Aerial photo of Atlantic coastline with title for park movie called "Acadia Always"
Park Movie: Acadia Always

This movie was previously shown at the Hulls Cove Visitor Center before its renovation in 2019.

Screen capture of a video taken along the Atlantic coastline at sunrise
Clips & B-roll

Short clips, timelapse, and B-roll footage of landscapes, weather, and visitor experiences at Acadia.


Video Series

Second Century Stewardship Series

  • Videos produced by filmmaker David enhance science understanding and appreciation by leveraging park science for education and public outreach.

What Kinds of Changes Have Mainers Seen?

  • This series of four video interview segments was produced by a student at the College of the Atlantic for an exhibit about climate change that opened in 2016 at the Sieur de Monts Nature Center.
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29 minutes, 13 seconds

Each summer, from mid-June through mid-September, a local company offers a five-hour boat cruise to Baker Island interpreted by an NPS park ranger. A short trip on a motorized launch is required to complete the journey, however. Since some visitors with mobility impairments may not be able to participate in the experience, the NPS commissioned this video by Will Greene, a local filmmaker.

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3 minutes, 40 seconds

Shirley Beccue was the Assistant Chief of Interpretation at Acadia National Park, her career here spanning from 1989 to 2006. She worked on many projects during her tenure, including the Artist-in-Residence program, accessibility trainings and development of the park website. This video interview details her experience and perspective as an NPS employee both at Acadia and Everglades National Parks.

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4 minutes, 8 seconds

Though Acadia is well known for its landscapes and natural history, it also has many rich layers of significant cultural history. Wabanaki people have lived here for as long as 10,000 years, and many continue to call this place home, or feel connected to it from afar. In partnership with the Abbe Museum, Acadia National Park, and sponsored by Dawnland, LLC, the Cultural Connections in the Park program hosts free public events every Wednesday from late June through September.

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1 minute, 51 seconds

Friends of Acadia is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring the long-term protection of the natural and cultural resources of Acadia National Park and its region. To meet this mission, Friends of Acadia channels private donations to conservation and historic preservation projects in the park, monitors planning and legislative activities affecting Acadia, and sponsors volunteer groups in Acadia and surrounding communities. For more information about Friends of Acadia or to join, visit them at

Last updated: May 4, 2024

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