Acadia National Park is one of the most beautiful wilderness regions in the eastern U.S., particularly in the fall when the leaves change to a dozen different shades of red, yellow, and orange. In this video, we travel to Acadia to get a sense of what makes it such a special place. From the beaches to the thick forest, to the tops of mountains, this is a journey through the park that will leave you eager to see more.
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3 thoughts on “Video: Acadia National Park in the Fall”
Nice video although I'm curious how you got some of the aerial video as it is illegal to fly drones in national parks.
You're right, drones are prohibited in national parks, and for good reason. But, it is still possible to get a permit to film using a drone if you go through the proper channels. They aren't easy to obtain, and the Park Service greatly limits them, but it is possible.
Cool. Good info to know. I've been going to Acadia every fall since 2002 for a week. In 2018 I'm spending two weeks there. It's nice to see your different view of the park. Thanks.
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