National Parks in Maine

Jordan Pond and the Bubbles in Acadia National Park

Jordan Pond and the Bubbles in Acadia National Park

As beautiful as it might seem, outdoor enthusiasts and their pets are not allowed to wade in the clear waters of Jordan Pond. Some types of boating are permitted in the pond, which sits between the Penobscot Mountain and two mountains known as the "Bubbles."

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Yonker, Jessica

From rocky beaches to hiking trails and mountain peaks to presidential parks, Maine has it all in its national parks

Acadia

Acadia National Park, Maine

Acadia National Park, Maine

The rugged coastline, granite peaks and the U.S. highest mountain on the Atlantic coast attract adventurers from far and wide to Acadia National Park. Originally donated by early 20th-century visionaries, the park land is home to diverse plants and animals.

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Yonker, Jessica

National Park, Bar Harbor, ME

The rugged coastline, granite peaks and the U.S. highest mountain on the Atlantic coast attract adventurers from far and wide to Acadia National Park. Originally donated by early 20th-century visionaries, the park land is home to diverse plants and animals. Learn about buying a park pass in advance, camping rules and celebrating the park's centennial year >>

Appalachian

Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer : David Field, Maine Appalachian Trail Club president who recently was honored nationally for his work on the AT in Maine, looks over one of the vistas accessed by his trail planning on the back side of Saddleback Mountain on Tuesday, July 16, 2013.

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CDW

National Scenic Trail, ME and CT, GA, MA, MD, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, TN, VA, VT, WV

The Appalachian Trail stretches over 2,180 miles from Georgia all the way to Maine. On the public footpath, hikers pass through a variety of wooded, pastoral and wild terrains across the Appalachian Mountains. Map out your hike to the most northern state on the East Coast >> 

Roosevelt Campbobello

International Park, Lubec, ME

Future U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt sails off Campobello Island, Canada in 1906. (Franklin D. Roosevelt Library/National Archives/MCT)

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MCT

In childhood and adulthood, Franklin D. Roosevelt summered on Campbobello Island with his family. His visits grew less frequent after he contracted polio, but it was still an important place to him.

CAMPOBELLO ISLAND, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA - 2010/10/09: Roosevelt summer cottage museum. (Photo by John Greim/LightRocket via Getty Images)

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John Greim

Today, Roosevelt Campobello International Park serves as a memorial to FDR and a symbol of cooperation between the U.S. and Canada. Across the 2,800 acres of park land, there are eight miles of walking trails and 8.4 miles of driving roads. The landscape consists of forests, bogs, forests and beaches with picnic areas scattered throughout. Plan your visit to Roosevelt Cottage to see select rooms on display >>

Saint Croix Island

International Historic Site, Calais, ME

Due to freezing temperatures and harsh conditions, 35 of 79 men died during Pierre Dugua's French expedition in the winter of 1604-1605, which they spent on Saint Croix Island. Although the men moved on by the summer when the survivors' health improved, their brief settlement on the island is significant because it marked the permanent prescence of the French in North America. Learn about walking the accessible, self-guided trail that features historical displays along the way >>

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