Sail the bay, spend the afternoon at a beer garden, or simply stroll through the Old Port—Summer offers an array of fun things to do.
From beaches to moderately-challenging trails, here are 7 best trails to take with your furry friend across Maine.
Join lifelong Mainers, Amy + Dan, as they make their way down the coast for seven days of fun in the sun—exploring a bit of everything Maine has to offer.
Aroostook, also known to locals as The County, holds a fascination for outdoor enthusiasts and is known for its Maine potato harvest.
Accessible by both land and sea, scenic Bailey Island is home to the world’s only cribstone bridge and over 200 miles of Maine coastline.
We know how much goes into capturing those perfect moments that live on long after you leave, here are some inspiring photo hot spots.
Cape Elizabeth is filled with history and striking scenery and is admired for ongoing preservation of green space.
Chebeague Island is the largest island in Portland’s Casco Bay and is home to both year-round and summer residents.
Cliff Island is the smallest island in Portland’s Casco Bay and is home to both year-round and summer residents.
Crescent Beach in the nearby town of Cape Elizabeth, is located eight miles south of Portland on Route 77 with grass-studded sand dunes.
Cumberland is alive all seasons with outdoor events and recreation. The crown jewel of their annual events being the Cumberland Fair.
A daytrip around Portland and Peaks Island full of beaches, biking and beautiful coastal views.