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I N V I T E S Y O U
Traveling in Maine in
John Steinbeck’s Path
page 22
Maine’s Lighthouses
Point the Way to
Breathtaking Beauty
page 30
Experience Maine’s
Winter Trails
page 49
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DownEast & Acadia Region .............. 113
Acadia National Park ......................... 124
Scenic Byways and
Heritage Trails ................................. 130
Kennebec & Moose River
Valleys Region ................................. 131
Mid-Coast Region .............................. 137
Island Hopping ................................... 145
Contents
Statewide Information ........................... 8
State Regional Map .............................. 10
Spring in Maine .................................... 14
Summer in Maine ................................ 16
Autumn in Maine ................................. 18
Winter in Maine ................................... 20
Traveling in John Steinbeck’s Path .... 22
Maine Beaches Offer Sun,
Sand and Storied Pasts ..................... 24
Maine Art Museum Trail ..................... 28
Maine’s Lighthouses
Point the Way to
Breathtaking Beauty ......................... 30
A Historical Look at Lobstering ......... 32
Sporting Camps and
Professional Guides Are
a Maine Tradition .............................. 37
Weave Your Way to Farms,
Food, Fiber Arts ................................. 40
Maine Gardens ..................................... 42
Maine Camps ........................................ 44
Baxter State Park (From Fifty
Places to Hike Before You Die) ........ 46
Experience Maine’s Winter Trails ...... 49
Maine’s Lakes & Mountain Region .... 51
Covered Bridges ................................... 56
Greater Portland &
Casco Bay Region .............................. 61
The Maine Beaches Region ................ 71
Facts About Maine ............................... 98
Aroostook County Region ................... 99
Maine Offers a Coastal
and Northern Forest
Birding Bonanza .............................. 104
The Maine Highlands Region -
Iangor º KalahdIn º
Moosehead Lake ............................. 105
Maine’s Climate .................................. 108
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Alphabetical
Contents
42
A Historical Look at Lobstering ......... 32
Acadia National Park ......................... 124
Activities, Attractions &
Travel Services Directory ............... 156
Alpine & Nordic Skiing ..................... 161
Aroostook County Region ................... 99
Autumn in Maine ................................. 18
Baxter State Park (From Fifty
Places to Hike Before You Die) ........ 46
Canoeing & Kayaking ........................ 158
Covered Bridges ................................... 56
Cruises, Ferries and
Fishing Charters .............................. 160
DownEast & Acadia Region .............. 113
Experience Maine’s Winter Trails ...... 49
Facts About Maine ............................... 98
Golf Courses ....................................... 165
Great Hikes Abound in Maine .......... 157
Greater Portland &
Casco Bay Region .............................. 61
Index to Advertisers .......................... 191
Island Hopping ................................... 145
Kennebec & Moose River
Valleys Region ................................. 131
Lighthouses ........................................ 168
Maine Art Museum Trail ..................... 28
Maine Beaches Offer Sun,
Sand and Storied Pasts .................... 24
Maine Camps ........................................ 44
Maine Gardens ..................................... 42
Maine Gardens List ........................... 164
Maine Offers a Coastal
and Northern Forest
Birding Bonanza .............................. 104
Maine’s Climate .................................. 108
Maine’s Lakes & Mountain Region .... 51
Maine’s Lighthouses
Point the Way to
Breathtaking Beauty ......................... 30
Mid-Coast Region .............................. 137
Museums, Galleries &
Performing Arts ............................... 166
Activities, Attractions &
Travel Services Directory ............... 156
Great Hikes Abound in Maine .......... 157
Canoeing & Kayaking ........................ 158
Cruises, Ferries and
Fishing Charters .............................. 160
Whitewater Rafting ............................ 161
Alpine & Nordic Skiing ..................... 161
State Parks, State Historic Sites
and Public Reserved Lands ........... 162
Maine Gardens List ........................... 164
Golf Courses ....................................... 165
Museums, Galleries &
Performing Arts ............................... 166
Lighthouses ........................................ 168
Travel Services Directory .................. 169
Index to Advertisers .......................... 191
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From the
Governor’s
Desk
Dear Friends,
The First Lady and I welcome you to the great State of
Maine and all its wonderful amenities for your enjoyment.
We urge you to reference this book, published by the
Maine Tourism Association, to discover and experience
what our beautiful state has to offer. From thousands of
miles of coastline for sightseeing, to our rolling mountains
for skiing and hiking, Maine has something for everyone
all four seasons of the year.
Our people are warm and friendly, and they look to
make your visit memorable. We are certain you will not
be disappointed. Maine provides visitors with a unique
experience rich in culture, some of the fnest natural
beauty in the country, and exciting entertainment along
with its fne dining.
During your visit, we invite you to take advantage of Maine
lobsters and steamers, the best in the world. Don’t forget
our blueberry pie, whoopie pies and of course our Maine
potatoes!
We hope your Maine experience will create unforgettable
memories so you will return soon.
Sincerely,
Governor Paul R. LePage & Family
Top. Governor and Mrs. LePage. © Jim Bowdoin
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Scenic Byways and
Heritage Trails ................................. 130
Sporting Camps and
Professional Guides Are
a Maine Tradition .............................. 37
Spring in Maine .................................... 14
State Parks, State Historic Sites
and Public Reserved Lands ........... 162
State Regional Map .............................. 10
Statewide Information ........................... 8
Summer in Maine ................................ 16
The Maine Beaches Region ................ 71
The Maine Highlands Region -
Iangor º KalahdIn º
Moosehead Lake ............................. 105
Travel Services Directory .................. 169
Traveling in John Steinbeck’s Path .... 22
Weave Your Way to Farms,
Food, Fiber Arts ................................. 40
Whitewater Rafting ............................ 161
Winter in Maine ................................... 20
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The frst section of this guide contains statewide travel
information. The remainder of the guide is divided
into eight regional sections. Each regional section also
includes a list of local Chambers of Commerce. The
Travel Services Directory of Maine Tourism Association
members is located on pages 169-190.
We appreciate the many businesses that support this
publication with advertising. An Index to Advertisers
can be found on pages 191-192.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the
information in this guide, as of October 2011. However, we suggest that you call
ahead to check details.
There’s more online: please visit Maine Tourism Association at www.
mainetourism.com and the Maine Offce of Tourism at www.visitmaine.com.
From the Chief
Executive Offcer
Dear Reader,
The most important frst step in planning your
vacation to Maine is right here in your hands.
If you are reading my letter then you know I
am speaking of Maine’s offcial travel planner,
Maine Invites You. For more than 90 years the
Maine Tourism Association has been providing
travel publications that speak to the beauty and
grandeur of the place we call home—Maine.
It is again our pleasure and honor to provide
this publication, along with the Offcial Maine
Highway Map.

The only way to really discover all that Maine
has to offer is to use Maine Invites You for all
of your research. Information about our eight
tourism regions is the major component of the
planner. The articles we have chosen give you
interesting insight on what to see and do on
your next vacation in Maine. Our member listing
in the planner is invaluable in helping you fnd
the right lodging, dining, attraction, outdoor
recreation, or any other vacation experience
you want while in Maine. I encourage you to
bring this planner with you on your vacation to
Maine. In addition to our advertisers who make
this planner possible, Maine Invites You also
contains chamber of commerce information that
will help you to make more detailed plans. It is
a great “in-hand resource” as you tour our state
and take it all in! There is no other publication
in Maine that has all of the information on all
of the regions in Maine in one planner as does
Maine Invites You.

I would also like to share with you another
great pride we take in this publication. The
paper it is printed on and the company that
produces the planner are all Maine residents
just as we are. Their pride in craftsmanship is
shown on every page and in the quality of their
work on paper and in print. We certainly want
to acknowledge the professionals at Dingley
Press for the printing and the paper craftsmen
at Verso Paper for the quality Maine-made
paper we print on.

Come and visit, bring your family and friends,
make memories for a lifetime! All you need for
every season is right here, right now, in Maine!

Sincerely,
M À I N £ ` S O I I I C I À I T I À V £ I I I À N N £ I
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Traveling in Maine in
John Steinbeck’s Path
page 22
Maine’s Lighthouses
Point the Way to
Breathtaking Beauty
page 30
Experience Maine’s
Winter Trails
page 49
Chair
Cyndi Ostrowski,
Inns at Blackberry Common
First Vice Chair
Scott Riccio,
Northeast Tour & Charter
Company
Treasurer
Gustave H. Tillman, Jr.,
Holiday Inns of Portland
Secretary
Rick Abare,
Maine Campground Owners
Association
Chief Executive Offcer
Vaughn A. Stinson, CTC
Manager - Advertising &
Membership Sales
Michael C. Conley
Publication Manager
Diane M. Hopkins
Design and Production
Micheline Pierre
Writing/Editing/Cover
Design,
Seasonal Spreads and
Regional Openers
Maine Offce of Tourism
Printing
The Dingley Press, Inc. -
Lisbon, ME
Paper Supplier
Verso Paper - Jay, ME
How to Use This Guide
A publication of
Maine Tourism Association
327 Water Street
Hallowell, ME 04347-1341
207-623-0363
Email: mtainfo@mainetourism.com
Web site: www.mainetourism.com
Mobile site: m.mainetourism.com
Maine’s Tourism Partner
www.visitmaine.com
© 2012 Maine Tourism Association
Maine Invites You is published annually
by Maine Tourism Association, a private
non-proft corporation for the promotion of
Maine’s tourism industry. Established 1921.
We welcome photography submissions.
Please mark all photos clearly with your
name, address and telephone number, and
the location of each image. Send to: Diane
Hopkins, Maine Tourism Association, 327
Water Street, Hallowell, ME 04347-1341.
Maine Tourism Association does not accept
responsibility for unsolicited materials.

All photos except where noted are Courtesy
of Maine Offce of Tourism.
About the Cover: This cluster of colorful
lobster buoys can be seen foating year-
round in the harbor of Corea, Maine. Each
lobsterman is required by law to have a
unique color code to distinguish his buoys
from those of other lobstermen. This cluster
features buoys belonging to each of Corea’s
lobstermen.
About the Photographer:
Award-winning photographer, Larry E.
Peterson, is inspired by the natural beauty
of the Maine coast; it provides him with
endless opportunities to develop his art.
His work has been viewed, praised and
purchased around the world. In 2010, he
received an award from the Maine Press
Association for his scenic photography
and his work is prominently featured in
multiple tourism publication in Maine.
See more of Larry’s work online at www.
larrypetersonsmaine.com.
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AIRPORTS AND
CAR RENTALS
Airlines providing direct or affiliate
service to or within Maine:
Air Canada: 888-247-2262
www.aircanada.com
AirTran Airways: 800-AIR-TRAN
www.airtran.com
Allegiant Air: 702-505-8888
www.allegiantair.com
Cape Air: 866-227-3247
www.flycapeair.com
Continental Airlines:
800-523-3273
www.continental.com
Delta Air Lines: 800-221-1212
www.delta.com
JetBlue: 800-538-2583
www.jetblue.com
Twin Cities Air Service:
800-564-3882;
www.twincitiesairservice.com
United Airlines: 800-864-8331
www.united.com
US Airways: 800-428-4322
www.usairways.com
Car rental companies listed
provide on-site rentals.
AUGUSTA
Airport: 626-2306
www.augustaairport.org/
CAR RENTALS
Enterprise: 623-1855,
800-261-7331
www.enterprise.com (off-site,
pick up service available)
Hertz: 621-8116, 800-654-3131
www.hertz.com
BANGOR
Airport: 992-4600,
(866) FLY BANGOR
www.flybangor.com
CAR RENTALS
Alamo: 947-0158, 877-222-9075
www.alamo.com
Avis: 947-8383, 800-331-1212
www.avis.com
Budget: 945-9429, 800-527-0700
www.budget.com
Enterprise: 942-3772,
800-261-7331
www.enterprise.com (off-site,
pick up service available)
Hertz: 942-5519, 800-654-3131
www.hertz.com
National: 947-0158,
877-222-9058
www.nationalcar.com
BAR HARBOR
Airport: 667-7329
www.bhbairport.com
CAR RENTALS
Enterprise: 664-2662 (seasonal),
800-261-7331
www.enterprise.com
Hertz: 667-5017, 800-654-3131
www.hertz.com
PORTLAND
Airport: 874-8877
www.portlandjetport.org
CAR RENTALS
Alamo: 775-0855, 877-222-9075
www.alamo.com
Avis: 874-7500, 800-331-1212
www.avis.com
Budget: 874-7501, 800-527-0700
www.budget.com
Enterprise: 615-0030,
800-261-7331
www.enterprise.com
Hertz: 774-6391, 800-654-3131
www.hertz.com
National: 773-0036,
877-222-9058
www.nationalcar.com
PRESQUE ISLE
Airport: 764-2550
www.flypresqueisle.com
CAR RENTALS
Ace Rent a Car: 877-822-3872
www.acerentacar.com
Avis: 768-6761, 800-331-1212
www.avis.com
Budget: 764-1397, 800-527-0700
www.budget.com
E-Z Auto Rental: 498-3494,
800-294-3494
www.e-zautorental.com (off-site,
deliver vehicle to airport)
ROCKLAND
Airport: 594-4131
www.knoxcountymaine.gov
CAR RENTALS
Budget: 594-0822, 800-527-0700
www.budget.com
BUS SERVICES
Concord Coach Lines:
800-639-3317
www.concordcoachlines.com
SERVICE TO: Augusta, Bangor,
Bath, Belfast, Bowdoin College
(when school is in session),
Brunswick, Camden/Rockport,
Colby College (when school
is in session), Damariscotta,
Lincolnville, Orono (when school
is in session), Portland, Rockland,
Searsport, Waldoboro, Wiscasset
Greyhound Lines: 800-231-2222
www.greyhound.com
SERVICE TO: Augusta, Bangor,
Bates College, Bath, Belfast,
Brunswick, Camden, Damariscotta,
Lewiston, Portland, Rockland,
Searsport, Waldoboro, Waterville,
Wiscasset
LIMITED STOPS TO: Bangor
(Hollywood Slots), Bridgewater,
Caribou, Houlton, Howland,
Lincolnville, Mars Hill, Medway,
Monticello, Oakfield, Old Town,
Presque Isle, Sherman
Shoreline Explorer:
324-5762 x 2932
www.shorelineexplorer.com
(seasonal)
SERVICE TO: Kennebunk, Ken-
nebunkport, Ogunquit, Sanford,
Wells, York
FERRY SERVICES
Casco Bay Lines: 774-7871
www.cascobaylines.com
Service from Portland to Peaks
Island, Little Diamond Island,
Great Diamond Island, Diamond
Cove, Long Island, Great
Chebeague Island, Cliff Island
Service from Portland to Bailey
Island available in summer
East Coast Ferries: (seasonal)
506-747-2159
www.eastcoastferries.nb.ca
Deer Island, New Brunswick–
Eastport
Maine State Ferry Service:
General Information:
800-491-4883
www.maine.gov/mdot/msfs/
index.htm
Rockland–Vinalhaven:
596-5400, 596-5450
Rockland–North Haven:
596-5400, 867-4441
Rockland–Matinicus: 596-5400
(one day per month, more often in summer)
Lincolnville–Isleboro: 789-5611,
734-6935
Bass Harbor–Swans Island:
244-3254, 526-4273
Bass Harbor–Frenchboro:
244-3254
Monhegan Boat Line: 372-8848
www.monheganboat.com
Port Clyde–Monhegan Island
(Cars cannot be taken to
Monhegan Island)
LIMOUSINE
SERVICES
Custom Coach & Limousine:
800-585-3589
www.customcoachandlimo.com
Maine Limousine Service:
800-646-0068
www.mainelimo.com
Rivers Limousine: 363-0404
www.riverslimousine.com
TRAIN SERVICE
Downeaster Passenger Rail
Service, operated by Amtrak:
780-1000, 800-USA-RAIL
www.amtrakdowneaster.com
Daily round-trips between Boston
and Portland, with Maine stops in
Wells, Saco and seasonal stops in
Old Orchard Beach.
