Book a stay at Migis Lodge, where New England families have been coming to cool off every summer for generations in a New England camp-like setting.

Wildlife, gardens, fresh craft brews and more await in Boothbay.

A shopper’s paradise with outlet stores and Maine-made product shops in a village setting.

Stroll around Main Street in Bath, popping into the locally owned shops and restaurants to meet the people who call this slice of Maine home.

This quaint and completely walkable town is full of unique shops and restaurants, all situated along the shores of the Kennebec River.

Enjoy arts & cultural amenities that can fill up your entire visit.

A favorite for fishing and boating, Skowhegan is also a nationally designated Main Street community.

Head into the western Maine foothills, where more than a dozen mills and factories once called home, but you will now find more outdoor adventures to explore.

Head to the largest city of Maine to explore food, history, art and more.

Arrive in Portland and start driving south along the coast.

Enjoy a scenic drive through endless greenery and sandy beaches.

Quiet coastal town filled with restaurants, boutiques, art galleries and beaches.

Come for the views from Marginal Way, but stay for the art and performances in town.

Pop into this lively beach town featuring golf, beaches and Mount Agamenticus.

Explore Maine’s lumber history and outdoor spaces in Patten.

Just north of Baxter State Park, visitors can enjoy paddling around the lake, hiking and more outdoor adventures.

Spend some time getting to know the largest body of fresh water in the state filled with loads of outdoor adventure activities.

The Maine Highlands are filled with adventure from Mt. Katahdin to the Penobscot and Moosehead Lake. Most important, it’s home to the Katahdin Woods, Waters National Scenic Byway and National Monument

Don’t miss the huge statue of folkloric lumberjack Paul Bunyan on Main Street, which refers back to Bangor’s timber industry roots.

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