MOUNT DESERT ISLAND — After mostly dodging the wrath of Hurricane Irene, Acadia National Park reopened to visitors this morning, as the park lifted temporary closures of all campgrounds and roads.

Officials warned that high tides, which peak at 11:20 a.m., could still bring debris and flooding to some roads, and urged drivers to use caution. Vehicles should not drive through standing water, and hikers should watch for erosion, wet rocks and precarious tree limbs.

Lastly, drivers on the Ocean Park section of the loop road and the road to Schoodic Point must only park in the designated areas. For more information, call the park at 207-288-8749, or follow updates on Twitter at @AcadiaNPS.