Seeing as Acadia is the only national park in all of New England, it bears the great responsibility of being all things to all people. We’d say it does a pretty good job, from its sweet spot on the coast of Maine. If you’re a hiker, you’ll find miles and miles of pine-scented, sea-misted bliss. If you like the challenge of rock climbing on solid coarse-grained pink granite—game on! Pining for time on the water? Choose your style—kayak, sailboat, small boat cruise—then weave your way past lighthouses, sea life, and islands. If it’s photogenic landscapes and the scenic route that you’re after, take a drive along the Park Loop Road or bike the historic carriage roads. No matter who you are or how you like to explore, we bet you’re going to love Acadia National Park.