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Maine is a state in the New England region of the United States.

Regions in Maine : Down East, Maine Atlantic Coast, Maine Highlands, North Woods and Western Maine Mountains
Counties in Maine : Androscoggin, Aroostook, Cumberland, Franklin, Hancock, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Oxford, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Sagadahoc, Somerset, Waldo, Washington and York

Maine is a popular tourist destination, but it also experiences harsh winters and, consequently, the great temporary influx of visitors occurs during the warmer months. Many of these visitors establish an alternate secondary residence in Maine during some or all warm months and then depart for their primary residence in the off-season. These are the summer people of Maine lore.

State Capital City of Maine : Augusta.

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Campsites / Campgrounds / RV Parks

 KeyCamp Holidays 
Maine: Bar Harbor.

  Go Camping America
  Koa   -   Campgrounds of America
  National Park Service Campground and Tour Reservation Site
  Funroads   -   Get Outta Town!

Car Rentals in Maine

  Sixt   -    

Holiday Homes / Apartments

  VRBO holiday rental   -   USA Holiday Rentals

Hotels in Maine   Hotel Guide Maine
Most popular cities in Maine : Kennebunkport, Kennebunk, Portland, Boothbay Harbor, Ogunquit, Augusta, Castine, South Portland, Rockport, Harmons Corner, Camden, Freeport.

Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.

   -   Motel 6 and Red Roof   -    

  Camden Harbour Inn   -   Lifestyle Lodging in Maine
The Inn is perched on a hilltop with 180-degree views of the village, harbor, mountains, Penobscot Bay, and evergreen islands.
It is less than a five-minute walk to the heart of Camden, where you will find a delightful collection of unusual shops, galleries, and restaurants, as well as traditional windjammers and power vessels waiting to take you sightseeing on the Bay.
Your hosts are from the Netherlands, and they have updated this New England Landmark with fresh European style and a dash of fun.

  Southern Maine Lodging
Daydreaming about a Maine Coast vacation among white sand beaches, rocky cliffs, quaint shops and fabulous restaurants? Then come to Ogunquit - where dream vacations come true - especially when you stay at the Juniper Hill Inn, Gorges Grant Hotel or The Milestone. Each of our properties is a short walk or trolley ride from renowned beaches and historic Ogunquit village.

National Parks / State Parks

  Acedia national Park
The park is home to many plants and animals, and the tallest mountain on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Today visitors come to Acadia to hike granite peaks, bike historic carriage roads, or relax and enjoy the scenery. The park offers ranger-led programs from mid-May through mid-October. Programs include talks, walks, hikes, boat cruises, evening programs, and children's programs. Check the schedule of events for details. See National Park Service
  White Mountain National Forest   -   national forest
A special and wonderful place to visit throughout the year. There are campgrounds, hiking trails, scenic drives, historic places, and plenty of space to just sit back and relax.
Because of its beauty and because many ski areas are located at least partially inside it, the WMNF is the most visited national site (including National parks) in the United States.

Travel Agents / Tour Operators   -   eco-tourism cruises
Maine Lighthouse Cruise [ 6 Days ], Maine Coast Hiking Cruise [ 6 Days ].

   -   Create your perfect trip to Maine
Flight, Hotel and Car.

Thomas Cook

Local Travel Organizations / Tour Operators :

