Biking in Acadia and Bar Harbor is a wonderful vacation activity

Carriage Roads of Acadia National Park Bar Harbor Maine
The Carriage Road at Acadia National Park

Total Length: 45 Miles

45 miles of historic carriage roads donated by the Rockefeller family weave around the mountains and valleys through the heart of Acadia National Park. The roads have crushed rock surfaces perfect for bicycling. Cyclists share the carriage roads with horses and pedestrians, enjoying sweeping vistas and close-up views of one of America’s most breathtaking landscapes.
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Down East Sunrise Trail

Total Length: 30 Miles

The Down East Sunrise Trail is preserving 85 miles of rail corridor for future use by snowmobilers, ATV-ers, pedestrians, bicyclists, cross country skiers, equestrians and walkers. Now, 30 miles of multi-use trail is open for permanent year-round use from Machias, east to Ayers Junction (except for mud season). The remainder of the trail from Machias west to Washington Junction will be opened in phases.
Trail map.