I did a 10.6 mile hike today, primarily along Acadia's carriage roads from the Hulls Cove Visitor Center to Conners Nubble, a small mountain that overlooks Eagle Lake.
I was happy to see that almost all of the carriage roads were free of ice and snow. It was sunny, but temperatures in the teens and low twenties kept visitation light. I saw around 10 people during the almost four hours I was at the park.
I wasn't able to make it to the summit of Connors Nubble due to extensive icing on the trail leading up to the summit, but was able to make it high enough to enjoy the view.
Here is a map of my hike.