The Hulls Cove Visitor Center will be operating without electricity on Friday, July 21, due to a planned outage to move power lines. Visitor services at Hulls Cove will be limited to park information and portable toilets set up outside of the visitor center.
The Island Explorer will be operating out of Hulls Cove on its normal schedule, but the electronic departure board will not be in service.
Park entrance passes will not be sold on site, but can be obtained at other locations, including the Thompson Island and Village Green information stations, and the Sand Beach entrance station. Weekly entrance passes are also available for purchase online at go.nps.gov/AcadiaPass.
CARRIAGE ROADS: Expect rolling closures of carriage roads, 7 am to 5 pm weekdays (except holidays) during June and July, to receive new surface work. Park staff will be present at intersections during the work to guide visitors.
TRAILS: While peregrine falcons are defending nesting territories, Jordan Cliffs, Valley Cove, Precipice, and a portion of the Orange and Black Path will remain temporarily closed. More information is available in a recent park press release.
Last updated: July 19, 2017