At Travelocity, prices for Acadia National Park hotels range from $59 per night to $262 per night. The cost of lodging near Acadia National Park depends on the location, time of year, and amenities you need to create your ideal national park vacation.
You can choose from 1,876 hotels near Acadia National Park at Travelocity–so you’re sure to find one that’s right for you in the park or in the nearby cities and towns.
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See the looming shapes of the “Bubbles” mountains reflected in the exceptionally clear and deep water of Bar Harbor’s glacial pond.
Step back in time and explore Mount Desert Island along the network of roads that John D. Rockefeller, Jr. created in the early 19th century.
Hone your photography skills by taking artistic images of this towering headland while you listen to the soothing sound of waves lapping the rounded stones at its base.
Drive or hike to the top of Mount Desert Island’s tallest mountain at daybreak and you will be the first person to view sunrise in the United States.
Explore the lovely green spaces of Thuya Garden and also enjoy the hiking trails in Northeast Harbor. Wander the area's waterfront or simply enjoy one of its lively bars.
Explore Acadia National Park's Visitors Center, a popular green space in Bar Harbor, and enjoy the hiking trails. Wander the area's waterfront or simply enjoy one of its lively bars.