With toddlers in tow, we opted for an easy family friendly hike in the morning. The Ocean Path is a 2-mile stretch along the northeast coastline of Acadia National Park. We probably only covered a third of the length in an hour and a half.
After dropping off the kids at the hotel pool for the afternoon, the rest of us went on a real hike. The Dorr Ladder trail is only a 2-mile in-and-out, but is not a trail to be underestimated (the trail is rated as ‘hard’ on AllTrails). This is one of the iron rung trails that Acadia National Park is known for – the other two better known iron rung trails for adrenaline junkies are the Precipice and Beehive.