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Cottage for 2 people in Tremont, with balcony/terrace
1 bedrooms, 2 pers.
4.8
20 reviews
Tremont, Mount Desert Island
$113per night
Cottage for 5 people in Acadia National Park
4.2
43 reviews
Mount Desert Island, Maine
$89per night
Cottage for 6 people in Bar Harbor, with garden
3 bedrooms, 6 pers.
4.8
11 reviews
Bar Harbor, Mount Desert Island
$252per night
Large vacation house for 6 people in Bar Harbor, with balcony/terrace and pool
3 bedrooms, 6 pers.
5.0
12 reviews
Bar Harbor, Mount Desert Island
$308per night
Log cabin for 6 people in Acadia National Park, with balcony/terrace
2 bedrooms, 6 pers.
4.4
14 reviews
Mount Desert Island, Maine
$106per night
Cottage for 2 people in Acadia National Park, with balcony/terrace
1 bedrooms, 2 pers.
4.8
4 reviews
Mount Desert Island, Maine
$129per night
Log cabin for 6 people in Southwest Harbor, with balcony/terrace
1 bedrooms, 6 pers.
5.0
20 reviews
Southwest Harbor, Mount Desert Island
$109per night
Cottage for 4 people in Southwest Harbor, with garden
4.8
31 reviews
Southwest Harbor, Mount Desert Island
$147per night
Vacation house for 4 people in Bar Harbor, with balcony/terrace and pool
2 bedrooms, 4 pers.
4.5
4 reviews
Bar Harbor, Mount Desert Island
$190per night
Log cabin for 4 people in Acadia National Park
3.7
11 reviews
Mount Desert Island, Maine
$114per night
Apartment for 6 people in Bar Harbor, with garden
2 bedrooms, 6 pers.
4.9
20 reviews
Bar Harbor, Mount Desert Island
$173per night
Cottage for 5 people in Acadia National Park, with garden
2 bedrooms, 5 pers.
5.0
6 reviews
Mount Desert Island, Maine
$129per night
Cottage for 4 people in Acadia National Park
2 bedrooms, 4 pers.
5.0
3 reviews
Mount Desert Island, Maine
$137per night
Cottage for 5 people in Hulls Cove, with garden
2 bedrooms, 5 pers.
4.5
16 reviews
Hulls Cove, Mount Desert Island
$219per night
Vacation apartment for 1 people in Southwest Harbor
5.0
143 reviews
Southwest Harbor, Mount Desert Island
$130per night
Log cabin for 6 people in Acadia National Park, with balcony/terrace
2 bedrooms, 6 pers.
4.8
17 reviews
Mount Desert Island, Maine
$127per night
Bungalow for 8 people in Bar Harbor
4 bedrooms, 8 pers.
4.3
8 reviews
Bar Harbor, Mount Desert Island
$233per night
Cottage for 2 people in Southwest Harbor, with garden
1 bedrooms, 2 pers.
4.9
20 reviews
Southwest Harbor, Mount Desert Island
$127per night
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Highlights in Acadia National Park

  • Climbing Mount Cadillac
  • Kayaking on Jordan's Pond
  • Riding Along the Carriage Roads
  • Lobster and Crab Feasts in Bar Harbor
  • Relax on Sand Beach
  • Listen to Thunder Hole Boom

Most popular in Acadia National Park

Internet 597
Pet allowed 240
Balcony/Terrace 504
TV 567
Air conditioning 213
Garden 369
Parking 599
Washing machine 533
Heating 543

Vacation Rentals in Acadia National Park

Find the Perfect Coastal Cabin in the Acadia National Park

The dramatic coastline and islands of Acadia National Park are a great place to search for atmospheric, comfortable vacation rental properties. This Maine destination is packed with options. Whether you look in Southwest Harbor or near Mt Desert, you'll find plenty of timber cottages and larger family homes – just waiting for vacationers to occupy.

