Fun Facts

58Miles of woodland roads free of motor vehicles
1913Year John D. Rockefeller started project
120Miles of hiking trails within the Park
17Stone faced bridges on the island

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TOURS/ Rates Day Mountain:  Take a scenic one-hour tour around the mountain, meandering in and out of the woods.  Enjoy several spectacular views of the

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Info Today, the Carriage Roads in Acadia National Park remain the best example of turn-of-the-century “broken stone” roads in America. But this system still needs

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We offer horse-drawn carriage rides in Acadia National Park from May to October. We also have stalls that you can rent and bring your own horse(s)

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Beth Badger

Thank you for all you do to make it possible for us to ride our horses in historic Acadia. Dream come true. XXOO Beth

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Wendy Brynan

We had a wonderful ride this morning. Thank you

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Maralee Capella

Hi. I went for a tour today and enjoyed it very much!

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The Valentino’s and McCann’s

Thank you Emily, Gub and Pete for a great ride! Your friends..the Valentino’s and McCann’s from NJ!

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acadia-jasperdo-flickr-e1403458757775Carriages of Acadia, Inc. is a family owned Maine Corporation which holds a concession contract with the National Park Service to provide horse-drawn carriage tours and private horse boarding facilities in Acadia National Park on the Coast of Maine.  Formed in 2009, Carriages of Acadia, Inc. provides tours to some 20,000 passengers annually over the world famous carriage roads built in the early 1900 by the renowned philanthropist, John D. Rockefeller, Jr.  The historically narrated tours of various lengths offer beautiful ocean views as well as giving the passengers the opportunity to admire some of the most spectacular bridge construction of the 20th century.  Additionally, Carriages of Acadia, Inc. is tasked with providing boarding facilities for up to 34 horses per night for private individuals to “vacation with their horses” and ride the 52 miles of carriage trails with no motorized traffic to contend with.

21 Dane Farm Rd., Seal Harbor, ME 04675