Downeast Scenic Railroad:
866-449-7245 (seasonal)
www.downeastscenicrail.org
Maine Eastern Railroad:
866-637-2457 (seasonal)
www.maineeasternrailroad.com
Excursion Train Rail service to
the towns of Brunswick, Bath,
Wiscasset, and Rockland. Lobster
train to the Rockland Lobster
Festival
OTHER TRAVEL
CONTACTS
Maine Turnpike Authority:
877-682-9433
www.maineturnpike.com
Maine State Police:
In Maine only: 800-452-4664
(911 cellular, for emergencies
only)
U.S.-Canada Border Crossings:
800-461-9999 (within Canada);
204-983-3500 or 506-636-5064
(outside Canada); www.cbsa-asfc.
gc.ca/menu-eng.html
Road conditions and traffic
information:
866-282-7578; 511 from any phone
www.511maine.gov
STATE VISITOR
INFORMATION
CENTERS
Calais*
39 Union Street
tel 454-2211; fax 454-7227
Fryeburg*
97 Main Street
tel 935-3639; fax 935-7670
Hampden North*
I-95 North Mile Marker 175
tel 862-6628; fax 862-6629
Hampden South
I-95 South Mile Marker 179
tel 862-6638; fax 862-6626
Houlton*
28 Ludlow Road, I-95 Exit 302
tel 532-6346; fax 532-4792
Kittery*
I-95 and U.S. Rt. 1
tel 439-1319; fax 439-8281
West Gardiner*
I-95 No. Exit 102 + So. Exit 103;
I-295 Exit 51
tel/fax 582-0160
Yarmouth*
1100 U.S. Rt. 1 at I-295 Exit 17
tel 846-0833; fax 846-6919
*Free Wi-Fi
OTHER
IMPORTANT
INFORMATION
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not transport or cause to be
transported malt liquor or wine
into the State in a quantity
greater than 3 gallons for malt
liquor or 4 quarts for wine, unless
it was legally purchased in the
State.
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may transport into the State
and may transport from place to
place within the State spirits for
the individual’s personal use in a
quantity not greater than 4 quarts.
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state parks and historic sites.
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motor vehicle by the operator or
a passenger when a person under
16 years of age is present. The
fine is $50.
Area code in Maine is (207).
The following information was correct as of November 1, 2011, but is subject to
change. For the most current information when planning your Maine vacation,
call the numbers listed or check the Web sites, or go to www.visitmaine.com,
www.mainetourism.com and www.exploremaine.org.
Statewide
Information
Top. Visitor Information
Center.
The Maine Legislature has banned all out-of-state firewood.
Out-of-state firewood can bring harmful insects
and diseases that can destroy Maine forests.
Buy it where you burn it -
don’t give bugs a free ride!
For more information, go to
www.maine.gov/firewood
or call (207) 287-2791
Pack marshmallows.
Not firewood.
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fddleheads gathered from the riverbanks, or the
fick of a fy rod on opening day, spring is a time
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hatever your taste, a trip to Maine is a recipe for fun with more
than enough variety to satisfy all. From days relaxing on a
sandy beach, oceanside or by a sparkling lake, to afternoons of golfng,
sailing or biking, there’s a reason Maine is known as “Vacationland.”
And don’t miss Maine’s summer festivals that celebrate everything
from lobster to music to potatoes and balloons!
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hile the landscape warms to spectacular foliage from the
north woods to the craggy coastline, the farmers’ markets
and county fairs celebrate Maine’s rural traditions. Fall is ideal
for hiking, bike touring and ATV riding throughout the state. No
wonder more people are discovering the pleasure of fall in Maine.
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his winter, experience more magical moments
in Maine. Our mountain resorts offer skiers
and boarders some of the best skiing in the East.
Snowmobilers have thousands of miles of groomed trails
to explore and there’s snowshoeing, skating, ice fshing
and so much more. You’ll warm up in Maine’s award-
winning restaurants and relaxing inns and spas.
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It is just off Deer Isle that I truly feel I
have found the ghost of his route. There
it is, just as he described it. A green and
white suspension bridge “as high-arched
as a rainbow.” It rises, carrying Route 15
over from the mainland, before dropping
it onto the leafy outpost beyond. And I pull
over to gaze at “an island that nestles like
a suckling against the breast of Maine” –
and wonder again at the power of words
that can echo across half a century.
These lines were penned by the great
American writer John Steinbeck during
his 10,000-mile road trip around America
in 1960, and published
in 1962 in his memoir of
the jaunt, Travels With
Charley (Charley being
the loyal pet poodle
who came along for
company).
A still-fery 58 years
old, the legendary author
of East Of Eden and Of
Mice And Men undertook
his grand journey in a
bid to reconnect with
a country that, as he
neared his dotage, he felt
he had lost touch with.
And he did not always
like what he discovered.
He struggled to recognize
his native California,
and was unimpressed
by the brashness he
encountered in Texas.
But New England seemed to charm him –
and Maine in particular.
Though fve decades have passed,
Steinbeck’s precise route is still openly
visible in the detail he recorded in the
pages of Travels With Charley. And so
is the time of year that he drove it. He
barrelled along the highways of New
England just as fall was coming into
focus, seeking that fabled place where
“the trees burst into color... reds and
yellows you can’t believe.” If you want to
follow in his tire tracks, now is the perfect
season to do it.
My own retracing of Steinbeck’s New
England odyssey begins – as his did – in
the Connecticut port of New London,
where the ferry from his home on Long
Island docked. From there, I cut north,
through the Rhode Island capital of
Providence and the southern fanks of
Massachusetts, before
spearing up into Maine –
arriving from New Hamp-
shire via the I-95 and the
arcing Piscataqua River
Bridge – and pausing for
the night in Bangor.
Here, a statue of Paul
Bunyan greets me as
I leave the Interstate,
this mythological giant
lumberjack of North
America holding his axe
in sturdy fashion. And
though Steinbeck found
noisy turmoil in this
onetime lumber city –
bemoaning its “traffc and
trucks, horns blaring and
lights changing” – I fnd
culinary comforts and
pumpkin ale at the Sea
Dog restaurant, eating
citrus-glazed salmon as the light fades on
the Penobscot River outside.
Next morning, Route 15 leads me
south towards Deer Isle, the island that
seemed to earn Steinbeck’s praise more
than any other location in America. He
halted for lunch in its picturesque main
town of Stonington, declaring Maine’s
lobsters “the best in the world” after
devouring an especially fne specimen of
this spiny crustacean. And so I mimic his
example, chewing on fresh lobster at the
Fisherman’s Friend eatery at the harbour,
before driving back across the Isle,
admiring its white clapboard churches
and rural tranquillity.
Steinbeck headed east from here,
spearing along the broken, rocky
coastline on Route 1 – and I dash along
in his wake: through Sullivan, which has
an exotic past as a 19th century stop on
the steamship route from New York; via
pretty Machias, where a pointed church
steeple jabs at the sky; to West Quoddy
Head, where a working lighthouse, in use
since 1858, marks the easternmost point
of the USA in candy-cane stripes of red
and white.
This is an indication that I have
reached a corner. Canada looms large in
the windshield, and like Steinbeck before
me, I turn north, chasing the writer’s
scent. Steinbeck was determined to visit
Aroostook County, that almost endless
expanse of northern Maine that, in 1960,
was alive with potato farms and wide felds
of furrowed soil. It still is. As I continue
onwards, clinging to the fowing surface
of Route 1, Russett Burbank and Shepody
potatoes are advertised for sale at the
roadside. And the traffc seems to thin a
little – through Houlton and Presque Isle,
and on to Madawaska, where a billboard
greets me with the news that I have
reached ‘The most north-eastern town of
the United States.’
Just beyond, Route 1 fnally gasps its
last breath, and with nowhere else to go
(except over the border), I spin the car
And the traffc
seems to thin a
little – through
Houlton and
Presque Isle, and
on to Madawaska,
where a billboard
greets me with the
news that I have
reached ‘The most
north-eastern
town of the
United States.’
By Chris Leadbeater
Traveling in Maine
in John Steinbeck’s Path
Continued on page 28.
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Ask someone “from away” what they picture when you say
“Maine,” and they’ll name the usual suspects: Lobsters.
Lighthouses. Blueberries. Moose. Rocky cliffs that plunge to
the sea. Bet you a bottle of Moxie (Maine’s offcial beverage)
that nobody says “beaches”!
It may be the state’s best-kept secret, but the southerly
portion of Maine’s 5,500-mile coastline boasts some lovely
sandy beaches—30 miles’ worth, in fact. Not pebbles—we’re
talking actual sand. The little beach towns that surround
them are worthy of discovery, too. It feels like time has stood
still here, where an antique taffy puller still makes sticky
sweets, kids stuff soggy dollar bills into arcade games on
a century-old pier, and actors hit the boards at one of the
longest-running playhouses in the country.
Charmingly low-key, the towns of York, Ogunquit, and
Old Orchard Beach are loaded with retro appeal. Simple
pleasures abound here—and what could be simpler than
running along a sun-warmed beach into the chilling surf?
Here’s a look at what sets these historic beach towns apart.
York: For Beach Bums and History Buffs
America’s oldest chartered city (1641), York is actually four
towns (York Village, York Harbor, York Beach, and Cape
Neddick), collectively known as The Yorks. Check out 300-
plus years of New England history at the Museums of Old
York, a living history museum set in nine buildings, open
seasonally. The most intriguing of these is the dungeon-like
Old Gaol (c. 1719), America’s oldest jailhouse.
You’ve probably seen pictures of the area’s most famous
historic site: Cape Neddick “Nubble” Light, a lighthouse that
sits on a small, rocky islet. This 1879 beacon is one of the
most-photographed lighthouses in the U.S. (Drive to Sohier
Park for an excellent vantage point.)
Now, about that beach (or two): Long Sands Beach is a
luscious two-mile stretch of pale sand and decent surf. Short
Sands Beach has an amusement-park feel, with a carousel,
an arcade, and a famous (historic!) candy shop, the Golden-
rod (c. 1896), where an ancient machine twists and turns taffy,
and kids fll up bags with loose candy. www.oldyork.org.
Ogunquit: Artists and Inspiration
Home to galleries galore, Ogunquit has reigned as an art
colony since 1888, when Bostonian Charles Woodbury frst
encountered the scenic inlet of sailing dories and weathered
fsh shacks and deemed it “an artist’s paradise.” He opened
an art school amid the fshermen’s shacks, attracting mostly
Maine Beaches
Offer Sun, Sand
and Storied Pasts
By Diane Bair
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Left. Path to Ogunquit Beach. Right. Old Orchard Beach
with Palace Playland in background.
young female students who wandered the beach with easels
and parasols and painted post-Impressionistic beach scenes.
(Locals dubbed them “the Virginal Wayfarers.”) The town’s
reputation grew into the 20th century when Henry Strater, a
contemporary of Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald,
founded the Ogunquit Museum of American Art. Artists
who have lived or summered in Ogunquit include Edward
Hopper, Peggy Bacon, and Walt Kuhn.
Ogunquit remains a gallery-hopper’s delight. Come
nightfall, take in a show at the Ogunquit Playhouse, one of
the longest-running repertory companies in the country and
the hottest ticket in town.
So how’s the beach? One of the best in New England,
according to New England Cable News (and many others)!
The 3 ½-mile stretch of sand is maintained as a public park,
accessible at three points, but the sweetest approach is via
Ocean Street, over an arched pedestrian footbridge. www.
ogunquit.org.
Old Orchard Beach:
Still Rocking After All these Years
With seven miles of gorgeous sandy beach, Old Orchard
Beach was a resort waiting to happen—and it did, way back
in 1837, when E.C. Staples began taking in summer boarders
at his farmhouse for a buck ffty a week! The tourism ball was
rolling. In 1851, the frst restaurant to sell “shore dinners”
opened, and two years later, the Grand Trunk Railroad
connected Montreal to Old Orchard Beach. Canadian visitors
discovered the town, and began an international love affair
that continues to this day.
The beachfront has had a pier for more than a century,
along with amusement rides, games, refreshments, and a
lively vibe (with a bit of extra excitement in 1910 when a
100-mile, international auto race was held on the beach!)
