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Acadia National Park was the first park established east of the Mississippi River. Situated on Mt. Desert Island, the park covers more than 40,000 acres and includes Isle au Haut and the Schoodic Peninsula. The park contains several peaks, including the highest granite mountain on the east coast, Mount Cadillac, as well as numerous public access beach areas.

Remote and inaccessible to car traffic, the Isle of Haut is linked to the mainland by a mailboat from Stonington. Limited camping on the Isle is available.

The Hulls Cove Visitor Center on Route 3 offers park touring literature, as well as cultural and natural area history displays. Other park facilities include the Sieur de Monts Spring Nature Center, Thompson Island Information Center, a variety of scenic trails and several campgrounds.

Location: PO Box 177, Route 233, Bar Harbor Maine 04609 Telephone 207-288-3338

(Bar Harbor) Acadia National Park

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