Maine delivers you to the vast wild expanse of Aroostook, up to the tallest peak in the Maine Highlands, and along the rocky shores of DownEast & Acadia. It takes you tumbling over Maine’s highest waterfall in the Kennebec Valley, sailing through the iconic islands off MidCoast, and snowshoeing through the wilderness of the Lakes and Mountains. It then serves up a boutique Maine-made gin at a Portland Bar, and brings you surfing off 30 miles of sand along the Maine Beaches.
A meander down the Old Port’s cobblestone streets will lead you to an array of boutiques, galleries and restaurants in revamped Federal-style buildings. Every Wednesday from spring through early winter, Monument Square bustles with the sights and sounds of an active Farmers’ Market.
Maine's west, known as the Lakes & Mountains region, is a breathtaking, four-season destination. Home to some of the state’s most bustling cities, as well as quaint, small towns, the region, and its ten sub-regions, is as diverse as it is wide—larger than New Hampshire and Vermont combined.
The Kennebec Valley is a convergence of outdoor splendor and recreational fun splashed with vibrant cultural footprints and rich history. The granddaddy of all Maine regions, the Valley spans from Kennebec County, which includes the buzzing capital city of Augusta, to the mountains, rivers, and lakes of Somerset County, all…
Along the shore between Boston and Portland, Maine sprawls over 30 miles of pristine beach. With a variety of spots to choose from along Maine’s southern coast, from quiet coves to bustling beaches, there’s something here for everybody.
The Maine Highlands is an incredible escape from the rush of everyday life. Perfect for nature enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers, the area is home to vast wilderness and thousands of acres of majestic terrain. This area is one of the best places in the state to spot Maine’s state animal, the amazing moose, or hike…