During the Big Band era of the 1920s and ‘30s, famous dance
bands played the Pier Casino, including Duke Ellington and
Guy Lombardo, while starry-eyed couples danced above the
sea (and under a revolving crystal ball.)
The party is still going on, during Maine’s amazingly
sweet summer season. And the beach—and that 500-foot
pier—is every bit as alluring as it was back in the day. Ask
any of the families who’ve been coming back for generations.
www.oldorchardbeachmaine.com.
There you have it, the inside scoop on one of Maine’s
best-kept secrets: those luscious sandy beaches. Now if we
could only fgure out the mysterious appeal of Moxie!
More historic tidbits about Maine beach towns
- Vost of the prlsoners ln York's 0ld Caol were stuck ln the two-
room dungeon for smalllsh crlmes, llke slander, petty theft,
or drunkenness. (lard-core crlmlnals were hanged at nearby
Stage Neck, or put ln stocks or whlpped publlcly outslde the
Caol.)
- lnsplred by Charles llndbergh, darlng pllots used the hard-
packed sand of 0ld 0rchard ßeach to launch thelr own Jrans-
Atlantlc crosslngs.
- Jhe renowned 0gunqult Playhouse held lts hrst show ln a
garage ln town square durlng the summer of 1933.
- Pulltzer Prlze-wlnnlng author ßooth Jarklngton (1869-1946)
spent much of hls llfe ln Kennebunkport, where he often
wrote aboard hls schooner, Reglna. After hls death, Reglna
was towed out to sea and sunk. Jarklngton's boathouse, "Jhe
lloats,' now houses the Kennebunkport Varlne Vuseum.
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Traveling in Maine
in John Steinbeck’s Path
Continued from page 22.
The Maine Art Museum Trail takes you to seven of
Maine’s leading art museums located throughout the
state. The seven museums are Bates College Museum
of Art in Lewiston, Bowdoin College Museum of Art in
Brunswick, Colby College Museum of Art in Waterville,
The Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Ogunquit
Museum of American Art, The Portland Museum of
Art and the University of Maine’s Museum of Art in
Bangor.
Created in 1997, the Art Museum Trail allows
visitors to explore these diverse communities and
enjoy a broad variety of art – from contemporary
to antique. Paintings, sculptures, photography, craft
and fber art, furniture, and installations are all a
part of this unique tour. The museums’ permanent
collections include masterpieces by European artists
such as Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Mary
Cassatt and Pablo Picasso and many artists who have
summered or worked in Maine, such as Marsden
Hartley, John Marin, Rockwell Kent, Louise Nevelson,
Fairfeld Porter, and Alex Katz. Maine has long been a
destination for artists and the Art Trail demonstrates
the rich history of artists’ love for this state and the
infuence Maine’s natural beauty has had on their
work over the centuries.
All within a day’s drive of each other, the seven
museum communities offer comfortable inns and
hotels, inviting restaurants, and vibrant cultural
attractions ranging from dance festivals and flm
series to historic neighborhoods
and lively shops and galleries.
And, as you travel throughout
the state, you will see the pine
covered mountains, rocky
coastline, and sparkling rivers
and lakes that still inspire
artists to this day.
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Bunyan statue, Bangor.
south. And Route 11 cracks a smile, its
edges embraced by glorious swathes of
fall colour – past Eagle Lake, where this
paintbox splendour is refected in the
surface of the water, and down through
tiny Shin Pond into Baxter State Park.
Steinbeck did not stop in this wilderness
enclave, fearing that he was behind
schedule – and expressed regret at missing
it. As I round a curve on the bumpy trail
that pierces the park, and lock eyes with a
huge deer – a majestic moment where this
noble beast stares back, fearless – I am
glad I veered (briefy) from the author’s
itinerary.
I rejoin him on the road back to
Bangor, knowing that we are nearing the
conclusion of our virtual journey together.
Route 2 carries us west towards the
state line – from where Steinbeck rolled
through New Hampshire and Vermont,
and out into New York State.
But before we go our separate ways,
there is a last outbreak of Maine magic.
On the very cusp of New Hampshire, the
little town of Mexico strikes a happy note
of incongruity, its name redolent of deserts
and tequila, not orange and yellow foliage.
But fall is here nonetheless. And after all
my miles behind the wheel, it looks more
spectacular than ever.
Top Right. Exhibits at the
Farnsworth Art Museum,
Rockland. Bottom. The Maine
Art Museum Trail brochure.

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Maine’s
Lighthouses
Point the Way
By Bob Trapani, Jr.

visit to the Maine coast is always an
unforgettable experience – a place
where lighthouses often times make an
indelible mark on our memories with their one-
of-a-kind charm and stirring sense of place.
Like dear friends leaving a light on for
our anticipated welcome or return visit, the
lighthouse – 65 in all along the Maine coast,
points the way to paths of unsurpassed
natural beauty and soul-satisfying fun just
waiting to be discovered and enjoyed by you!
Many of us are familiar with the purpose
of a lighthouse. We know that lighthouses
were built to warn mariners of the dangers
along the coast, and that they have done
so admirably as far back as 1791 with the
construction of Maine’s oldest light station at
Portland Head.
We may also be aware of the amazing
human interest stories associated with
lighthouses. For nearly two centuries,
lighthouse keepers and their families made
untold sacrifces and endured isolation,
loneliness and the ravages of the sea – all to
safeguard their fellow man by keeping the
lights shining bright.
But lest we think lighthouses are solely
for the seafarer or antiquated icons from
another time and place, think again.
Maine’s lighthouses indeed still guide
those who go down to the sea, but these
friendly edifces have also found a way into
the hearts and souls of countless people from
all over the country – and throughout the
world for that matter, by beckoning us with
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Top. Spring Point Light.
Bottom. Doubling Point Light.
See list on page 168.
an irresistible charm that invariably sweetens
the memory of any visit to the coast.
There is a secret every lighthouse holds
near – one that is found only on the whisper
of the winds and within the rhythmic fow of
the tides.
If we listen and look carefully, the secret
reveals itself as one that certainly shows
the lighthouse as crown jewels of the Maine
coast, but also whose realm of beauty is not
just confned to the stately presence of these
distinctive sentinels.
Ascend high atop Maine’s lighthouses or
linger in their shadows at water’s edge and
the answer suddenly crystallizes. Lighthouses
preside over some of the most spectacular
coastal locations the state has to offer –
stunning scenes that speak to our innermost
emotions in a most profound and lasting
manner.
Such pure Maine scenes encompass
stretches of glistening beaches laden with
sparkling sands or innumerable polished
pebbles, as well as fascinating nooks and
crannies along a rocky coastline that can
extend as far as the eye can see where land
meets sea.
Groves of spruces and pines, fora, islands
of intrigue, fauna, and beautiful seabirds –
many which thrive in these sensitive areas
thanks to a commitment to their protection,
add their own novel accent to the Maine
seascape.
And of course, there is the sea itself,
which never changes – and never fails to stir
our imaginations. There too is the heartbeat
of every coastal community – its working
waterfront where lobster, fsh and deep
traditions are landed and defne a way of life.
Punctuating this breathtaking beauty in
distinctive style is the Maine lighthouse.
The personality of a lighthouse, which
is defned by its shape, daymark and
surroundings, varies like the countless
visitors who admire its likeness. Yet for all of
the uniqueness of a lighthouse, there is one
constant – their sense of allurement.
We fnd ourselves drawn to them time and
again whether we vacation or reside in Maine.
These beacons help defne the Maine coast
as a must-see destination, spawn feelings of
romance and mystery and inspire a plethora
of cultural pursuits from the arts to literature.
It’s no wonder we love lighthouses, for they
represent so much of what we appreciate and
enjoy about the Maine coast, its communities
and the warm people who thrive within them.
So how can you more than just admire a
lighthouse from a distance?
There are many ways to enjoy Maine’s
lighthouses, from sites where you can explore
the grounds around a lighthouse, to those that
even have charming museums that share local
history. There are also a number of charter
boats offering tours that allow you a chance
to see lighthouses as the mariner views
them – from the water; which is a fascinating
perspective that must be experienced.
At various times throughout the year
visitors can also climb some of the towers
as well, thanks to the dedicated efforts of
nonproft lighthouse groups, as well as local
and state government entities.
If this wasn’t enticing enough, on one
special day each September, Maine Open
Lighthouse Day offers visitors a chance to climb
over two dozen lighthouses from Downeast to
the Maine’s southern shores during the largest
event of its kind in the nation.
So go ahead, from West Quoddy Head to
Pemaquid Point, and Portland Head to Cape
Neddick, plan to visit as many of Maine’s
lighthouses as possible on your next trip and
see the coast of Maine in a brighter “light” as
these beacons point the way to beauty and
exciting adventures the whole family will enjoy.
Rest assured – Maine’s lighthouses and
our coastal communities will “leave the light
on” for you!
For more information on Maine
lighthouses, go to http://www.visitmaine.com/
attractions/sightseeing_tours/lighthouse/
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at Lobstering
A
Historical
Look
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By Pamela Wright
I
stood on the dock at dawn, watching the sun break the
horizon, sending soft shards of light through a lifting
fog. The air was cool and damp and pungent with the
briny smell of the sea. A lobster fsherman, dressed in
chest-high rubber overalls and oversized boots, picked up
bait from a weathered, cedar-shingled shack. I watched as
he shoved off from the wooden wharf and slowly motored
out of the rock-lined cove, snaking around empty moorings
and seaweed-covered ledges. Seagulls and diving terns
followed in his wake.
It’s a scene played out in the scores of fshing villages
that are nestled at the end of fnger-like peninsulas, along
Maine’s 5,500-mile coastline. But it’s not just fodder for
pretty postcards and scenic calendars. Lobstering is the
lifeblood and livelihood of coastal Maine, as it has been for
more than 200 years.
For me, fresh lobster steamed in salty, seaweed water
and dipped in hot butter, deserves last-meal status. So,
it’s hard to imagine that Homarus americanus (that’s the
scientifc name for Maine lobster) was once considered
poor-man’s fare. During Colonial times, prisoners and
indentured servants rebelled against being served too
much crustacean! Native Americans and early settlers used
lobster as fertilizer and bait. Until the early 1700s, lobsters
were snatched from the sea by hand, or gathered from the
beach where they washed ashore by the hundreds.
But by early- to mid-1800s, the lowly crustacean had
gained higher status and Maine’s lobster trapping industry
began in earnest. Lobstermen would now haul in their catch
in wooden lathe traps and deposit them on smacks. Smacks
were small sailboats that contained seawater wells to house
and transport trapped lobsters.
During the 1870s, the frst laws were passed banning the
taking of egg-bearing female lobsters and setting minimum
size requirements. And, by the early 1900s, engines had
replaced sails and oars and land-based lobster pounds (the
frst pound was founded in 1875 on the island of Vinalhaven)
were taking the place of traveling smacks.
Anyone who’s been around Maine’s coastal fshing
communities knows that lobstermen are notoriously
territorial. It goes way back. In 1828, Maine banned
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32 Left. Children with Maine lobsters.
32 Right. A lobsterman setting his traps.
34. Lobsterman Curt Brown.
Like most Maine lobstermen and women, Curt Brown grew
up around the business. He was raised in Cape Elizabeth, where
his father and uncle, though not commercial lobster fshermen,
had a skiff and a few traps. Curt got hooked at an early age.
“As a little boy, I’d go out with them. When we pulled up the
traps, we never knew what was going to be in them” he says. “It
was kind of magical.”
When he got a little older, he bought his own skiff and a few
traps, and then he got a bigger boat and more traps. “I guess it
spiraled from there,” he jokes.
Today, Curt fshes 500 traps out of Cape Elizabeth, and while
his routine is the same, every day is an adventure. “I still never
know what’s coming up in the next trap,” he says.
Curt’s day begins at 4 a.m. when the alarm goes off. He picks
up his sternman on the way to the wharf. He checks the boat,
warms up the engines and putters to pick up bait—usually
herring or redfsh—at a pound located just a few wharves down.
It’s a 15- to 20-minute ride through Casco Bay and around the
Portland Headlight to his frst set of traps. “Not a bad commute!”
he says.
The rope goes in the hauler and the frst trap is hauled in.
From there, it’s pretty much working buoy to buoy until 2 or 3
in the afternoon. He hopes there are lobsters in the traps—lots
of them—but sometimes there are none, or he fnds “all kinds
of other critters.” Once, he hauled up a 1500-pound rock.
“The unpredictability of it is what drives people into the
business,” he says. “It’s the good part
and the bad part.”
Curt admits lobstering for a
living is hard work and often dan-
gerous. Six years ago, he fipped
his boat and says, “I almost didn’t
make it home that day.”
A strong independent streak
runs through the blood of
most lobstermen and adds
to the lure of the business
and the romanticism
that surrounds it.
There are no bosses
and no guaranteed
paychecks.
“I like being
independent,” he says.
“What you make is a
direct result of the hard
work you do. When you
come home at the end of a
good day, you know you’ve
earned it. It’s because you
worked hard and made it
happen.
And for Curt, it’s still a
little magical.
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out-of-state lobster fshermen (Maine
reintroduced the non-resident lobster
permit in recent years). Today, Maine is
divided into seven lobstering regions;
each local region governs the territory in
partnership with the state, setting limits
on traps, slowing the infux of new licenses
and schedules.
Offcially, if you want to be a
lobsterman, you decide on a zone, fnd a
captain to sponsor you while you complete
your apprentice time, usually working as a
sternman. Unoffcially, you pay your dues.
“There’s no fast-track to lobstering,”
says Curt Brown, a lobster fsherman
from Cape Elizabeth, Maine. “You have to
grow up around it, learn how the industry
works. You have to know the rules, gain the
respect of the older guys over time.”
Current commercial lobster boats
have hydraulic lifts, faster engines, state-
of-the-art electronics and advanced GPS
units; wire mesh traps are lighter and
more durable, meaning fewer repairs and
longer time in the water. But the nature of
the business hasn’t changed that much.
“Lobstering is hard work,” says Don
Perkins, president of the Gulf of Maine
Institute. “It was hard when they were
trapping out of a rowboat and it’s hard
when they’re fshing several hundred
traps in a new vessel.
