These teams of sled dogs embody the “Dirigo” spirit as they take you for a wintry ride.
The cliffside trails of Quoddy Head State Park outshine the park’s distinctive landmark
Welcome to your classic Maine guide to afternoon fun outside: A lobster bake how-to, summer cocktail recipes, “red snappers” and other Maine must-haves, lawn games, and backyard camping. It’s high time for the berries and boats, cookouts and lazy days,
The most popular paddle sport is easy to learn if you know the skill and safety basics
While some popular state parks and beaches have been closed, there are no shortage of ways to explore Maine’s outdoors
A project that has become the talk of the northern Maine woods—a private multimillion-dollar investment to create miles of trails and deluxe warming huts on an over 4,300-acre tract along the East Branch of the Penobscot River— opened to the public last year.
Our comprehensive guide to the camps that make summers in Maine so memorable.
When the temperatures warm, join those in the know and head to the mountains with these spring-skiing tips
Cabin fever can be all too real during Maine’s long winters. One of the best ways to combat a snowy slump and stimulate your mind and body is with indoor rock climbing.
Maine’s biggest city comes alive in the summer, with no shortage of events to attend, restaurants to visit, and sights to see. This insider’s guide will help you get the most out of your time in Portland—whether it’s just for