Acadia National Park: Schoodic Peninsula Geology

Rock formations at Schoodic Point, Maine.

In preparation for my trip north this weekend, I went back into my Maine archives and pulled these rock formation photos from March 2008. These were all taken at Schoodic Point in Acadia National Park; one of my absolute favorite places on earth. I spent so much time here as a child, climbing on the rocks and looking into tidal pools that finding these close ups bring back so many great memories. If you ever visit Acadia National Park, be sure to take a day and drive over to the less-visited Schoodic Peninsula for a picnic and play.  If you don’t want to picnic, there’s always a multitude of lobster shacks in the area!

Salt residue on the rocks in Acadia National Park.

A close up of the rocks at Schoodic Point, Maine.

Salt residue on the rocks.

If you’re in Maine this weekend, I hope you can make it to the Emerging Exhibition opening! See you there!

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