“Lobstermen are not lazy. When
technology helps them, they don’t back off;
they fsh more.”
Maine remains the biggest producer
of lobster in the nation and most are
still trapped inshore by individual boat
owners.
I watched as the lobster boat
disappeared from view. How many traps
will he haul in today, I wondered? How
many lobsters will he bring back? One
thing I knew for sure: I’d be sitting at the
nearby seafood shack that evening, wiping
butter off my chin and raising a glass to
the hard-working lot of them.

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Thirty minutes into what I had
expected would be a world-class
day of fy fshing for smallmouth
bass on a remote Down East lake, I
snapped the tip off my favorite fy rod.
But my devastation soon turned to
astonishment and then to exhilaration
when my Maine Professional Guide
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blowtorch, and welded the tip right
back on. Ten years later I’m still fshing
with that rod.
I’ve enjoyed some amazing
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I’ve hunted with some of the
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days birdwatching with Maine’s top
birding guide both on the ocean and
in the north woods.
Since Cornelia “Fly Rod” Crosby
was awarded the frst guide’s license in
1898 (yes, our frst guide was a woman
and many of today’s fnest guides are
women), Maine guides have been
available for every outdoor activity.
I value their services, even though
I am a very experienced outdoorsman,
because I always learn something from
them, maximize the use of my time,
get into places I wouldn’t normally
go, enjoy the convenience of having
them do all the work and provide all
the equipment, and let’s be honest
here, I like to be pampered. And after
hunting and fshing all over North
America, I can report frst hand that
Maine guides give you the most value
for your money.
I like to combine time with a
Maine guide with time at a traditional
Maine sporting camp. For more than
150 years, our state’s sporting camps
have earned a reputation for comfort,
quality, and the outdoor experience.
It’s all about location, location, location,
and Maine’s sporting camps are located
in jaw-dropping beautiful places.
By George Smith
Continued on page 38.
Field & Stream magazine and Trout
Unlimited have named Maine’s North
Woods one of six 2011 “Best Wild Places”
in America for hunting and fshing.
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Don Kleiner of Union is a full-time professional Maine guide.
He’ll tell you that. But he’s also the executive director of the
Maine Professional Guides Association, teaches a seminar on
how to run a successful guiding business, and serves on the board
of the Maine Tourism Association that he chaired the past two
years. At one time he won awards as the Director of Information
and Education for Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries and
Wildlife. Today he wins awards for excellence in guiding.
A jocular man with a great sense of humor, Don’s eyes light up
telling me about his specialty. “I focus on families and beginners
because everything is new and special to them from the life cycle
of damsel fies to seeing a muskrat for the frst time, which in
truth adds to my enjoyment of the day,” he said.
“I am convinced that most people do not know how great the
opportunities to enjoy the outdoors are,” he reported. “I want
them to think about the environment when they make every day
decisions and the frst step in that direction is being familiar with
what is out there.”
His near-the-coast location gives him the chance to offer both
inland and coastal trips to fsh, explore nature, canoe, bird watch,
snowshoe, and in his words, “enjoy Maine’s amazing diversity of
environments, critters and places.”
In our last conversation for this profle, Don reported, “Today
I had kids catch mackerel among the offshore islands, stripers in
the river and perch on one of the ponds. My clients saw harbor
porpoises, seals, eagles, ospreys, peregrine
falcons and a couple of muskrats – all in
the last 12 hours on two different trips
less than 20 miles apart and never
more than a mile or two from a paved
road. Simply amazing.”
When I asked him for a favorite
story, he told me about a family that
fshed with him last summer. “The little
girl of four was very unsure about
all of it when we started that
foggy morning,” he said. “After
a morning of fshing for perch
and seeing loons, otters,
and eagles, when I said
it was time to go, she
burst into tears and
told her parents in no
uncertain terms that
she was not leaving.
That certainly made
my summer!”
Don Kleiner
is a full-time
guide. And
a lot
more.
Sporting Camps and Professional
Guides Are a Maine Tradition
Continued from page 37.
Camp cooks also know that food
comes frst with many guests, and
those cooks have taken traditional
camp cooking to a much higher level.
These days camps go from rustic
(there is something oddly satisfying
about the outhouse experience) to
luxurious. Of course, my wife Linda
and I prefer the luxurious, especially
when the cabins include hot showers
and indoor plumbing – and many do
these days.
Sporting camps have also advanced
well beyond the traditional activities
of hunting and fshing, to offer an
amazing array of outdoor experiences
from mushroom picking to children’s
activities. There is something very
special about seeing the wonder in
your child’s face when he or she picks
up a salamander or sees a moose for
the frst time.
And some camps these days
stay open through the winter to
cater to Maine’s large contingent of
snowmobilers. Personally, I think it’s
hard to beat the experience of sitting
in a rocking chair on the porch of
your cabin, looking at the astonishing
beauty of a hardwood ridge dressed in
fall foliage.
If you are a tourist and want to
disguise yourself as a native, simply
refer to your lodging as a camp, not a
cabin. But whether you are a tourist or
a Maine resident, a day with a Maine
guide is the fnest kind of outdoor
experience. A few days in a Maine
sporting camp will be something you’ll
never forget.
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Farms, Food, and
Fiber ArtsBy Karen Hammond
Weave Your Way to
F
rom beadwork and braiding to sewing,
knitting, lace work and weaving, fber
arts are an exciting way to combine
a personal interest with a vacation in Maine.
You’ll be in good company, because fber arts
have long been part of Maine’s cultural life,
from warm sweaters knitted to ward off winter’s
chill to beautiful hooked or braided rugs made
from scrap cloth by thrifty New Englanders.
Perhaps you’ll relax and work on your own
favorite project at the beach or in a shady park,
stay overnight at a farm inn where friendly
sheep in the meadow are the source of wool
for your next creation, visit farms that are also
home to wineries, or enjoy sumptuous meals
of locally produced foods. Along the way you’re
sure to meet others who share your interests.
A good frst stop is the Maine Fiberarts
Visitor Center in Topsham for information
about workshops and farm and fber events.
You might want to join in their popular “Fiber
Fridays,” when like-minded fber artists get
together, held on the frst Friday of the month
from 10 a.m. to noon.
Maine farms and fber arts are natural
companions, with many farms welcoming
guests for overnight visits. Maple Hill Farm
Bed & Breakfast Inn in Hallowell is the
recipient of the frst “Environmental Leader”
Green Lodging Inn Certifcation by the Maine
Department of Environmental Protection. The
inn has solar electric and hot water systems
and a wind turbine and is home to sheep raised
for their wool, llamas, a goat, a pony, dozens of
chickens, and wildlife including deer and an
occasional moose. Perhaps you’ll decide to run
or walk on the inn’s 130 acres of trails or simply
sit and knit beneath 100-year-old maple trees,
comfortable in the fact that you’re enjoying a
very “green” vacation.
You’ll feel yourself transported to another
time if you decide to stay at tranquil Morrill
Farm B&B in Sumner. Nestled on 217 acres,
the farm has a wood cook stove in the kitchen
and an old-fashioned working Victrola in the
living room. Breakfast always includes eggs
from the farm’s chickens, and you’ll enjoy
visiting other farm animals, including Lucky,
the Belgian workhorse. And while you’re here
in the beautiful foothills of Maine’s western
mountains, be sure to plan a stop at nearby
A Wrinkle in Thyme Farm in Sumner, one of
many farms that welcome visitors to their farm
stores or classes. The owners raise Finn sheep,
prized for their soft hair, as well as angora goats
and other animals. If you enjoy—or simply
want to learn about—needle felting,
this is the place to be. The owners offer
classes in felting and other fber arts and
sell an assortment of kits and supplies.
There’s almost always something going on at A
Wrinkle in Thyme.
If your travels bring you to the Turner
area, stop by Nezinscot Farm to buy wonderful
yarns spun from the wool of their sheep and
angora goats, hearty, rustic loaves of bread,
home-canned produce, and farm-raised meats.
Have breakfast or lunch in the farm
café, which offers interesting choices
for everyone, including vegetarians
and vegans. Or, if you fnd yourself
in Penobscot County, visit the Pygora
goats and miniature Cheviot sheep at
Wandering Moose Fiber Farm in Argyle
Township. These are but a sampling of
the many wonderful farms open to the
public that you’ll discover on a journey
through Maine.
Good wines and fne dining can
be part of your experience, too. You
might begin your evening with a wine
tasting at one of the many stops along
the Maine Wine Trail, some of which
combine working farms with wineries.
At Breakwater Vineyards in Owls Head,
for example, visitors on their way to the
tasting room are greeted by three dairy
goats named Chardonnay, Riesling, and
Pinot Noir. At Sweetgrass Farm Winery
& Distillery in Union, wine tastings are
held in a retail shop housed in the barn.
Along with wine, the shop sells feeces
from the farm’s sheep and Maine-made
items that make lovely gifts.
When it’s time for dinner, Maine
markets and restaurants dish up options
for everyone from locavores, vegetarians,
and vegans to the heartiest meat eaters.
You might put together a light supper of
natural, organic, or locally-sourced foods
to eat in or take out from Rising Tide
Community Market in Damariscotta
or the Blue Hill Co-op and Café in
Blue Hill where you can also admire
changing exhibitions of the work of local
artists and fber arts specialists. Colorful
farmers markets have sprung up all over
the state and are great stops for picking
up fresh, natural, and organic items for
a picnic supper.
Or, dine at one of Maine’s nationally-
renowned fne dining establishments
like Primo in Rockland where much of
the produce, poultry, and meat is raised
organically right on the premises and
the fsh was probably swimming in the
nearby ocean just hours earlier. The
chefs at Arrows in Ogunquit have also
earned accolades as one of the country’s
best restaurants, serving fsh smoked on
site, their own fresh cheeses, and organic
produce, ninety percent of which comes
from the restaurant’s own gardens.
Farms. Fiber Arts. Food. There’s no
better place than Maine to weave three
interests into one memorable vacation.
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40 Top. Jennifer Beaven of Brunswick uses
embroidery in her quilted work. 40 Right &
41 Left. Weaving a scarf on a saori loom.
40 Bottom. Pygora goats. 41 Bottom. Felted,
knitted, embroidered work and handspun yarns.
Photos Courtesy Maine Fiberarts.
www.FeastOnMaine.com
Maine’s online dining guide & mobile app.
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Snowdrops and crocuses poking
through the snow bring the promise
of spring after a long Maine winter.
Followed by early tulips, daffodils,
and the sweet smell of lilacs — many
from old-fashioned bushes that have
bloomed for generations — spring
fowers herald the start of another
growing season at gardens throughout
the state.
Only in Maine can visitors enjoy
the largest botanical garden in New
England at Boothbay’s Coastal Maine
Botanical Gardens; the second garden
cemetery in the country at Mount Hope
Cemetery in Bangor; Kennebunk Free
Library’s unusual and award-winning
Children’s Garden, complete with a
toddler-friendly touch and sniff section;
and, also in Kennebunk, glorious
rhododendrons blooming on a former
estate that is now home to St. Anthony’s
Shrine and Franciscan Monastery.
Throughout the state, watch for
splashes of color in the many pocket
gardens in Maine’s towns and villages,
shade gardens brightening wooded
areas, and perennial gardens tucked
behind or alongside historic inns, many
of which provide memorable backdrops
for Maine weddings.
It’s amazing what Maine’s resolute
professional gardeners can coax into
bloom during our relatively short
growing season. As the weather
warms, watch for lilies of the valley,
iris, delphiniums, peonies, pinks, roses,
hostas, and hydrangeas, among many
other fower varieties. Herb gardens
are growing in popularity, not just for
culinary use but also for their medicinal
benefts. Rockport’s Avena Botanicals
Medicinal Herb Garden blooms all
summer with herbs and fowers with
therapeutic uses, while a carefully
researched herb garden similar to
those planted in the 1700s graces the
Tate House Museum in Portland, on the
National Register of Historic Places.
With the coming of fall, sunfowers,
chrysanthemums, asters, and fowering
cabbage and kale brighten autumn
gardens until the frst frost, cheery
spots of color that rival the scarlet, gold,
and magenta of the maple leaves.
As you explore gardens throughout
the state, you may wonder about the
Maine state fower. In an unusual twist,
you’ll fnd it not in a garden but on a
tree. Biologically a strobilus rather than
a true fower, the pine cone and tassel
of the white pine tree—the largest
conifer in the northeastern US—is
unpretentious, hardy, and enduring,
making it a perfect symbol for Maine.
Photos. Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens.
See list on page 164.
Maine
GardensBy Karen Hammond
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I didn’t have much choice when looking at overnight camps
at the age of nine. My mother, aunt, and cousin all went
to camp in Maine, and that’s where I was going as well; it
was tradition. So the frst time I drove down the pine tree
lined road into camp, it felt like home. My overnight camp
experience in Maine helped me to become the woman I am
today. Over twenty years after leaving camp, I still yearn for
the sounds of the loon, the invigorating swims in the lake,
the mountain climbing adventures and so much more.
Lucky for me I have been able to travel back to Maine
many times since leaving camp. A few of my favorite
trips were when my family and I spent a week at the
incredible resort, Quisisana on Lake Kezar. Another was
when my husband and I went with three other couples
to Kennebunkport for July 4th weekend and watched the
freworks from the beach while eating the best lobster rolls
in the country! There is no comparison when you hear me
talk about my camp experience in Maine versus my friends
who went to camp elsewhere. My face lights up and a
huge smile takes over because the time I spent in the most
peaceful, beautiful state in the country was some of the best
time of my life.
Here are some Maine Camp alumni who share in my
sentiments.
Lisa recalls: Camp
in Maine… some of the
fondest memories of
my life. There was no
question I would send
my daughter to the Promised Land! The natural beauty, the
clear lake, sailing a sunfsh, tipping your canoe, learning to
water ski for the frst time…I wouldn’t want to be anywhere
else. My mother, sister and 11 year old daughter in her 4th
year wouldn’t have it any other way!
