A pair of coastal towns just north of Portland, Freeport and Yarmouth offer a range of outdoor activities, extensive shopping, and creative cuisine.
Your guide to weekend escapes all across Maine.
Located on the Penobscot River, Bangor’s downtown is vibrant with restaurants and shops; plenty of cultural and outdoor recreation experiences round out the city’s charm.
In a city known nationally for its progressive food scene and Old Port charm, it’s the history and people that make Maine’s largest city truly one-of-a-kind.
Proudly preserving Maine’s industrial heritage, the twin cities look to the future with lively, varied offerings in food, drink, and the arts.
With the Bigelow Mountain Range, Flagstaff Lake, and numerous hiking and biking trails in the area, Carrabassett Valley is an outdoor recreation destination that attracts a wide variety of visitors.
While the Bethel region is known for being home to one of the Northeast’s great ski resorts, it’s also a year-round destination for a variety of other outdoor activities as well as historic towns, museums, and excellent dining.
While the Bethel region is most known for skiing, nestled in this western Maine town are shops, hikes, activities, and restaurants for every type of traveler throughout the year.
With Bath’s seaside-town charm, Phippsburg’s natural beauty, and Georgetown’s working waterfront, this coastal region lets visitors enjoy a true Maine lifestyle.
These oceanfront communities have evolved from their industrial pasts, with their historic mill buildings and downtowns on either side of the Saco River now housing artisans, specialized manufacturers, and culinary upstarts.
Friday Evening When my boyfriend, Chris, and I arrive at the Topside Inn in Boothbay Harbor, we’re greeted with glasses of prosecco and warm homemade cookies. It’s the inn’s first weekend of the season, and owners Mark Osborn and Buzz … Continue reading