Exploring Schoodic Peninsula  in Acadia National Park 

Schoodic Trail System

You’ll find trailheads throughout and jutting off the Schoodic Loop Road. The trail options range from easy to challenging scrambling and steep inclines. Bicyclists have more than 8 miles of trails too, and hikers are also welcome. 

Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park

While this is an educational and research facility, public programs and activities are offered throughout the year.

Schoodic Camping Under the Stars

The quieter side of Acadia National Park means more space at campgrounds and some of the most dynamic night skies on the Eastern Seaboard. Schoodic Woods Campground is one of these camping options and is the only NPS camping area on this side of the park. 

Schoodic Point

Schoodic Point is at the tip of the peninsula with a generous parking area and stunning views of the Fiery Foundation that stands out from the Mount Desert side of the island. 

Birch Harbor Eateries

Almost as legendary as the Schoodic Peninsula itself is The Pickled Wrinkle in Birch Harbor, which is a name and a menu item. 

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