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The Forks: Tubing The Kennebec; It's Fun For Everyone
Gray: State Game Farm and Visitors Center
Hayrides: Fall Into A Wagon And Enjoy The Ride
Holiday Parties: Host A Gathering!
Quiet Harbors: Escape And Find The Perfect Hideaway
Camping: Backcountry Or Campgrounds
Snowmobiling: Trails And Inns
Mill Creek Park: A Middle Of Town Getaway
Comedy Connection: Portlandís Hot Spot For Laughter
Cabela's: Shop And Play For An Entire Day!
White Water Rafting: Hold On For A Wild Ride!
Old Orchard Beach, Maine Vacation: While Your There, Leave!
Football: Why Not Tailgate?
Nelson Nature Perserve: Bird Watching Fun
Saco: Five Fun Things To Do
York Harbor: Enjoy Sightseeing Marine Wildlife
Saltwater Taffy: Discover A Real Seaside Souvenier
Lewiston/Auburn: Five Fun Things To Do
York: Five Fun Things To Do
Aquaboggan Water Park: The Fun Never Ends
Youngtown Inn: Camden/Lincolnville Best Kept Secret
Go Fly A Kite: Enjoyment For Any Age
The Theater At Monmouth: Maine's Shakespearian Theater
Art & Craft Sales: Shopping For The Perfect Gift
Polar Express: From Portland Maine To The North Pole, Can You Hear The Bells
Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad Co.: Come Ride The Train
Sailing A Vintage Windjammer: Perfect Way To Experience Maine's Coast
Civic Center: Portland Center For Entertainment
Appalachian Trail: Hike The 100 Mile Wilderness
Vacations: Discover Vacationland And All There Is To Do
Flea Markets: Indoor, Outdoor, Hunt For Bargains!
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Things To Do In Maine

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Naples: Quaint Lakeside Village With Lots To Do!

Summer: The Sebago Lakes region is the place to be in the summer and Naples is one of those lakeside towns where visitors and natives converge to enjoy this quaint lakeside village. Naples is the dividing line between Long Lake and Brandy Pond with a causeway that runs down the center. The town has a small downtown area that offers shopping and restaurants for visitors. A great place to check out is Rickís Cafť which has become a ďstapleĒ for both natives and guest in this town. With access for boaters from the lake, Rickís sits in the middle of the causeway and offers great food, views and live entertainment on a nightly basis. On the causeway you will also find a marina where jet ski and boat rental are available for you to explore the lake. If you would prefer to be driven around the lake than the Songo Queen, reminiscent of a Mississippi paddle boat runs along Long Lake and into the locks allowing you to sit back and enjoy the views. Another great

(Greater Portland)

Camden: Discover Hidden Beaches, Great Places To Eat & Fun Things To Do

Summer: Camden is such a great place to spend time and one of my favorite things to do is to enjoy the sights and sounds of the harbor is sitting on the deck of the Waterfront Restaurant. Located in the heart of town on Bayview Drive you can find the Waterfront tucked between quaint shops and swanky condos. The whole front of the restaurant is literally a dock with awnings and great views of all the boats coming in and out of the harbor. Another great place to check out while you are in town is to spend some time on Lait Beach just down the road from the Waterfront. This is a quiet beach that you could almost miss if you didnít know it was there. With a swing set and a couple of picnic tables on a grassy hill leading down to a small beach this is the best spot to watch the yachts entering Camdenís busy harbor. Most people donít know about this beach so itís never crowded and is a great place to relax from the bustle of town. If you are looking for a way to enjoy

(Midcoast Maine)

Portland Art Galleries: Explore Maine's Best Art Scene

Winter,Spring,Summer & Fall: Portland has a thriving arts scene that stems from a history of artist making their mark on this small but, defiantly urban town. The Arts District lines Congress Street down into the Old Port area. There are some amazing galleries that offer great collections of Maine, New England and national artist. In the center of it all is the Portland Museum of Art which is noted as one of the best art museums in New England offering a wide variety of collections and constant changing schedule of special exhibits. If you are looking for a way to experience all that Portland has to offer in the arts world you should plan on taking a self guided trip during one of the monthly First Friday Art Walks. This is a great way to explore some of the local galleries and art studios. One such gallery is located in the heart of the Old Port, Fore Street Gallery. Inside you will find many original works in oil and watercolor created by Maine artist. Fore Street specializes in works of art that revolved around the Maine coast with several paintings of Portland Harbor, Monhegan,

(Greater Portland)

Ice Skating: Find The Perfect Spot

Winter: Many parks in Maine offer skating ponds or rinks during the winter months. They are usually well maintained and some of these facilities even offer a snack shack where visitors can go in, warm up and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate. If you are in the Portland area the Deering Oaks Park Pond is a great place to skate. The pond is big and there is plenty of room to glide around on. In the Bath area, Goddard Park offers a large football field size skating arena equipped with a warm snack shack and outdoor music. In Bethel the Bethel Town Common offers skaters a beautiful area to enjoy one of

(Greater Portland)

The Super Duck: Portland's Amphibious Tour Boat

Summer: Nothing screams tourist than tour buses and trollies but, what a fun way to spend some time learning about the city you live in aboard the Super Duck! This is not your typical tour bus because mid-way through the 90 minute tour the rolling bus suddenly becomes a floating boat! That's right, this 39 foot vehicle gives a tour of Portland on both land and sea. From the seats of the Super Duck we were able to enjoy the sites of Casco Bay. It is a fun adventure to take the

(Greater Portland)

Saco River: Big River Adventure For The Family

Summer: The Saco River offers families an excellent paddling adventure on one of the state's cleanest waterways. The shallow water and white sand bottom is perfect for canoeing or kayaking as well as swimming. The banks of the river offers several spots to put in as well as unique sandbar campsites. Canoeing the Saco River is so much fun and with multiple rental businesses and guide services

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

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