Where to Visit
Long separated by more than just a great river, Biddeford and Saco are today coming together amid exciting new possibilities.
As it nears the Atlantic, the Saco River reveals its salty side.
Each of the four communities that make up the Boothbay peninsula is its own unique village. Yet one element unites them all.
If you’re thinking about relocating in Maine you should know that each of Maine’s sixteen counties has an identity of its own.
For one maritime history buff, losing himself in the artifacts at the Maine Maritime Museum leads to a better understanding of both himself and his home state.
From the first spring peepers to the first snows of Christmas, the City of Ships has more than enough concerts, tours, and exhibits to keep you busy all year long.
March will never win the award for Maine’s prettiest month, but on Georgetown Island, where Reid State Park
is a constant bulwark against the stormy Atlantic, there are days when you can experience transcendent moments of breathtaking beauty.
In Maine, Kris Kringle leaves the reindeer home at the North Pole.
Visit a dramatic corner of Acadia National Park and one of the last great Down East fishing communities.
Some of the best places to hit the beach in Maine are inland.