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The 2021 vacation season is going to be a great one here in Acadia!
Welcome to Acadia! We offer many vacation rental options and hope you spend some time here exploring them, then click on the Inquire button at the top of each property listing page and complete the inquiry form — we will reply as quickly as possible, with the info you need and a quote for the selected property.
As of May 1, 2021, Maine no longer requires proof of a negative test or quarantine for travelers to the state. Full vaccinations are strongly encouraged for all travelers.
If one or more states see a spike in cases of highly contagious COVID-19 variants, Maine will apply its test or quarantine requirement to travelers to and from that state. The Maine CDC will publicly announce any such states when they are identified.
And on May 13th: Good News from the Governor! —
The Mills Administration on May 13 updated its public health protocols under the Moving Maine Forward Plan. Effective May 24th, Maine will:
lift all capacity limits and requirements to physically distance in all public outdoor settings.
lift all capacity limits in public indoor venues. Physical distancing requirements are also eliminated, except in settings where people are eating or drinking and therefore would be removing their face covering – such as indoor restaurants, bars, dining areas in camps or in congregate living facilities, and break rooms.
Face coverings must still be worn in public indoor settings. The Maine Department of Health and Human Services and Maine Department of Education will separately update school-based protocols. The Biden Administration has said that as we approach July 4th the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will issue updated guidance, based on the best available science and the pace of vaccinations, on permissible activities after being vaccinated. The State of Maine will closely evaluate any changes in Federal recommendations.
AND YAY! — Bar Harbor’s famous July 4th Parade & Fireworks events return this season
Note that this season Acadia National Park will be using a new reservations system for Park entry and access the new timed-entry reservation system, will officially go into effect in summer 2021, is to combat the traffic and gridlock along its most popular roads. It will require visitors to make reservations to drive up Cadillac Mountain summit road, which traces the highest peak on the eastern seaboard. The reservation system only applies to vehicles, not pedestrians or cyclists, and would require an additional to-be-determined fee to the regular $30 park entrance fee. Sign up online here.
Visitors will be able to make online reservations for 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, though the timeframe will be different for Cadillac Mountain due to the peak’s popularity at sunrise and sunset. There will be no restrictions on length of stay, but reservation holders will have a designated time window to park their vehicle once the system is implemented in June 2021.
Please enjoy exploring all the interesting Park and local links provided below