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Jordan Pond in Maine's Acadia National Park. Acadia's pine forests, mountains, lakes, and rugged coastlines cover more than 35,000 acres, mostly on Mount Desert Island but also on Isle Au Haut, Baker Island, and a portion of the Schoodic Penninsula.  
Credit: Adam Jones/Photodisc 
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Boats in Northeast Harbor, a quiet community ironically located on the southern tip of Mount Desert Island  
Credit: Anthony Cortese/Flickr 
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Sunset seen from Mount Cadillac, the highest peak in Acadia National Park  
Credit: Barbara Peacock/Photographer's Choice/Getty 
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The Bass Harbor Head Light has guided boats into the harbor, on the southwestern coast of Mount Desert Island, since 1858.  
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Early morning light colors the rocky shore at Acadia's Otter Cliff  
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Winter on Cadillac Mountain  
Credit: Todd M. Edgar/National Park Service 
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A mushroom sprouts amid reindeer lichen in Acadia National Park.  
Credit: Vik Nanda/Flickr 
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Brilliant autumn colors on the road to Acadia's Parkman Mountain  
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Wildflowers beside a trail in Acadia National Park  
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A picturesque winter scene in Acadia National Park  
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