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Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park is the crown jewel of the North Atlantic coast, ushering in nearly 3.5 million visitors a year. This stunning natural beauty is the highest rocky headlands along the Atlantic coastline. You'll get to travel on miles of hiking trails and roadways to explore this truly fantastic northeast national park.

There's lots of opportunity for adventure when you visit Acadia. They have so many fun and exciting outdoor activities, who knows where to start? You could hit the bike trails and explore the Park Loop Road. Just be mindful of traffic on this beautiful scenic route.

There's also an excellent opportunity for bird lovers to get a glimpse of some of the beautiful birds that reside in the state of Maine. Some of the most popular bird watch locations are Bear Brook and Beaver Dam Pond. These wetlands are a great place to find some birds. There's also the Precipice where you can see the peregrine falcons nest on the cliffside. These are just a few of the many great places you can spot some beautiful birds. 

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All of the rock formations and cliff faces also make Acadia a perfect place to go rock climbing. There are over 300 popular locations and routes for rock climbing. The more commonly used climbing areas are Otter Cliff, Precipice, South bubble, and Great Head. What's more impressive about these cliff faces are the first thing the sun touches in North America in the morning.

These are just a few of the exciting things to do in Acadia; there's also boating, fishing, and hiking! Check out their website for information on safety tips and planning out your adventure. When you visit Acadia National Park, there's no limit to the fun things that you can find to do and explore. 

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