Rugged, lighthouse-dotted coastline, off-the-beaten-path trails, and cobblestone streets await you in Maine’s great outdoors.
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.
Get out and enjoy the great outdoors on a long weekend that will sure to have you coming back to Maine year after year.
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.
Maine’s reputation as a surfing destination has stuck, with miles of beaches and waves. Surfers seek out ways to explore a local river or lake.
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.
Rent a bike, ride your own, or take a scenic bike tour across Greater Portland. There are options for both avid cyclists and casual sightseers.
Maine’s outdoor backyard creates the perfect setting for groups looking to break out of the boardroom year round.