10 best places to visit in


ome for the lobster and lighthouses, stay for the granite peaks and tranquil woodlands. With the slogan, “the way life should be,” Maine is more than just Vacationland, it will capture your heart.


ere’s our guide to 10 of Maine’s most popular and off-the-beaten-path places to visit in the "Pine Tree State."

Acadia National Park

10 best places to visit in Maine


s the first national park east of the Mississippi River, Acadia National Park is one of the most popular national parks in New England and for good reason.


ts soaring granite peaks with a dramatic rocky coastline and inner woodlands offer something for everyone.


he park features 26 mountain peaks, including Cadillac Mountain, the tallest peak on the North Atlantic seaboard. Drive or hike Cadillac Mountain to watch the epic sunrise as it wakes America up.


isit Sand Beach or Echo Lake for swimming and choose from an abundance of hiking trails of various difficulties. Zip along the historic carriage trails by foot, bike, or horseback.


10 best places to visit in Maine


aine’s largest city is home to award-winning restaurants, breweries and seafood. Known for its lobster and seafood, Portland also offers more breweries per capita than any other city in the country.


njoy a pint at Bissell Brothers, Allagash Brewing Company or Rising Tide Brewing Company. For a twist on lobster, stop by Highroller Lobster Co. and try their Lobster Cheese Crisp Taco or Lobby Pop.


tart your morning with a coffee and donuts from Hifi Donuts before walking and shopping your way through the historic cobblestone streets of the Old Port.


et active by hopping on one of Summer Feet Cycling’s bike tours out to the scenic Portland Head Light. Whatever you choose to do and eat in Portland, make sure you bring your stretchy pants!

Moosehead Lake

10 best places to visit in Maine


hile Maine’s coastline might be its main attraction, its highlands and wilderness really steal the show. Moosehead Lake is Maine’s largest lake that offers lots of rustic relaxation and fishing.


ent a cabin or pitch a tent and enjoy a quiet week by the lake exploring the miles of hiking trails, streams for fly fishing, and lots of watersports on the lake.


ake sure you spot in Greenville to pick up some s’mores ingredients as you’ll want to build a campfire to stargaze in the dark sky. If you’re lucky, you may even spot the Milky Way.

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