We're camping in Hadley's Point CG for a week in mid July. On our agenda are: kayaking with Acadia Park Kayak Tours, hoping to see whales/puffins on the Bar Harbor Whale Watching Tours, swimming at Echo Lake Beach, popovers at Jordan Pond House, the Great Lumberjack Show, Thunder Hole and the Ocean Path there, Cadillac Mountain (the easiest route up), and more hiking (tbd). I'm assuming we'll drive the Park Loop Road, and will find some lobster and other seafood to eat during our week. :) My kids are 8 and 11 and have done some 'good' hiking in the past. We'll also be traveling with my parents, who might not be doing all the activities with us throughout the week. Question: are we missing something quintessential for the Acadia experience? Are there any moderate "must do" hikes? The Beehive trail has me a little worried. Any thoughts are appreciated. (This was also posted in an Acadia forum -- sorry if it's repetitive).