ACADIA NATIONAL PARK — Officials here released visitor advisory information on Monday as federal, state, and local authorities work to minimize the spread of Coronavirus.
“We are concerned that recent visitation patterns have been in violation of CDC recommendations,” Anastasia added. Visitors should stay at least six feet away from people outside their immediate household. That includes while hiking, bicycling, walking, strolling on Sand Beach, or while transiting parking areas… (click image above to READ MORE) Read more >
Acadia National Park’s reservation system is slated to go into effect in 2021. A dry run of the system is planned for October of 2020. Cadillac Mountain and the Ocean Drive portion of the Park Loop Road are slated to be part of the reservation system test. Read more >
Acadia National Park is accepting applications for the seasonal Acadia Youth Conservation Corps (AYCC) to employ sixteen (16) teenagers to work on trails projects in Acadia National Park from June 22– August 14, 2020. Read more >
Friends of Acadia Board Chair Anne Green, President David MacDonald, Conservation Director Stephanie Clement and Acadia superintendent Kevin Schneider lead last week’s Friends of Acadia annual meeting with messages of positivity. Read more >