Carla says: I am alumni of a Maine camp and a parent
of a current camper. I attended three camps in Maine during
my childhood, all of which offered me the opportunity to
“fnd myself”. Having the freedom to experience the summer
away from my parents and away from the academic and
social pressures of the school year always afforded me the
chance to meet people I would not have otherwise met and
in doing so, to defne for myself what was important to me
in a friendship and in myself.
Alex says: I spent 18 summers at Camp in Maine.
Seven of those years were as a camper and 11 were as a
counselor and head counselor, all at the same boy’s camp.
My memories are of friendships that are still alive and
well today. Furthermore, I spent time in one of the most
beautiful places in the U.S. Camp for me was a place where
all of my everyday concerns were put on hold and time
was well spent learning and teaching. I look forward to the
day when my two girls can have the same experiences at a
Maine girl’s camp and when my son can attend the camp
I went to. Hopefully their camps will give to them what
camp in Maine has given and continues to give me.
Victor reminisces: For 34 years, Maine has made an
indelible impression on my family’s heart; so many positive
experiences and happy memories that we cherish for the
rest of our lives. Having the privilege of calling my Maine
camp my home for eight summers still remains the greatest
experience. Now, nothing gives me greater joy than watching
both of my sons share the same camp experience. Nowhere
else but Maine can you compete on the athletic felds in
the morning, swim in the crystal clear waters of a glacier
lake in the afternoon, whitewater raft down the Kennebec
River the next day and watch moose graze on your way to
the summit of Mt. Katahdin. As a parent, the highlight of
my summer every year is visiting my kids at camp in Maine.
Starting off our trip in the coastal town of Kennebunkport
on our way through Portland to the Sebago Lakes region,
brings back all of the happiest memories of my childhood.
These camps build more than just muscle. They are founded
on rock solid principles that build character, self-esteem
and relationships that will last a lifetime. The greatest gift
anyone can give to their child is the experience of attending
a Maine camp.
Lesley remembers: From a very young age I learned
the special scents of Maine. The clean air, crystal lakes and
aroma of pine always brings me back to thoughts of Maine.
I feel fortunate enough to have spent almost every summer
of my childhood in Maine. First with my family and then;
as a camper. As a parent I know now what a beautiful gift
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A Lifetime of Memories
By Danielle Elon Feigenbaum
my parents gave to me by sending me
to camp in Maine. They allowed me to
experience a summer camp where I
gained independence and confdence...
not to mention the lifelong friends and
a love for summers in Maine. So how
has Maine impacted my life? Here
are a few ways… I spend my birthday
every year in Maine having a lobster
or lobster roll at Barnacle Billy’s in
Ogunquit. I can get lobster in Boston;
it’s just not the same. It always tastes
better in Maine. When we started to
look at camps for our daughter, one
of the most important things was the
location; it had to be in Maine. Each
summer I have to get my Maine fx.
Including visiting day, we try to get to
Maine at least three or four times just
to live the experience. As a camper in
Maine I cried twice a summer. Once
when my parents arrived, I was so happy to see them. The second time was when
I left camp. As a matter of fact, just thinking of leaving camp brings tears to my
eyes today.
Going to camp in Maine was an experience I will hold close to my heart,
forever. To this day, Maine remains one of my favorite places to travel. I plan on
making many trips back and look forward to the day when my daughter can have
the same experience at overnight camp as I did.
For more information and to read heartfelt testimonials from former campers,
current camp parents and staff, please visit www.MaineCampExperience.com.
The Maine Camp Experience is an informational-based resource and website
to help parents explore the
culture and offerings in Maine,
as well as learn more about
the best sleep-away camps
in what is touted as the “most
peaceful state” in the country.
In addition, the Maine
Youth Camping Foundation’s
website, www.mainecamps.org
is a resource for campers and
their parents.
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ach time Bob Peixotto, Chief
Operations Offcer of L.L. Bean,
reaches the shoulders of Mount
Katahdin, he looks out on the vast tracts
of wilderness and wonders – How could
someone buy this?
“I’ve hiked all over the east coast, and for
me Baxter State Park and Mount Katahdin
stand apart in terms of its ruggedness and
the wildness of its territory. That it exists
in a ‘forever wild state’ thanks to the vision
and investment of one man makes it all that
much more remarkable.”
Baxter State Park occupies a 209,501-
acre swath of north central Maine. Once the
domain of the Wabanaki Native American
tribe, moose and the Great Northern Paper
Company, the region’s mountains, lakes and
possibilities for nature loving frst came to
the attention of Percival Baxter in 1903
during a fshing trip. Baxter, a scion of a
wealthy Portland family, was taken with the
area’s beauty and utter wildness. In 1930,
cash poor Great Northern Paper Company
agreed to sell Baxter the 6,000 acres of
land that included Mount Katahdin, for
$25,000. Baxter in turn deeded this land to
the state of Maine, with the proviso that the
land “shall forever be used for public park
and recreational purposes, shall be forever
left in the natural wild state, shall forever
be kept as a sanctuary for wild beasts
and birds, that no road or ways for motor
vehicles shall hereafter ever be constructed
thereon or therein.” Over the remainder of
his life, Percival Baxter purchased nearly
200,000 acres more of land west and
north of his original acquisition, deeding
it to the state. Upon his death in 1969,
he bequeathed $7 million for the park’s
ongoing maintenance.
Baxter’s assertion while Governor that
Katahdin would one day be viewed as the
state of Maine’s crowning glory received
a most powerful endorsement a few years
back when L.L. Bean adopted the mountain
as part of its logo.
There are more than 200 miles of trails
in Baxter State Park, and 46 mountain
peaks and ridges in the park’s boundaries;
eighteen peaks exceed 3,000 feet. But for
infrequent visitors and regulars alike, a
visit to Baxter State Park means an ascent
of Mount Katahdin, a 5,267 foot monolith of
pink and white granite, and Maine’s highest
point.
There are several ways to get to the
crest of Katahdin; Bob described his
favorite route.
“After camping at the Chimney Pond
Lean-to, I’ll try to get up as early as I
can, don a headlamp and hit the trail,
which takes you all around the circque of
Katahdin. I like to take the Dudley Trail to
Pomola Peak, and then head across one of
Katahdin’s signature stretches – a ridgeline
called Knife’s Edge. It’s only four feet wide
in places, and the drop is hundreds of feet
in either direction. From there it’s on up to
Baxter Peak. You can see forever from here,
and it’s all wilderness. If you make it up in
the early morning, it’s a magical feeling to
watch the world come to life.
“There’s a plaque at a trailhead to
Katahdin that bears a wonderful quote
from Percival Baxter,” he added. “It goes,
‘Man is born to die. His works are short-
lived. Buildings crumble, monuments decay,
and wealth vanishes, but Katahdin in all its
glory forever shall remain the mountain of
the people of Maine.’”
“When my kids were old enough to
read, I made them memorize this quote.
That’s how much Baxter State Park and
Katahdin means to me.”
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I’ve skied with Santa
and so can you. He may
be a mall staple in most
states during the holidays,
but in Maine he skis and
snowboards. So does Mrs.
Claus, and there’s nothing quite
like cruising among hundreds of
jolly red-suited and bearded Santas
during Sunday River’s annual Santa
Sunday, a fundraiser, and getting on St.
Nick’s good side.
Then there’s the beauty and often-found
solitude experienced while cross-country skiing
to a rustic Moosehead Lake Region traditional
sports camp deep in the wild woods. I’ve skied
down to a simple winter shangri-la to fnd cozy cabins
warmed by wood stoves, a simple lodge with soothing
meals and old school sauna.
Maine’s winter trails are pathways to adventure,
simplicity, wonder and delight. It’s best not to hibernate
during Maine’s exciting season of snow. Instead, get invigorated
with adrenaline shots of skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and
snowmobiling.
Plunging down Sugarloaf’s challenging snowfelds is a rite of
passage for highly-skilled skiers and snowboarders but I’ve also been
satisfed fying down the benign Tote Road with friends and family looking
into the faces of the frosty Bigelows. From the top of Shawnee Peak in Bridgton,
I’ve seen the majestic panorama of frozen Moose Pond and the rippling Whites.
Rangeley’s rugged mountains and sparkling lakes are on display while whizzing
down Americana at Saddleback. Jordan Bowl, Sunday River’s outpost, contains wide
white carpet delights on scenic trails like Excalibur and Rogue Angel.
I love lift service, but making an effort on cross-country skis yields calorie-burning
and strikingly picturesque rewards on the miles of groomed trails found at the state’s Nordic
touring centers. Explore farms, felds and forests from Portland’s suburbs to remote Fort Kent
near the Canadian border where biathlon, a sport combining shooting and skiing, reigns.
Snowshoeing and winter hiking have taken me on both benign and testy winter trails. There is joy
found while tramping about in the falling snow within sight of Portland’s skyline on Maine Audubon’s
Gilsland Farm trails and comic amazement stumbling upon an old-fashioned two-holer complete with
cribbage board in an outhouse during a snowy trek along a portion of the famed Appalachian Trail.
If there is a hardy, snow-loving, cold-be-damned bunch, it’s snowmobilers in Maine. With a mass of clubs
comprised of dedicated sledders of all ages who not only ride but maintain the more than 14,000 miles of trails
connecting communities from the mountains to the sea, sledding through the snow is a showcase of camaraderie.
Snowmobiling is also a prime example of winter’s magic show, enchantingly transforming summer’s greenery and
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Rangeley. 50 Top. Snowmobiling.
50 Bottom. Cross country skiing.
fall’s splendid foliage into a stunning frozen landscape. Sledding
through meandering Evan’s Notch near Fryeburg one winter, I
marveled how we were traveling over the same road, now frosted,
we had driven and bicycled over only months before.
Little known outside Maine—unless you’re a rabid Nordic
skier—is that no-frills Black Mountain in Rumford hosts the
colorful U.S. Cross Country Ski Championships on occasion.
Spectators can easily meet Olympians, and the country’s emerging
skiers. And they may also run into Chummy Broomhall like I did
last year, a Maine-born two-time Olympian who at 91 was still
involved in the event planning and was impressed with the growth
of our country’s race program. “We have a lot of depth,” he said.
Maine winter trail travelers may also see stars on the slopes,
particularly at Sugarloaf and Sunday River. The Loaf is home to
engaging two-time Olympic gold medal boardercross winner
Seth Wescott while Bethel’s ski halfpipe king and X Game multi-
medalist Simon Dumont skillfully works the crowds at Sunday
River during his annual freestyle event in March.
All you have to do is follow a winter trail.
Marty Basch (www.onetankaway.com) is the author of Winter Trails Maine.
There’s no guarantee of spotting
moose and deer at dawn and dusk
while enjoying the White Mountain
vistas from a kayak or canoe, but
I’ve been lucky enough to see both
feeting animals while paddling
Brownfeld Bog.
Travelers drawn off the beaten
path have long discovered the
wonders of wildlife found at the
Department of Inland Fisheries
and Wildlife managed wetland.
With marsh mazes and copious
bird boxes built for nesting, the
5700-acre shallow and often weed-
laden mire in western Maine’s
rural Brownfeld is the tranquil
alternative to the popular nearby
Saco River for fat water paddlers,
bird watchers and other nature
lovers.
Migratory waterfowl, warblers,
herons, owls and woodpeckers
often pass within view for the
binocular-toting crowd and it
isn’t unusual to spot beaver, mink,
muskrat and turtles lazing in the
sun on rocks often spooked into the
water by passing paddlers. Though
there’s a limited trail system for
walkers it’s best to explore by
water.
Each season brings its own
special glory to the bog reached
along a dirt road. Early spring
is when the water is high and
hatches are reasonable while
water lilies and pitcher plants are
found in summer. Autumn features
a stunning display of colors
from leaves on trees like birch,
maple, oak and American beech.
Winter’s cold, tranquil beauty can
be experienced on snowshoes
and skis as the bog freezes into
a vast frozen expanse. Become a
snow sleuth to fgure out the fox,
snowshoe hare, squirrel and other
tracks left behind or look for moose
barking, the scrapings made by
moose as they munch more bark
in winter.
And always carry those
binoculars. Last winter I’m glad
I had mine to see a pair of bald
eagles perched in a tree situated in
the sweeping bog with a wilderness
feel in every season.
What’s
New
for Winter
Trails
Maine Huts & Trails completed the Grand Falls hut.
The hut is the third of 12 planned backcountry huts
connected by 180 miles of non-motorized trails in
Maine’s scenic and remote Western Mountains
region. www.mainehuts.org
Appalachian Mountain Club’s (AMC)
newest stop on their lodge-to-lodge ski
route is Gorman Chairback located on the
shore of Long Pond near Greenville. Gorman
Chairback offers unlimited opportunities for
snowshoeing and skiing on 70 miles of AMC-
maintained trails. www.outdoors.org
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This four season region boasts
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interesting, creative communities, Maine’s Lakes & Mountains
draw outdoor adventurers, wildlife watchers, foliage lovers and history
buffs alike. In the fall, the vistas are stunning along the region’s many
scenic byways. And in the winter, this region is a paradise for skiers,
snowboarders and snowmobilers!
“Don’t Miss” Fairs & Festivals
Bethel Winterfest Bethel ...................................................... Jan.
Maine Blues Festival Naples ................................................ June
Logging Museum Festival Days Rangeley ......................... July
Great Falls Balloon Festival Lewiston/Auburn ................. Aug.
Wilton Blueberry Festival Wilton ....................................... Aug.
Bethel Harvestfest & Chowdah Cookoff Bethel ............... Sept.
Fryeburg Fair Fryeburg .......................................................... Oct.
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So Much
More to Do…
Experience 19 º
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century rural life at
Washburn-Norlands Living History Center
in Livermore.
Go gem sluicing in º West Paris or Bethel.
Explore Rangeley’s outdoor sporting history º
and traditions at the Rangeley Outdoor
Sporting Heritage Museum.
Paddle part of the º Northern Forest Canoe
Trail from Rangeley Lake to Spencer Stream.
In º Kingfeld, visit the Stanley Museum,
celebrating the inventor of the “Stanley
Steamer.”
Visit the º Shaker Village at Sabbathday Lake in
New Gloucester.
