Acadia National Park is located in Maine, it's pretty small compared to the National Parks you can find on the West Coast, but it's absolutely worth a visit.
Before a visit, make sure to visit the official Current Conditions page. It will give you all the latest information and requirements (roads closed, wildlife situations, construction work, policies/rules updates, etc).
Acadia offers 45 miles of carriage roads that can be use for bicycling. If you don't own a bike, you can rent one in Bar Harbor, the nearest town. It roughly costs $30/day for a normal bike a $100/day for an electrical bike.
Speaking of prices, the fee to enter Acadia National Park is $30/vehicle or $15/person without a car. If you don't have a car, check out Island Explorer, the free shuttle that goes around Acadia, including Bar Harbor. The bus has a rack for bikes.
Unfortunately, Acadia can get pretty crowded in summer, going car-free can be helpful. NPS has a dedicated Avoiding Crowds At Peak Season page with some great tips, including the worrying Always visit Acadia with a back-up plan. So be inquire and plan carefully your trip, it'll be worth it!
Enjoy your visit!
The Bridge and River tour is a scenic 3-hour bicycle tour will take you from the Upper West Side of New York City up and over the George Washington Bridge for a ride along the river on Route 9W. Get the full touring experience and leave New York City for a few hours. During the ride, we make stops at Grants Tomb Memorial on the Upper West Side.
Guided tour of Sapelo Island five miles offshore from the Georgia Coast. Includes roundtrip ferry ride to the Island, the University of Georgia's Marine Institute, R. J. Reynolds Mansion, historic, Sapelo Island Lighthouse, beautiful unspoiled and undeveloped Atlantic Ocean beach, and African-American community of slave descendants.