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Scenic Byways: Schoodic Point, It's A Beautiful Trip!
Cross Country Skiing: Virtually Endless Trail Possiblities
Lighthouses: The Maine Coast
Amtrak Downeaster: All Aboard For A Good Time
Clam Digging, Dig Your Own Clam Dinner: Fun, Muddy And Tasty
Pleasant River Walk: Brownville's Trip Through Nature
Fall Guided Tours: You Name the Way
Aquariums: Find The Best Aquariums In Maine
Waterfall Trip: Donít Be a Dead Beat, Go To Grand Falls!
Wiscasset: Five Fun Things To Do
Camping: Backcountry Or Campgrounds
Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad Co.: Come Ride The Train
Camping In Moosehead: What S'more Could You Want?
University Of Maine At Presque Isle: Indulge Your Senses
Moosehead Marine Museum: Relive Part Of Maineís Past
Boothbay Harbor: Go See A Puffin
Searsport: Festival Of Wreaths
Free Music: Portland Comes Alive At 5
Gray: State Game Farm and Visitors Center
Jordan Pond House: Experience The Tradition Of Tea
York Beach Campground: Family Camping At The Beach
Holiday In Kennebunkport: Celebrate the Season Near The Sea!
Moosehead Lake (Greenville, ME): More To Do Than Meets The Eye
Holiday Parties: Host A Gathering!
Sugarloaf Nightlife: More Than Skiing For Mountains Of Fun!
Birdsacre: Stanwood Wildlife Sanctuary
Mackworth Island: A Sanctuary For Birds, Animals And People
Car Shows: From Classics To Funnies These Cars Shine
The Forks: Tubing The Kennebec; It's Fun For Everyone
Berry Picking: Red, Black Or Blue Ė Pick Berries Just For You!
Sledding: Affordable Winter Family Fun
 
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Things To Do In Maine

Welcome to MaineToDo.com. Whether you are a Mainer or a visitor you will find plenty of things to do in Maine. This site is simple by nature, you can either browse through a well-rounded list of things to do in Maine, or search for things to do in Maine by season, location, or activity. For example, if you are looking for something to do in Maine during the Fall season, simply type "Fall" into our search bar and you will get a list of possible things to do. Keep checking back as we are constantly adding things to do in Maine. So, next time you ask someone or someone asks you, "What do you want to do?" you can come to MaineToDo.com for the answer.

Ogunquit: Five Fun Things To Do

Summer: If you find yourself in Ogunquit and you are wondering where to go, here is a list of things to do that will keep you busy and on the go. The first thing to do is to hop on the trolley and take a ride around town to check out the sites. The trolley can be picked up anywhere in the center of town or at the end of marginal way and many stops in between. Take the trolley to Beach Street and hop off and enjoy a beautiful stretch of white sand beach the lines the front of town and borders many of the great hotels in the area. While you are down on the beach be sure to rent either a surf or boogie board and ride the waves for the entire afternoon. A trip to Ogunquit would not be complete without an adventure to Perkins Cove where you can either walk the mile long walking path along the cold blue Atlantic or jump on aboard one of the local cruise boats and enjoy a scenic lobster,

(Southern Coast)

Senior Citizens: Do Things At Your Own Pace

Fall: For all of you seniors who are planning a fall foliage trip to the great state of Maine, you can have fun finding unique and affordable things to do that will provide you with the entertainment you are looking for. In the Portland area there are plenty of planned senior activities designed for your safety and fun. How about rediscovering the joys of bike riding with an instructional and guided tour along the Eastern Promenade bike/walking trail. For a minimal charge, you will be able to rent a bike and all the safety equipment necessary to enjoy a scenic cruise along Portlandís working harbor. You will even enjoy a healthy snack along the way. This is a great way to get outside and enjoy all the sites and sounds of Portland. Perhaps

(Greater Portland)

Norumbega Inn: Camden's Castle By The Sea

Fall: Why not spend a fall weekend in the beautiful coastal town of Camden in a real castle. The Norumbega Inn is like a medevil castle set in the middle of a quaint New England town. Although it stand in direct contrast to the cottage style mansions in it's midst it is beautiful with its stone facade, midnight-blue trim, and towering turret. Suprisingly it has a warm and cozy atmosphere inside with lots of nooks and crannies that make guest feel welcomed. The inn offers 13 unique and beautifully appointed guest rooms.

(Midcoast Maine)

Brewers Festival: A Celebration Of The Best Brews In Maine

Fall: The Brewers Festival is a one day event held in Casco at the Point Sebago Resort. This popular and fun event offers visitor a chance to sample some of Maine's best brewed beers from Maine brewers such as Atlantic Brewing Co., Bray's Brewpub and Shipyard. With grass under your feet and the autumn sun on your back there is plenty of opportunity to enjoy your sample brew and chat with some of the finest brew masters

(Greater Portland)

Drive The Golden Road: Mountain Views And Moose Too!

Spring, Summer, Fall: The Golden Road runs from the town of Millinocket all the way to the Canadian border bisecting Maine's remote forest lands. Named after the wealth in timber the road carries, it also offers breathtaking views of Mount Katahdin and wildlife viewing opportunities along its course. May June and September are prime time for Moose viewing along the Golden Road and they can be found feeding in the shallows of ponds and deadwaters near the road. The road is public from Ambejejus Lake to Ragged Stream and can be driven west

(Katahdin/Moosehead)

Funtown Splashtown: Fun For The Whole Family

Spring, Summer, Fall: There are many amusement parks in Maine and Funtown Splash town is one of them. Funtown Splashtown offers visitors a chance to enjoy all the carnival rides you love. Take a ride on one of two roller coasters including the New England famous Excalibur. You can also try you luck at multiple carnival games to win prizes. Located on the site is Splashtown where you

(Southern Coast)

 
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