Insider’s Guide
Lewiston and Auburn, twin cities on either side of the
Androscoggin River, form a lively arts community. Learn
about Maine’s manufacturing heritage at Museum L/A; visit
the Bates College Museum of Art; take in a performance at
the Public Theatre; and take a walk through Thorncrag, New
England’s largest private bird sanctuary.
Naples, with its bustling lakeside Causeway, is a
recreational hub. Bring the kids to Sebago Lake State Park.
Cruise Long Lake on the Songo River Queen II, a replica
of a Mississippi Paddle Wheeler; go antiquing in nearby
Bridgton. Hike, bike or ski the trails at Shawnee Peak.
In Fryeburg, you’ll fnd 11 buildings on the National
Historic Register. Canoe or kayak the Saco River. Vacation
on nearby Kezar Lake. And discover one of Maine’s most
scenic drives along Route 113 through Evans Notch, with
views of the White Mountains.
Bethel offers four-season activities, from golfng, hiking,
fshing and biking to skiing at nearby Sunday River and Mt.
Abram Resorts. Paddle the Androscoggin River. Explore
Grafton Notch State Park with short walks to Screw
Auger Falls, Mother Walker Falls and Moose Cave. Take
in a concert on the Bethel Commons and visit the Artist’s
Covered Bridge in Newry. A world-class Maine mineral,
gem & mining museum is opening in the summer of 2012
on Main St., Bethel. This museum will exhibit the fnest
collection of Maine gems and minerals in the state and likely,
one of the fnest in the world.
In the River Valley town of Rumford, you’ll fnd dramatic
Pennacook Falls, Maine’s longest drop at 180 feet. Visit
Lovejoy Covered Bridge in Andover. In winter, don’t miss
Black Mountain, one of Maine’s fnest family winter sports
facilities.
Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway along Route 17 takes
you to the Height of Land with its panorama of mountains,
forests and the Rangeley Lakes. This is recreation central: sport
fshing, hiking, canoeing, snow mobiling, skiing at Saddleback,
and spectacular fall foliage.
Between Eustis and Kingfeld, the beautiful Carrabassett
River winds its way through the mountains. Fish in Flagstaff
Lake. Go snowmobiling in Eustis. Hike the majestic Bigelow
Range. Hit the trails or golf course at Sugarloaf ski resort in
Carrabassett Valley. Farmington, home of the University
of Maine Farmington, is a lively college town. Check out
the fascinating artifacts at the Nordica Homestead. Explore
Mount Blue State Park in Weld, where you can swim in
Webb Lake or pan for gold on the Swift River.
51. Skiing on Saddleback in Rangeley.
52 Top. Sunset overlooking Sebago Lake.
52 Bottom. Fishing at Lakewood Camps,
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Chamber of Commerce*
783-2249
www.androscoggincounty.com
Bethel Area Chamber
of Commerce*
824-2282, 800-442-5826
www.bethelmaine.com
Flagstaff Area Business
Association*
670-0808, www.eustismaine.com
Franklin County Chamber
of Commerce*
778-4215
www.franklincountymaine.org
Greater Bridgton Lakes Region
Chamber of Commerce*
647-3472
www.mainelakeschamber.com
Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls
Chamber of Commerce
897-6755, www.jay-livermore-lf.org
Maine’s Lakes & Mountains
Tourism Council*
783-9186, 888-688-0099
www.mainelakesandmountains.com
Oxford Hills Chamber
of Commerce*
743-2281, www.oxfordhillsmaine.com
Rangeley Lakes Region Chamber
of Commerce*
864-5364, 800-MTLAKES
www.rangeleymaine.com
River Valley Chamber
of Commerce*
364-3241
www.rivervalleychamber.com
Sebago Lakes Region Chamber
of Commerce*
892-8265
www.sebagolakeschamber.com
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further information. Area code in
Maine is (207).
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Hunters and fishermen, “sports” as they were called, came
to fly-fish for brook trout that grew to monstrous propor-
tions in the pristine streams and lakes or hunt for trophy deer,
moose, partridge, and bear in
the woodlands and forest.
Today, generations of fish-
ermen and hunters still return
for world-class fly-fishing and
trolling for prized brook trout
and landlocked salmon, and
some of the best game hunt-
ing in the country. Numerous sporting camps and all manner
of accommodations provide a comfortable stay and local, ex-
pert guides assure a memorable sporting experience.
Each generation adds to the list of activities and now you’ll
see boaters enjoying the wide open lakes and ponds, fami-
lies of ATV riders spending the whole day out on incredible
wilderness trails, golfers in awe of our breathtaking courses,
hikers “bagging” several of the numerous 4,000 footers,
Surrounded by crystal clear lakes, ponds, and streams, rugged mountains, and inviting woodlands,
there are as many activities to pursue in the Rangeley Lakes region as there are ways to relax!
Rangeley Lakes
snowmobilers riding on endless, well-groomed trails,
snowshoers tracking fresh snow, and skiers delighting in the
expansion of the local mountain – Saddleback Maine.
TheReasonForSeasons
Spring is heralded by ‘ice out” when lakes and streams
are again dotted with fishing enthusiasts. The loons return to
their spots on the lakes and ponds and the crab apple trees
come into full blossom for their brief, spectacular show. Not
to be missed, is the abundant and glorious lupine displays
lining the road and mountainsides in endless hues of blues,
pinks, purple, bi-colored,
and white.
Summers continue as they
have for generations with
kids swimming in the lakes,
hikers seeking the next stun-
ning vista, boats trolling on
the lakes, paddlers gliding
across glass-smooth waters,
birders spotting soaring
eagles, and families laughing around a campfire.
Winters have never been better in Rangeley! Saddle-
back Maine is a premiere ski and snowboard destination
with a 4,120 ft. elevation, 2,000 ft. of vertical drop, spec-
tacular summit snowfields, heart-pounding glades, wide-
open trails, and an expansive terrain park. Saddleback offers
the best in trailside condos, enticing dining, and a fun-filled
après-ski pub, yet has kept its family-friendly atmosphere
and appeal.
Seasonally Sensational!
Seasonally Sensational!
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Just down the road is the acclaimed Rangeley Lakes Trail
Center for hiking, mountain biking, and, of course, Nordic ski-
ing. This cross-country ski center is set at the highest elevation
of any in New England, and boasts the best snow conditions in
the East–annual snowfall ap-
proaches 225 inches! There’s
fantastic terrain available on
55 km of superbly groomed
trails, promising a memorable
skiing experience for novice
and expert skiers. Take a gen-
tle tour around Saddleback
Lake or a challenging climb
with thrilling descents on the
flank of Saddleback Mountain.
If your winter interests include a little more power, Rangeley
is renowned for its extensive, groomed-to-perfection,
snowmobile trails with accommodations, restaurants, and
services readily available trailside in this very sled-friendly
town. Rangeley is at the hub of a 150-mile trail system that
connects Maine, New Hampshire, and Canada. Ride back-
country trails with untouched snow, get yourself up a moun-
tainside to a scenic overlook, or open-it-up on the lakes. The
Rangeley Snodeo attracts hundreds of riders, every year, for
the events and fireworks!
Rangeley puts on its most brilliant show each fall.
Yankee Magazine named Rangeley as one of the top ten best
fall foliage destinations in New England. Thousands of acres
of hardwood cover the mountainsides setting the stage for a
spectacular display of reds, yellows, and orange hues reflecting
off the dozens of glimmering lakes and ponds. Breathtaking
vistas at every turn are offered along the 36 mile long Rangeley
Lakes National Scenic Byway. It’s an ideal time for hiking,
getting in a few more rounds of golf, doing some birding, or
visiting the many shops and museums.
As Many Ways to Relax
Do it all, or nothing at all ~ each is readily available and
honored in the Rangeley Lakes Region. Sitting lakeside
with a good book, capturing the magnificent scenery with
your camera or binoculars, treating yourself to a massage
or joining in a yoga class,
dining at a fantastic restau-
rant (or several), strolling
down Main Street or a path
in the woods, napping on
the porch, sitting around
the campfire with the kids...
Pick a season and start your
own history of great vacations in Rangeley.
Acadian Seaplanes
Fly and dine, scenic flights, seaplane instruction, Charter
service for fishing trips and major airport connections.
2640 Main Street, Rangeley, Maine 04970 207 864-5307
keith@acadianseaplanes.com www.AcadianSeaPlanes.com

Bald Mountain Camps Resort
Fourteen historic log cabins recently renovated on the shores
of Mooselookmeguntic Lake. Elegant dining, with lakeside
pub, open year round. 125 Bald Mountain Road, Oquossoc,
Maine 04964 207 864-3671; info@baldmountaincamps.com
www.baldmountaincamps.com
Camp Do What You Wanna
Your one-stop outdoor recreational rental shop, general store,
and café. Now renting Polaris ATVs, side-by-sides, scooters,
and 2012 Ski-Doo snowmobiles. Unique gifts, homemade
breads, fresh sandwiches and pastries.
2419 Main Street, Rangeley, Maine 04970
207 864-3000 info@campdowhatyouwanna.com
www.campdowhatyouwanna.com
Country Club Inn
Panoramic views of area lakes and mountains, adjacent to
Mingo Springs Golf Course. Lodging, dining, spirits, and
fireplaces! Superb hospitality provided by second generation
owners. 56 Country Club Road, Rangeley, Maine 04970
207 864-3831 ccinn1@myfairpoint.net
www.countryclubinnrangeley.com

Loon Lodge Inn and Restaurant
Superb lodging comfort in a turn of the century lakeside log
lodge. Inspired dining and a cozy pub with lake and mountain
views with majestic sunsets. 16 Pickford Road, Rangeley,
Maine 04970 207 864-5666; info@loonlodgeme.com
www.loonlodgeme.com

Lyons Lakeside Cabins
Modern cabins with unique charm. Watch spectacular sunsets
from your porch. Great couples & family getaway ~ Charcoal
Grills, beach, dock space, WIFI, It’s all here; the only thing
missing is you! Route 4, one mile south of village, Rangeley,
Maine 04970 207 864-5899 lyonslakeside@myfairpoint.net
www.lyonslakeside.com
Mingo Springs Golf Club
Historic 18 hole course with breathtaking views. Challenging
Par 71 – 6,200 yards, tee times and lessons available. Open
to the public. All amenities. 43 Country Club Road, Rangeley,
Maine 04970 207 864-5021; mingospringsgc@myfairpoint.net
www.mingosprings.com

Morton and Furbish Vacation Rentals
Largest selection of vacation rentals from cozy cottages to
family compounds. Lakefront, trailside, mountain views,
secluded locations ~ all and more available. 2478 Main Street,
Rangeley, Maine 04970 888 598-4296
info@rangeleyrentals.com www.rangeleyrentals.com
Mountain View Cottages and Guide Service
Private location directly on west shore of Rangeley Lake.
Spectacular sunrises, breathtaking mountain and lake views.
322 Rumford Road, Oquossoc, Maine 04964
207 864-3416 info@mountainviewcottages.com
www.mountainviewcottages.com
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2419 Main Street · Rangeley, ME · 207.864.3000
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Pleasant Street Inn B & B
Elegant country living, spacious guest rooms each with indi-
vidual temperature control and baths, two guest living rooms,
business-friendly with guest computer and free Wi-Fi. Read our
reviews on www.tripadvisor.com 104 Pleasant Street,
Rangeley, Maine 04970 207 864-5916
info@pleasantstreetinnbb.com www.pleasantstreetinnbb.com
Rangeley Saddleback Inn
Newly renovated under new ownership, indoor pool, Jacuzzi,
family game room. On ATV/snowmobile trails, near village,
spectacular sunsets over Rangeley Lake.
2303 Main Street, Rangeley, Maine 04970
207 864-3434 info@rangeleysaddlebackinn.com
www.rangeleysaddlebackinn.com
Saddleback Mountain Ski Area and Resort
Ranked Top Adventure Mountain in the East by SKI Magazine
2000 ft. vertical, 4120 ft elevation, snowfields, 66 trails and
glades, plus Kennebago Steeps!, Largest steep skiing/riding
facility in the East. 976 Saddleback Mountain Road. 866 918-2225
info@saddlebackmaine.com www.saddlebackmaine.com
Town and Lake Motel and Cottages
Lakeside motel and two bedroom housekeeping cottages with
fireplaces. On ATV/snowmobile trails, walk to village and
Moose Alley, pet-friendly. 2668 Main Street, Rangeley, Maine
207 864-3755 info@rangeleytownandlake.com
www.rangeleytownandlake.com
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Greater Portland
& Casco Bay
T
he historic seaport of Portland, Maine’s largest urban area, is
perched on sparkling Casco Bay with its many accessible islands
and surrounding coastal communities. This region is as celebrated for
its vibrant arts and entertainment scene as it is for its walking and
biking trails; as renowned for its local cuisine as for its access to
outdoor adventures. Creative, exciting, happening, fun—it’s all here.
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Portland was named one of
America’s Favorite Cities for 2011
from Travel + Leisure magazine.
“Don’t Miss” Fairs & Festivals
Maine Jewish Film Festival Portland ................................... March
Old Port Festival Portland ...................................................... June
Yarmouth Clam Festival Yarmouth ....................................... July
Portland Chamber Music Festival ....................................... Aug.
Cumberland County Fair Cumberland ................................. Sept.
Harvest on the Harbor Food & Wine Festival Portland...... Oct.
Tree Lighting in Monument Square Portland .................... Nov.
Sparkle Weekend Freeport .................................................... Dec.
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Greater Portland & Casco Bay
VisitPortland.com
So Much
More to Do…
º Jour lhe Portland Observatory, lhe only
remaInIng hIslorIc sIgnal lover In lhe I.S.
Slroll lhe nalure lraIls al º Gilsland Farm
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lhe theater, or hov aboul a semI-pro baseball,
basketball or hockey game?
See lhe vorld´s largesl revolvIng globe al º
Delorme headquarlers In Yarmoulh.
