Schoodic Institute offers education programs for both teachers and students on the Schoodic Education and Research Center campus. The Institute also offers a mix of programs for the public, including lectures, workshops, and classes.
The Schoodic Peninsula
Much of the Schoodic Peninsula was once owned by John G. Moore, a Maine native and Wall Street financier. In the 1920s, Moore’s heirs donated the land to the Hancock County Trustees of Public Reservations with the stipulation that the land be used as a public park, including the “promotion of biological and other scientific research.”
Schoodic Institute's mailing address is PO Box 277, Winter Harbor, ME 04693. Our phone number is 207-288-1310. Our physical location is in Acadia National Park at Schoodic Point. See the directions to our location for more information about how to get here.