Acadia National Park is closed due to the spread of coronavirus across Maine. Park Loop Road, including Ocean Drive, all restrooms, carriage roads, campgrounds, visitor centers and visitor services are closed.

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More than a month after Maine’s first confirmed case of COVID-19, people throughout the state are social distancing indoors. But going outside is one engaging way to keep busy, so long as you keep your distance from others.

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However, some parks in the state have restricted access or closed altogether — including Acadia National Park. Take a look at the map below to find out if your favorite spot is closed.

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This is a running map that will be updated as things change. For more information, visit the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands. Email us at nwilliams@bangordailynews.com if we missed any closures.

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