 2 percent of profits from its Acadia Park Company Store to Friends of Acadia annually. That 2 percent has generated over $40,000.
Pat Sandefur ran 31 miles through Acadia National Park on June 6 and raised $1,925 for Wild Acadia.
Ten miles of the 45-mile carriage road system in the park remain closed, along with the Wild Gardens of Acadia at Sieur de Monts, Schoodic bike paths, and Schoodic Head Road.
In honor of National Trails Day, join Acadia National Park Trails Foreman Gary Stellpflug and Trail Crew Supervisor Chris Barter on a virtual tour of the Ocean Path.
The National Park Service is expecting high visitation at Acadia National Park over Memorial Day weekend. Visitors should plan their trip and expect crowds, traffic congestion and limited parking throughout the park.
Collins, King Applaud $500,000 Investment for Wetland Restoration, Trail Improvements in Acadia National Park
U.S. Senators Collins and King announced that Acadia has been awarded $500,000 for a restoration project for the Great Meadow Wetland.
Friends of Acadia welcomes Nikki Burtis, Shannon Bryan, Amanda Mogridge, and Lynn Verrill to its full-time staff.