The connections between the Acadia and Katahdin regions run deep, through history, among residents and visitors – and now, with the first-ever virtual race that starts on Cadillac and ends on Katahdin, to help raise funds for the two areas. Runners and walkers anywhere in the world can join the 200-mile virtual race, and earn […]
During a recent visit to Acadia National Park, Shirley Beck, who has multiple sclerosis, said she was “very pleased” to find a paved path that allowed her to reach a viewing platform at the Cadillac Mountain summit with her light three-wheel electric scooter. But other physically disabled persons were disappointed they couldn’t access Sand Beach. A user’s guide to what’s accessible, what’s not, in Acadia National Park.
Acadia National Park temporarily closed the road to the Cadillac Mountain summit to incoming vehicles seven different times on Sunday and Monday, underscoring the need for a comprehensive transportation plan at the park, according to a park official. Because of traffic congestion during the busy July 4 weekend, even a quieter side of the park […]