  Acedia Information Center [ Trenton ]   -   Acedia National Park
All the information you might need to plan an exciting visit to Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Mount Desert Island, Downeast Maine and Atlantic Canada.
  Maine Coast Windjammer Sailing Vacations
Set off on a voyage of a lifetime aboard one of Maine's 14 famous windjammers. Enjoy great sailing by day as you cruise along the rugged coast. Take a turn at the helm or simply sit back and enjoy the panoramic views! Every night you'll anchor in a protected cove where you can go ashore and explore a quaint fishing village or hike on an uninhabited island.
The fourteen ships in the Maine Windjammer Association operate out of Camden, Rockport and Rockland, located on the Coast of Maine.
  Maine Tourism Association   -   Your Maine Vacation starts here!
Whether it's a luxury coastal resort or a serence mountainside cabin you're looking for, it's here in Maine. Nowhere else will you find such a variety of attractions - fall foliage, snowmobiling, harbors, state parks, beaches, white water rafting, shopping, lighthouses, mountains, arts and heritage, ocean or lake cruises, unique festivals - and hospitality - hotels, inns, bed and breakfasts, campgrounds and award-winning restaurants serving Maine lobster and dozens of ethnic specialties.
  The Maine Highlands
The Maine Highlands, located at the very heart of the state, encompasses six distinct regions: Greater Bangor, Katahdin, Lincoln Lakes, Moosehead Lake, Sebasticook Valley, and Southern Piscataquis.   -   Your Midcoast Maine Vacation
If you're looking for the authentic Maine experience, this is it. The Rockland-Thomaston area is the entry point to Penobscot Bay, perhaps the most scenic body of water on the eastern seaboard. Here you'll find scores of islands, a dozen historic lighthouses, and quiet little protected harbors filled with working lobster boats. Ospreys and bald eagles nest high in the spruces along the rugged shores, puffins make the islands their home, deer browse the open fields, moose forage the wetlands, and harbor seals make their annual pilgrimage to quiet coves.

Travel Guides Maine, Related Books

Frommer's Maine Coast - ISBN 0470881542Travel Guides USA Frommer's Maine Coast   -   Paul Karr 
*   Completely updated, Frommer′s Maine Coast features in–depth coverage of the sights and experiences that await you.
*   As a longtime New Englander, our author hits all the highlights, from the mountains of Acadia National Park to outlet shops and beaches of Maine′s southern coast. He′s checked out all the best hotels and restaurants in person, and offers authoritative, candid reviews that will help you find the choices that suit your tastes and budget.
*   You′ll get insider tips on finding the best lobster, hiking the best trails, and discovering the loveliest ocean views. You′ll find detailed maps, a nature guide , and advice on planning a family vacation. The book also features a driving tour of Acadia National Park, and sidetrips to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, inland Maine, and St. Andrews & Grand Manan Island.
Paperback: 320 pages; Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; 4th Edition edition (1 Mar 2011); ISBN-10: 0470881542; ISBN-13: 978-0470881545.
Daily Cams, Snow Conditions, Weather, State Map, Ski Area Facts, XC Ski Area Facts, Schedule of Events, History, Photo Gallery, Woody's Ski Odyssey, Adaptive Skiing, Ski Maine Passbook, Press Releases,, Ski Hall of Fame, N.E.Winter Sport Summit and Trade Show

Transportation / How do I get to Maine

Portland Airport   -   Portland International Jetport
Portland International Jetport [ IATA: PWM, ICAO: KPWM ] is a public airport located 2 miles west of Portland, in Cumberland County.
  Bangor Airport   -   Bangor International Airport
Bangor International Airport [ IATA: BGR, ICAO: KBGR ] is a public airport located 3 miles west of the city of Bangor, in Penobscot County.


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  -   Flights to Portland
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  Airline Tickets Maine / Bargain Flights
Flight tickets Maine.

  Amtrak   -   American Railways  -  Downeaster
The Downeaster is a 116-mile (187 km) passenger train line operated by Amtrak, connecting North Station in Boston, Massachusetts to Portland, Maine.

  Greyhound Lines

  Portland Transportation   -   Transportation Information Display System


  Maine Tourism Association   -   Your Maine Vacation starts here!
Whether it's a luxury coastal resort or a serence mountainside cabin you're looking for, it's here in Maine. Nowhere else will you find such a variety of attractions - fall foliage, snowmobiling, harbors, state parks, beaches, white water rafting, shopping, lighthouses, mountains, arts and heritage, ocean or lake cruises, unique festivals -and hospitality- hotels, inns, bed and breakfasts, campgrounds and award-winning restaurants serving Maine lobster and dozens of ethnic specialties.
  Visiting Maine [ Government ]   -   Your Midcoast Maine Vacation
If you're looking for the authentic Maine experience, this is it. The Rockland-Thomaston area is the entry point to Penobscot Bay, perhaps the most scenic body of water on the eastern seaboard. Here you'll find scores of islands, a dozen historic lighthouses, and quiet little protected harbors filled with working lobster boats. Ospreys and bald eagles nest high in the spruces along the rugged shores, puffins make the islands their home, deer browse the open fields, moose forage the wetlands, and harbor seals make their annual pilgrimage to quiet coves.

