Acadia National Park was declared to be “America’s Favorite Place” on Good Morning America yesterday. It’s no coincidence that I chose last weekend to explore parts of the park I’d never visited. When conversations usually turn to Acadia, it’s always “Cadillac Mountain this” or “Thunder Hole that”, which are all incredible spots, but when real locals want the best view around (and quiet), they head for Schoodic Point. The peninsula is situated in Winter Harbor, directly across from Bar Harbor, on Frenchman Bay. Here you’ll find a park loop that highlights some of the most beautiful ocean vistas I’ve seen inside Maine. You’ll see Cadillac Mountain in a brand new light and on the right day, it is almost impossible to tell at which spot on the ocean horizon meets the sky. And bring a camera because as the waves crash up on the rocks at Schoodic Point, you’ll want a photo to relive that memory.