America’s Best Idea: Film Screening and Q&A with Dayton Duncan to Celebrate Acadia Centennial

“Acadia was the first national park east of the Mississippi, and the first ever created from land donated to the nation by private citizens,” Mr. Duncan said about the upcoming event, “beginning a tradition of philanthropy and the parks that continues to this day. It’s an inspiring story about an inspiring and beautiful place, and I’m looking forward to being back in Acadia to help celebrate its centennial.” Read more >

Friends of Acadia Celebrates Acadia National Park’s Centennial and Announces Second Century Campaign

On July 8, 1916, Acadia National Park was first set aside as a protected reserve for enjoyment and inspiration of the American people. On the 100th anniversary of that event—Friday, July 8, 2016—more than 300 members, volunteers, and supporters of Friends of Acadia gathered to mark the Acadia Centennial and look ahead to the next century of park conservation. Read more >

Acadia Day at Fenway Park

Two of New England’s greatest parks team up on Father’s Day to honor Acadia’s Centennial As a part of this year’s… Read more >