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.
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Wildlife watch: buffleheads and loons in Camden Harbor
Acadia National Park aided by policies of FDR and Theodore Roosevelt