Cliff Island is the smallest island in Portland’s Casco Bay and is home to both year-round and summer residents.
Chebeague Island is the largest island in Portland’s Casco Bay and is home to both year-round and summer residents.
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.
Yarmouth has a bit of everything: charming Main Street, space along the Royal River, and a port in Yarmouth Harbor.
Westbrook combines business, culture, and outdoor fun in a very special community for locals and visitors alike.
South Portland is home to several parks and lighthouses that keep visitors coming back year after year to revisit.
Scarborough offers the best of both worlds: the understated beauty of the Maine outdoors as well as plenty of activities to keep you busy.
The town of Pownal is a reprieve from fast-paced, daily life and allows travelers to truly enjoy the wide open spaces Maine has to offer.
Get a sense of Portland, Maine ‘s dining, art, and shopping scene by checking out our neighborhood guide.
Just 9 miles outside of Portland is the quaint and charming college town of Gorham, Maine. full of history and activities to keep you coming back.
Freeport is Just 20 minutes north of Portland with world-class shopping and plenty of picture-perfect outdoor adventure.
From charming its main street to the picturesque Mackworth Island, Falmouth, Maine mingles the best of both rural and coastal living.