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York Beach Campground: Family Camping At The Beach
Coos Canyon: Pan For Gold And Strike It Rich
Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes: Halloween Fun!
Golf Trail: Swing Your Way To Relaxation
Damariscotta: Discover A Maine Coastal Gem!
Crabbing: Fresh Crab Meat, Catch It Yourself!
Portland Restaurants: Delight The Foodie In You
Ice Fishing Moosehead Lake: A Maine Winter Past Time
Cool Playgrounds: Nothing Beats A Day In The Park!
Sledding: Affordable Winter Family Fun
Boothbay Harbor: Fun Things For Families To Do
Winter Getaways: Bethel's Winter Haven
Oceanfront Camping: Hermit Island Campground
Freeport: Not Just A Shopping Destination
Clay Play: You Are The Artist
Cumberland County Fair: Great Food, Exciting Rides, Breathtaking Animals
Antique Festival: Northern New England's Largest Antique Event
Steamship Cruises Moosehead Lake: A Taste Of Moosehead Lakes History
Brunswick: Five Fun Things To Do
Fort Halifax: The Oldest Blockhouse In The United States
DeerTrees Theater: Maine's Most Enchanting Summer Theater Since 1936
Bates Dance Festival: Bates College
The Children's Museum Of Maine
Getaways: Find The Perfect Spot
Fiddlehead Picking: A Tasty Way To Spend A Day
Lewiston/Auburn: Five Fun Things To Do
Lily Bay State Park: A Wildlife Gem On Moosehead Lake
Car Shows: From Classics To Funnies These Cars Shine
Saco: Five Fun Things To Do
House Of Horrors: Stephen Kings Home In Bangor
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Things To Do In Maine

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Three Dollar Deweys: Come In For A Cold One

Fall,Winter,Spring & Summer: Three Dollar Deweys offers patrons a relaxed pub style atmosphere with great microbrew selection and tasty treats to eat. Deweys is a Portland landmark and has been welcoming visitors for over 20 years now. Deweys lives up to it’s motto, “Portland’s Best Copied by the Rest”. There have been lots of bars that have come and gone but, Deweys still stands strong among Portlanders. The atmosphere makes it a great place to stop in after work with friends

(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)

University Of Maine At Presque Isle: Indulge Your Senses

Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall:In 1970 the University of Maine received two substantial natural history collections. The first was a conglomeration of marine and freshwater sea shells and local forestry specimens. The second was a significant portion of the discontinued Portland Museum of Natural History. In October of 1996 The Northern Maine Museum of Science officially opened its doors. Within the complex you will find three floors to explore. The first floor is devoted strictly to mathematics, featuring Platonic solids, Fibonacci numbers, infinity mirrors and more. The second floor is a collection of agricultural, forestry, chemistry and physics. Astrological buffs can marvel at the solar system scale model which is over 100’ long. The Northern Lights display will be sure to grab your attention as well. The third floor is filled with biological and geological displays. Minerals, aerial photos, insect and spider exhibits and fossils adorn this section of the museum. Furthermore the museum is home to a nature walk across seven acres with one main trail and one loop. It is open to foot traffic only and has ten

(Aroostook County)

Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race: Spills And Thrills

Spring: The third week of April thrillseekers and spectators flock to the Bangor area for this popular spring event. The Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race has been drawing a crowd since it's inception in 1967. The 16.5 mile race is open to the public and competitiors come from all over to to enjoy this annual rite of spring. The course consists of 10 miles of flatwater, and six miles of class I-IV rapids with a mandatory portage of the class IV rapids. Spectators line the banks of the river at the rapids eagerly anticipating the action of upsets and flipped boats. The area around Six Mile Falls is the most popular spot for viewing the mayhem and carnage


Lobster Festival: Indulge In A Maine Tradition

Summer: Lobster is the filet mignon of underwater creatures, and if you love lobster, you will love the Rockland Lobster Festival. The Lobster Festival takes place the first weekend in August and is located in Rockland, Maine overlooking the beautiful Penobscot Bay. The festival offers many activities like

(Midcoast Maine)

Sebago State Park: Big Beach, Big Lake And Plenty To Do

Summer: Sebago State Park is the perfect place for families. Children can play in the sand and swim while adults can relax and sit back in the sun. Since the water is relatively shallow, you can easily swim with your kids. Your whole family can play Frisbee and other sports in the park area. The state park also has a food stand that makes sure

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

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