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Floatplane Tours Moosehead Lake: The Ultimate Panoramic View
Golf: Best Spots To Play In The State
Old Port, Portland Maine: Girls Night Out
Greenville Inn: Beauty In The Wilderness
Birding: Ideal Habitat
White Water Rafting: Paddle Hard
Kokatosi Campground: Come Play & Stay
Go Fly A Kite: Enjoyment For Any Age
The Common Ground Fair: An Uncommon Celebration
House Of Horrors: Stephen Kings Home In Bangor
One Room School Houses: A History Lesson
Seacoast Fun Park: Boredom Buster For The Whole Family
Woodworking: Tapping Into Your Creative Side
Boothbay Harbor: Go See A Puffin
Snowshoeing Moosehead Lake: Winterís Way Of Walking
The Forks: Come To Maine's Four Season Playground
Dexter Maine: Wild West Weekend
Dive Spots: Visit A Different Side Of Maine
Farmers Markets: You Can't Get It Any Fresher
Three Dollar Deweys: Come In For A Cold One
Pineland Farms: A Haven For Outdoor Enthusiast
Belgrade Lakes Region: Central Maine's Gem
Antique Tractor Festival: A Blast From The Past
The Super Duck: Portland's Amphibious Tour Boat
Wildlife: Just Seeing Things Is Fun To Do (Whales, Moose, Eagles, Seals etc.)
Skiing And Snowboarding: Sugarloaf Is Sweet
Polar Express: From Portland Maine To The North Pole, Can You Hear The Bells
Christmas Wreaths: Making Them From Scratch
Maine Maple Syrup: Taste The Sweet Side Of Maine
Portland Seadogs: Are You Ready For Some Baseball?
Christmas Lights: Enjoying Your Neighborhood Lightshows
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Things To Do In Maine

Welcome to 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 for the answer.

Bethel, Maine: 5 Fun Things To Do That Not Everyone Does

Spring, Summer, Fall & Winter: Bethel is known as one of Maineís premier skiing towns but, Bethel has a lot more to do than what meets the eye. One place to check out when in Bethel is Grafton Notch and Screw Auger Falls. This is an amazing place where the water plunges and cascades over the edge of the mountain. This is a very popular spot for visitors and during the summer months a great spot to stop and cool off from the hot summer sun. Hike a bit further and you will come to Old Speck (Speckled Mountain) which is a good day hike to the top of the mountain. If you make it to the top, you will be rewarded with a fire tower that offers some amazing views of some of the surrounding peaks which include Sunday River and Mt. Washington. If hiking mountains is not your speed there are two walking trails that offer you a chance to be in nature at a slower pace. The Androscoggin River Walking Trail and

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

Islands: Come Visit Maine's Island Getaways

Summer: It always amazes me whenever I go to Peaks Island how lucky we are in Maine to have communities like this and how they thrive year round. The trip from the Casco Bay Ferry terminal is only a 10 minute ride, but something transforming happens once you set foot on the island. It is as if you are entering a protected world and the island has a certain appeal that keeps people returning year after year. Peaks Island is an easy island to explore. If you donít want to take your car on the ferry, which I recommend you donít, you can discover quite a bit on foot or you can rent a bike and ride around for the day enjoying all the sights the island has to offer. Another great visit is Monhegan Island which is 10 miles off the coast in the Mid-coast area. Known as an artist haven, this island offers quiet reprieve from the busy days we all face. The island is a scenic wonderland and if you donít have your

(Midcoast Maine)

New Year's By The Bay: Belfast New Year Celebration

Fall: Hard to imagine but, you should be making your New Yearís Eve plans now. In Belfast, starting at 5 p.m. on December 31, revelers can enjoy a whole host of activities from live performances by local musicians and entertainers. There are plenty of fun activities for all ages hot, delicious food from many local eateries. The kids love to listen to the storytellers, watch the jugglers and everyone loves to take a horse and carriage ride. Face painting and

(Midcoast Maine)

Aroostook County: Come Catch A Brook Trout

Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall: Commonly called "Brookies, or Squaretails" these speckled members of the Char family look as though they swam out of a painting and into our world. Native only to the Eastern United States and Canada these fish are sought by anglers not only for their stunning beauty, but also for the pristine places where they inhabit. These fish are very sensitive to the effects of development, pollution, and deforestation, and sadly have lost much of their habitat in the Southern United States. Fortunately, Maine has the largest native populations in the country, due to its vast undeveloped forests and miles of clean rivers and streams. Aroostook County has miles of undeveloped streams, rivers, ponds and lakes where these extrodinary fish can be found. Methods for catching them can be super simple from merely using a hook, worm and bobber, to flyfishing for them where anglers use hooks adorned with feathers and fur that imitate floating insects. This type of fishing can be extremely satisfying, watching as fish rise to the surface to

(Aroostook County)

Bowdoin College: More Than An Education Awaits

Spring, Winter, Fall: Bowdoin College was founded in 1794 as a men's college with only a handful of students. Since then, it has evolved to house students from every state as well as foreign countries. Bowdoin pines rim the 200 acre campus and its amazing museums. The Peary-MacMillian Arctic museum is filled with photos and artifacts and Inuit carvings. Most all of the items were collected by the founders. There is also the Museum of Art with a quite impressive collection of 19th and 20th century art.

(Midcoast Maine)

Haunted Hayrides: Point Sebago On Sebago Lake

Fall: Haunted Hayrides is a fun adventure to undertake with your family. Point Sebago offers Haunted Hayrides for families and the Hayrides are located right on Sebago Lake. All you have to do is get a seat on the hay filled tractor and enjoy the ride. So, pack a big thermos of hot apple cider, put on a fleece shirt and enjoy the crisp, cool air

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

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