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Fall Festival Arts & Crafts: Downeast Maine Style
Golf: Best Spots To Play In The State
Toddler Activities: Keep That Little One Busy All Year Round
Red's Eats: Roadside Food At Its Finest
Brunswick: Five Fun Things To Do
Corn Mazes: Explore An A-Mazing Time This Fall!
Androscoggin River Fish Migration: Brunswick Hydro
Sebago Lake: Camp, Rent Or Day Trip
Dog Sledding Moosehead Lake: A Unique Way To Explore Maineís Great Outdoors
Big Squaw Mountain Skiing: Moosehead Lakes Very Own Ski Mountain
Cross-Country Skiing: Greater Portland Area Locations
Thanksgiving Arts And Craft Show: Brewer's Annual Tradition
Old Orchard: Looking For Fun? Stop Here!
ATV Riding: Get Down And Dirty On Maine's 5000 Miles Of ATV Trails
Cole Land Transportation Museum: A Unique Adventure
Sailing A Vintage Windjammer: Perfect Way To Experience Maine's Coast
Saco, Maine: Fun Things To Do Within A 1 Hour Drive
The Nutcracker: Maine State Ballet Company
Waterfall Magic: Small Falls Rest Area
Seafood Restaurants In Portland: Eat Cheap!
York Beach: White Sand, Amusement Rides & Wild Animals!
Football: Why Not Tailgate?
Artwalk: A Kaleidoscope Of Artistic Expression
Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race: Spills And Thrills
Cross Country Skiing: Virtually Endless Trail Possiblities
York Zoo: Exotic Animals And Amusement For The Family
Skiing And Snowboarding: Sugarloaf Is Sweet
Hayrides: Fall Into A Wagon And Enjoy The Ride
Beach Day: Visiting The Coast During The Winter
Holiday Parties: Host A Gathering!
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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.

York: Five Fun Things To Do

Summer & Fall: York is Maineís summer playground and one trip there you will easily see why. First there is the beach, whether it is Long Sands or Short Sands Beach, just spending the day reading a good book, body surfing in the waves or combing the sand for treasures such as sand dollars and beach glass. Spending a day like that is always enjoyable no matter what the age. Another thing to do, is to take a walk at night past the Nubble Light. There is something magical seeing this lighthouse all lit in its glory shining on the water in the night sky. If you are in the mood for a good walk, check out the cliff walk which offers great ocean views and leads right into York Village. The Village is a quaint seaside town with shops, boutiques, restaurants and a great section of historic homes. If you want to take it onto the water, head over to Harbor Adventures where

(Southern Coast)

Bar Harbor: Find Unique Things To Do From Wine To Museums!

Summer: Everyone knows that Bar Harbor is the place to go if you want to experience the sea and the mountains. From whale watching to hiking and biking, Bar Harbor has been a destination spot for many! While you are there you should take some time to explore Bar Harborís first winery, Cellars at Sweet Pea Farm. Located on Mount Desert Island, visitors will find a wonderful varieties of some of the most interesting and native selections around. Every day you can enjoy wine tasting so that you can choose the right wine for you. I fell in love with the Cotes du Maine which is the smoothest Pinot Noir I have ever tasted. They also have a wonderful selection of fruit

(Downeast Acadia)

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)

Dog Sledding: The Can-AM International Crown

Winter: If you have never attended an official dog sled race competition than the Can-AM International Sled Dog races are for you. This race has been held in Fort Kent for the last sixteen years. With a $40,000 dollar purse and some of the best dog sled teams in the US and Canada, this race is both exciting for participants and observers. The race consist of three divisions, 30, 60 and 250 mile runs with the latter being a qualifying race for the famous and coveted, Iditarod. The race started as a way to provide

(Aroostook County)

Snowmobiling: Paradise Found

Fall: Snowmobiling season runs from early December through mid April. The lakes generally are frozen by Christmas. The State of Maine offers many varieties of snowmobiling activities, from its thousands of miles of trails, forests, and lakes to its many snowmobiling rodeos, trips, and clubs. Five of the most visited areas include: Baxter State Park, Jackman-Moose River, Moosehead Lake, Rangeley Lakes and Aroostook County. Some

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

New England Clambakes: Lobster Cooked The Old Fashion Way

Summer: Looking for an authentic way to enjoy a Maine lobster? How about a traditional style New England clambake? A trip to the shore will help you gather all the materials you will need. First, start by collecting some sea water and seaweed. You need to keep the seaweed fresh so a large container to hold both items will work perfectly. Next you need to gather smooth, rounded stones which will be used to distribute the heat of the fire evenly to ensure the perfect

(Midcoast Maine)

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