Acadia National Park in Maine has been home to inhabitants ranging from the Wabanaki Indians to millionaires such as John D. Rockefeller, Jr., who donated thousands of acres to the park and established its system of carriage roads. Author Amy Graham helps readers learn all about the park’s founding, rich history, and varied attractions, including Cadillac Mountain, Thunder Hole, Jordan Pond, a boreal forest, and tide pools. Details about all of the resident wildlife are here, along with pointers on how to prevent pollution and “leave no trace” during a visit. Graham covers fun local activities like hiking andr biking along carriage roads and visiting Sand Beach, the Abbe Museum, and Bass Harbor Head Light.
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