  State of Maine [ Government ]

  City of Augusta   -   State Capital City of Maine
Augusta is a world-class capital city where entrepreneurs start, grow, and maintain a variety of businesses. Citizens pursue life-long learning in first-rate schools, libraries, historic, and cultural facilities. Residents, workers, and tourists circulate around and enjoy the Heart of Augusta - on both sides of the Kennebec River, along Water Street, and throughout the Capitol complex. Travelers appreciate Augusta's historic and natural scenery. Homebuyers and renters of all ages and incomes are drawn by safe and appealing neighborhoods, competitive tax rates, and superior services.

  Belgrade Lakes Region   -   peaceful, picturesque, and welcoming
The Belgrade Lakes Region is Central Maine's premier lake area for recreation, relaxation, and wholesome family fun. Famous for its sparkling scenic streams and chain of seven lakes, its panoramic views of fields, hills and woodlands, its inviting towns and villages, and its activities for all ages.
Whether a destination for activities and action or a retreat for peace and tranquility, the Belgrade Lakes Region is truly where memories last a lifetime!
  Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
Visit the six Peninsula communities: Blue Hill, Brooklin, Brooksville, Castine, Penobscot and Sedgwick
  Down East Maine
As a cultural region, Downeast Maine encompasses the rural communities of Hancock and Washington counties. Principal Downeast towns include Calais, Eastport, and Machias. Bar Harbor, Maine, Blue Hill, and Ellsworth can also be considered Downeast communities. It also includes Acadia National Park and environs. There are three National Wildlife Refuges in the region: Cross Island National Wildlife Refuge, Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, and Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge.
  Maine Highlands   -   The Maine Highlands
The Maine Highlands, located at the very heart of the state, encompasses six distinct regions: Greater Bangor , Katahdin, Lincoln Lakes, Moosehead Lake, Sebasticook Valley, and Southern Piscataquis.
The region is as rich in history as it is in natural splendor. The long standing presence and influence of the Penobscot tribes endures to this day. Early European settlers arrived in the mid-1700s, and by the late 1800s this part of Maine was becoming famous as a vacation and resort destination - the start of a tradition which has grown in popularity ever since.
The many rivers, lakes, and streams afford a myriad of activities, including fishing, canoeing, and whitewater rafting. The mountains are always a hiker's paradise and the winter trails are a haven for cross country skiers, while snowmobilers take to the Interstate Trail System. Make the most of your visit and leave no facet unexplored.
  North Woods   -   North Maine Woods
It is a region of over 3.5 million acres of top quality commercial forest land. Included within its boundaries are two of the most famous wild rivers of the Northeast - the St. John and the Allagash. North Maine Woods completely surrounds the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.
  Seacoast Main   -   GOseacoast
A New Hampshire Seacoast region and South Coast of Maine web site.
Western Maine Mountains
The Western Maine Mountains region spans along most of the Maine's western border with New Hampshire.

