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Rockland is the geographic center of Midcoast Maine and the gateway to Penobscot Bay, arguably the most scenic body of water on the eastern seaboard. Four historic inns add to Rockland's charm.
Along the coastal islands, past sea cliffs and along sandy beaches - experience Maine's rich ocean heritage, incredible scenery, and shorebirds and sea mammals.
The Kennebec River - remote with a rock wall gorge. The Dead River - the longest continuous rapids in the East. The Penobscot River - views of Mount Katahdin.
More than 60 lighthouses dot the Maine coast from the well known Nubble Light in York to West Quoddy Head, the easternmost lighthouse in the United States.
Enjoy taking the scenic drive along Ocean Avenue, which runs along the Kennebunk River to the ocean. The route provides equally stunning views of the Maine coastline and the palatial homes.
Get a glimpse of history, the arts, the waterfront, shopping in the Old Port district and our neighboring outlet town...Freeport, and so much more! We invite you to see our town.
Located on the border of Maine and New Hampshire, Fryeburg has maintained its charm amidst the scenic beauty of Mount Washington.
Located near Portland, gaze at the spectacular untouched beauty of Crescent Beach, the Sea Glass restaurant presents an authentic Maine culinary experience prepared from the freshest local ingredients.
White sand ocean beaches cover much of the southern Maine coast and dot the rest of the 5,500 miles of Maine coastline.
Camden's Finest Upscale Boutique Hotel. Noted for its warm hospitality, unsurpassed service, comfort and elegance, the Lord Camden Inn is the perfect retreat for a memorable getaway.
Bar Harbor is adjacent to Acadia National Park. Hike granite peaks, bike historic carriage roads, or relax and enjoy the scenery.
Located on the Kennebec River, Bath is listed as one of the “Best Small Cities in America” and was deemed a “Distinctive Destination” by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The Meduxnekeag River flows through the heart of the town, and the border with the Canadian province of New Brunswick is three miles east of the town's center.
Situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Piscataqua River just north of the New Hampshire border. Settled in 1632 by the British, it is Maine’s oldest settlement and now a great shopping destination.