Acadia National Park is a getaway in and of itself. The park spreads over 46,000 acres and several towns and villages, the park features many miles of shoreline to explore, 125 miles of hiking trails, and 45 miles of carriage roads. No matter the season, Acadia is a recreational treasure-trove. In the winter, enjoy ice fishing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and more. The warmer months bring traditional hiking, rock climbing, kayaking, ranger-guided adventures, and other sun-inspired activities. A plethora of diverse and amazing wildlife inhabit Acadia. From eagles and puffins to black bear and muskrats, the inland region of Acadia is bursting with life. Just offshore, the coastal waters surrounding the island include a variety of whales, seals, dolphins and porpoises. Kids of all ages can take part in the Junior Ranger Program to learn about Acadia. You can also take in the sights and sounds of Acadia National Park’s most prominent landmarks via the area’s 27-mile Park Loop Road including Cadillac Mountain, Sand Beach, Thunder Hole, Otter Cliffs, Jordan Pond, and other points of interest.