Hiking in Acadia NP, Maine

Last week, we got to spend a couple of days hiking in Acadia National Park in Maine.  The weather was fairly cool but we managed to avoid the rain.  We mainly focused on family-friendly hikes and ended up doing the Ocean Path from Sand Beach to Otter Cliff, walking around areas of Jordan Pond and Cadillac Mountain, the Ship Harbor Trail, the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse walk, and South Bubble Mountain.  As of right now, I don’t have any plans to release a trip report on Acadia NP or any of the specific hikes.  Although, I guess a combined single report showcasing the best spots might be a nice idea.  Here are a few pictures from our hikes.

Sand Beach stands out in the midst of the forested landscape
The Ocean Path has many sections of colorful pink granite rock outcroppings
A visit to Jordan Pond is mandatory during a trip to Acadia NP
The Bass Harbor Head Light has an amazing setting on the edge of sea cliffs
The summit of Cadillac Mountain has a number of trails to explore
Holding Stefan at the top of South Bubble Mountain with Jordan Pond in the background