61. Petite Jacqueline restaurant in Portland.
62 Top. Portland Headlight at sunrise.
62 Bottom. Mariner’s Church Banquet Center.
Insider’s Guide
Portland’s Waterfront buslles vIlh aclIvIly, as Il has Ior
cenlurIes. WalkIng lraIls, lrolley lours, scenIc bay cruIses,
lobsler boal rIdes, hIslorIc schooners and Island IerrIes all
slarl here! Injoy lhe many pubs and seaIood reslauranls.
And valk lhe Eastern Prom Trail Ior slunnIng bay vIevs.
The Old Port Is a lIvely shoppIng dIslrIcl vIlh cobbleslone
slreels, boulIques, gallerIes and reslauranls In renovaled
Iederal slyle buIldIngs. Slroll up Exchange Street, lhen head
lovard Monument Square Ior seasonal Farmers’ Markets
and lhe chIldhood home oI Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
The Arts District, anchored by Portland Museum of Art, Is
nlled vIlh gallerIes, anlIque shops, sludIos and perIormance
venues cluslered around Congress Slreel. VIsIl lhe Children’s
Museum of Maine, and don´l mIss First Friday Art Walks.
Portland Freedom Trail marks 16 hIslorIcally sIgnIncanl
localIons In lhe cIly. Jake a selI-guIded lour lo learn aboul
MaIne´s parl In lhe abolitionist movement.
Casco Bay and lhe Calendar Islands are Grealer Iorlland´s
playground. Jake a Ierry lo Peaks Island or cruIse lo Eagle
Island lo vIsIl lhe summer eslale oI arclIc explorer Admiral
Peary. Ixplore by kayak or saIlboal, or relax on a sunset
cruise around lhe harbor.
Cape Elizabeth Is home lo Portland Head Light, MaIne´s
oldesl and much-pholographed lIghlhouse al Fort Williams
Park. VIsIl Two Lights State Park Ior lhe vIev and a lobsler
roll. Iead Ior sand and surI al Crescent Beach State Park or
lhe beaches In nearby Scarborough.
South Portland sIls across lhe harbor Irom Iorlland. JhIs
arlsy lovn Is knovn Ior Ils reslauranls, bakerIes, lhealers
and gallerIes. VIsIl Spring Point Light, al lhe end oI a granIle
breakvaler and 0y a kIle al Bug Light Park.
Freeport, home oI vorld-Iamous L.L.Bean, Is a charmIng
lovn vIlh relaIl shops, Iaclory oullels, reslauranls, summer
concerls and vInler IeslIvals. Jake a shoppIng break and hIke
along lhe coaslal lraIls al Wolfe’s Neck Woods, keepIng an
eye oul Ior osprey and eagles. Or dIscover a lruly unusual
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Contact these local Chambers
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in Maine is (207).
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705 U.S. Route One, Yarmouth, Maine 04096
Freeport USA*
865-1212, 800-865-1994
www.freeportusa.com
Greater Portland Convention
& Visitors Bureau*
Visitor Info: 772-5800
Offce: 772-4994
800-306-4185
www.visitportland.com
Portland Regional Chamber*
772-2811
www.portlandregion.com
Yarmouth Chamber of
Commerce*
846-3984
www.yarmouthmaine.org
* Member Maine Tourism
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communities and 30 miles of dazzling white sand. Lighthouses dot
the shore; luxury resorts and inns share stunning views with beachfront
cottages and lobster shacks. And recreation abounds, from swimming,
surfng and sailing, to kayaking, hiking, biking and golf.
Bird watchers, art lovers and seafood
connoisseurs fnd many reasons to
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The region is known for more
than 30 miles of dazzling white
sand beaches.
So Much More to Do…
Enjoy a summer show at the º Ogunquit Playhouse, the Arundel
Barn Theater, Hackmatack Playhouse in Berwick, and
Biddeford City Theater.
Bring the kids to º Funtown Splashtown USA, Aquaboggan Water
Park, Monkey Trunks Park, all in Saco and Fun-O-Rama in York.
Step back in time at º 19
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country village in Newfeld.
Go º antiquing along Route 1 from York to the Kennebunks, a
30-mile stretch boasting the largest concentration of antique shops
in Maine.
Discover the º Saco Bay Trails hiking trail network or bike along
the Eastern Trail, from Kittery to Casco Bay.
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71. Old Orchard Beach pier. 72 Top. Kayaks
docked at harbor. 72 Bottom. Colony Hotel in
Kennebunkport.
“Don’t Miss”
Fairs & Festivals
La Kermesse Franco-American
Festival Biddeford ........................................... June
Strawberry Festival South Berwick ............. June
Beach Olympics Old Orchard Beach ............ Aug.
Celebrate Maine Festival Eliot .................... Aug.
York Days & Lighting
of the Nubble York. ............................................ Aug.
Annual Classic Car Show
Old Orchard Beach ............................................... Sept.
Family Jamboree Wells .................................. Sept.
OgunquitFest Ogunquit ................................. Oct.
Pumpkin Harvest Festival Saco .................. Oct.
Celebrate the Season
by the Sea Old Orchard Beach ...................... Dec.
Christmas Prelude Kennebunkport ............. Dec.
Insider’s Guide
Kittery, Maine’s oldest settlement, offers shoppers more than
120 outlets along Route 1. But don’t miss Kittery’s historic
architecture and quaint pubs.
York is America’s oldest chartered city. Enjoy miles of beautiful
beaches, food, shopping and outdoor fun. Leave time for the
Museums of Old York and the Old Gaol—the nation’s oldest
jailhouse—and picturesque Cape Neddick “Nubble” Light.
South Berwick on the Piscataqua River is home to historic
homes such as the Sarah Orne Jewett House. Try the local
wine from Salmon Falls Winery or hike in Vaughn Woods
State Park. Nearby is Mt. Agamenticus Conservation
Region with hiking and biking trails.
Ogunquit, an early 20
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resort town. Stroll along Marginal Way, visit the Ogunquit
Museum of American Art, enjoy the boutiques, galleries
and cafes in Perkins Cove, and along Shore Road and Main
Street, and relax on Ogunquit Beach, named “best beach in
New England” by New England Cable News.
Wells has four sandy beaches and stunning natural
conservation areas. Bird watch along the salt marshes of the
Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge. Hike in the Wells Reserve
at Laudholm. Enjoy four seasons of outdoor recreation,
shopping and fne dining.
The Kennebunks—Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, Arundel
and Cape Porpoise—offer arts, entertainment and pristine
beaches. Visit historic homes like the Nott House. Drive by
the Bush presidential retreat at Walker’s Point. Shop, dine
and gallery hop in Dock Square.
Biddeford and Saco are sister cities. Investigate the Dyer
Library/Saco Museum. Shop along Main Street and visit the
brewpub on Saco Island. Canoe the Saco River or discover
the beaches at Biddeford Pool, Fortunes Rocks, Camp Ellis
and Ferry Beach State Park.
Old Orchard Beach has seven miles of sandy beach, Palace
Playland oceanfront amusement park, a century-old Pier,
weekly freworks and nightly entertainment. Add shopping,
dining, golf, fshing, campgrounds and saltwater marsh
canoeing.
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Commerce & Industry*
282-1567
www.biddefordsacochamber.org
Greater York Region Chamber
of Commerce*
363-4422
www.gatewaytomaine.org
Kennebunk-Kennebunkport
Chamber of Commerce*
967-0857
www.visitthekennebunks.com
Kennebunkport Business
Association*
967-0857
www.kennebunkport.org
Maine Beaches Association*
www.mainebeachesassociation.com
Ogunquit Chamber
of Commerce*
646-2939
www.ogunquit.org
Old Orchard Beach Chamber
of Commerce*
934-2500
www.oldorchardbeachmaine.com
Sanford-Springvale Chamber
of Commerce*
324-4280
www.sanfordchamber.org
Waterboro Association of
Businesses, Inc.*
206-5639
www.waterborochamber.org
Wells Chamber of Commerce*
646-2451
www.wellschamber.org
Local Chambers of Commerce
Contact these local Chambers of Commerce/Associations
for further information. Area code in Maine is (207).
* Member Maine Tourism Association
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Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce
MARCH
5th Annual Mardi Gras
Celebration: February 17-18
APRIL
22nd Annual Patriots Day
Celebration: April 13-15:
Craft Bazaar, Restaurant
Tastings, Historical
Re-enactments, Entertainment,
Kidstown Amusements and
much more.
MAY
AIDS Walk Weekend:
May 11-13: Activities TBD.
JUNE
Semi-Annual
Restaurant Week
JULY
July 4th Fireworks
AUGUST
39th Annual Sidewalk
Art Show & Sale:
August 23
Rain date: August 24
OCTOBER
9th Annual OgunquitFest
Weekend Festival:
October 19-21
Scarecrow Contest, Pumpkin
Decorating, Scavenger Hunt,
Ghost Stories, Bed Race,
Haunted House, Car Show,
High Heel Dash and
much more.
NOVEMBER
Semi-Annual
Restaurant Week
4th Annual Celebrations
by the Sea Wedding Expo
November 11
DECEMBER
26th Annual Christmas
by the Sea Celebration:
December 1-2, & 7-9
Tree Lightings, Caroling,
Chowder & Chocolatefest,
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The Aland Realty Group
www.alandrealty.com
207-251-4762
The Beaches Motel and Cottages
www.beachesofmaine.com
207-216-4065
Blue Water Inn
Beach House & Restaurant
www.bluewaterinn.com
207-646-5559
The Colonial Inn
www.thecolonialinn.com
207-646-5191
Colonial Village Resort
www.colonialvillageresort.com
1-800-422-3341
The Cottages at Summer Village
www.cottagesatsummervillage.com
1-800-839-3995
Hartwell House Inn
www.hartwellhouseinn.com
207-646-6032
Long Beach Motor Inn
www.longbeachmotorinn.com
207-363-5481
Neptune Inn On the Beach
www.theneptuneinn.com
207-646-2632
Pinederosa Campground
www.pinederosa.com
207-646-2492
Riverside Motel
www.riversidemotel.com
207-646-2741
Scotch Hill Inn
www. scotchhillinn. com
207-646-2890
Terrace by the Sea
www.terracebythesea.com
207-646-3232
A portion of this ad has been sponsored
by these distinguished businesses.
Write or call for a free
Ogunquit Vacation Planner:
Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 2289, Ogunquit ME 03907
(207) 646-2939
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Playhouse, Spa, Golf & Off-Season Dinner Packages
336 Main Street
P.O. Box 2190
Ogunquit, ME 03907
800.646.4544
449 Main Street
P.O. Box 2240
Ogunquit, ME 03907
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Ogunquit, ME 03907
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Heated Indoor & Outdoor Pools
Jacuzzis ~ Fitness Centers ~ Free Wi-Fi & Computer Use ~ Spacious Guest Rooms ~ Smoke Free
Refrigerators, Coffee Maker, Premium Movie Channel ~ Raspberri’s for the Area’s Best Breakfast ~ Walk to Beaches
Seasonal Trolley to Village, Perkins Cove & the Marginal Way ~ Outlet Shopping in Kittery & Freeport
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Beautiful suites with in-room whirlpools,
kitchenettes & fireplaces in spacious
living rooms. Giant indoor pool and sauna.
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Premier oceanfront location
with direct access to Marginal Way
and our own little beach.
Hot Tub, Spa, Sauna,
Ocean front bar and breakfast.
Open Year Round.
Morning Dove B&B
13 Bourne Lane,
Ogunquit, ME 03907
207-646-3891
www.themorningdove.com
Featured by Rachel Ray. Historic
Victorian farmhouse lovingly restored,
six romantic rooms, private baths,
A/C, fridge, cable-dvd, gardens,
sumptuous breakfasts, suites, wireless,
just off Shore Road.
Rockmere Lodge
150 Stearns Road, PO Box 278,
Ogunquit, ME 03907
207-646-2985 · 1-888-646-2985
www.rockmere.com
Eight room Victorian shingle-style
B&B. Panoramic ocean views and sound
from the rooms. Full breakfast, quiet
neighborhood. Steps from the Marginal
Way. Easy walk to Perkins Cove and
Town. Open year round.
Terrace By The Sea
23 Wharf Lane & 38 Beach Street,
Ogunquit, ME 03907
207-646-3232 · 207-646-9338
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www.terracebythesea.com
Deluxe colonial-style Inn/Motel
Spectacular ocean views, peaceful setting.
Fully equipped rooms, private baths,
buffet breakfast, internet, heated pool.
Yardarm Village Inn
406 Shore Road, PO Box 773,
Ogunquit, ME 03907
207-646-7006 or 888-927-3276
www.yardarmvillageinn.com
Adjacent to Perkins Cove yet an easy
stroll to the village. Rooms/suites,
spacious veranda, waterfall, gardens.
All amenities. Beer/wine/cheese/gift
shop. Maine blueberry dinnerware.
Sailboat charters available.
B&B’s & Inns of Ogunquit
A portion of this ad has been sponsored in part by these distinguished businesses.
www.visitogunquit.org
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203 Post Rd, US Rte 1, P.O. Box 39, Moody, ME 04054
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The Meadowmere - Outstanding amenities, great location and
every room and package choice to make your hotel unique.

Visit for fun, visit for celebrations - Our vacation experience brings
you the best of Ogunquit every trip, every season. Join us for lobsters
and lighthouses, sandy beaches and sunsets anytime
of the year in the heart of Ogunquit.
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74 Main Street, Ogunquit, Maine 03907 online reservations at: www.meadowmere.com
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COMFORTABLE RESORT ROOMS
FAMILY SUITES
HEATED INDOOR POOL & JACUZZI
HEALTH CLUB & SPA
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FREE WIRELESS INTERNET
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Wells Chamber of Commerce
STADIG CAMPGROUND
146 Bypass Poad, - Wolls, VE 04090
20¯-646-2298 - www.stadig.com
“Camping Under Nature’s Canopy”. Enjoy the quiet
woods atmosphere which prevails here. Near area
beaches. Summer Trolley stops here. Open Memorial
Day thru October 15.
CAMPING/ RV
Wells-Ogunquit Area
Carriage House
MOTEL, COTTAGES & SUITES
Relax and enjoy our quiet, convenient
two-acre grounds near beaches, shops,
Ogunquit and Kennebunkport. We offer
a heated swim-
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trolley stop.
