Start here for essential park information, from directions to entrance fees to hours of operation.
Places to Go
Explore various destinations and learn about highlights, visitor services, and ways to get there.
Things To Do
Learn more about the many experiences you can have in Acadia, including hiking, biking, water activities, and ranger programs.
Directions & Transportation
Learn about public transportation, driving directions, winter road access, and all things transportation at Acadia.
Acadia strives to improve accessibility for all visitors.
Camping Takes Planning
All park campgrounds are closed for the season. They reopen in May 2023. There is no winter camping or overnight parking allowed in Acadia.
Entrance Pass Required
A park entrance pass is required year-round. Vehicles must display a pass clearly visible through the windshield. Buy & print a pass online.
Vehicle reservations are not required to drive the Cadillac Summit Road this time of year. They will resume in mid-May 2023.
Find a current listing of alerts, advisories, and closures for park roads, facilities, and programs.
Park Rules & Regulations
Are visitors allowed to harvest mushrooms, or fly a drone in Acadia? Check out highlights of the park's important Rules and Regulations.
Protect Your Pet Privileges
Federal law requires that all pets must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet. Owners must collect and dispose of waste in trash cans.
Extend Your Maine Adventure
Here's a list of all National Park Service sites in Maine, including Katahdin Woods and Waters, Roosevelt Campobello, and Saint Croix Island
Last updated: January 17, 2023