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Mediafeed Logo By Larissa Runkle of Mediafeed | Slide 2 of 13: It might be the foggy mornings or the sound of the ocean whipping through the pines, but something about Acadia makes it one of the dreamiest destinations on the Eastern Seaboard. This could make it your perfect place to get out and escape to.With the park set to partially reopen on June 1, chances are you’ll be able to enjoy a drive through 27 scenic miles of Park Loop Road (the park’s main byway) by the time summer arrives. Keep in mind that the Acadia’s famous 45-mile trail network known as the Carriage Roads will in all likelihood remain closed due to ongoing repairs, and that campgrounds and other facilities such as restrooms and gift stores might be slower to open as well.For the most updated info on openings, check with the National Park Service (NPS) before you visit. Other than that, pack up a picnic, bring plenty of water, and plan on being self-sufficient during this (and any) National Park jaunt until things get back to normal. Related article: You’re probably overspending on these 6 monthly bills

1. Acadia National Park – Bar Harbor, Maine

It might be the foggy mornings or the sound of the ocean whipping through the pines, but something about Acadia makes it one of the dreamiest destinations on the Eastern Seaboard. This could make it your perfect place to get out and escape to.

With the park set to partially reopen on June 1, chances are you’ll be able to enjoy a drive through 27 scenic miles of Park Loop Road (the park’s main byway) by the time summer arrives. Keep in mind that the Acadia’s famous 45-mile trail network known as the Carriage Roads will in all likelihood remain closed due to ongoing repairs, and that campgrounds and other facilities such as restrooms and gift stores might be slower to open as well.

For the most updated info on openings, check with the National Park Service (NPS) before you visit. Other than that, pack up a picnic, bring plenty of water, and plan on being self-sufficient during this (and any) National Park jaunt until things get back to normal.

Related article: You’re probably overspending on these 6 monthly bills

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