Acadia National Park By Kathleen M. Brandes
2004 | 208 Pages | ISBN: 1566915775 | PDF | 57 MB
Located on the coast of Maine, Acadia National Park offers landscapes and seascapes beyond description; barren summits with panoramic vistas; peaceful niches and less-trodden paths; and 40,000 acres for fantastic all-round, year-round recreational experiences. This exciting new addition to the Moon Handbooks North American Parks series includes extensive coverage of Acadia’s outdoor recreation options, including the best places to hike, bike, kayak, climb, and ski; a full range of accommodation options, from campgrounds in the park to charming Bed-and-Breakfasts in nearby towns; and practical information on getting to and through the park. Author and Maine resident Kathleen M. Brandes also features Acadia’s outlying locales of Schoodic Point, Isle au Haut, and Baker Island, as well as the surrounding Mount Desert Island villages – Bar Harbor, Southwest Harbor, and Northeast Harbor – with current information for park visitors on lodgings, restaurants, museums, and shops. Complete with color maps, photos, insightful sidebars, and a thorough introduction to the region’s history, Moon Handbooks Acadia National Park is the best guide for an enriching and extraordinary park experience.