Top spots in Maine: Four Corners, Surfside, Minturn, Wildwood, York Beach, Lower Village, Crescent Beach, Indian Point, Ocean View Village, Mountainview, Lakewood, Moody Beach, Moody Point, Ogunquit, Charles Chase Corner, Wells Beach, Buffum Hill, Kennebunk Beach, Lower Landing, Coopers Corner
Maine is the most northeastern state in the United States. In fact, it is where America's day starts - on Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park. With a nickname like Vacationland, it's no wonder that Maine is one of the most traveled to New England states. Top destinations include Portland, Brunswick and Bangor. In addition, many coastal towns are also at the top of the list including Bar Harbor, Old Orchard Beach and York. Maine is great both for the traveler looking to get away from it all in nature at the end of the Appalachian Trail (Baxter State Park) or for those interested in hanging out in a small city like Portland, Maine.
Maine is a great destination year round. In the summer, you can hike and camp in beautiful parks like Baxter State Park and Acadia National Park. Into fishing or swimming? There is definitely not a lack of water in Maine - from rafting the Kennebec River to fishing in the Allagash. There are also many festivals in the summer including the Old Port Festival in Portland, the Yarmouth Clam Festival and the Maine Lobster Festival. The fall brings out the beautiful foilage that leaf peepers from around the world travel to see. There are also lots of agricultural fairs like the famous Common Ground Fair. In the winter, be prepared for the snow! From snowshoeing to skiing, you're sure to have a great time visiting one of Maine's several ski resorts including Sugarloaf, USA and Sunday River in Bethel.
From cabins in the mountains to cottages on the beach, Maine is nothing short of beautiful accommodations for you to enjoy your vacation. If you're heading to the coast, be sure to check out the beautiful Maine vacation rentals in York and Bar Harbor. Beach houses and bed and breakfasts are also plentiful along the coast. If you're looking for nature, there are lots of lodging options from condos near the ski areas to cabins on the lakes (definitely be sure to check out camps on Moosehead Lake or Rangeley Lakes). Lastly, if you're heading to Portland or Bangor - Maine short term rentals are available from studios to entire homes for families. Enjoy the Pine Tree State!
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