  Androscoggin   -   Androscoggin County Chamber of Commerce
The Androscoggin County Chamber of Commerce covers the areas of Auburn, Durham, Greene, Leeds, Lewiston, Lisbon, Livermore, Livermore Falls, Mechanic Falls, Minot, New Gloucester, Poland, Sabattus, Turner, Wales. Androscoggin County is a great place to visit, work, live, play and raise a family.
  Aroostook   -   Aroostook County   -   largest county in the state
Aroostook County is about the combined sizes of the States of Connecticut and Rhode Island. Territories : Square Lake, Connor, Central Aroostook, South Aroostook and Northwest Aroostook
  Cumberland   -   Cumberland County
  Franklin   -   Franklin County Chamber of Commerce
  Hancock   -   County of Hancock
  Kennebec   -   Kennebec County
Cities and towns : Albion, Augusta, Belgrade, Benton, Chelsea, China, Clinton, Farmingdale, Fayette, Gardiner, Hallowell, Litchfield, Manchester, Monmouth, Mount Vernon, Oakland, Pittston, Randolph, Readfield, Rome, Sidney, Vassalboro, Vienna, Waterville, Wayne, West Gardiner, Windsor, Winslow and Winthrop.
  Knox   -   Knox Countie
Cities and towns : Appleton, Camden, Cushing, Friendship, Hope, Isle au Haut, Matinicus Isle, North Haven, Owls Head, Rockland, Rockport, South Thomaston, St. George, Thomaston, Union, Vinalhaven, Warren and Washington.
  Lincoln   -   Lincoln County
Cities and towns : Alna, Boothbay Harbor, Boothbay, Bremen, Bristol, Damariscotta, Damariscotta-Newcastle, Dresden, Edgecomb, Hibberts, Jefferson, Monhegan, Newcastle, Nobleboro, Somerville, South Bristol, Southport, Waldoboro, Westport, Whitefield and Wiscasset.
  Oxford   -   Oxford County / Oxford Bicentennial 1805 - 2005
Municipalities by District :
Bethel, Brownfield, Denmark, Fryeburg, Hanover, Hiram, Lovell, Norway, Porter, Stow, Sweden, Waterford and the unorganized territories of Batchelders Grant and Mason.
Andover, Byron, Canton, Dixfield, Gilead, Hartford, Lincoln Plantation, Magalloway Plantation, Mexico, Newry, Peru, Roxbury, Rumford, Sumner, Upton and the unorganized territory of Milton and the unorganized territories of Northern Oxford.
Buckfield, Greenwood, Hebron, Otisfield, Oxford, Paris, Stoneham, West Paris, Woodstock and the unorganized territories of Albany.
Piscataquis   -   see Southern Piscataquis County Chamber of Commerce
Represents the following communities - Abbot, Atkinson, Bowerbank, Brownville, Brownville Jct., Dexter, Dover-Foxcroft, Guilford, Medford, Milo, Monson, Sangerville and Sebec.
The region offers a combination of attractive small towns and villages, outdoor recreation, scenic beauty and is the home to many skilled artists and crafters.
  Piscataquis - see Three Rivers Community of Maine
The Three Rivers Community is a group of towns in central Maine including Atkinson, Bowerbank, Brownville, LaGrange, Lake View, Medford, Milo, and Sebec.
  Sagadahoc   -   smallest county in Maine
Cities and towns : Arrowsic, Bath, Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Georgetown, Phippsburg, Richmond, Topsham, West Bath and Woolwich
  Waldo   -   Waldo County
Waldo County, situated in mid-coast Maine along scenic Penobscot Bay, has genuine New England character evidenced by working port towns and quaint rural villages. Visitors are awed by the area's unspoiled beauty. From striking coastal views to sweeping mountain vistas, dramatic natural settings abound. In addition great care has been taken to preserve and refurbish numerous historic landmarks, homes and buildings. Consequently, the Maine of yesteryear is still found here.
From Belfast, the county seat, to Searsport, the anchor of port activity in mid-coast Maine and nearby Stockton Springs bordering Penobscot Bay, to Winterport on the Penobscot River, to the inlands of Unity, Liberty, Monroe and Thorndike to Lincolnville with its 2 town centers, Waldo County is a wonderful place to be at any time of the year. Henry David Thoreau may have been talking to potential Waldo County visitors where he said "Probe the earth and see where your main(e) roots run."
  York   -   York County
York County is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, county in America. It was established in 1636. The first shiretown (county seat) was in York. For a time, both York and Alfred served as one-half shiretowns until Alfred became the full shiretown about 1830. In New England, county government is weaker than in the rest of the country since, historically, the towns developed earlier and since the towns in Maine now have a measure of "home rule" whereas the counties do not.

