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Welcome to Maine, Your Year Round Destination

From the iconic lighthouses perched along sparkling bays, to Portland's cobblestone streets boasting award-winning restaurants, Maine offers unique year-round experiences for everyone.

Visit world-class art museums. Enjoy the tastes of Maine from a famous lobster shack to fine dining. Enjoy one of our many ski lodges or spot moose with a Maine guide in the northern wilderness.

Whether you are looking for a peaceful retreat or a fun-filled family experience, the Maine Tourism Association will guide you with the information and resources you need to plan an unforgettable trip.

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  • Downeast and Acadia

    DownEast & Acadia

    Maine's DownEast & Acadia region encompasses the easternmost portion of the state, stretching along the coast to the Canadian border. The term "DownEast" was traditionally the direction the sailing…

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  • Aroostook County

    Aroostook County

    Aroostook County is Maine's northernmost region and the largest county in the state. Bordering the provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick, Canada, the region encompasses 3.5 million acres of forested land…

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  • The Maine Highlands

    The Maine Highlands

    The Maine Highlands, nestled in the center of the state, is located just north of The Kennebec Valley. With the city of Bangor as its center, this Maine region features popular destinations such as…

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  • Kennebec and Moose River Valleys

    The Kennebec Valley

    The Kennebec Valley region is the widest north-south stretch of any Maine region, stretching all the way from the Maine state capital of Augusta to the border of the Canadian province of Quebec…

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  • Maine's Lakes and Mountains

    Maine's Lakes and Mountains

    The western region of Maine, referred to as Maine's Lakes & Mountains, stretches west and north from the New Hampshire border to Sebago Lake, less than 20…

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  • Mid-Coast

    Maine's Mid-Coast

    Maine's Mid Coast Region stretches from Bath / Brunswick (26 miles north of Portland), along the coast northeast to Searsport on Penobscot Bay and includes the beautiful seaside towns…

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  • Greater Portland and Casco Bay

    Greater Portland & Casco Bay

    Maine's Greater Portland & Casco Bay region stretches east to Casco Bay, west to Sebago Lake, south to Scarborough, and north to Freeport. It is home to Maine's largest metropolitan area…

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  • The Maine Beaches

    The Maine Beaches

    At Maine's southern tip, The Maine Beaches region contains 30 miles of white sand beaches. An hour north of Boston and south of Portland, the region stretches from Kittery to Old Orchard…

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