Downeast + Acadia

Downeast + Acadia Travel Guide

Articles about Downeast + Acadia

By Katrina Brown Hunt

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By Alison Lewis
By Alison Lewis
By Katrina Brown Hunt

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By Katrina Brown Hunt

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Hotels in Downeast + Acadia

The 19th-century proeprty has a wraparound porch, and 11 of the 24 rooms have views of Somes Sound (considered the United States' only fjord). If booked, try one of the cottages. 

Restaurants in Downeast + Acadia

This Little Cranberry Island restaurant, with a gray wood frame and a sizeable patio, rests on pylons along Hadlock Cove, offering views of the boats and ships as they navigate the rippling water of Cranberry Harbor.

Things to do in Downeast + Acadia

If any place typifies Maine’s great rugged outdoors, it’s Acadia, the state’s only national park (and the first crowned east of the Mississippi River).