  Auburn   -   City of Auburn   -   located in Androscoggin County
  Bangor   -   City of Bangor - Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce
The Bangor Region has been designated an official "Gateway" region. Made up of 21 communities, the area's central location becomes a starting point for interesting day trips to visitors and residents alike.
The Bangor Region offers both day and evening, year-round and seasonal possibilities, ranging in the summer months, from the wildly popular Maine Shakespeare Festival on the downtown riverfront, to the Sidewalk Arts Festival to the Bangor State Fair.
  Bar Harbor   -   Bar Harbor & Acadia National Park
The magic of Bar Harbor...romance, adventure, the rock-bound coast and soaring granite cliffs. From the stonewall-lined and tree-covered road leading you into the village, to the sweeping vistas from atop Cadillac Mountain, there is a special mystique to Bar Harbor. Nestled on the east side of Mt. Desert Island, surrounded by Acadia National Park, it has welcomed visitors for over a hundred years. And now it welcomes you, too! Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park have a wide variety of offerings for visitors. There truly is something for everyone.
  Bath [ Sagadahoc County ]   -   City of Bath
Bath has sailed into the present bringing a taste of her history with her and is now home of the world-class shipbuilder Bath Iron Works. At the south end of the city the nationally acclaimed Maine Maritime Museum is often visited by Tall Ships. Downtown Bath has a unique mix of shops, restaurants and services.
  Belfast - Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce
The local flavor of the area can be seen as you walk the docks and watch lobstermen hauling their traps or drive along the countryside to see farmers planting their crops or tilling the soil. Mom-and-pop businesses along the country roads are where you can find home baked goods, home grown foods and a little local gossip, too. The area is well known for its exceptional crafts and antiques.
  Bethel   -   Bethel Area Chamber of Commerce   -   near the popular Sunday River Ski Resort
From the tree-lined historic village common in downtown Bethel to the majestic mountaintop views of nearby Grafton Notch State Park and the White Mountain National Forest, there is a special feeling in Bethel. Nestled along the banks of the beautiful Androscoggin River, surrounded by Maine's Appalachian Mountains, Bethel has welcomed visitors for more than two hundred years! Once the destination of the wealthy from New York and Boston who traveled via train to spend the entire summer, Bethel has become one of New England's premier year-round vacation spots for folks from around the globe.
  Biddeford   -   City of Biddeford - Biddeford Saco Chamber of Commerce
Settled in the 1600's, Biddeford, and its sister city Saco, have a long and rich history as a center of commerce and industry in York County.
The Biddeford-Saco Region is a true vacationland area. Here you will find world-renowned beaches and numerous outdoor activities to enjoy - such as biking, boating and clean family amusement parks. The many restaurants are second to none and the affordable accommodations will help to make your stay a memorable experience.
  Brewer   -   City of Brewer
  Brunswick   -   Town of Brunswick - Brunswick Downtown
Brunswick, ME has a rich history. Today, with the Androscoggin River winding along our north and Maine's beautiful Casco Bay to the south, Downtown Brunswick is blessed with a beauty that draws visitors near and far.
  Caribou   -   City of Caribou
  Ellsworth [ Hancock County ]   -   City of Ellsworth
Locally known as "The Crossroads of Downeast Maine."
  Farmington [ Franklin County ]   -   The Town of Farmington
Farmington is the home of the University of Maine at Farmington.
  Gardiner   -   City of Gardiner
  Houlton [ Aroostook County ]   -   see Houlton Online  -  Visiting   -   Greater Houlton
The Meduxnekeag River flows through the heart of the town, and the border with the Canadian province of New Brunswick is only three miles east of the town's center.
On a visit to Southern Aroostook County, you will find more than you imagined. This rural treasure trove harbors bits of history, acres of wildness, intriguing eateries, and an array of events, all spread throughout some of the most beautiful terrain to be found in the northeast.
  Lewiston   -   City of Lewiston   -   second-largest city in Maine
Located in southwest Maine, at the falls of the Androscoggin River, across from Auburn.
  Old Orchard Beach
  Old Town   -   Old Town
  Ogunquit   -   summer resort [ 'Beautiful Place by the Sea' ]
Oqunquit means 'coastal lagoon' [ native Abenaki Indians ]. Three and a half miles of white-sand beaches on a long hook of land, separated from the mainland by the mouth of the Ogunquit River. See Town of Ogunquit Maine, Ogunquit heritage museum, Ogunquit Conservation Commission.
  Portland   -   The Greater Portland and Casco Bay Area
Nestled between Maine's forest-covered mountains and spectacular rugged coast, Portland is a rough-hewn gem of New England. Unspoiled landscapes, beautiful vistas, succulent lobster, stately lighthouses, outdoor adventures, exceptional shopping, the list goes on. In the Casco Bay region of Greater Portland to Freeport you'll find it all within a 15 mile radius surrounding the state's largest city - Portland.
Sure, there's more to see throughout the state of Maine, from Bar Harbor's Acadia National Park to mile-high Mt. Katahdin in Baxter State Park. But right here, in Greater Portland, you can experience a bit of what everyone's talking about, a small piece of "everything Maine." From mountains to lakes, city to country, inland to coast, nature to nightlife, welcome to Greater Portland's Casco Bay!
  Portland [ Cumberland County ]  -  City of Portland, Maine
Portland is Maine's business, financial and retail capital and the largest city in the state. Seascapes and cityscapes blend harmoniously in Portland, perched on a peninsula, jutting out into island-studded Casco Bay. The metropolitan hub of Maine's south coast region, Portland is a progressive, lively city incorporating the character of yesteryear into a modern urban environment. Historic architecture blends gracefully with the new as you stroll her working waterfront or the cobblestone streets of the restored Old Port section of the city.
The Downtown Arts District is home to the Portland Museum of Art, Portland Performing Arts Center, and the Portland Symphony Orchestra. Baxter Boulevard (Back Cove), Deering Oaks, Eastern Promenade, Lincoln Park, and Western Promenade are historical parks.
  Portland   -   Port of Portland
  Presque Isle
  Rockland   -   City of Rockland
  Saco   -   Saco
  Skowhegan [ Somerset County ]   -   City of Skowhegan
  South Portland   -   South Portland
  Waterville   -   Waterville
  Westbrook   -   Westbrook

