Acadia National Park


Join us on a guided tour! Visiting Acadia National Parks is an unforgettable experience.

Day Long Tours & Hikes

Day Long Small Group Experiences

Welcome to Good Trip Adventures, your premier destination for immersive Acadia National Park tours. With our experienced guides and in-depth knowledge of the park, we offer you the opportunity to explore this breathtaking wilderness like never before.

At Good Trip Adventures, we understand that Acadia National Park is a true natural gem, with its rugged coastline, majestic mountains, and diverse wildlife. Our guided tours are carefully crafted to showcase the park’s highlights while providing you with an enriching and safe experience.

From $1175 per group

Explore the land and sea of Acadia National Park. Your day may include stops at iconic destinations such as Thunder Hole and Jordan Pond, while also leaving time to hike on the trails and away from crowds.

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From $1295 per group

Discover the beauty of Acadia on a bike tour tailored to your preferences. Hit the carriage roads, traveling through forests, around crystal-clear lakes, and along seaside cliffs.

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From $1050 per group

Join your guide for a half-day private biking tour of Acadia to explore the park’s stunning landscapes and scenic trails. With over 45 miles of carraige roads, pedal through forests, around crystal-clear lakes, and along picturesque cliffs.

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From $995 per group

Wake up before the sun for a hike or drive up Cadillac Mountain – one of the first places the sun’s rays hit in the United States. After sunrise, visit the park’s iconic spots before the crowds and be back by late morning!

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From $995 per group

Enjoy a leisurely day exploring Acadia National Park. This tour is perfect for folks looking to enjoy a slower paced day or with limited time and includes a drive to the top of Cadillac Mountain.

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$279 per person

Join a small group for a full day exploring the land and sea of Acadia National Park. 

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Group Multi-Day Trips

Link Up with other explorers on these multi-day adventures

Join us for any of our public trip offerings! Meet other adventure-oriented folks from across the globe on the trip of a lifetime, from long backpacking trips to grounded wellness experiences. Explore hidden gems and glorious vistas with the best guides around. Because you know you deserve a Good Trip.

$2695 per person

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From the waters to the mountaintops, explore Acadia National Park on this multi-sport, wildlife focused adventure.


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Custom Private Itineraries

Didn’t see what you were looking for? Book a Custom trip for The perfectly planned adventure.

We offer custom itineraries for families, friends, and corporate groups. Whether you want to camp in the backcountry or enjoy day trips while sleeping in comfortable hotels, we can plan the perfect adventure for your group! Explore some of our sample itineraries and contact us so we can plan your dream vacation!

This Region

National Parks



Region Overview

The American East features rolling mountains, stunning waterfalls, and thousands of miles of both coastline and hiking trails.

Whether you’re looking for a week-long trek on the Appalachian Trail or  a weekend winery escape in the Finger Lakes, we’ve got you covered.

Acadia National Park

Acadia National park is the crown jewel of northern New England and is home to the highest rocky headlands along the Atlantic coastline of the United States. This park is easily paired with other highlights of the Northeast.

Olympic FAQ’s


Your Trip Questions Answered!
When is the best time to visit?

The best time to visit Acadia National Park is typically from late spring to early fall. During this period, the weather is generally mild, allowing for enjoyable outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, and kayaking. Additionally, visitors can witness stunning foliage in the fall, adding an extra layer of beauty to the park’s landscapes. In the off-season, many facilities in the park and town shut down entirely.

What will the weather be like?

In Acadia National Park, spring brings mild temperatures ranging from around 40°F to 60°F with occasional rain showers. As summer approaches, temperatures climb to a comfortable range of 60°F to 80°F, making it ideal for outdoor activities. Fall in Acadia is characterized by crisp air and stunning foliage, with temperatures gradually dropping from 50°F to 70°F.. It’s important to note that weather conditions can vary, so it’s always a good idea to check the forecast before your visit!

What highlights might I see?

Cadillac Mountain stands out as the tallest peak on the East Coast, offering stunning sunrise and sunset views. Jordan Pond provides a tranquil setting for leisurely walks and scenic picnics, with the iconic Jordan Pond House nearby for delicious popovers. Thunder Hole showcases the power of the Atlantic Ocean as waves crash against the rocky coastline, creating thunderous echoes. Additionally, visitors can explore the picturesque coastal landscapes along the Park Loop Road and marvel at the rugged beauty of places like Sand Beach and Otter Cliffs.

Will I see wildlife?

Acadia National Park is home to a diverse array of wildlife, offering ample opportunities for wildlife viewing. Visitors may encounter white-tailed deer, red foxes, and porcupines, while birdwatchers will delight in spotting various bird species, including bald eagles, peregrine falcons, and great horned owls. Additionally, the park’s coastal habitats support marine life such as harbor seals and various seabirds including the puffin!

Should I combine this trip with another National Park?

Although there are no other national parks nearby Acadia, we love to combine the park with amazing activities and accommodations up and down the Maine coast!

Are there any entry regulations I should know about?

Although Acadia does not have general timed entry, a permit is required to visit Cadillac Mountain between May and October. Additionally, many park roads are closed during the winter season.

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