Next time you plan a family vacation, romantic weekend getaway or a trip with friends, consider Maine as your travel destination. This wilderness state has a lot to offer and is a popular year-round vacation spot. From the Great North Woods, to the southern coastline, Maine has a wide variety of things to see and do.
If you’re looking for a summer vacation destination, Maine is a great place to plan a getaway. Beautiful beaches and a rocky coastline, featuring over 60 lighthouses, make Maine a top beach destination in the summer months! There are plenty of small, quaint towns to explore after a long, hot day on the beach. Head to Freeport or Kittery to enjoy the wide variety of outlet stores, and grab a fresh Maine lobster roll at one of the many seaside towns.
Take a trip to Portland, Maine and tour one of the microbreweries in the city, followed by a sunset cruise in Casco Bay during the evening. Check out Augusta, the quaint capitol city of Maine, where you can tour a variety of historical sites, including the Governor’s Mansion. For an outdoor adventure, have a picnic lunch at Bicentennial Park or kayak in Kennebec River.
Get away from the cities and towns, to experience all the peace and solitude that rural Maine has to offer. Hike through the Great North Woods, a beautiful expanse of forest, or bike along the famous Appalachian Trail. If you enjoy camping, Maine is a fantastic camping destination! A particularly popular camping location is Acadia National Park. Be sure to drive to the White Mountain region in the west and hike along the mountain trails! Finally, if you are looking to plan a winter skiing vacation, book a trip to Sunday River or Sugarloaf Resort.
Maine is a beautiful place to visit any time of the year. This state is full of natural wonders, and has a little something to offer everyone! Plan your trip to Maine today.
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West Forks, Maine Rafting Trips - Maine's fun, safety conscious, value-priced whitewater outfitter offering trips on the Kennebec and Dead Rivers from May to Oct. Tent camping, cabin tents, Dead River Lodge & Rivers Inn for groups. The area's only outdoor climbing wall!
Boothbay Harbor, Maine Bed & Breakfasts - Enjoy our serene hilltop setting and incredible view of Boothbay Harbor. Well-appointed comfortable guest rooms, private baths, great amenities, inviting common areas and delicious breakfast. In-town convenience.
Bath, Maine Bed & Breakfasts - Kismet Inn, has a reputation as a guest-friendly and completely environmentally toxin and fragrance free bed and breakfast. Kismet inn prides itself as an all organic bed and breakfast which has been recognized as the 3rd best Inn Nationally on CNN
Southwest Harbor, Maine Bed & Breakfasts - All suites inn, located on the harbor in the quiet village of Southwest Harbor , Maine.
Saco, Maine Fishing Trips - Sportfishing charters within 5 minutes of OLD ORCHARD BEACH MAINE. We are the longest operating charter boat in the Old Orchard Beach area. We also offer fishing and lobstering trips specifically geared for children. Scenic cruises and Seal Watching
Jonesboro, Maine Hunting Guides - We take great pleasure and satisfaction in sharing Maine's beautiful wilderness with like sportsmen and women. Through our guided hunting and fishing trips, many have taken home their "trophy of a lifetime" and many return year after year!
Addison, Maine Scenic Cruises & Boat Tours - The Maine Windjammer Association includes 8 traditional sailing vessels that offer 3- to 6-day cruises along the coast from May to October. Great sailing, great shipmates, great food, including a lobster feast on every cruise.
Greenville, Maine Rafting Trips - Northeast Whitewater Rafting, Kayaking, Moose Safaris and Wildlife Tours - Maine White Water Rafting and Kayak Trips and Instruction - Moosehead Lake, Greenville, Maine
Upper Enchanted Township, Maine Fishing Trips - Bulldog Camps is a traditional remote Maine sporting camp located on Enchanted Pond in the western mountains. We offer waterfront lodging, full meal plans, guide service, and activities such as hunting, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking and biking.
Seal Cove, Maine Museums - The Seal Cove Auto Museum features over 50 early automobiles and motorcycles from the Brass Era (1895-1917), telling the story of the innovation, ingenuity, and the power of imagination that created these vehicles and transformed life in America.
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