Maine Made in Acadia National Park - Lisa-Marie's Made in Maine

Maine Made in Acadia National Park

Maine Made Moments in Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor Maine

*Inhale* … *Exhale*

Bringing the Scent of Maine’s Forests Inside

Tree House:

Top Notes:

Balsam Fir + Greens

Middle Notes:

Pine + Ozone + Clove + Iris

Base Notes:

Cedar + Woodys Musk

+ Milky Coconut + Green Violet

2oz Travel Tin Candle (w/ a wood wick!)

4oz Room & Linen Mist

Upsplash/Scott Goodwill

Where We Stayed: Blackwoods Campground

Acadia is your spot for rugged adventure and ocean-side relaxation. It is one of the most visited National Parks in the United States, where you can take care of all your vacationing needs in one spot. Meander along the towering cliffs and sandy beaches, hike the miles of trail, bike the tree-lined carriage roads, or kayak the peaceful ponds and lakes. Blackwoods Campground is a ten-minute walk from the coast and a free shuttle service connects the campground with all of Acadia’s stellar attractions.

3 More Months ‘Til 2024 📆

This calendar features stunning artwork inspired by everyday moments on the New England coast. Give it as a gift or keep it for yourself to pencil in your next beach picnic, lobster bake or ski day. Available in 2 sizes, Poster & Desktop.

Poster Size –

fits an 11 x 14 frame

frame not included*

Shop 2024 Calendars IN-STORE!

Desktop Size –

fits a 5×7 frame

frame not included*

Exploring: Otter Cliffs, Thunder Hole, Sand Beach, The Bowl (& All Along the Rocky Coastline)

Thunder Hole 🌊

(Why is it called “Thunder Hole?” Learn more!)

Bowl Trail 🌲

(Check out what the “Bowl” looks like here!)

⛰ Hike ME 🥾

“The Gorham Mountain Loop trail is frequently rated as a moderate hike. It’s only around 1.8 miles (2.9 kilometers) as a round-trip, but some segments of the trek up to the 525 namesake mountain peak can be difficult for hikers with less experience.”

👆Taking in the foggy views from Gorham Mountain. Spooky (& pretty cool), right?

Acadia’s Carriage Roads:

Forty-five miles of rustic carriage roads, the gift of philanthropist John D. Rockefeller Jr. and family, weave around the mountains and valleys of Acadia National Park. Rockefeller, a skilled horseman, wanted to travel on motor-free byways via horse and carriage into the heart of Mount Desert Island. His construction efforts from 1913 to 1940 resulted in roads with sweeping vistas and close-up views of the landscape.” – National Park Service

The Way Life Should Be.

Fun Fact: Maine has several catchy slogans – like the one above! – but its official state motto is “Dirigo” which is Latin for “I lead.” What are the others you can name/recite?

Hi! I’m Andrea. I love painting! My hope and dream is to add more beauty, color and joy into the world through the art I create.

~ Andrea Irene Studio