When it comes to remote getaways, Maine tops the list. The northernmost New England state, Maine features lush inland woods to the west and seacoast to the east. These features meet at Acadia National Park, one of the country’s most well-known sites. Famous for its lobster, Maine serves up some of the nation’s best seafood. With its awe-inspiring beauty, Maine is a great destination to explore.
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Bristol, ME – Pemaquid Point
Maine has seven fingers across its MidCoast, each having characteristics that make them staples in the region for tourists and locals alike.
Bridgton, ME – Small-Town Flavor And Local Charm
Incorporated in 1794, Bridgton has always been known for its small-town flavor and local charm. Serving as the gateway to western Maine’s mountains and lakes, Bridgton is now home to Shawnee Peak Ski Area, The Bridgton Highlands Country Club, many summer camps, and a vibrant out-door community. Whether you enjoy a stroll on the beach, a round of golf, or a day in the mountains, western Maine has all you need.
Boothbay Harbor, ME – Mid-Coast Fishing Village
Boothbay Harbor has long been cherished by Mainers and Tourists alike for its idyllic yet authentic vibe.
Portland, ME —
Life Is Good Here
“Yes, life is good here in Portland Maine.” Our city slogan perfectly articulates the true essence of living (or visiting) Portland. This city spills over with diversity and character. Flannel clad “Salt of the Earth” people, jet-setters, hipsters, artists, executives, street performers, fisherman, entrepreneurs, students, and retirees populate this unpretentious, small city of 65,000. Portland is a one hour flight from New York City, an hour and a half drive from Boston, making it an easy weekend destination. The city also hosts over 50 cruise ships in the harbor from June to November.
Bath, ME —
An Escape In Every Sense Of The World
Bath is an escape in every sense of the word. Life on Bath's coast offers a completely relaxing and soul-restoring environment. Take a stroll along three miles of white sand on Popham Beach, or on the black sand of Georgetown State Park.