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  • Carriage Roads Closed

    All park carriage roads are closed until further notice to prevent damage during the spring thaw. For more information: (207) 288-3338

  • Trail Closures: Peregrine Falcon Nesting

    Precipice Cliff and Valley Cove areas are closed to all public entry until further notice for peregrine falcon nesting season. More »

  • Blackwoods Campground is open

    Blackwoods Campground is open and is sites are available by self-registration at the campground. More »

  • 2014 Season Openings

    Park Loop Rd, Cadillac Mountain Rd, & Hulls Cove Visitor Center is open. Call (207) 288-3338 or follow us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/AcadiaNPS) for more information More »

  • Jordan Pond boat ramp parking lot is closed for construction

    It's scheduled to reopen on June 28. There may be intermittent openings at the discretion of the contractor. The North Lot parking area will remain open for access to the Jordan Pond House Restaurant & hiking & biking trails.

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    Passamaquoddy History & Culture: A Traveling Teaching Kit

    Explore the rich Passamaquoddy culture and history with these hands-on, student-centered activities. Explore »

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    Passamaquoddy History & Culture: A Traveling Teaching Kit

    Passamaquoddy History & Culture: A Traveling Teaching Kit

    The National Park Service and the Abbe Museum collaborated to create this award-winning traveling kit. This kit does not attempt to fully teach all Passamaquoddy history. Rather, these lessons and activities should be used as an introduction that will inspire you and your students to learn more about Passamaquoddy and other Wabanaki history.

Did You Know?

The wide carriage road is lined by the spring foliage of birch trees.

Acadia National Park's carriage road system, built by John D. Rockefeller Jr., has been called “the finest example of broken stone roads designed for horse-drawn vehicles still extant in America.” Today, you can hike or bike 45 miles of these scenic carriage roads in the park.