From this picturesque town on Mount Desert Island, vacationers can enjoy stunning mountain ranges, coastal cliffs, and the Acadia National Park. The most famous sight in the town is Cadillac Mountain, which offers breathtaking hiking trails and panoramic views of the surrounding areas.
Known for its beautiful beaches, Kennebunkport is a pretty little town that is replete with eye-catching architecture. There are also several fascinating attractions that will interest people of all ages, including the Seashore Trolley Museum and the Goat Island Lighthouse. The ideal spot for a seaside staycation, Kennebunkport is filled with quaint guesthouses, family-owned stores, and boasts a bustling fishing harbor.
Located in York County, Ogunquit is a stunning little town perched on the southern coast of Maine. Most vacationers head to the Ogunquit River area, which is home to the Rachel Carson Preserve and swathes of white-sand beaches. One of the most popular attractions is the Marginal Way - a cliff-edge walk offering stunning coastal vistas.
The largest lake in Maine, Moosehead Lake is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Nestled underneath the majestic Longfellow Mountains, the lake hosts a range of watersports, hiking trails, and leisure activities. A popular spot among visitors is Sugar Island - one of 80 islands that are dotted along the lakeshore.
Boothbay Harbor is a small town in Lincoln County. With a population of around 2,000, it's an unspoiled paradise for visitors in search of a relaxing staycation. Boothbay Harbour's numbers swell during the summer months, however, when thousands of vacationers arrive to enjoy the town's many sea-based activities.
This picturesque town is the third-oldest in Maine, and definitely one of the most charming. Colonial architecture characterizes Wells, giving people a flavor of what life was like in Maine during the 17th century. There is still lots to do, however, including shopping at Wells Farmers' Market and chilling in Wells Harbor Community Park.