Breathtaking coastal scenery, broad beaches of pure white sand, and quaint, picturesque New England villages mark the Southern Coast of Maine. This Maine includes the historic coastal towns of Kittery, The Yorks, Wells, Ogunquit, The Kennebunks, and Old Orchard Beach. Feast on lobster in the rough or dine at one of the many fine restaurants […]
A winding woodland hiking trail in Newry, Maine, just outside of Grafton Notch, leads to the stunning waterfalls of Wight Brook, known as Step Falls. The trail is about half-a-mile in length, and offers beautiful forest scenery, from wild lady slippers and starflowers, to toadstools and insect life. The falls themselves are incredibly beautiful, and […]
Aroostook County, known to Mainers as simply “the County,” rests at the very top of the state of Maine like a lofty crown. The name “Aroostook” is a Native American word meaning “beautiful river,” and it is surely fitting for the lovely county that Mainers are so proud of. If you plan to visit Aroostook, […]
Captain’s Quarters, spectacular views of Maine’s ocean Vacation in style on Mount Desert Island! Captains Quarters has three bedrooms on the main floor, two and a half bathrooms on the main floor and another half bathroom in the basement. Two king beds and two twin beds accommodate up to 6 people. There are also one […]
The Oxford House Inn, located in Fryeburg, Maine is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Jonathan and Natalie Spak have owned the inn since 2007 and it is their goal to make you feel as at home as possible during your stay. With four beautiful bedrooms, the Spaks love nothing more than sharing their […]
Reservations are advised at this popular Acadia National park restaurant, home of to its world renowned tea and popovers.This landmark first opened in the 1870s, and has since been beautifully rebuilt after the 1979 fire. Having beautiful dining rooms overlooking Jordan pond and Acadia mountains. Outdoor dining is available and recommended. The Jordan Pond […]
What lobstering means to the local Maine fisherman.