All the Acadia tours will tell you the same thing: you can’t miss Cadillac Mountain when visiting Acadia National Park!
But that might be easier said than done since the National Park Service recently introduced a reservation system to visit Cadillac Mountain, located at the heart of Acadia National Park; the winding road up and down the mountain used to be overwhelmed with cars during the park’s peak season. The reservation system limits those numbers. This is excellent news for anyone who gets a reservation, since their experience isn’t as rushed. But it’s terrible news for everyone who can’t visit the mountain! Solve this problem by getting a reservation directly from Acadia’s website.
While Cadillac is a must-see in Acadia, it’s certainly not the only “can’t miss” spot! Beautiful spots abound all along Acadia’s Park Loop Road. The best Acadia tours will explore the entire loop, with notable stops at Schooner Head, Sand Beach, Otter Cliff, and Jordan Pond. Unfortunately, these tend to feel hurried since you’re encouraged to stick to a timetable. It’s better to drive yourself around the park with a handy self-guided audio tour acting as a guide! You can take your time at these “can’t miss” spots and make the most of your Acadia visit.
This Acadia National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour is one of the best Acadia tours you can do—and its high rating and popularity prove it! Be sure to check it out before your visit.