For chef Rebecca Charles, classic dishes are what memories are made of.
Sandy shorelines to run along and rocky islands to scramble over—there are some places along Maine’s 3,000 miles of coastline for you and your furry companion.
With oyster farms dotting the coastline and rivers, Maine is an oyster lover’s heaven. To enjoy the bounty, turn to these oyster hubs for everything from an island retreat to a full raw-bar experience to a new happy hour.
The picturesque Kennebunks are filled with historic charm, fishing wharfs, unique boutiques, and some of the best restaurants in southern Maine, nestled together along the coastline
Whether salty or fresh, Maine’s waters offer breathtaking views and intriguing wildlife. Grab your camera and follow our guide for the best ways to see life on the water around the state.
Beauty and the beach blend in what locals call 'The Bunks'
From corn mazes to pumpkin boat races, Maine offers a cornucopia of fun fall events for families of all ages.
For a getaway in the Kennebunks, we’re camping—this time in a big bed with luxury linens and soft pillows. Our home base is one of the new, safari-style glamping tents at Sandy Pines Campground.
Every day we comb through our Instagram feed to find images from followers documenting our state. On Instagram we share a capture of the day, and each month in Maine magazine we highlight one of those photos.
Like all good dinner parties, this one starts in the kitchen. Innkeeper Kate Parisi is seated at the island while chef Cecelia Bye brushes melted butter on goat cheese tartlets decorated with thin slices of turnip to look like lotus … Continue reading