Let’s dive into the eerie and unexplained, offering a tantalizing glimpse into some of the region’s most hauntingly captivating experiences you’ll have to see to believe.
Here the very air itself is salted to perfection, and the table is set for an amazing food experience. Centuries of maritime and agricultural activity come together in this coastal city!
Summer is here! In Greater Portland that means sun, surf, and sampling delicious seafood – and just enjoying everything Vacationland along the rocky coast.
Exchange the summer sun for snow and experience Portland in winter – the Mainer way.
Find a list of free things to do in the Greater Portland, Maine area including parks, beaches, self-guided tours, and free concerts and events.
Sailing satisfies those seeking hands-on adventure or a lazy sunset cruise in equal measure, moving visitors to get out on the water
With 3,500 miles of coastline, Maine provides easy access for those wishing to explore islands, hidden coves, and sandy beaches.
Maine is home to over 6,000 lakes and ponds, meaning fishing is merely a matter of choosing a clear and vibrant body of water and the right tackle.
The diversity of scenery in Portland makes for a tough decision when it comes to a stroll or a hike in and around the city.
From scenic float trips to challenging Class V rapids, Maine’s rafting centers and resorts take advantage of major rivers to provide true outdoor adventure.
Maine’s snowmobile trail system includes over 14,000 miles of trails, including 3,500 miles of primary trail known as the Interconnected Trail System.
Skiing on a blanket of fresh snow is any Mainer’s idea of a perfect day. State parks and resorts welcome skiers, sledders, and snowboarders.