Modified 9-Sep-09
Created 8-Sep-09
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Acadia National Park was established in 1916 by President Woodrow Wilson, and now covers more than 40,000 acres. It is the only national park in the Northeast. We visited this year from September 2 - 5, and stayed in Bar Harbor. We enjoyed exploring the Park Loop Road, Cadillac Mountain, and other points of interest on Mt. Desert Island.

This gallery is a sampler of images taken in the Park, including both sunrise and sunset views from the top of Cadillac Mountain. It also includes several vistas along the Park Loop Road and scenes from the Bar Harbor waterfront. These were taken in September 2009.
Entrance to Acadia National ParkShoreline view from the rocky coast along the Park Loop RoadSand BeachEagle Lake and North Bubble MountainSunset from Cadillac MountainDawn from Cadillac MountainSunrise from Cadillac Mountain - part 1Sunrise from Cadillac Mountain - part 2Sunrise from Cadillac Mountain - part 3Shoreline view at Bar HarborSunrise from rocky shore on Park Loop RoadAsticou Azalea Gardens, Northeast HarborShelter, Asticou TerracesNortheast Harbor, seen from Asticou TerracesTrees, rocks and mossSunlight on old stone benchBirches and grass wavesDriftwood faceMargaret Todd schooner, Frenchmans BaySunset moorings on Bar Harbor

Categories & Keywords
Category:Scenic
Subcategory:Landscapes
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Keywords:Acadia, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor