Spring into action! Plan your spring break getaway as the weather warms, flowers bloom, and the refreshing sea breeze beckons you to Greater Portland, Maine.
Each summer kids from across the globe spend time at Maine overnight camps. Both kids and parents enjoy spending time in Maine!
Kid-friendly annual festival at Bug Light Park featuring colorful kites of all shapes and sizes and a BBQ lunch fundraiser. Bring the whole family!
Crescent Beach in the nearby town of Cape Elizabeth, is located eight miles south of Portland on Route 77 with grass-studded sand dunes.
This historic event started in the 1800s and today it has everything you would expect from a local fair: carnival rides, a petting zoo, and lots of fair food.
East End Beach is the place to take in the panorama of Casco Bay. This stretch of sand and pebbles has parking, picnic tables, and benches.
The gorgeous haven of Ferry Beach, a sandy beach along the Scarborough River channel, comes with a small fee ($10 per car) but is worth the price.
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.
It’s hard not to love the holiday season, but there’s some extra magic when you get to spend it in Maine. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that when it snows, you’ll feel like you’re living in a postcard.
Take a breath of the Maine outdoors! Campers in Maine always feel they are a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city, even if they aren’t that far.
Higgins Beach retains a small-town feel where fisherman put in a line, kayakers paddle out, and walkers admire the classic New England scenery.
Concerts, parades, craft sales, visits from Santa, and a real Talking Christmas Tree – it’s part of a tradition that families love to visit every year.