Win a Two Night Stay in The Kennebec Valley!

The Maine Tourism Association is offering a chance to win a two-night stay in the Kennebec Valley at Inn by the River. Entry codes are available only in the print version of Maine Invites You 2021. Each Maine Invites You includes the entry codes for all eight regions. Complete rules and other information linked below. Participants may enter in each of the eight tourism regions so be sure to check out the other seven regions! A different code is required for each region.

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Inn by the River is a fun and relaxing place to stay for anyone looking to visit The Forks – one of the premier year-round recreation destinations in Maine! It’s known for its gorgeous riverside location overlooking the Kennebec River and for having some of the most friendly and attentive service you can find anywhere! The Inn by the River is nestled in the heart of Maine’s whitewater rafting and snowmobiling country. The Kennebec Valley near The Forks is a haven for adventurers or those looking to explore nature’s more leisurely activities. Rafting, fishing, hiking, hunting, tubing, kayaking, moose watching, birdwatching, snowmobiling, ATV trails, and more abound!

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