Closures for Winter
December 2, 2013- Acadia is now in winter mode. Most of Park Loop Road, including Cadillac Mountain Road, is closed. Still open is the Ocean Drive section, from Schooner Head overlook to Otter Cliff Road, and Jordan Pond area via Jordan Pond Road. More »
Fees & Reservations
2014 Fee Free Days
To encourage Americans to explore America's natural beauty, rich history and culture, Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced that the National Park Service will waive entrances fees on 11 days in 2013.
January 20: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Where to Purchase Entrance Passes
All park visitors are required to pay an entrance fee upon entry May through October. Passes are non-transferable. Credit cards accept at all fee collection areas.
Private Vehicle: $20 valid for 7 days
Motorcycle: $5 valid for 7 days
Per Person: $5 valid for 7 days
Non-Commercial Organized Group Fees
Organized groups such as Scouts, Rotary, Clubs, Youth Groups, Churches, Reunions, etc. that do not qualify for an Educational Fee Waiver are charged as follows.
A commercial tour is defined as consisting of one or more persons traveling on an itinerary that has been packaged, priced, or sold for leisure or recreational purposes by an organization that realizes financial gain through the provisions of the service.
For more information, download the Commercial Tours Information brochure.
Annual and Lifetime Passes
Acadia Annual Pass: $40
The following passes provide access to, and use of, Federal recreation sites that charge an Entrance or Standard Amenity Fee, and can be obtained at any park entrance station. A pass admits the holder and passengers in a non-commercial vehicle at per vehicle fee areas and pass holder +3 adults at per person fee areas. To purchase a pass online, visit: http://store.usgs.gov/pass/index.html.
Interagency Annual Pass: $80
Interagency Annual - Military Pass: $0
Interagency Annual Volunteer Pass: $0
Access Pass: $0
Senior Pass: $10
Did You Know?
Since 1999, propane-powered Island Explorer buses have carried more than two million passengers in Acadia National Park, eliminating more than 685,000 automobile trips and preventing 6,444 tons of greenhouse gases. The fare-free buses are supported by your entrance fees. More...