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Mythic Maine: Home of Rocky Seacoasts, Iconic Lighthouses, and Quaint Village Inns-Maine

Great Cities to Visit in Maine:

  • Bangor
  • Portland
  • Augusta
  • Lewiston
  • Biddeford

5 Fun Things to Enjoy in Maine:

  • Fort Williams Park: It’s the iconic picture of Maine’s seacoast: waves dashing against a rocky peninsula, America’s most photographed lighthouse rising above it. Take a picnic, fly a kite, hike along the cliffs, or explore the arboretum.
  • Monhegan Island: No cars allowed! Monhegan Island, accessible only by boat, offers scenic hiking trails, a quaint village to explore, and an escape from a noisy and hectic world. Be sure to make inn reservations months in advance.
  • Seashore Trolley Museum: In the little town of Kennebunkport awaits the world’s oldest and largest electric railway museum. With over 250 transit vehicles, mostly trolleys, this museum offers a unique and fascinating experience.
  • Whale Watching: Take one of Maine’s numerous whale-watching tours, such as the Bar Harbor Whale Watch Co., featuring humpbacks, Minke’s whales, porpoises, seals, and more.
  • Old Fort Western: Located on the Kennebec River, this 1754 wooden fort surrounded by a wooden stockade provides a window into colonial life on the northern frontier.

Major Convention Centers:

  • Portland Maine Convention Center: Also known as the Portland Exposition Building, this 330,000 square-foot complex is a flexible facility located in Maine’s largest city.
  • Presque Isle Inn and Convention Center: For a more unique setting, this small convention center in northern Maine offers the distinct Maine experience in a cozy location.

National Parks - https://www.nps.gov/state/me/index.htm

Three national parks and 1,563 listings on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Acadia National Park: The oldest national park on the east coast fully displays Maine’s rugged seaside. The mythic beauty of granite peaks, rocky shores, and deep blue waters draws numerous visitors every year.
  • Mount Katahdin: While actually administered by a state park, Maine’s highest peak is also the northern endpoint of the National Park System’s Appalachian Trail, as well as the AT’s most challenging mountain.

Racing Fans!

NASCAR: Maine is home to the Beech Ridge Motor Speedway!

  • This 1/3-mile track hosts weekly races on Saturdays and some Thursdays, including the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.

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