When you find your way up to the glorious summit of the Beehive Trail in Acadia National Park, Maine, realize that a million years ago it was under 10,000 ft of water which explains a lot about the formations. Most of the exposed surfaces are smooth and the fissures have been gracefully carved by a millennia of rushing Atlantic tides.
Rifle through your pockets or bedside change jar, and you'll likely find Maine's commemorative 2003 quarter which features the idyllic Midcoast Maine Pemaquid Point Lighthouse. Better yet, load out the crew and head for the Sherwood Forest Campsite and Cabins which serves as an ideal jumping off point for all of the Pemaquid area attractions.
October 21, 2019