ACADIA NATIONAL PARK
More than 500 million years ago a series of geological events began the formation of what is now Acadia National Park.
Unique to the park are rock formations left as remnants from several great ice sheets. Known as continental glaciers, these massive ice sheets receded across the landscape, leaving exposed, all three types of rock formations - metamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous.
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