The oldest park east of the Mississippi River, Acadia National Park is 74 square miles of lush woodlands, weathered cliffs, stretched mountain ranges, and reflective waters. From hiking to island hopping, your family will be able to indulge in some of nature’s best. By renting one of the accommodations below, you’ll have quick access to one of the coolest things the park has to offer: a dramatic sunrise over quiet countryside. Then, explore the Schoodic Peninsula, a microcosm of everything the park has to offer that has bike trails, hiking trails, and a lighthouse campers can visit. Expect to be situated nicely during this trip; these accommodations will not only excite the kids but the adults as well. Tree houses, reimagined caravans, and even renovated train carts—the options are unlimited in creativity. Check them out below.