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Floatplane Tours Moosehead Lake: The Ultimate Panoramic View
Tourmaline: Maine's Precious Stone
Cadillac Mountain: Greet The Sun
State Parks: Find The Park That's Right For You!
The Common Ground Fair: An Uncommon Celebration
Washburn-Norlands Living History Center: Where History Comes Alive
Animal Farms: Get Dirty On A Maine Farm
Portland, Maine: Fun Things To Do Within A 1 Hour Drive
Berry Picking: Do It Yourself
Bar Harbor: Early Bird Sale And Pajama Party
Surfing, Boogie Boarding, and Skim Boarding: Catch a Wave in Maine!
Lobster Boat Racing: The Kentucky Derby Of Maine
Maine Vacation: Plan Your Own & Do What You Want To Do!
Old Orchard Beach Maine: Palace Playland
Bethel, Maine: 5 Fun Things To Do That Not Everyone Does
York Harbor: Enjoy Sightseeing Marine Wildlife
Harvest Fest & Chowder Cook Off: Sample A Taste Of Fall
Camping: Backcountry Or Campgrounds
Holiday In Kennebunkport: Celebrate the Season Near The Sea!
O Christmas Tree: Portland's Annual Tree Lighting
Bar Harbor: Dive In Theater-A Look At Life On The Sea Floor
Farmers Markets: You Can't Get It Any Fresher
Lobster: Adopt Your Own Trap And Enjoy A Taste Of Maine!
Acadia National Park: This Place Rocks!
Bradley: Leonards's Mills Living History Days
Cross Country Skiing: Virtually Endless Trail Possiblities
Horseback Riding: Discover Maine's Foliage On Four Legs
Flea Markets: Hunting For Treasures Has Never Been More Fun
Chasing Fireflies: A Summer Evening Of Fun
 
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Things To Do In Maine

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Ogunquit: Find Lobster, Antiques And The Beach All In One

Spring,Summer,Fall & Winter: Ogunquit is the perfect summer vacation spot with a wide choice of things to do for all ages. When you think of Ogunquit images of a seaside town littered with B&B’s, Inns and ocean resorts may come into mind. Then there is miles of white sandy beaches, a walking path along the cliffs of the Atlantic, great shopping and fine dining. What about entertainment you ask, well there is the famous Ogunquit Playhouse, local pubs and even a dance club or two. This is the perfect spot to enjoy fresh Maine lobster and warm, native blueberry pie. For all of you golfers, you will find some great courses close by. Looking for a fun way to spend an afternoon? Antiquing on Route 1 is always a great thing to do, you never know what you may find or perhaps you just want to relax and listen to the water crash on the shore, you can find it all in Ogunquit. Perkins

(Southern Coast)

Summer Vacation: Start Making Your Plans Now!

Winter: Summer may seem far away especially during the cold winter months but, planning for your summer now can be a way to alleviate cabin fever. If you are looking for an outdoor wilderness vacation where some of Maine’s most pristine natural beauty surrounds you Grand Lakes Stream may be the perfect destination. The entire area is an outdoor enthusiast paradise. Some of the best fishing can be found in this area. The residents pride themselves on being outdoor experts hence the reason you will probably find the largest pool of outdoor guides in the state. The Grand Lake Stream Outdoor School

(Central Maine)

American Folk Festival: Great Music From Across America

Summer: Want a way to spend 3 days enjoying some of the nation's best performing groups, listening to music, enjoying great food and exploring the many exhibits on various Maine Folk Art tradition. The American Folk Festival offers that and more with activities for people of all ages. There are 5 stages where there is continuous music and dancing. There is a great children's area with performances designed to entertain the kids and most of the time the parents

(Kennebec Valley)

Bradley: Leonards's Mills Living History Days

Summer, Fall:Maine's historical background comes to life within the town of Bradley. Where you will find the restored 18th century logging community of Leonard's Mills. Semi-anually a demonstration of what life in a typical logging community of the old days is performed. In the center of the small village there is a water operated sawmill complete with a wooden waterwheel. Maine's bean-hole biscuts are also made fresh for all to enjoy. Blacksmiths are on hand to display their trade and visitors are allowed to try splitting cedar shakes by hand. Draft horses navigate the

(Aroostook County)

Northern Maine Museum of Science: A Sight For Solar Eyes

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 stop stations with detailed

(Aroostook County)

Hiking: Baxter State Park, 200 Miles Of Trails

Spring, Summer, Fall: Baxter State Park, located in Piscataquis County, Maine, encompasses over 204,000 acres of forest. The hiking terrain is suitable for the novice or advanced climber. There are 46 mountain peaks within Baxter State Park, 18 of which exceed 3000 feet in elevation. With over 200 miles of maintained trails you can

(Katahdin/Moosehead)

 
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