Tacked haphazardly on the easternmost part of the country, Maine sets a brilliant stage for nature to flaunt it’s showiest colors. With snowy peaks, rollicking rivers, lakes, woods and rugged coastlines, “The Great Outdoors” is something of an understatement. Skiing, hiking, fishing and kayaking are all top-notch. It almost seems a sin to sit down! Fresh seafood is a staple in Maine, with almost 90-percent of America’s lobsters caught here, so shellfish lovers should eat their fill, and then some. Get lost in the drama of local sea-lore by visiting one of the 60 lighthouses scattered across the coastline. Whether it’s apple-picking in Androscoggin County or fishing for brook trout in the Belgrade Lakes, Maine is the place to kick back, breathe deep and enjoy all that nature has to offer.

Regions in Maine


As the biggest county east of the Mississippi, Aroostook is not only Maine’s largest region but its least explored. Along with vast terrain, storybook towns and rolling fields, the region is celebrated for... read more

Downeast Maine

The Down East coast is a wild stretch of geography dominated by forest, waterways, lighthouses and miniscule communities. Lobstering and fishing drive the economy but artisans and innkeepers also thrive. Forget... read more

Kennebec & Moose River Valley

Whether its nature, culture or history you’re after, the Kennebec & Moose River Valley is guaranteed to whet your appetite. Largely defined by its superior outdoor recreation and one mighty river, the... read more

Maine Lakes & Mountains

The name says it all. Maine’s Western Lakes and Mountains region is a spectacular array of idyllic peaks, crystalline water and people busy enjoying it. Summer is high season, drawing anglers, campers, hikers... read more

Mid Coast

Mid-Coast Maine is a living, breathing museum of maritime tradition and coastal life. Fishing villages, lobster wharves, lighthouses and nature preserves dot the jutting peninsulas. Seabirds nest while whales... read more

Portland & Casco Bay Region

The Portland and Casco Bay Region is another area in Maine that has all the goods and can be enjoyed year-round. Lobster? Check. Lighthouses? Check. New England villages, bustling waterfronts, sightseeing cruises?... read more

Southern Maine Coast

Though sunshine and sand aren’t normally synonymous with Maine, the Southern Coast is bursting with both. Miles of white sand, inlets, islands and blue sky are the overwhelming attractions. Beach bums aren’t... read more

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