20 Amazing Pictures from Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park, located on Mount Desert Island and a few smaller islands off the coast of Maine, was the first national park east of the Mississippi and it still remains an important park in the Northeast. It’s a great place to visit as a photographer because of the beautiful mix of forest, lakes and coast. The park also includes the amazing Bass Harbor Head Light, one of the most photographed lighthouses. If you are planning on visiting the park, try to be there in the Fall.

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Jordan Pond (3), Acadia National Park, Maine by Candy

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Sand Beach Acadia National Park Maine by Glenn Gordon

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The Bubbles, Acadia National Park Maine by saltmarshcottage

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Acadia 001 by Richard Wellons

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Acadia Bar Harbor Downeast Maine Landscape by SWHarborPhoto

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Eagle Lake No. 2 by Julie Smith

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Acadia Park Maine by Giles Clement

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Seawall in fog, Acadia National Park, ME by Deb Noyes

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Cadillac Mountain Sunrise, Acadia National Park, Maine by Josh Friedman

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Blue lobster boat in the fog by John DelMastro

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Maine Coast in Fog by Rocky Top Studio

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Daisies on Maine’s Acadia Shoreline by Randy Nyhof

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BALANCE by Diana Pappas

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Cadillac Mountain, Acadia Maine Collection by selenametts

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Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse Acadia National Park, Maine by Shawna Allen

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Acadia Sunset by April Hershberger

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Autumn Foliage in Acadia National Park, #Maine by Dana Moos

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surprise acadian goodbye by woodleywonderworks

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Maine Coast at Night by Rob Annis

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Bass Harbor Lighthouse Sunset by Chris Potako



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