Some popular destinations in Maine include...
Located on the southern tip of Maine, Kennebunkport
is a beautiful coastal town that has much to offer. Kennebunkport has many harbors,
shops and a spectacular coastline dotted with rocks and long expanses of sandy
This scenic midcoast area of Maine provides a wide diversity of exciting adventures
and activities for the entire family, residents and visitors alike. Explore
quiet coves, rocky shores, meandering roads, lighthouses, scenic nature cruises,
islands, and a waterfront park in the shape of a whale. In Boothbay
Harbor there are many restaurants, souvenir shops, crafts and antiques shops.
Nestled on the east side of Mt. Desert Island, surrounded by Acadia National
Park, Bar Harbor has a wide variety of offerings
for visitors. Located in the Downeast and Acadia Region of Maine, Bar Harbor
was once considered a small fishing and ship-building community. Today, it is
a favorite destination for people throughout the world.
A quaint town designed for foot traffic, most of Ogunquit's shops, eateries,
beaches and boardwalks are within a short walk from "downtown." Ogunquit
has many fine shops, excellent restaurants and lodgings, art galleries and museums,
golf courses, country clubs, fishing and sight-seeing cruises.
Sebago Lake Area
Located in the middle of the Maine
Lakes and Mountains Region, Sebago Lake is the second largest lake in the
state, covering 45 square miles. Among the popular smaller lakes nearby are
Panther Pond, Little Sebago, Long Lake, Thompson Lake, Coffee Pond, Brandy Pond,
Long Lake, Moose Pond, Pleasant Lake and Crescent Lake. North
Windham, Raymond, Standish, Bridgton, Brownfield, Casco,
Denmark, Fryeburg, Harrison, Lovell,
Naples, Sebago, Gray, Stow, Sweden and Waterford
are some of the towns in the area.