Acadia National Park cabins have so much to offer – waterfront, woodsy, rustic, contemporary – and are great places to stay while enjoying a national park adventure.
By Cathryn McCann
Mar 15 2022
If you’ve ever explored New England, you’re probably familiar with Acadia National Park in Maine. Established in 1916, it’s the oldest American national park east of the Mississippi River and one of the most popular, welcoming more than 2.5 million visitors each year. And just like the park’s many recreational offerings, there are a wide range of Acadia National Park cabins, hotels, inns, and campsites to suit every stay.
Acadia National Park is a favorite destination for locals and visitors alike, with its woodlands, lakes, mountains, and ocean shoreline. And with just under 50,000 acres of land, there’s more than enough to explore — from more than 2,000 coastal acres on Isle au Haut to beautiful sunsets on Cadillac Mountain. For those who love wildlife, plants, greenery, and adventure, Acadia National Park is unquestionably a great place to check out. And with so many special things to see, there’s no reason your accommodations shouldn’t be, too! For a rustic wilderness experience that’s a step up from camping, here are some of our favorite Acadia National Park cabins for rent in close proximity to all the hiking, biking, kayaking, and exploring you can imagine.
We dare you to resist this collection of cozy Acadia National Park cabins! All are available for rent through Airbnb or Vrbo. Click on the name of the cabin to learn more.
Entire cabin (sleeps 6), 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, average $680 per night
Entire cabin (sleeps 4), 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, average $275 per night
Entire cabin (sleeps 6), 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, average $220 per night
Entire cabin (sleeps 4), 2 studio beds, 1 bathroom, average $150 per night
Entire cabin (sleeps 2), 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, average $165 per night
1520 sq. foot cabin (sleeps 6), 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, average $359 per night
1200 sq. foot cabin (sleeps 4), 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, average $200 per night
3400 sq. foot cabin (sleeps 10), 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, average $420 per night
For more, check out a collection of photos of Acadia National Park, where to find the best photo ops in Acadia National Park, the best ways to explore Bar Harbor, and what it’s like to experience the sunrise on Cadillac Mountain.
Have you ever stayed at one of the many Acadia National Park cabins, inns, hotels, or campsites?
This post was first published in 2017 and has been updated.