This community-minded town at the edge of Maine’s largest lake serves as the gateway to the Moosehead Lake region, providing numerous outdoor recreation activities throughout the year.
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Food truck menus are small but mighty, much like the teams that own and operate them. The entrepreneurs behind these mobile restaurants focus on quality ingredients and thoughtful offerings.
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.
Throughout Maine, trails are carved through woods and by waterways, giving hikers access to notches, remote lakes, and birds-eye views of the states wildest terrain. Fresh air to breathe in, sun on your skin, and the quiet peace of the
01 Press Hotel | Portland This boutique hotel on upper Exchange Street in downtown Portland gathered all of its interior inspiration from the building’s history as the former headquarters for the Portland Press Herald. Inside find art installations inspired by
Throughout the state, trails wind through forests, uphill to views, downhill to base; they extend over bridges and snake alongside streams. As temperatures dip and snow spills over the state, trails serve a new purpose: cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
48HRS – Online Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Kevin Thomas Kevin Thomas, Publisher Tuesday Driving north on I-95 from Portland is a solitary experience. But it’s nothing compared to the final 90 minutes from Pittsfield
FEATURE-August 2013 By Jaed Coffin Photographs by Fred Field The residents of Greenville and the unknowable future of Moosehead On an unseasonably hot Friday morning in May, Heidi St. Jean, her eyes hidden behind black Dolce and Gabbana sunglasses,