Oli’s Trolley Provides Professional and Courteous Step-On Guide Service
Oli’s Trolley provides professional and courteous step-on guide service. Our guides will meet your group in beautiful downtown Bar Harbor at the fountain at Agamont Park. Agamont Park is the on the waterfront (you may use 1 West Street for your coach GPS – and the fountain is located at the top of the park which runs parallel to 1 West Street, where Oli’s Trolley Gift Shop and Ticket Office is located.
Motor coach tours of Acadia National Park are required to have:
- A commercial use authorization permit~ obtained from Acadia National Park by calling 207.288.8735 cost $300.00 good for 1 year and please allow at least 30 days to obtain
- A reservation to visit Cadillac Mountain, cost $6.00 per coach, – reservation is obtained online at recreation.gov, once you receive your commercial use authorization permit you should request a recreation.gov account. When making your Cadillac Mountain reservation, which is a timed entry, the reservation for the 3 hour tour should be made 1 hour prior to tour end time. For example: if your tour is 9am to 12 pm, then Cadillac Mountain reservation should be 11 am, the reservation for the 4 hour tour should be 30 minutes after tour start time. For example, if your tour is 9am to 12 pm the reservation should be made for 9:30 am.
- Entrance fee into Acadia National Park – cost $150.00 per coach.
3 Hour Tour$425
Fully narrated tour of Acadia National Park – the guide will point out historical sites and mansions on the way to Acadia National Park. This tour will make three 15minute stops for walks and photos to include Cadillac Mountain, Thunder Hole and the Jordan Pond Area.
4 Hour Tour$550
Fully Narrated Tour of Acadia National Park – The guide will point out the historic sites and mansions on the way into Acadia National Park. This tour will make four 30 minute stops for walks and photos to include Cadillac Mountain, Thunder Hole, Jordan Pond Area, and the Sieur d’Monts Spring area, the location of the Nature Center and Wild Gardens of Acadia.