Ski Maine

  Big Rock Ski Area
Near Presque Isle and Houlton, Maine. Day and night skiing. Vertical drop is 984 feet. There are 19 trails.
  Big Squaw Mountain Resort
Located in the beautiful Moosehead Lake Region, home to Moosehead Lake, which is forty miles long and 20 miles wide at its widest point. Truly the edge of the wilderness of the Great North Woods.
Big Squaw Mountain Resort has one of the most spectacular views in the world. Sights include Mount Kineo who's sheer 800 foot cliffs plunge into Moosehead Lake , Spencer Mountains, and of course Mount Katahdin which is Maine's highest point and the end of the Appalachian Trail.
  Black Mountain
Located in the Longfellow Mountains of Western Maine, Black Mountain has operated for over four decades, offering affordable downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, and snowboarding to folks in the area. It has also been the site of a number of world and national cross country skiing championships over the years.
  Lost Valley Ski Area [ Auburn ]
15 trails and a snowboard terrain park. Vertical drop of 240 feet. Handicapped ski program has taught hundreds with physical, mental and developmental handicaps how to ski.
  Mt. Abram   -   family-friendly winter resort located just 5 minutes from Bethel
Mt. Abram offers a wide variety of terrain from the beginner's Westside area to ungroomed expert glade runs and race courses, with skiing and snowboarding for all abilities at very affordable prices. Five lifts will speed you to the top to choose from 44 trails while you take in the views of Mt. Washington and the Lakes Region.
  Rangeley Lakes Cross Country Ski Club and Trails in Rangeley
The Rangeley Lakes Cross Country Ski Trails are located in the heart of the scenic western mountains and lakes region of Maine. The area has the best snow conditions in the East, with an annual snowfall approaching 200 inches. The snow conditions plus fantastic terrain make skiing here a wonderful experience for any skier from novice to expert.

