Exploring and planning your next Maine vacation has never been easier, and one reason travelers choose a Maine Vacation for their vacation home, is our healthy and inviting four season climate.

A Maine Vacation offers some of the best skiing and snowmobiling in the Northeast in winter, hiking, hunting, hiking on trails in the fall, boating, fishing on crystal clear lakes and streams in spring, and sunbathing on white sandy beaches in summer. As you can see, Maine vacation possibilities are endless.

A Maine Vacation offers a choice of 31 state parks, including the famous Acadia National Park on our rocky coastline, Baxter State Park on the northern most point of the Appalachian Trail. What ever your vacation dreams or adventures, you can turn them into reality in Maine.

Try Maine’s Mid-Coast for your Maine Vacation experience you’ve always imagined, discover a wealth of picturesque harbours, rugged peninsulas and majestic lighthouses of breathtaking scenic beauty. Explore our dramatic and alluring coastline by land and sea. Visit our towns, Villages and island communities, where the hospitality is as genuine as the natural beauty all around you. It’s a great way to hike, shop, sail,

or simply relax and observe the sea life around you.

While many enjoy their Main Vacation by the sea, best known for its lobsters, lighthouses and magnificent coastline, equally alluring but less traveled is the Kennebec and Moose River Valley Region featuring lakes and rivers, mountains, and abundant wildlife. This inland destination presents a wide range of experiences for outdoor enthusiasts, families, and leisure travelers in all four seasons.

Vacationers seeking adventure on a Maine Vacation, flock here to test their appetite canoeing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, hiking on portions of the Appalachian Trail. In the winter, snowmobiling on frozen lakes and on hundreds of miles of groomed trails attracts riders from all over New England. Maine Vacation visitors interested in culture and heritage will find a diverse selection of museums and historic sites unique to inland Maine, and for relaxation, there are lakeside cabins, parks and gardens, and some of Maine’s finest scenery.