Located along the scenic Androscoggin River, this former mill town offers a vibrant art scene, impressive dining options, and unique retailers, making it the perfect spot for a weekend away.
These three communities are best known for their beaches and lighthouses, but they’re also rich with art and antiques, incredible food, and plenty of dog-friendly activities.
A trip to the hometown of Sugarloaf Mountain, known as one of Maine’s winter sports havens, is a snowy delight for every type of adventurer.
Located next to the clear waters and dramatic Alpine vistas of Kezar Lake, Lovell is a place where Western Maine rusticity meets bygone-era glamor, making it a nostalgic spot for a weekend getaway.
Whether you’re visiting for a weekend or heading upta camp for a longer stay, Maine’s largest lake and its sporting heritage offer something to everyone who enjoys the great outdoors.
Belfast sits on the shores of the Passagassawakeag River where it meets the ocean in Belfast Bay, providing visitors with classic harbor views. Known for its funky vibe and walkable downtown, it’s a popular pit stop for travelers en route to Acadia National Park or the downeast region. We spoke with Kathleen Dunckel, co-owner of Marshall Wharf Brewing Company, to get her advice for how to best spend a day in the midcoast town.
One of the most visited spots in Maine warrants a two-week long adventure, but here's where to hike, eat, and stay in a single luxurious, jam-packed weekend.
Due to its proximity to Pennesseewassee Lake and Maine’s western mountains, Norway has long been a stopover for both summer and winter excursions. At one point it was even known as the “Snowshoe Capital of the World.” We spoke with
The County is a winter playground for ice-fishing, snowmobiling, and dogsledding, but Maine’s largest territory also has much to offer post-thaw.
Summer in Maine comes once a year, so we rounded up our favorite destinations to take advantage of the season. Whether you’re seeking inspiration for a weeklong vacation or just something to do on a warm Saturday afternoon, this guide is for you. No matter where you want to visit in Maine—from island trips to oyster tours to art havens— we have you covered. The only question is, where will you go first?