  News from Maine   -   Bangor Daily News
  News   -
  News   -   Portland Press Herald-Maine Sunday Telegram
  News   -   VillageSoup   -   Midcoast Maine - Knox & Waldo Counties
The best source of daily and weekly news dedicated to the Greater Portland Region.
  Radio   -   Maine Public Broadcasting Network
  Skowhegan State Fair
  TV   -   Maine Public Broadcasting Network
  TV   - [ abc ]
  University   -   University of Maine
  University Farmington   -   University of Maine in Farmington
  University   -   University of New England

Cuisine   -  Maine Recipes

  Succulent lobsters, thick fish chowders, jumbo shrimp, juicy scallops, deep-fried clams and any other seafood cooked in a variey of ways is what comes to mind when most think of Maine. But Maine also produces blueberries [ see Wild Blueberries with also a lot of links ]. Ninety percent of the nations blueberries come from Maine! There is nothing like pie, cake, muffins, pancakes or waffles made from fresh Maine blueberries

  Lobster from Maine   -   see 'Recipes' [ Recipes bottom left ]
When you buy Maine lobster, you're buying the world's best. Harvested daily from the cold waters off our rocky coast, Maine lobster turns an ordinary meal into a mini-vacation. From the traditional lobster bake to the most creative recipes, once you experience the sweet, succulent taste of Maine lobster you're sure to agree: The World's Finest Lobster Comes From Maine.
  Food in Portland
  Maine Department of Agriculture   -   see visit
Enjoy the first taste of spring at a Maine maple sap house starting on Maine Maple Sunday and throughout maple season. In the summer, visit a Pick-Your-Own Farm or a farm that is open to the public on Open farm Day. Attend a Maine Agricultural Fair and the Tomato Tasting Day. In the fall spotlight are the Maine Menus Month restaurant promotion, and the Great Maine Apple Day in October.

  Food in Maine   -   Maine Food and Maine Restaurants online   -   a collection of quick, easy, and delicious recipes
  Wild Blueberry Association of North America   -   see 'Recipes'
Lots and lots of wild blueberry recipes. So delicious, so easy and so good for you! Wild Blueberries make your favorite recipes irresistible.

History of Maine

  History of Portland [ Wikipedia ]
Portland, Maine was originally called Machigonne by the native people who first lived there. It was settled by the British in 1632 as a fishing and trading settlement and renamed Casco. In 1658 its name was changed again, this time to Falmouth...
  Maines First Ship [ Bath ]
Almost 400 years ago ...a Maine vessel launched America's love affair with shipbuilding. In 1607 the mouth of Maine's Kennebec River, a group of hardy English settlers established a fragile foothold on this coast, 13 years before the Pilgrims. Here they created the continent's first ocean going ship, a 30-ton pinnace, calling it The Virginia.
  Victoria Mansion [ Portland ]
Victoria Mansion, also known as the Morse-Libby House, is the finest example of residential design from the pre-Civil War era in America. With superb architecture and well-preserved original interiors that were among the most lavish and sophisticated in their day, it is an unparalleled document of America's highest aspirations in architecture, interior design, and the decorative arts. Our history, a quick tour, and our present-day efforts at restoring the Mansion convey an impression of the significance of this unique site, which is of national and even international importance.

Music, Art & Culture, Entertainment

  Maine Arts Commission
  Maine Music
Maine's diverse musical heritage is firmly rooted in community life, reflecting the culture, geography and aspirations of its residents. Attend a fall foliage concert on the town mall by a local municipal band, a classical chamber music concert in the dark of winter held in an historic opera house, a blues or bluegrass festival at a waterfront park in the green heat of summer, or a hot new rock band in one of Portland's trendy clubs.
  Acadian Culture in Maine
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