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Les meilleures recommandations de parcs par les gens du coin

National Park
“Acadia National Park is one of the most beloved parks in the world! There is something for everyone- lots of hiking- from very easy to extreme. There is great biking on the carriage trails. And when the restaurants are open- tea and popovers at the Jordan Pond House are a perfect way to top off a spectacular day! You can drive a car to the top of Cadillac Mountain- so everyone can experience the view from the top. ”
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Beach
“ It is a little paradise on the island. You can go swimming as well as enjoy a walk on an ocean path. It is difficult to find parking at this place, please plan accordingly.”
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“A short path to take while someone else is shopping, along the shore frontage of several stately homes. Start out from Agamont Park and walk toward the Bar Harbor Inn. Keep going until it ends, about 3/4 mile.”
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“Wait for the tide to clear the sand bar and head out to Bar Island, wonderful views of Bar Harbor & Acadia!”
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“The Village Green is a busy place in the summer. There is live bandstand music there most nights as well as art shows and just general good people watching. Get an ice cream at Mount Desert Ice Cream and sit in the park for a while. ”
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“4th of July fireworks! Beautiful little park with lots of great views and fun things to do in the area. ”
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Campground
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“Incredible hike just behind the cottage. Follow the giant slide of boulders and continue to the top of Sargeant Mountain.”
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“This is where we go to swim in the ocean. No crowds, sometimes we're the only ones on the beach. Take a picnic and hike through the woods. Just ask and I'll give you directions to this preserve not far from our cabin. But please don't tell too many people about it! The peace and quiet is heaven!”
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“The Carriage Roads and stone bridges in Acadia National Park were financed and directed by philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, Jr., between 1913 and 1940, for hikers, bikers, horseback riders and carriages. The network includes 57 miles of woodland roads free of motor vehicles, of which 45 miles are within Acadia National Park . These allow seasonal cross-country skiing and limited snowmobiling. Twelve miles are on private land. John D. Rockefeller, Jr., was an experienced horseman who wanted to travel by horse and carriage on Mount Desert Island roadways without encountering motor driven vehicles. His father, John D. Rockefeller, Sr., had previously built carriage roads on his private estates in Ohio and New York. John, Jr., acquired a love for this same type of road building practice which enabled him to envision the construction of similar roads on Mount Desert Island. His family’s great wealth allowed him to do something about it. Throughout, John Jr. showed an excellent sense of landscape design by making sure that the roads flowed with the natural setting rather than re-shaping the land to accommodate. ohn D. Rockefeller, Jr., paid close attention to the smallest of details in the road’s construction as well as the landscaping. Native vegetation such as fern and wild blueberries was tastefully used throughout to landscape the roadside. By the time the project was finished, he not only had financed and supervised the roads, but 16 of the 17 stone faced bridges on the island that can be seen crossing streams, roads, waterfalls, and even a cliff side. There are many different access points on Mount Desert Island including Jordan Pond, the North side of Eagle Lake, Bubble Pond, the Hulls Cove Visitor Center, and more. Select Carriage Roads Map to see the network of roads on Mount Desert Island. acadiamagic.com/carriage-roads”
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Premise
“A great starting spot to take a walk on the boardwalk (scenic in all seasons) or hike up Dorr Mountain. ”
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