Get out there and camp!



FILE PHOTO

FILE PHOTO

U.S. Senator from Maine Angus King cuts the ribbon to officially open Acadia’s new campground at Schoodic in September of last year. He is flanked by, at left, then Superintendent Sheridan Steele. At the right of Senator King are Betsy Hamm of Maine Coast Heritage Trust and Susan Newton, senior vice president of the National Park Foundation. The campground and associated property and bicycle trails, valued at more than $10 million, was donated to the park by a Mount Desert Island summer resident who wishes to remain anonymous. It has nearly 100 sites for tenting and recreational vehicles.

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