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.
Swim to the platform? Let’s play sardines! A summer day on Rangeley Lake at one family’s lakeside getaway. On a certain section of Rangeley Lake-a grassy stretch on the north shore-the family is gathering on the sunny lawn. They’ve come from
My dear friend Michael Banks and I won a 48HRS trip during Wayfinder Schools Farm to Sea Auction. The choice of destination was ours, so we hit the town of Rangeley with a pack of friends to see what fun
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
May 2015 By: Kelly Clinton Photography: Peter Frank Edwards Fred Michaud, scenic byways coordinator for the Maine Department of Transportation, explains to be called a byway, routes have to be scenic, of course, but also have to have cultural,
Choose a ball, step up to the line, gaze at the pins down the lane, and send the ball rolling. What you hear next—either the crashing of numerous pins against the wood floor or perhaps the clunk from a ball
Chef Tony Rossi employs high quality ingredients for simple yet inspired dishes that have truly raised the bar for cuisine in the region. It basically sums up as this: You keep driving and driving into the darkness, for miles and
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.
Get your s’mores ready for roasting and your tent pitched: it’s time to camp. Every year Mainers head up to camp in droves, all seeking their sliver of vacationland. If you don’t happen to own a lakehouse or coastal retreat—or
A-LIST-January 2014 By Katy Kelleher We are lucky to live in Maine. This is a place where beauty runs free and wild, where the breathless awe of something larger, something grander, can be found on beaches and mountain tops,