In the heart of the Lakes Region lies Bridgton, with its quintessential Main Street and the longest continuously run ski area in Maine, all about an hour’s drive from Portland.
Your guide to weekend escapes all across Maine.
Rich with history, serene coastlines, and dreamy small towns, the Pemaquid peninsula is a quiet coastal escape in the midcoast
A summertime paradise for boaters, fishermen, and campers, Maine’s second-largest lake offers myriad opportunities for fun and relaxation on and off the water.
This pair of Hancock County towns offers a quaint coastal retreat with plenty of hiking trails, public preserves, and beaches to explore, plus a vibrant art scene.
Brunswick and Bath provide a weekend escape filled with museums, galleries, and antiques.
The chain of seven lakes and ponds surrounding Belgrade is the area’s biggest draw, especially during the summer months, when the town’s population doubles with seasonal residents who have discovered its quiet beauty.
With the State House in Augusta, the quintessential New England community of Gardiner, and the nightlife in Hallowell, Maine’s capital region is a hub of activity perfect for a weekend getaway.
Maine’s largest island and home to one of the most visited national parks, Mount Desert Island is a utopia for nature lovers, where the tallest mountain on the eastern seaboard rises up from a jagged coastline.
Known for its sandy beaches and oceanside dining and resorts, Ogunquit provides visitors with a classic southern Maine coastal escape.
The southernmost towns in Maine, York and Kittery offer a charming welcome to our state with no shortage of beautiful sights.