Maine - Acadia National Park
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The best campervan rental near Acadia National Park, ME

The varied landscape has woodland, rocky beaches, glacier-scoured granite peaks, home to moose, bears, whales, and seabirds. Bar Harbor with its restaurants and shops is a popular gateway to the park and a It’s a great place to rent a camper van.

With evidence of glacial erosion, exposed granite domes, U-shaped valleys, and pebble beaches; the mountains, meadows, lakes, wetlands, streams, forests, and coastlines culminate with a rich biodiversity of plants and animals, perfect for a campervan rental. 

Spring through autumn recreational activities include car and bus touring along the park's paved loop road, hiking, biking, and horseback riding on carriage roads, where vehicle travel is not permitted, and rock climbing. A campervan rental gives access to kayaking and canoeing on lakes and ponds along with swimming at Sand Beach and Echo Lake.

Winter activities include ice fishing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. With two campgrounds located on Mount Desert Island and another on the Schoodic Peninsula, a campervan rental is perfect for an adventure in the Acadia National Park.

Acadia National Park Fun Facts

There are 26 different mountains in the park.

Almost 20% of the Park is considered a wetland.

The park has been known by three names over the years.  Sieur de Monts National Monument opened in 1916, Lafayette National Park 3 years later in 1919, and Acadia National Park in 1929.

With over 120 miles of hiking trails, there is something for all ages and skill levels.

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