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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.

Brunswick: Discovering The Town With Lots To Do

Winter,Spring,Summer & Fall: Brunswick is known for the Naval Air Station but, there are plenty of things to do and see for visitors of all ages. Home to Bowdoin College and within the walls of this campus you will find the Maine State Music Theater which has been offering show goers some of the best live musical performances for over 40 years. Bowdoin is also home to the Peary-MacMillian Arctic Museum, which is a tribute to these two great explorers who attended Bowdoin. Inside this museum visitors will find a great collection of the explorers original equipment as well as historic photos. Another spot to check out while you are in town is the historic Fort Andros. Inside this restored mill you will find shops, restaurants and even a movie theater. There is a great antique shop that is choke full of some great finds ranging from furniture to jewelry and everything in between. After browsing around the mall for a while take a walk across the bridge into Topsham and head to the Sea Dog Brewing Company for lunch. They have a great deck that overlooks the river and

(Midcoast Maine)

Snow Tubing: Maine's Best Toboggan And Snow Tubing Chutes

Winter: Sledding and tubing always seems like a great idea with the exception of having to carry everything up the hill in order to enjoy the trip down. With snow on the ground many local ski mountains and tobogganing and tubing parks visitors a quick rides up the hill on chairlifts or rope tows, and for even faster rides back down. You may want to head down to the coast and take a ride down Camden Snow Bowlís toboggan chute. Annually, the Snow Bowl host the National Toboggan Championships. If you are the faint of heart than a trip down this icy chute is not for you but, if you don't have a fear of high speeds this may be just the thrill you are looking for! Looking for a similar and slightly less terrifying thrill? Grab a tube and hit the hills. Snow tubing has grown

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

Greenville Inn: Beauty In The Wilderness

Fall: Voted one of the top fifteen inns in New England and located in the heart of Maine's great north woods the Greenville Inn is worth the trip. Beauty surround This lovingly restored 1895 Victorian inn. The contrast between the rough nature and the charm of this inn makes it very appealing to guest. The inn boast some great ammenties and finishing touches such as the English tiled fireplace and the original hand carved wood work which have all been lovingly maintained throughout the Innís history. The inn offers vistors some of the nicest

(Katahdin/Moosehead)

Augusta: Visiting Maine's Capital

Summer, Winter, Spring, Fall: A drive to Augusta, Maine's capital is worth the trip. The Maine State House is a majestic structure built in the early 1800's using one of the state's plentiful resources, Maine granite. The entire parcel that the State house sits on consist of 34 acre. With Capital Park extending from the front steps of the capital building to the banks of the Kennebec River. The dome of the capital building is home to the statue known as Minerva. She is a draped female figure of Wisdom, made of copper and overlaid with gold. The State House is home

(Kennebec Valley)

The Desert of Maine: Come See Maineís Very Own Desert

Spring, Summer, Fall: Sure youíve skied, hiked, and fished through Maine, but have you been to the desert yet? Yes, thatís right the Desert of Maine. It is just a short drive from Portland and right outside Freeport off Route 295. Formed at the end of the last ice age by a melting glacier, this 40 acre sand dune became

(Greater Portland)

Berry Picking: Do It Yourself

Summer, Fall: Maine hosts an outstanding number of farms and bogs where you can pick your own berries. Blueberries and raspberries are usually ready by early to mid August. Cumberland and York counties are a good place to start when

(Greater Portland)

 
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