Beginning Friday, June 12, residents of Vermont and New Hampshire may travel to Maine and stay in commercial lodging establishments with no quarantine requirement and no COVID testing required.
Beginning Friday, July 3, residents of Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York may travel to Maine and stay in commercial lodging establishments with no quarantine requirement and no COVID testing required.
Visitors from all other states may come to Maine and stay in commercial lodging establishments if they EITHER:
- quarantine for 14 days in Maine at a commercial lodging establishment OR
- sign a Certificate of Compliance at check-in stating that they have tested negative for COVID-19 within 72 hours before arriving in Maine, that they will quarantine in Maine for 14 days, or that they have already completed their quarantine in Maine.
For more information, please visit our Travel Resources page.
Where to Stay
Where you stay on your visit to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park adds flavor and character to your vacation. Luxurious inns, hotels, and bed & breakfasts provide personal attention and pampering. Vacation rentals, camping, and cottages let you be independent. You want to stay at a place that’s special – a place where you can relax and refresh. And that’s exactly what you get in Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island.
Whatever your style, you’ll love our genuine Maine hospitality.