A Conversation with Long-Serving Acadia National Park Superintendent

Oct 29, 2015

Acadia National Park soon marks two major milestones: celebrating its 100th anniversary next July, and bidding farewell to longtime Park Superintendent of Acadia, Sheridan Steele who is retiring as of Friday after 12 years on the job. Steele has overseen the park during a period of growth where 2.5 million visitors enter the park each year. Steele spoke with MPBN's Jennifer Rooks about some of the challenges Acadia faces as he concludes his tenure. One of the biggest concerns is the park's increasing popularity