Maine

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Camden, Maine
Camden, Maine
Bar Harbor, ME
Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park
Bar Harbor, ME
Old Orchard Beach, ME
Old Orchard Beach, ME
Kennebunkport, Maine
Kennebunkport, Maine

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Bar Harbor – A large portion of Acadia National Park is included within the municipality of Bar Harbor, which makes the fact that the area boasts 28,800 scenic acres seem quite logical. That being said, Bar Harbor’s stunning coastal beauty is what the town is best known for. With weather that can range from thick fog and mist to glistering sunlight, its view of ocean and islands dotted with lobster boats and yachts is an iconic feature of this part of the country. Continue reading…

Camden – Now, the population of this beautiful New England town was just over 4,800 at the 2010 census, but you better believe it more than triples during the summer months because of all those tourists and summer residents who flock down to Camden to enjoy its beautiful beaches and summer events. That being said, Camden is a well-known summer colony in the Mid-Coast region of Maine, especially since it’s brimming with wealthy Northeasterners during the hottest months of every year. Continue reading…

KennebunkportKennebunkport’s Dock Square is located along the Kennebunk River and the ocean; a long time ship-building mecca first settled in the 1600’s, the Kennebunk River banks witnessed countless schooners and five-masted ships making their way down the river to the sea. Many of the fine mansions built by numerous sea captains are today preserved in the form of charming inns with an antique vibe. Interestingly, this part of the Maine coast, which is today “the place to be all year,” first became a resort destination more than 100 years ago. Continue reading…

Old Orchard Beach – The recreational offerings at Old Orchard Beach can pretty much be summed up in one word. The Pier. Well, okay, that’s two words. But you get the point. Anyway, the Pier extends some 500 feet out over the Atlantic Ocean. This is where you’ll be able to fish, listen to concerts, go whale or bird watching, watch fireworks, dance your butt off, play games of skill, eat, shop and do pretty much anything else you can think of while on vacation. Just don’t think too hard. Continue reading…

 

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