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Acadia National Park

Is Located near the town of Bar Harbor. This spot has been officially recognized as clothing optional for many years, going back to the 1940's. Park officials allow nudity there, and do not bother sunbathers as long as they follow these rules:

No lewd behavior or sex.
No alchohol.
No drugs.
Dogs must be kept tied and not allowed to roam free.

The nude sunbathing area is on an outcrop of rock ledges on the east edge of the lake, hidden from any public area, and provides great diving and swimming.

From Ellsworth take route 3 to Hull's Cove.
Turn right onto Crooked Rd.
Go about 1/2 mile and look for road on left.
There is a small national park sign indicating you are there.
It is not easy to see. Drive slow or you'll go by it.
The road is paved for a few feet, then dirt.
Go 1/4 mile and park at the first upper lot (free parking).

Follow the trail through the woods and decend to the clothing optional area, on the rock ledges by the lake. (The lower parking lot will take you to the public non-nude beach). There is a restroom facility provided at the lower public parking lot (nudity is not allowed in this area).


This is a secluded spot with a couple swimming holes, a waterfall, and very clear water. The upper swimming hole is for those who usually wear bathing suits, so climb down the ledge to get to the lower holes where the skinny dipping takes place.

The ledges can be slippery, so if it's wet, walk along the road back towards the two bridges about a 10th of a mile, and then climb down the banking to the water. The upper swimming hole has a natural water slide, so bring a bathing suit if you want to do that. It's right in the forest, so don't set any fires.

From the town of Bethel, follow signs to Sunday River, about six miles down Sunday River Road.
After the signs to the covered bridge, bear right at the fork
You'll pass the covered bridge on your left.
The road turns to dirt part way down.
When you see two very old logging bridges, turn left and cross them
Take your first right and drive aprox. 6/10ths of a mile to the parking area on the right.