The only restaurant within the park is Jordan Pond House Restaurant , which overlooks Jordan Pond. The restaurant is famous for its afternoon tea, popovers and seafood.
Dining reservations are recommended by calling (207) 276-3316. The facility is open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., late May through late October.
Usually, Acadia National Park has an entrance fee of $25 per vehicle and $20 per motorcycle, for seven days. Walkers and bicyclists can get a weekly pass for $12. An annual pass to Acadia costs $50.
ALL PARK HOURS In support of federal, state , and local efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the park is under a phased reopening. The Park Loop Road and most hiking trails are open. Information stations are staffed outside main visitor center. Carriage Roads are closed to bicycles and horses.
Best Restaurants Bar Harbor , Maine Side Street Cafe ( Bar Harbor ) Geddy’s ( Bar Harbor ) Stewman’s Lobster Pound ( Bar Harbor ) The Thirsty Whale Tavern. 5. Cafe This Way ( Bar Harbor ) Trenton Lobster Pound (Trenton Bridge) Galyn’s ( Bar Harbor ) West Street Cafe ( Bar Harbor )
Note: Eagle Lake (and nearby Jordan Pond and Bubble Pond) is part of the public water supply for several towns on this side of Mount Desert Island. Swimming and wading are prohibited, but many other forms of recreation are possible.
How many days should I spend in Acadia ? An average stay here is three to four days .
The average stay is is 3-4 days but, if you plan on exploring the surrounding villages or the Schoodic Peninsula section of Acadia National Park , it can be longer.
Where to Stay in Acadia National Park + Bar Harbor The Inn on Mount Desert, Bar Harbor. The Harborside Hotel Marina & Spa. The Bar Harbor Inn and Spa. Harbour Cottage Inn. Chiltern Inn. Acadia National Park Campgrounds. An Acadia National Park Airbnb.
Best Things To Do in Acadia National Park #1. Cadillac Mountain . Cadillac Mountain . free. #2. Park Loop Road. Park Loop Road. #2 in Acadia National Park. #3. Jordan Pond. Jordan Pond. free. #4. Schoodic Point. Schoodic Point. #5. Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse . Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse . #6. Sand Beach. Sand Beach. #7. Carriage Roads . Carriage Roads . #8. Precipice Trail. Precipice Trail.
What To Know Before Visiting Acadia Buy then print your entrance pass online, and have it ready to display before you arrive. Know before you go . No camping, campfires, or overnight parking are permitted outside of designated campgrounds. Acadia is rich with more than 150 miles of Hiking Trails.
$30 per vehicle: Non-commercial vehicles with 15 or less capacity. $15 per person: Non-commercial vehicles with 16 or greater capacity. Youth 15 and under are admitted free of charge.