From Bar Harbor to the carriage roads, Acadia National Park is best explored on two wheels.
Last year Maryland-based photographer Nolan Matthews found refuge in the Maine fishing village.
Your Guide’s Favorite Day Trip We spoke to local canoe and kayak experts about where they like to go paddling when they have a day off. Zack AnchorsOwner and cofounder of Portland Paddle Clapboard Island, Casco Bay: “If you launch
These southern Maine towns are perennial summer destinations thanks to their white-sand beaches, local shops, variety of restaurants, and neverending coastal views.
For a low-key coastal escape with quiet villages, unique shops, and serene coves, try road tripping down the Pemaquid peninsula. Sarah Pike, who owns Tops’l Farm, shares the recommendations she gives to guests of her glamping destination, farm, and event space in Waldoboro.
Some of the best art and design in Maine can be found in these midcoast towns, but their coastal views, shopping, and dining make them a destination for any summer traveler.
Cobscook Shores, a ten mile stretch of parklands from Whiting to Lubec created by a philanthropic foundation, aims to provide an alternative to Acadia National Park for adventures by land and sea.
Everyone knows that Maine has more coastline than California—and what’s the point of living in a state with 3,478 miles of ocean frontage if you don’t explore it? The second installment of our three-part On the Water series is all about how to do just that. Whether you’re an experienced boater or don’t yet have your sea legs, this guide is for you.
Photographer Matt Cosby documents Maine’s largest county, from Presque Isle to Fort Kent.
While Ogunquit’s three-mile beach, oceanside inns, and nightlife are all worthy destinations, we wanted a local’s take on visiting this classic beachside resort town. Lauren and Matt Wickert, who own the Shore Road restaurant Northern Union, give their recommendations for how to enjoy their adopted hometown.