Look for Something More Spacious in the Park's Resorts

If you are traveling as a larger group, the Acadia National Park features a range of roomier rentals for visitors to consider. In upscale villages like Bar Harbor, you'll encounter huge homes with six or more bedrooms and extensive grounds, terraces, games rooms and all of the parking space you could ever require.

Vacation Rentals in Acadia National Park

Find the Perfect Coastal Cabin in the Acadia National Park

The dramatic coastline and islands of Acadia National Park are a great place to search for atmospheric, comfortable vacation rental properties. This Maine destination is packed with options. Whether you look in Southwest Harbor or near Mt Desert, you'll find plenty of timber cottages and larger family homes – just waiting for vacationers to occupy.

Look for Something More Spacious in the Park's Resorts

If you are traveling as a larger group, the Acadia National Park features a range of roomier rentals for visitors to consider. In upscale villages like Bar Harbor, you'll encounter huge homes with six or more bedrooms and extensive grounds, terraces, games rooms and all of the parking space you could ever require.

Holiday in the Acadia National Park

Orientation

Find Pure Tranquility on the New England Coast

The Acadia National Park is second oldest in the eastern United States, having protected a stretch of gorgeous Maine coastline since 1919. These days, it's heaven for water sports fans, hikers, climbers, seafood lovers and anyone who adores unspoiled nature. And there's no shortage of vacation rentals in the park, either.

A Quick Introduction to the Acadia National Park

You'll find the Acadia National Park around two thirds of the way up Maine's Atlantic coast., a few hours drive from Portland (ME) or Augusta, ME. The main part of the park consists of Mount Desert Island, although there are many smaller islets to explore.

How to Get to Acadia National Park

The best way to get there is to take I-95 to Bangor then take State Highway 1 to the ferry at Winter Harbor. Delta, United Express, and American Eagle also run seasonal flights to Bangor International Airport.

Holiday in the Acadia National Park

Orientation

Find Pure Tranquility on the New England Coast

The Acadia National Park is second oldest in the eastern United States, having protected a stretch of gorgeous Maine coastline since 1919. These days, it's heaven for water sports fans, hikers, climbers, seafood lovers and anyone who adores unspoiled nature. And there's no shortage of vacation rentals in the park, either.

A Quick Introduction to the Acadia National Park

You'll find the Acadia National Park around two thirds of the way up Maine's Atlantic coast., a few hours drive from Portland (ME) or Augusta, ME. The main part of the park consists of Mount Desert Island, although there are many smaller islets to explore.

How to Get to Acadia National Park

The best way to get there is to take I-95 to Bangor then take State Highway 1 to the ferry at Winter Harbor. Delta, United Express, and American Eagle also run seasonal flights to Bangor International Airport.

Activities in the Acadia National Park

A World-Class Hiking Destination

The trails of Mt Desert Island and the Isle de Haut offer endless routes for hikers (and mountain bikers) to explore, including climbing Cadillac Mountain for superb views across Bar Harbor.

An Amazing Seafood Scene

Maine has an incredible collection of seafood restaurants, and Bar Harbor hosts some of the state's highlights, with gourmet lobster and crab dishes on the agenda almost everywhere you go.

A Fine Place to Get Out on the Water

The sea and the lakes on Mt Desert Island are one of Acadia's recreational highlights. Join charter fishing trips with expert skippers, or rent kayaks to paddle around picturesque lakes like Jordan's Pond.

Activities in the Acadia National Park

A World-Class Hiking Destination

The trails of Mt Desert Island and the Isle de Haut offer endless routes for hikers (and mountain bikers) to explore, including climbing Cadillac Mountain for superb views across Bar Harbor.

An Amazing Seafood Scene

Maine has an incredible collection of seafood restaurants, and Bar Harbor hosts some of the state's highlights, with gourmet lobster and crab dishes on the agenda almost everywhere you go.

A Fine Place to Get Out on the Water

The sea and the lakes on Mt Desert Island are one of Acadia's recreational highlights. Join charter fishing trips with expert skippers, or rent kayaks to paddle around picturesque lakes like Jordan's Pond.

