Port Clyde to Acadia


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  • 6 Days
  • 2023 DatesMay - Oct
  • Difficulty LevelModerate - I Own Bike Shorts

Tour Overview

Our Port Cylde to Acadia Bike Tour offers the perfect combination of beaten-track discoveries with the opportunity to discover the stunning beauty of Acadia National Park. Enjoy six days of cycling along the Maine Coast. Pedal threw funky coastal communities, watch lobstermen haul their traps, and finish the week on the summit of Cadillac Mountain.

What's Included

  • Five nights’ lodging
  • All lodging taxes and gratuities
  • 5 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 4 dinners
  • Detailed route notes and maps plus turn by turn navigation using the Ride with GPS app (no cellular data needed)
  • Experienced Guide(s)
  • Van Support
  • Hybrid or Road Bike
  • Summer Feet Souvenirs – cycling water bottle and t-shirt (available in men’s & women’s fit)

Pick Up/Drop Off

Portland, Maine (PWM)


  • Enjoy 6 days o cycling along the Maine Coast
  • Explore charming towns and coastal villages
  • Sail Penobscot Bay
  • Enjoy a variety of Maine delicacies, from lobster and smoked salmon to fresh blueberries and the local favorite “whoopee pies”

2023 Dates

June 18-23 FULL
July 23-28
August 6-11
September 24-29


$3695.00 per person double occupancy



Day 1Port Clyde to Rockland

We meet at the Ocean Gateway Visitor Center at 8 am for the transfer to the Marshall Point Lighthouse just outside of Port Clyde. Today’s ride will take you through the charming fishing village of Port Clyde, past a hidden cove, and to the Owl’s Head Light. After visiting Owl’s Head, it is an easy pedal to Rockland and your inn for the evening. 

Day 2Rockland to Camden

Leaving Rockland, you enjoy cycling country roads towards Camden. You will visit Rockport Harbor, home of Andre the Seal, cycle Beachamp Point for ocean views, and visit Aldemere Farms, home of the “Oreo Cookie” Cows. A short hike leads to great views of Curtis Island Light before cycling through Camden and along the shore of Lake Megunticook. In the evening, you sail Penobscot Bay on a wooden schooner.

Day 3Camden to Belfast

The rolling hills of Camden offer miles of riding on quiet country roads. Follow these roads through the summer community of Bayside and into the coastal town of Belfast. A little artsier than Camden, Belfast is a great place to enjoy the waterfront and get to know some local artists. In the afternoon, we shuttle to Acadia National Park.

Day 4Acadia's Carriage Roads

Picture breathtaking scenery, gentle grades, and car-free cycling, and you have Acadia’s famous carriage roads. A gift of John D. Rockefeller to help the people of America enjoy Acadia’s beauty, the carriage roads offer the opportunity to cycle through stately forests of pine and birch and to enjoy panoramic views of Mount Desert Island.

  • Cycling Options: 24 or 35 miles Elevation Gain 1800 ft
  • Lodging: The Harborside Hotel
  • Meals: Breakfast and Dinner


Day 5Schoodic Peninsula

Today you enjoy a unique ferry ride across Frenchman Bay to Winter Harbor and the Schoodic Peninsula. You will experience the dramatic power of the open ocean as it crashes along the Schoodic’s rugged shore. Explore the charming town of Winter Harbor and cycle through the Grindstone Neck home to some lovely summer cottages before cycling to the fishing village of Corea for a walk on a secret beach. In the evening, we enjoy fresh Maine lobster.

Day 6Cycling Acadia National Park

You end a memorable week cycling Acadia National Park’s famous Park Loop Road as it winds along the shore and ends with an optional climb up Cadillac Mountain before a noon transfer to Portland.

  • Cycling Options: 24 or 30 miles Elevation Gain 2601 ft
  • Meals: Breakfast


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