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Acadia National Park - Must do's

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Hi: My family (wife, kids 13, 14) and I will be spending 2 1/2 days in Acadia mid July. We definitely plan to do the Loop Road drive and go up Cadillac Mtn. Beyond that, can we hear what fodorites opinions are other quintessential Acadia "must do" activities? We have done many of the NPs out west (Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce, Arches etc) and love to hike, enjoy amazing scenery and love the ranger hike/programs. If Precipice hike is closed, what would be the best alternatives? Any recommendations on the ranger-led boat tours? Since only 2 days, we want to make sure we plan what we want to do. Thanks in advance for any advice.

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