Summer Feet Adventures is a receptive tour operator specializing in active vacations. We operate 3 brands under the Summer Feet name.
What We Do:
We help people experience the outdoors in Maine. Some of our half day products include:
* The 5 Lighthouse Bike Tour: A 4 to 5 hour tour to the lighthouses in South Portland and Cape Elizabeth designed to be a fun exploration not and athletic challenge total cycling 12 miles.
* Bike and Brews Tour: A 2.5-hour tour featuring up and coming breweries in the Portland area total cycling 3 miles.
* Peaks Island Ramble: Enjoy a short ferry ride and discover an island community.
* Custom Walks and Bike Rides: We can create walks, hikes, and bike rides of any length anywhere in the state.
Summer Feet Adventures is a tour operator based in Portland, Maine for over 15 years. We operate retail and white label active tours in New England and Eastern Canada.
Our Innovative Multi-Day Tours Include:
Maine’s Gold Coast- Camden and Acadia National Park
Our most popular tour, this is the quintessential tour of Maine. Bicycle friendly roads guide you along the beautiful coast of Maine, from Acadia National Park to Penobscot Bay and the charming town of Camden. Along the way, you will kayak, sail, and enjoy ocean breezes and freshly caught seafood
Lobster Rolls and Locavores
One of the great pleasures of cycling is enjoying the wonderful post-ride food. On our week-long exploration of Maine, we will explore Maine’s stunning coastline by bicycle and discover Maine’s amazing food scene, eat freshly caught seafood, discover artisanal cheeses, and meats, and enjoy farm to table dining.
Pedal the Coast – Boothbay to Bar Harbor
One of the most unique New England bicycle tours, Pedal the Coast lives up to its name. This 7-day inn-to-inn tour is our most challenging, offering 50 to 75 miles per day of cycling with options for even more. You will travel over 350 miles from Boothbay Harbor to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Along the way, we’ll point out little-known spots, hidden coves, and charming villages. Better still, we’ll introduce you to a few local delicacies including wild blueberries and whoopie pies.