The conclusion of hiking all the peaks in Acadia National Park. We get creative to keep our enthusiasm up, discover a little trail magic. and find that the busiest isn’t always the best.
This is part two of hiking all the peaks in Acadia with my family, where I try various strategies to keep my kids moving up the trail. The good news is, they only broke down once.
For some reason, I thought hiking all the peaks in Acadia would be great summer family fun. This is the story of peaks one through ten.
It’s high time for tourists in Acadia National Park. Those of us who live here see the same mistakes over and over again. Here’ show to avoid them.
This has been my summer to get kids to do hard things. Thankfully, I’ve come up with a few strategies to help out.
Heading to Acadia with kids? Don’t miss these three popular posts on all things Acadia.
If you get outside enough, you build outside memories in the landscape around you, and that landscape becomes meaningful in a different way, every time.
You’ve come all the way to Bar Harbor and Acadia, and it rained. What can you do on a rainy day in Bar Harbor? I’ve four things to keep everyone busy.
Looking for the very best campground on Mount Desert Island for your Acadia vacation? Here’s the scoop on where the locals go.
Summer is here and swimming season is upon us. Looking to while away some hours lakeside? Here are the best swimming spots in Acadia National Park.