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Snowfest: Celebrate The Snow
Kennebunkport, Maine: Cheap Thrills In A Rich Town
Horseback Riding: Discover Maine's Foliage On Four Legs
Sebago Lake Camping: Camp At One Of Maine's Finest Lakes!
Saltwater Taffy: Discover A Real Seaside Souvenier
Lakewood Theater: ''All The World's A Stage''
Island Vacations: Find Your Perfect Island
Cool Playgrounds: Nothing Beats A Day In The Park!
Ice Skating: Find The Perfect Spot
Scarborough Marsh: Maine's Biggest Saltwater Marsh
Dive Spots: Visit A Different Side Of Maine
Snowmobiling Moosehead Lake: A Fast Paced Winter Adventure
Ogunquit: A Beautiful Place By The Sea
Payson Park: A Local Portland Retreat
Aroostook County: Come Catch A Brook Trout
New Year's By The Bay: Belfast New Year Celebration
Cadillac Mountain: Greet The Sun
Bath Heritage Days: Festival Fun For The Whole Family
Flea Markets: Hunting For Treasures Has Never Been More Fun
Beach To Beacon: 10K Road Race
Mount Desert Island Garlic Festival: Garlic Lovers Paradise
Boothbay Harbor: Tour The Burnt Island Ligthouse
Bar Harbor Camping: Relax And Enjoy The View
International Snowmobile Weekend: Travel Along The Border
Comedy Connection: Laugh Out Loud!
Augusta: Five Fun Things To Do
Burnt Island: Lighthouses And Seals Just A Ferry Ride Away
York Beach: Swim, Fly A Kite, & Enjoy The Arcades
Red's Eats: Roadside Food At Its Finest
Lincolnsville/Camden: Fernald's Neck Preserve
York: Five Fun Things To Do
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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.

Waterville: Five Fun Things To Do

Winter, Spring, Summer & Fall: Waterville is one of central Maine’s best kept secrets. Home to Colby College, residents and visitors alike can find plenty of things to see and do. Located on the campus of Colby College is one of the areas best art museums. Choke full of both contemporary art from well known artist as well as many temporary exhibits from locals and students alike. The museum is free and open to the public and is a great way to spend a Saturday or Sunday afternoon. The museum also has a on-going events schedule that includes lectures, workshops and classes for adults and children. Waterville also has a small downtown area that offers some great restaurants and pubs to check out. Mainely Brews Restaurant and Tavern is the perfect place to hang out with friends. Whether it be inside, where you can enjoy a cozy pub atmosphere, great food and entertainment or take it outside to the patio during the summer months and listen to the music while sipping a cold one under the stars. Either way, this is a great spot to meet up with friends and enjoy

(Central Maine)

Maine In The Fall: View A Different Color Palette

Fall: With summer in full swing, the idea of Fall seems like a distant memory but, it’s closer than you think. The cool fall weather changes Maine’s landscape from a lush green summer playground to a kaleidoscope of red and golden hues. The fall leaf season usually peaks in mid October and with so many leaf peepers heading to Maine for the show, now is the time to make your plans especially if you want to make a weekend of it. Many people like to take Columbus Day weekend and turn it into long weekend of enjoying the scenery. The Western Mountains in Maine come alive with a blaze of red, orange, yellow and purple leaves during this time of year, making Maine a top destination spot for leaf peepers. If you get on the Rangley Lakes Scenic By-Way which begins in Byron on Route 17 you will find the perfect view of all the colors with the lakes in background. Rangley has some great places to stay for the weekend like the Niboban Camps

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

Sebago Lake: Take A Leap

Summer: Sebago Lake has always been a great place to visit and stay and if you haven’t discovered Frye Island than this summer is the time. Located just off Route 302 in Raymond, Frye Island is just a quick ferry ride across the lake. There are summer cottages on the island for rent, a wonderful beach area, a nine hole- golf course and plenty of other things to discover like Frye’s Leap. Frye’s Leap is an 80 foot cliff that rises out of the waters of Sebago and has become a popular spot for visitors and boaters. On any given summer day you will find brave souls making the plunge into the deep waters of Sebago from the ledges of Frye’s Leap. The Leap is also a popular place for boaters to drop anchor and enjoy the views. After spending the day

(Greater Portland)

Rangeley's Snodeo: Maine's Own Winter Rodeo

Winter: Snodeo, western Maine's three-day salute to the love of snowmobiling and winter. This annual event is held in Rangeley every January. With a weekend long event choke full of activities visitors are sure to have fun! Come to winter wonderland for fun with hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails throughout the Rangley area. Don't have a sled, no problem, there are many rental sites available right on the trails. Once you are there, you won't even have to drive your car, most of the restaurants offer drive up on dining right on your snowmobile. Another special thing during the weekend is joining hundreds

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

Mount Desert Island Marathon: A Runners Paradise

Fall: Looking for the perfect destination to run a marathon? Look no further than Maine's pristine, Mount Desert Island Marathon. This area is home to the ever famous Acadia National Park which offers one of the most beautiful and complete vacation spots in the entire United States. The Mount Desert Island Marathon course is in a word, breathtaking! It offers runners birds-eye views of the vast, blue expanse of the Atlantic Ocean, charming island village centers and the pink granite mountains.

(Downeast Acadia)

Fort Edgecomb: Wiscasset Harbor's Defender

Summer: Fort Edgecomb is a great stopping spot for a picnic on your way through Wiscasset. After waiting in line to cross the bridge you may need a break from the car. The fort is located in North Edgecomb and easy to find. This historic fort was built on the Shepscot River in 1808 to protect Wiscasset, once the most important shipping centers north of Boston. The original octagonal blockhouse and restored fortification stand in the center of

(Midcoast Maine)

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