Our comprehensive guide to the camps that make summer in Maine so memorable
Camp Alsing provides a supportive, fun-filled experience for children with high-functioning autism and other social challenges
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A contemporary log cabin at the edge of the Sunday River celebrates the outdoors with stunning views and no shortage of wood details
Chef Max Brody and his skillful team serve comfort food and community in a restored landmark
Where over-20-foot tide changes are the daily ebb and flow, we go water watching and exploring around Lubec, Cobscook Bay State Park, and one of the country’s easternmost campsites
For two weeks at the end of each summer, Kingsley Pines in Raymond transforms into a family retreat, complete with traditional camp activities and lodge-side happy hours
Daniel and Marcia Minter help to create opportunity and community for artists of color
Dotted with beaches and saltwater inlets, these coastal communities may be best known for their summertime vistas, but their shops, restaurants, and family-friendly activities make them year-round destinations.
The Junior Maine Guide Program teaches teens from camps across the state how to survive outside and become lifelong leaders