Cold-water swimmers around the state submerge throughout the year for exercise, socializing, and undeniable health benefits.
From a dip in a cliffside hot tub to dining with views of a snow-covered Katahdin, these experiences can only happen in wintertime in the Pine Tree state.
Holly Anderson from the annual U.S. National Toboggan Championship in Camden shares how to fly down the chute.
Take the path less traveled at some of Maine’s least-visited state parks and preserves.
From Bar Harbor to the carriage roads, Acadia National Park is best explored on two wheels.
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
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.
We can’t count all the reasons we love Maine, but 6,000 of them are the state’s lakes and ponds. As soon as the ice goes out each spring, Maine’s interior waterways begin filling with boaters. Whether you’re looking for a serene day on a quiet lake, summertime revelry, or the best places to land a fish, this guide has you covered. The first of our three-part series on boating in Maine is all about our lakes and ponds, including our favorite places to boat and how to stay safe while enjoying these precious months on the water.
Vacationland by Camper Van On an idyllic route from western mountains and lakes to blueberry hills and coastal islands, a vintage Volkswagen is the perfect companion. By Sandy LangPhotography by Peter Frank Edwards Issue: May 2021 Behind a warehouse-sized office
Head out to Maine’s mud flats and dig for your supper.