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These images will give you an idea of the many faces of Acadia throughout the year.
Fall - Eagle Lake View
The park has many scenic views along the shores of its lakes and ponds.
Fall - View from Gorham Mountain
Hiking to the tops of summits offers views of ocean and fall colors.
Fall - Monarch Butterfly
This monarch butterfly is fueling up for its long migration south.
Fall - The Tarn
Heavy fog provides fleeting glimpses of vibrant fall colors.
Fall - In the Forest
Fall scenery can be found in the park's deciduous forests, not just on mountain tops and along lakes.
Summer - Island View
The view from Baker Island shows the mountains of Mount Desert Island across the water. Summer ranger-led cruises take you to Baker Island.
Summer - Cobblestone Bridge
Cobblestone Bridge is one of 17 stone-faced bridges along the carriage road system, but the only one constructed with cobblestones.
Summer - Fawn
Summer brings views of young animals like this white-tailed deer fawn.
Summer - Waterfall
Summer rains bring life to waterfalls along the park's trails.
Summer - Loon
Loons can sometimes be seen in the lakes and ponds of Acadia. Nesting loons are particularly sensitive to disturbance; please do not approach them on foot or by boat.
Summer - Pitcher Plant
Bogs offer surprising blooms of color during the summer.
Snow on sand beach.
Fal color in Acadia.
Acadia's winter beauty.
Autumn colors at Eagle Lake.
A Great Meadow beaver dam in the summer.
Winter snow on Sand Beach.
A spring drop of rain.
Summer fireweed on Baker Island looking towards Mount Desert Island.
Summer flowers growing on the shore of Jordan Pond