Whether it’s a tourist hotspot or frequently mostly by locals, these quintessential summer towns are a starting point for a weekend getaway.
Exploring Maine is easy with or without a destination in mind, but these stops are worth the extra planning required.
Of the hundreds of events that take place during summertime in Maine, these are some of the most worthwhile and unique.
Camping is a Maine summer staple. From island camping to family-friendly lakeside sites, these campgrounds are some of the most enjoyable across the state.
Beaches are numerous along our coast, but deciding which one to go to isn’t always easy. This list is your cheat sheet.
Memories around food can often be some of our most vivid. We recall our experiences with some of Maine’s iconic summer meals.
Hiking the same trails with the same views can get stale, even in Maine. Take this list, and run, or hike, with it to find a new summertime favorite.
With over 6,000 lakes in the state of Maine, there are no shortage of inland waters that are worth the trip. Explore these lakes and find much more than just a place to swim. Lake St. George In the small … Continue reading
“Would You Rather” is the game we’re playing with the people we just met. It’s the kind of thing you do around a campfire, and that’s where we are tonight, at Sandy Pines Campground near Goose Rocks Beach in Kennebunkport. It’s … Continue reading