Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse
Renowned for its natural features, Acadia features a rocky ocean shoreline, hiking trails, pristine ponds and lakes, bicycling paths, woodlands, and sweeping views. The Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, built in 1858, is one of the most frequently photographed of Maine lighthouses, and with good reason. It is dramatically perched on a cliff, with panoramic views of the harbor and islands in the distance.
Photo courtesy of Maine Office of Tourism