Acadia National Park
Scroll down for info. on travel to Maine during the Covid 19 outbreak
Activities and Area Information
- The Abbe Museum, People of the First Light, Wabanaki exhibit and history
Hancock and Downeast
- Beaches and hiking trails at Donnell Pond Public Reserved Land
- Schoodic Maine Guide, Hancock Point Kayak Tours
- Frenchman Bay Conservancy
Southwest Harbor area
- Island cruises, Bass Harbor
- Seal Cove Auto Museum, a must see
- Acadia Chamber, lots of info. on area activities
Information on Traveling to Maine During the Covid 19 Outbreak 2022
- What are Maine’s policies for visitors traveling from out-of-state?
Maine no longer requires proof of a negative test or quarantine for travelers to the state.
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.
What are Maine’s policies on wearing face coverings?
- Effective May 24, Maine aligned with U.S. CDC guidance to allow fully vaccinated individuals to not wear face coverings indoors.
- Effective July 1, face coverings are no longer required for those 5 years of age and older in indoor school and childcare settings.
- Maine CDC recommends that anyone who is not fully vaccinated continues to wear a face covering in public indoor settings.
- US CDC requires that people wear face coverings in all forms of public transportation, such as planes, buses, and trains.
- US CDC specifically recommends that people wear face coverings in healthcare settings and in congregate living settings like jails and shelters.
For further details, please consult this face coverings FAQ.
For all other questions, including International travel to Maine and testing for visitors, click here:
From atop Caddilac Mountain
Bass Harbor Head Light, Pamela Parker photo