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Lobster Shacks: Eating Like A Native
Snowmobiling: Trails And Inns
Golf: Fall Breezes, The Perfect Time To Play A Round
Kennebunk's Christmas: Christmas Prelude Worth The Trip
Pleasant River Walk: Brownville's Trip Through Nature
Car Shows: Cruise Over To The Largest Car Show In The State!
Sailing A Vintage Windjammer: Perfect Way To Experience Maine's Coast
Naples: Quaint Lakeside Village With Lots To Do!
Hermit Island: Camp, Swim, Kayak & Explore!
Bar Harbor, Maine: Vacationers, Look No Further
Moosehead Lake Snowmobile Trail: A Loop Worth Traveling
Sunday River (Artist's) Covered Bridge: Maine's Most Popular
DiMillo's Floating Restaurant: A Famous East Coast Restaurant
Hiking: Take A Hike Through And On Katahdin
Corn Mazes: Good Clean Fun
Lewiston Auburn: L/A Arts, Best Community Arts Program In Maine
Free Music: The LL Bean Discovery Park Concert Series
Pleasant Mountain: Go Take A Hike
Hayrides: Fall Into A Wagon And Enjoy The Ride
Saco River: Big River Adventure For The Family
Burnt Island: Lighthouses And Seals Just A Ferry Ride Away
Snowshoeing: A Breath Of Fresh Air
Poland Springs: It's More Than Just Pure Water
Amtrak Downeaster: All Aboard For A Good Time
North Atlantic Blues Festival: Rockin' At Rockland's Harbor Park!
Portland: Things To Do When There's Nothing To Do
Seafood: Maine, It's All It's Cracked Up To Be!
Senior Citizens: Do Things At Your Own Pace
Cheap Vacations: Things To Do On A Budget
Maine Lodging: Sleep Outside! It’s Fun, Clean & Beautiful Views
Brick Store Museum: History In The Heart Of Kennebunk
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Things To Do In Maine

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Pumpkins & Fall Festivals: Celebrate The Harvest Season!

Fall: Fall festivals are happening all over the state celebrating the harvest season. With pumpkins, apples, cider and fall foliage Mainers and visitors alike love this time of year. Celebrations are going on all over the state like in Hallowell. This quaint little town located on the banks of the Kennebec River in Central Maine. The streets are lined with antique shops and some great restaurants like Slates and Maria Libra’s Italian Restaurant. During mid-October Hallowell celebrates the Fall Harvest and the town is decorated and ready to celebrate with cornstalks and pumpkins. There are family events planned such as music and face painting as well as an art walk for adults. After spending some time in town hop on the rail trail and enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Kennebec while admiring the foliage and all of the colors reflecting on the water. Another place to

(Kennebec Valley)

Merry Madness: Get In The Holiday Spirit And Shop Until You Drop

Winter: Portland has a great way to celebrate the holiday season, it’s called Merry Madness, which is a pretty good description of how most people feel during the holidays. Sponsored by Portland’s Downtown District, Merry Madness usually happens each year, mid December. I suggest you get a group of friends together and plan to meet at the Merry Madness’s “happy hour”. Last year it was held at the Hilton Garden in the heart of the Old Port but, the venue changes each year so you may want to confirm before you go. Happy Hour is free for all guests to attend with free appetizers and cocktails to kick off the event. All the participating stores stay open late, usually until 10 pm and offer special sales and refreshments for shoppers. Shoppers can also hop on the free horse and carriage rides around the downtown and Old Port

(Greater Portland)

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens: Boothbay's Garden of Eden

Summer: Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens off Barters Island Road in Boothbay is a garden of eden right here in coastal Maine. This 128 acre of land with 3600 feet of tidal frontage houses some of the most beautiful grounds, trails and art work in the area. If you take horticulture serious, this is the place for you. From native plants to the exotic the people who run this center take their job serious. The center offers some great educaitonal programs that

(Midcoast Maine)

Jordan Pond House: Experience The Tradition Of Tea

Spring, Summer, Fall: The Jordan Pond House in Acadia National Park, has a long been a landmark in this region. Initially established as a logging camp in the mid 1800's it wasn't until later that century that the Jordan Pond House became a restaurant, and remains one today. One thing that hasn't changed since the 1800's is the tradition of afternoon tea served here. Today you can enjoy this tradition of tea and popovers at your table while overlooking the pond and twin peaks of the Bubble Mountains. The place is know for its popovers, which have a strong resemblance to muffins, but with a lighter loftier profile. They are quite tasty and are typically served there with strawberry jam and tea. The folks that run the place have a full menu featuring local seafood, berries, and even homemade ice cream. After a long leisurely lunch visitors can stroll along the perimeter of the pond on nearby

(Downeast Acadia)

Snowmobiling Moosehead Lake: A Fast Paced Winter Adventure

Winter: The Moosehead Lake area offers over 160 miles of snowmobile riding trails. Each trail provides unique and spectacular views of nearby mountains and ponds plus a variety of different terrains. There are trails to fit all snowmobiling skill levels. Some trails are perfect for the beginner out for a morning ride. And for the more avid snowmobiling adventurer, there are


Highland Games: Brunswick

Summer: Maine’s Scottish community has been coming together for nearly 30 years to maintain and honor their culture and traditions. All the clans come to the table for competitive heavy athletics, Highland dancing, bag pipes, drums and plenty of Scottish food. This is an experience you won’t

(Midcoast Maine)

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