There are so many good reasons to picnic at Maine’s Acadia National Park that it’s hard to know where to begin. First, the terrain is quite diverse. Want a mountain view? Acadia boasts Cadillac Mountain, the tallest on the Atlantic coast. How about woodlands? Acadia’s 47,000 acres has you covered. Lakes? Yep, almost 30. And don’t forget about the beaches either. Set up shop anywhere, or opt for one of six designated picnic areas with tables (over 155) and fireplaces. And to top off all these reasons, 2016 is also the 100-year anniversary of the park.