Sand Beach at Acadia National Park, Maine: the Water is Always
Cold, but the Views will Warm You Up to this Classic Rocky Maine Coast
Sand Beach, Acadia National Park,
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Sand Beach, on the east side of Mt. Desert Island in Maine,
is the first stop along the famed 27-mile long Park Loop Rd., and just
might be the most memorable visit on your Acadia National Park
vacation. Perfectly formed with scenic hills on one side and rocky
areas on the other, this special travel destination affords amazing
Maine beach views everywhere you look. It's not so much the parts --
the rare expansive Maine sand, chilling clean water, classic Maine rock
formations, fresh air, the southern exposure -- but the sum of scenic
qualities that brings together an incredible feeling of peace and
relaxation. It's truly one of those "you just have to be there" places
that will stay in your mind, long after you've left.
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