• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Acadia NP to require reservations to visit certain park sites during peak fall color season

Acadia National Park will require all motorists using the Sand Beach park entrance and Cadillac Summit Road to use a new vehicle registration program starting in October that could reduce traffic and parking congestion at these heavily-trafficked locations.

The idea of the pilot program, park Superintendent Kevin Schneider said, is to guarantee access to people at peak times in highly congested areas ― the Sand Beach park entrance and the Cadillac Summit Road ― from Oct. 1-18.

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