There are several characters named Acmon (Ἄκμων) in Greek mythology:
- Acmon (Dactyl), one of the mythical race of Dactyls
- Acmon of Phrygia, Phrygian king who gave his name to the district known as Acmonia
- Acmon, the Aenead, son of Clytius (son of Aeolus), a friend of Aeneas in Roman mythology
- Acmon (Cercops), mischievous forest creature who lived in Thermopylae or on Euboea but roamed the world and might turn up anywhere mischief was afoot.
Acmon in Greek mythology was one of the Dactyls, associated with the anvil, or perhaps the Corybantes. He was the son of Socus and Combe.