North & South Bubble Rock – Acadia National Park Hike

Hi friends, welcome back! Today I’m sharing another beautiful hike in Acadia National Park called North & South Bubble Rock. This was our last full day in the park and the weather could not have been more beautiful! Jon and I picked up some coffee and were lucky enough to find a parking spot about a five-minute walk from the trail head. Bubble Rock is one of the most famous spots in the park, so finding a spot can be tricky!

After getting lost on our prior hike, I made sure to take a screenshot of the trail map!

The trail is called “North Bubble and South Bubble” in the Alltrails app and is a 1.6 mile out and back moderate rated trail. The trail is usually heavily trafficked, but we went in offseason and didn’t experience the typical crowds.

We started out on North Bubble Rock and the view of Jordan Pond was incredible! It was nice to see the pond on a bright, sunny day.

Jon and I stopped for a quick breakfast here and it was so serene!!

I loved seeing the ocean as far as my eyes could see.

After spending some time relaxing at the top of North Bubble, we headed to South Bubble in search of Bubble Rock. It didn’t take long to get to Bubble Rock and there were only about four other groups at the top. The rock was a lot bigger than I thought, I had no chance of pushing it off the cliff! The rock weighs about 14 tons!

We had some fun taking pictures with Bubble Rock!

We loved the views of Bubble Rock and highly recommend checking out this hike! For a relatively simple hike, the views were amazing!  It was a little slippery, but other than that the hike was pretty easy for us. I think we were on this hike about an hour and a half total, so it’s the perfect hike to add onto other sights.

Thanks for reading!!

6 thoughts on “North & South Bubble Rock – Acadia National Park Hike

  1. PS … I nominated you a few days back for the 10 day Travel Challenge – no worries if it doesn’t suit – its a very busy week…. Have a wonderful Christmas. XXXMarie

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