Knowing the weather can make a world of difference to your Acadia experience. You may prefer a weather that comes at a certain time of the year. There are always pros and cons of visiting Acadia National Park at different times of the year. During the winter and early spring seasons, Acadia experiences heavy rains that pound the surface of the park.

  • In spring, the weather is quite cold. It is advisable to wear long-sleeved shirts, long pants and light-colored clothing for protection. It can get foggy during this time so keep a torch in case there is heavy fog.
  • Summertime is one of the best times to visit Acadia National Park. The temperatures are mildly hot while the beaches are perfect this time of year for swimming.
  • Fall is mostly snowy at Acadia, with temperatures falling as low as 30oF to 70oF. However, this is the best time to visit for leaf peeping.
  • Winter is the best time for snowmobiling, ice fishing and skiing at Acadia National Park. Temperatures fall low during this time of year, as low as 14F to 35F.

In order to stay in touch with the current weather constitutions, visit the National Weather Service website.

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