Explore Fall Colors in Acadia National Park Maine

Written by  More Than Just Parks

Fall is a beautiful time to visit Maine to enjoy the brilliant colors of the changing leaves.  From canoeing, kayaking, fishing and hiking, to a cruise, visiting a winery, driving along one of Maine's many scenic byways, or simply relaxing at one of the many resorts and inns, fall is the best time of year to visit Maine.  This article, Fall In Maine, from VisitMaine.com has lots of information to help you plan your trip to Maine this fall. This video will take you on an amazing tour of one of the best areas in Maine to enjoy the fall colors - Acadia National Park

The timelapse images in this video bring you beautiful views of warm sunrises and sunsets, trees and landscapes ablaze with the brilliant reds and golden hues of the leaves, clear lakes reflecting the colorful landscape, amazing wildlife, and nighttime skies full of shooting stars.  It will leave you in awe of the spectacular fall scenery that encompasses the park.  Immerse yourself in the fall season with this remarkable video. 

Acadia park is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year as part of the U.S. National Parks Service centennial celebration.  The park is located on the coast of Maine on Mount Desert Island, the second largest island on the eastern seaboard.  Maine's well known and beautiful coastal town, Bar Harbor, is also located here, where you can vacation by the seashore, enjoying an early morning walk along the Shore Path to catch a sunrise, taking a whale watching tour, or visiting the many quaint shops and restaurants along the harbor.

Take a look at our Fall Travel Series for more breathtaking fall travel videos and articles.

Comments from More Than Just Parks on their video:  Acadia is the culmination of several weeks spent exploring Acadia National Park during peak fall color. This film is, in part, a celebration of Acadia's upcoming centennial. It is dedicated to George Dorr. Sculpted by Glaciers and landscaped by beavers, Acadia is full of wonderfully unique features. Rounded mountains, tranquil ponds, rocky coastline, & some of the most beautiful trails in the world comprise this marvelous wonder. This film was shot entirely in 4K.

Looking for a place to stay near Acadia National Park?

The Lindenwood Inn is a historic inn with fifteen rooms and suites that provides Maine charm during your visit.

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Photos courtesy of Maine Office of Tourism

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