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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.

Fun Things To Do: Winter, 5 Ideas ... Create Your Own Things To Do!

Winter: Maine is known as “the way life should be” and whether you’re a resident or a visitor, here is a list of five fun things to do during the winter months. 1.Gay Paris On A Saturday Afternoon – Take a stroll down Main Street in South Paris on a wintery afternoon and step into the warmth of The Rising Sun Bakery and Coffee Shop where you'll be greeted by all the locals enjoying the best chicken salad sandwich served on homemade bread and whoopie pies around! After you spend some time enjoying the food and company, head across the street where you can take a hike around the local park and work off your lunch. 2. The Genie Comes Alive In Bridgton – Go to a matinee at the classic Magic Lantern Theater in Bridgton. This theater has a great nostalgic feel and décor as it has been a part of Bridgton’s history since the late 20’s. After catching a flick, be sure to head over to the Chinese restaurant across the street - they have a great menu with fresh food with affordable prices. 3. Hit The Farm In Oxford – Wake up early and go to Carter’s Farm on Route 26 in Oxford. You can rent some skis and spend the morning navigating their miles of groomed trails either on snow shoe or cross country skis. After,

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

Flea Markets: Hunting For Treasures Has Never Been More Fun

Fall: Bargain hunters love flea markets and Maine has plenty of these roadside attractions to choose from all over the state. If you are wondering what the attraction is, just hop in your car and take a drive in any direction on Route 1 until you come across what probably looks like the biggest lawn sale you have ever seen. Route 1 is home to some of the finest flea markets in the state like the Montsweag Flea Market in Woolwich. This place has it all with over 100 different vendors selling antiques, books, dishes, tools, jewelry and a whole lot more! The best part of shopping flea markets is negotiating the best price for your new found treasures. When finish browsing at Montsweag, jump in your car and head a little further up Route 1 to Newcastle where you will find Foster’s Antiques. Foster’s has a great year round indoor and an outdoor flea market that runs through October every weekend. There you will find a good mix of old, used and some wonderful estate antiques. A fun thing to do is to spend the morning at these flea markets then drive back

(Midcoast Maine)

US Bells Foundry: Beauty In Form And Function

Winter,Spring,Summer & Fall: Wind bells, winter bells, dinner bells and door bells you will find these magnificent creations at the US Bells Foundry located in Prospect Harbor. Their creator began making these bells over 30 years ago and has perfected his creation with each passing year. These bells are made by casting the bells in bronze which makes them strong and able to withstand the weather and time. These bells can

(Downeast Acadia)

Winter Getaways: Bethel's Winter Haven

Fall & Winter: Up here in Maine it is time to begin preparing for the winter and that includes making plans for winter travel. Maine offers many diverse winter activities, the traditional and the not so traditional. One place to consider on your list of places to stay is the Telemark Inn, in Bethel. At the foothills of Maine's Appalachian Mountains this gorgeous Inn was built at the turn of the century. Once used as the private residence of a wealthy family. The Inn is a beautiful example of rustic elegance common to turn of the century Maine retreats. With it's huge stone fireplace and seven-foot round wood dining table where you will find guests share home-cooked meals, the inn offers true Maine

(Western Lakes & Mtns)

Rock Climbing: Unleash The Spiderman In You!

Fall: Indoor rock climbing is a great way to challenge yourself to reach new heights. If you have never rock climbed there are training sessions available for all levels. These specially designed "mock" rock walls offer safety features that you would have if you were climbing the real deal but, in a controlled setting. It is a blast and a great form of exercise. Some facilities such as Maine Rock Gym offers both guided instruction for those who are interested in both

(Greater Portland)

Beach To Beacon: 10K Road Race

Summer: This 6.2 mile run begins at Crescent Beach and ends at Portland Head Light. Over 5000 runners typically participate in the event. This road race is the largest in Maine. Last year over 10,000 spectators gathered along the Maine coast to enjoy this race. Runners come from all corners of the

(Greater Portland)

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