15 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Acadia National Park in the Off-season

Acadia National Park – known for its rocky shorelines, teal blue waters, and giant pines. But visiting in off-season, or any months between October and April, brings snow-capped boulders, green seas, and unique views through leafless trees.

The best way to share this experience is through photos of top locations. Take a gander through the following pictures to inspire you to head to this protected land during the winter months.

And keep a lookout for our Itinerary to Acadia National Park in Winter!

Sand Beach

Sand Beach - Acadia National Park, Maine

Sand Beach - Acadia National Park, Maine

Sand Beach - Acadia National Park, Maine

Thunder Hole

Thunder Hole - Acadia National Park, Maine

Otter Cliff and Otter Point

Otter Point - Acadia National Park, Maine

Otter Point - Acadia National Park, Maine

Otter Cliff - Acadia National Park, Maine

Jordan Pond

Jordan Pong - Acadia National Park, Maine

Atlantic Beer Company

Atlantic Beer Company - Acadia National Park, Maine

Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse

Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse - Acadia National Park, Maine

Ship Harbor

Ship Harbor - Acadia National Park, Maine

Ship Harbor - Acadia National Park, Maine

Wonderland

Wonderland - Acadia National Park, Maine

Wonderland - Acadia National Park, Maine

Wonderland - Acadia National Park, Maine

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