Current Conditions

Fall on the Jesup Path near Wild Gardens of Acadia.

Fall on the Jesup Path near Wild Gardens of Acadia.


Acadia National Park is Open

Acadia National Park is open. For more information, visit the links below, or visit our Plan Your Visit section to plan your trip.

As of April 2: All areas of the park are covered in heavy snow and unusual amounts of ice. Most areas of the park are inaccessible for this reason. Please use extreme caution while traveling in this area.

Cross-Country Skiing

A cross-country skier explores Acadia's snow covered carriage roads.


Park Roads

Park Loop Road between Hulls Cove Visitor Center and Otter Cliff Road is open!

Cadillac Summit, Lurvey Spring, Seal Cove, Long Pond Truck, and Western Mountain roads are closed due to the snow.

All other roads are open and icy. Please use caution.

For more information see our Temporary Closures information.

Park Headquarters in the winter.

Park Headquarters in the winter.

NPS/ D. R. Hunt

Visitor Services

Hulls Cove Visitor Center is open for the season. For more information please visit our Operating Hours and Seasons page.

Due to record setting, heavy snow accumulation this winter Blackwoods Campground will remain in Winter Operation mode until May 1. The campground will be accessible for primitive camping, with portable toilets and water acquired by hand pump. Campers should check in with Dispatch at Park Headquarters to obtain a camping permit and be prepared to hike into the campground. In addition during this time there will be ongoing construction within the campground completing necessary repairs to the sewage system which will involve the blasting of ledge and the use of heavy equipment throughout the day.

Trail Sign in Winter

Trail sign in winter.


Seasonal Activities

In the winter, trails may be icy, wet, and slippery. Consider using shoe traction devices and trekking poles. Currently all carriage roads are open. Lakes may not be completely frozen — use caution. Seasonal trail closures are in effect.

Winter at the Jordan Pond Gatehouse

Winter at the Jordan Pond Gatehouse.



Whether sunny, snowy, foggy, icy, or anything in between weather at Acadia can change quickly. Be prepared and check the weather before traveling. For forecasts and advisories visit our Weather page or the National Weather Service.

Orange leaves and birches

Birch trees in fall.


Latest News

For up-to-date information on what is happening in Acadia, visit our News Releases page.

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