At 1,530 feet, Cadillac Mountain is the highest peak on the entire east coast of the United States.
At 1,530 feet, Cadillac Mountain is the highest peak on the entire east coast of the United States.

Top 5 Things to Do in the Acadia National Park

1. Take a Historic Carriage Ride

The park has a 57 mile long network of carriage tracks laid out by billionaire John D. Rockefeller, and you can explore them all thanks to carriage companies like Wildwood Stables.

2. Drive the Park Loop Road

Park Loop Road runs for 27 miles around the main island, providing a beautiful introduction to the rugged coastline and forested lakes that are there to discover.

3. Pay a Visit to Sand Beach

This charming sandy beach is as close as Acadia gets to a sunbathing spot, and is absolutely breathtaking. The water may be chilly, but the surf is great – and the scenery is sublime.

4. Hear the Booming Waves at Thunder Hole

Accessible via a dramatic wooden walkway, Thunder Hole is a natural geological formation where the waves “boom” for hours before high tide and the waves can splash as much as 40 feet above the edge. It's an awe-inspiring place.

5. Climb Cadillac Mountain

Rising 1,500 feet above Mt Desert, Cadillac Mountain dominates most of the park and for most of the year it's the first place in the USA to see the sun rise. It's also the place to take incredible snaps of the park at its most glorious, and it's not a tough climb.

Top 5 Things to Do in the Acadia National Park

1. Take a Historic Carriage Ride

The park has a 57 mile long network of carriage tracks laid out by billionaire John D. Rockefeller, and you can explore them all thanks to carriage companies like Wildwood Stables.

2. Drive the Park Loop Road

Park Loop Road runs for 27 miles around the main island, providing a beautiful introduction to the rugged coastline and forested lakes that are there to discover.

3. Pay a Visit to Sand Beach

This charming sandy beach is as close as Acadia gets to a sunbathing spot, and is absolutely breathtaking. The water may be chilly, but the surf is great – and the scenery is sublime.

4. Hear the Booming Waves at Thunder Hole

Accessible via a dramatic wooden walkway, Thunder Hole is a natural geological formation where the waves “boom” for hours before high tide and the waves can splash as much as 40 feet above the edge. It's an awe-inspiring place.

5. Climb Cadillac Mountain

Rising 1,500 feet above Mt Desert, Cadillac Mountain dominates most of the park and for most of the year it's the first place in the USA to see the sun rise. It's also the place to take incredible snaps of the park at its most glorious, and it's not a tough climb.

Useful Information

Understand how the National Park Rules Work

Because it's a National Park, Acadia has a few regulations which visitors need to get to grips with. For instance, if you intend to fish, the season lasts from April to September and fishing licenses are needed for everyone over the age of 16, If you're boating on the lakes, some places are out of bounds during eagle breeding season, while the carriage roads are out of bounds to all motorized vehicles.

Festivals and Fairs in the Acadia Region

It might also be worth checking out the events schedule in the Acadia National Park before you go. For example, there's the Night Sky Festival in September, which takes advantage of the island's amazing stargazing conditions. Nature lovers might also want to catch the Birding Festival in late spring, when the experts will help you spot everything from warblers to falcons.

Useful Information

Understand how the National Park Rules Work

Because it's a National Park, Acadia has a few regulations which visitors need to get to grips with. For instance, if you intend to fish, the season lasts from April to September and fishing licenses are needed for everyone over the age of 16, If you're boating on the lakes, some places are out of bounds during eagle breeding season, while the carriage roads are out of bounds to all motorized vehicles.

Festivals and Fairs in the Acadia Region

It might also be worth checking out the events schedule in the Acadia National Park before you go. For example, there's the Night Sky Festival in September, which takes advantage of the island's amazing stargazing conditions. Nature lovers might also want to catch the Birding Festival in late spring, when the experts will help you spot everything from warblers to falcons.

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