Yesterday Wilma and I Adventured to Acadia National Park in Maine. Acadia National Park is a Park in Northeastern Maine that encompasses half of Mount Desert Island, and also is situated on the Schoodic Peninsula and Isle au Haut. It is 47,000 acres and popular for fall foliage seekers, winter skiing, spring fishing and hiking.
We had a spectacular Adventure to Acadia National Park. I was thrilled line up a day at this gorgeous location. Although I had planned to arise early and head for sunrise, the torrential downpours dampened my plans and we instead headed out in the afternoon. The beginning of our afternoon was rainy, but it eventually cleared up and the sun came out for the sunset. Due to the uncertain weather I decided to explore some of our favorites and more predictable locations versus some new locations of which I originally had planned. Our afternoon included: Thunder Hole, Otter Point, Jordan Pond, Sandy Beach, parts of the Ocean Path and various other stops along the route. My favorite parts of day was the thunderous Fall breeze, the amazing coastal views, seeing a rainbow, and the beautiful Jordan Pond. Wilma’s favorites part of the afternoon were: running on the beach, the smells of the beach, lots of walking, and really every moment of exploring. Acadia National Park is one of the most breathtaking places in New England. I really cannot get enough and hope to return again in the future (Rating: 5).