Here’s where to find Acadia year-round lodging, restaurants

Planning a trip to Acadia National Park in winter or spring, or thinking of attending one of the Centennial events or the Acadia Winter Festival, and wondering if there are places to stay and eat in Acadia year-round?

acadia year-round

Acadia National Park in winter has its own special beauty. (NPS photo)

Wonder no more.

We just added a series of pages to this blog, with links to Acadia year-round lodging, restaurants, businesses and cultural institutions.

You can link to the introductory page on the top menu of this blog, or by going here.

And from that page, you can go to a series of listings for Bar Harbor; Isle au Haut and Stonington; Schoodic Peninsula; Southwest Harbor and Tremont; and the town of Mount Desert.

As you can see from the dozens of listings, Acadia can be viewed as a four-season destination, with plenty of hotels, motels and B&Bs to choose from, and a variety of dining experiences to pick from as well.

There are links to individual businesses’ Web sites or Facebook pages, and TripAdvisor(R) reviews where available. We’re an affiliated partner of TripAdvisor(R). Any reservations you may make through links on this blog are the same price as if you went directly to the partner’s Web site. A small affiliate fee helps support this blog.

acadia year-round

Sand Beach in spring shows the effects of winter storms, with the rocks to eventually be covered by sand again. (NPS photo)

These complimentary listings were first published in acadiaonmymind.com. Not exhaustive or all-inclusive, they’re initially based on information from the various chambers of commerce and business associations in the area. If you know of other Acadia year-round businesses that can be included, feel free to let us know, either in a comment or by using the “Contact Us” form below.

For now, view the free listings as a public service. The listings are not guaranteed as to accuracy or completeness, and are provided for general informational purposes, as a convenience. Inclusion does not constitute a recommendation. Do your usual due diligence before doing business or working with an organization. Remember, confirm a business’s hours by checking the links to the Web site or Facebook page, or by calling.

And if you appreciate this service, tell the business you saw the listing on Acadia on My Mind!

Dolores Kong & Dan Ring

About Dolores Kong & Dan Ring

Dolores Kong and Dan Ring are co-authors of the Falcon guides Hiking Acadia National Park and Best Easy Day Hikes Acadia National Park, and also blog at acadiaonmymind.com. They’ve backpacked the 270-plus miles of the Appalachian Trail in Maine, and are members of the Northeast 111 Club, having hiked all major peaks of the Northeast. Dolores is a former staff reporter at The Boston Globe. Dan is a journalist and former Statehouse bureau chief in Boston for the old Ottaway News Service and for The Republican, the daily newspaper for Springfield, Mass. They are married and live outside Boston.