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Acadia National Park

noun

  1. a national park in Maine, on Mount Desert Island. 44 sq. mi. (114 sq. km).


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The Schoodic Peninsula is often thought of as the quieter side of Acadia National Park, but this 29-mile scenic drive through the heart of Maine’s rugged coastline is anything but boring.

Despite its relative vicinity to bustling Acadia National Park, it is one of the most rural regions of the most rural state in the country.

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I’d gone to Maine to explore Acadia National Park, and just before I left a one-to-two-foot swell popped up on the charts.

On a cloudless spring day in mid-May, I pulled into an overlook of no particular significance off the loop road that runs through Maine’s Acadia National Park.

Then, in October, I met my friend Eli, a research biologist and experienced outdoorsperson, for some trail running in Acadia National Park.

On Tuesday, we took the kids to Acadia National Park—about 55 miles from where we were staying.

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