This is a great atmosphere for families or
couples with a wide variety of quality
lodgings, including very clean guest rooms,
country inn suites and cottages.
Sally & Bob Subilia, your hosts
U.S. Route One, P.O. Box 988
Wells, Maine 04090
888-213-4720
www.mainecarriagehouse.com
E-mail: info@mainecarriagehouse.com
Motel and Cottages
773 Post Road/Route 1
Wells, ME 04090
207-216-4065
Whether you are
looking for
a romantic get-
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Beaches provides the perfect setting
Beaches
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Family Owned &Operated
www.beachesofmaine.com
Beaches
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A/C Cottages with fully
equipped kitchens &
enclosed porches
Gas Grills
Free Internet, Cable
TV/ VCRs
Laundry Facility
Heated Pool &
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Children’s
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Off-Season Packages
www.watercrestcottages.com
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Hampton Inn & Suites
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WaterCrest Cottages & Motel
207-646-2202
www.watercrestcottages.com
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Wells Chamber of Commerce
Any Time. Any Style.
At your Own Pace–that’s the only way
to enjoy the Maine Coast. After all,
this is your vacation and while
you’re here, life should be lived the
way you want to live it. That’s why
Garnsey Bros. is such a good choice
when you’re looking for property or
selecting a rental agency.
From top of-the-line ocean-front
condominiums to quaint house-
keeping cottages and motel units
nestled at water’s edge, Garnsey
Bros. offers seasonal rentals in
more locations, including Wells,
Moody, Ogunquit and Drakes
Island.
Garnsey Bros. Rentals
207-646-8301
510MWebhannetDrive
Wells,Maine04090
www.garnsey.com
Point East
1801 Post Road
(Route 1)
Bellevue By
The Sea
376 Mile Road
800 544-0340
Ocean Dunes
79 Ocean Avenue
Coastal
Cottages &
Efficiencies
58 Atlantic Avenue
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www.visitthekennebunks.com 207-967-0857
Kennebunk/Kennebunkport Chamber of Commerce
31st Annual
November 30 ~ December 1-2, 7-9, 2012 November 30 ~ December 1-2, 7-9, 2012
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Old Orchard Beach Chamber of Commerce
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every Thursday evening.
Meaoh U1gmgIos Aug. 17-19 Three days of fun
competition, metals & music to benefit
Special Olympics of Maine.
Cae Show Sept. 14-15 Many divisions, entertainment,
trophies & awards. Friday night lineup with
parade & car show on Saturday.
CheIstmas bg the Sea Dec. 1 Tree-lighting, free
horse-drawn hay wagon rides, entertainment & food.
Santa & Mrs. Claus arrive on a fire engine.
More info: www.oldorchardbeachmaine.com
Old Orchard Beach Chamber of Commerce
11 First St., Old Orchard Beach, ME 04064
Phone: (207) 934-2500
Chamber of Commerce
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Free Old Orchard Beach Guide 1-800-365-9386
Old Orchard Beach Chamber of Commerce
º 2 Bedroom 5uites
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109 East Grand Ave.
OId Orchard Beach, ME
ToII Free: 1-877-342-3224
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Toll Free: 800-611-9921
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www.sandpiperbeachfrontmotel.com
~ Open Year Round ~
MOTEL and HOTEL
Directly on Maine’s Longest Sandy Beach
70 West Surf St., P.O. Box 249 Old Orchard Beach, ME 04064
207/934-2847 6 Toll Free 1-877-837-4148 6 www.theoceanhouse.com
Visa, MasterCard, AMEX Accepted
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offering economical
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or Modern motel featuring fully
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1-2- bedroom units with
kitchenettes
The Ocean House
1 York Street ª 0ld 0rchard Beach, Maine O4OO4
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Old Orchard Beach Chamber of Commerce
Friendship
Oceanfront Suites
167 East Grand Ave., Old Orchard Beach, ME 04064
www.friendshipoob.com
207-934-4644 Reservations: 800-969-7100
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3S2 North St., Saco or directly off
!-9S Northbound, between Exits 32 and 36.
207-2S6-9600
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J52 North St., Saco or directly off
Ì·95 Northbound, between Exit J2 and J6.
Complimentary shuttle to Amtrak
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Complimentary deluxe breakfast
Seasonal outdoor heated pool
Free local calls
Pets are welcome
Heated swimming pool
Free high speed wireless internet
Air Conditioned Y Cable TV
Smoke free with private baths
Kitchenette suites available
Just a minute from shops & restaurants
Open all year
20 Portland Ave., Old Orchard Beach, Maine
Reservations: 888-934-5295 Ph: 207-934-5295
www.atlanticbirches.com
Old
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TThe Atlantic Birches was an elegant
1903 home, and is now a B&B comprised
of a Victorian main house and cottage with
ten elegantly appointed guest rooms.
www.oldorchardbeachinn.com
Maine’s
Romantic Retreat
Old Orchard
Beach Inn
A LUXURY BED & BREAKFAST
CIRCA 1730.
A variety of
elegantly appointed
rooms, all with
private baths.
A 3-minute walk
to the famous Old
Orchard Beach
Pier and Maine’s
finest sandy beach.
Old Orchard Beach Inn
PHONE 207-934-5834
TOLL FREE 1-877-700-6624
FREE
WIRELESS
INTERNET
A beautiful, quiet oceanfront location
with a heated pool, great views, clean
rooms and friendly atmosphere.
§ 2 room units with fully equipped
kitchenettes § Modern oceanfront
motel rooms with oil heat, bath &
shower § Color cable TV, A/C, easy
parking § Short walk to the Pier,
restaurants, shops. Open All Year.
Reservations: 1-800-326-4589
Tcl: 207-9S4-4S74 - Iax: 207-9S4-144ò
E-mail: seacliffmotel@cybertours.com
Web Site: www.seacliffhouse.com
2 Sea Cliff Avenue, Old Orchard Beach, Maine 04064
A Truly
Enjoyable Vacation.
On The Ocean At The Sea Cliff House Motel
The Sea Cliff
House Motel
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s close as you can get to
Maine’s best beach. The Waves
Oceanfront Resort is directly on Old
Orchard Beach’s 7 mile long white
sandy beach. Walk from your room
onto the sand to swim, stroll in the
surf, hunt for shells or just relax and enjoy the view.
All rooms include kitchenette, air-conditioning,
CCTV and access to our beachfront pool and
state-of-the-art fitness center. Many rooms offer
spectacular ocean
views, balconies and/
or decks.
For fun and
excitement we are
an easy walk to the
famous Old Orchard
Pier, a fixture on the beach since 1898.
The Pier and amusement park are the
centerpiece of downtown Old Orchard
Beach for family fun.
More adventure is only a short drive
away featuring several amusement
parks, water parks, whale watch and lobster boat
tours, deep-sea fishing excursions, golf courses,
museums, shopping outlets, and many other coastal
attractions.
Enjoy your Old
Orchard Beach
vacation as millions
have for over 200
years! Call today to
make your reservation
for fun in the sun.
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On the Ocean...Old Orchard Beach, Maine On the Ocean...Old Orchard Beach, Maine
Waves Oceanfront Resort, 87 West Grand Ave.
Old Orchard Beach, Maine 04064 Fax: 207-934-5983
Tel: 207-934-4949
www.wavesoceanfront.com
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State Flag: The coat of arms of the
State of Maine on a blue feld of the
shade of the blue feld in the fag of
the United States. Adopted by the
legislature of 1909.
State Motto: Dirigo (I lead)
State Animal: Moose (Alces alces)
State Capital: Augusta
State Gemstone: Tourmaline
State Fossil: Pertica quadrifaria
State Cat: Maine Coon Cat
State Insect: Honeybee
State Bird: Chickadee
State Fish: Landlocked Salmon
State Tree: White Pine
State Herb: Wintergreen
State Floral Emblem: White Pine
Cone and Tassel
State Soft Drink: Moxie
Maine...
...has a population of about 1.2
million.
...is about 320 miles long and 210
miles wide, with a total area of
33,215 square miles (about as big as
the other fve New England states
combined).
...consists of 16 counties with 22
cities, 424 towns, 51 plantations,
and 416 unorganized townships.
...has one county – Aroostook – so
big – 6,453 square miles – that it is
larger than Connecticut and Rhode
Island combined.
...boasts of 6,000 lakes and ponds,
32,000 miles of rivers and streams,
17 million acres of forest, 5,500
miles of coastline and 2,000 islands.
...abounds in natural assets: 542,629
acres of state and national parks,
including the 100-mile Allagash
Wilderness Waterway, Acadia
National Park (second most visited
national park in the United States),
and Baxter State Park (location of
Mt. Katahdin and the northern end
of the Appalachian Trail).
...has one mountain which is about
one mile high: Mount Katahdin
(5,268 feet above sea level).
...is America’s largest wild
blueberry growing state, raising 98
percent of the lowbush blueberries
in the United States. Potatoes
rank third in acreage and third in
production nationally.
...has 65 lighthouses, including
Portland Head Light, which was
commissioned by President George
Washington.
...claims America’s frst chartered
city: York, 1641.
...is nationally famed for its
shellfsh, averaging nearly 40
million pounds of lobster harvested
annually. The combined total of
all shellfsh and fn fsh harvested
annually is over 200 million
pounds.
...is recognized as one of the most
healthful states in the nation:
summer temperatures average
70°F and winter temperatures
average 20°F.
Maine
“The Pine Tree State”
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So Much More to Do…
º Canoe lhe easlernmosl seclIon oI lhe Northern Forest Canoe.
Trail lhrough lhe Allagash WIlderness Walervay lo lhe Sl. john
IIver al lhe CanadIan border.
º Check oul lhe myslerIous “Boy with the Leaking Boot”
sculplure In Ioullon.
º Iearn aboul Voici the Valley Cultureway, a celebralIon oI lIIe
and cullure In lhe Sl. john Valley, al vvv.voIcIlhevalley.org.
º Jry ployes, a unIque, buckvheal pancake, based on a lradIlIonal
Irench AcadIan recIpe.
º IIke manIcured lraIls In lhe 22,000-acre Deboullie Public Reserve.
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roostook, the state’s
largest and northernmost
county, is known to Mainers
simply as The County. With
more than 2,000 lakes, streams
and ponds, the vast unspoiled
Allagash Wilderness Waterway
and the mighty St. John River,
Aroostook is a recreational
paradise. It’s also home to a
diverse mix of welcoming
cultures and communities,
inviting you to discover the
proud “Crown of Maine.”
Jhe Sl. john Valley In Iorlhern
Arooslook vIll hosl lhe 2014
AcadIan World Congress vhIch vIll
be comprIsed oI IamIly reunIons,
local celebralIons, ceremonIes,
musIcal and lhealrIcal produclIons,
conIerences, cullural perIormances
and sporlIng evenls all celebralIng
AcadIan herIlage and cullure.
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Insider’s Guide
Maine’s “Million Dollar View,” between Danforth
and Orient, affords breathtaking views of Peek-a-
boo Mountain and Mt. Katahdin to the west, and
magnifcent lakes to the east.
In Houlton, browse historic Market Square
District and visit nearby Oakfeld Railroad
Museum with its restored Victorian Train Station.
Aroostook State Park, Maine’s frst state park,
has everything: hiking on Quaggy Jo Mountain,
trout fshing in Echo Lake, access to groomed
trails for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and
snowmobiling, four-season camping and more.
Presque Isle is the start of a fascinating scale
model of the solar system that stretches along
Route 1 to Houlton. Aviation buffs shouldn’t miss
the Presque Isle Air Museum.
Fort Fairfeld’s Aroostook Valley Country Club
on the Canadian border offers golfers a unique
two-nation experience. Caribou is your gateway
to an 80-mile chain of rivers and lakes for salmon
and trout fshing. And be sure to visit the Ashland
Logging Museum.
The St. John Valley is where French Acadian
history and culture come alive. Visit the Acadian
Village in Van Buren and the Tante Blanche
Museum in Madawaska and tour the historic 1839
Blockhouse in Fort Kent.
The North Maine Woods draws adventurers to its 3.5
million acres of undeveloped wilderness, primarily stretching
west of Route 11. Plan a guided canoe trip through the 92-
mile chain of lakes, ponds and rivers that forms the Allagash
Wilderness Waterway.
The County offers 2,300 miles of groomed snowmobile
trails and 1,200 miles of contiguous ATV trails with lodging
and dining establishments along the way.
Motorcycle enthusiasts can travel breathtaking scenic routes
and visit the Four Corners Motorcycle Park in Madawaska -
an attraction enjoyed by riders during the 8,900 mile tour of
the U.S. perimeter.
The hundreds of rivers, streams, and lakes offer an abundance
of water trail activities including fshing, kayaking and
canoeing. Don’t miss out on fshing for muskie in the St. John
River and brook trout in the mighty Aroostook River.
Aroostook County
VisitAroostook.com
99. Evangeline at Acadian Village.
100 Top. Aroostook barn. 100 Bottom. Biathlon.
“Don’t Miss”
Fairs & Festivals
Caribou Winter Carnival
and Snowmobile Festival ................................ Feb.
International Snowmobile
Festival Madawaska ........................................ Feb.
Island Falls Winterfest
and Log Drivers Cookout Island Falls ......... Feb.
Can-Am Crown 250 International
Sled Dog Races Fort Kent .............................. March
Maple Meadow Farm
Festival Mapleton ............................................ June
Midsommer Celebration New Sweden ....... June
Crown of Maine
Balloon Fest Presque Isle .............................. July
Houlton State Fair Houlton .......................... July
Maine Potato Blossom Festival
Fort Fairfeld .......................................................... July
Acadian Festival Madawaska ........................ Aug.
Oakfeld Railroad
Museum Rail Fan Day Oakfeld ................... Aug.
Ploye Festival and
Muskie Fishing Derby Fort Kent ................. Aug.
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Contact these
local Chambers
of Commerce/
Associations for
further information.
Aroostook County
Tourism*
498-8736, 888-216-2463
www.visitaroostook.com
Caribou Area Chamber
of Commerce*
498-6156, 800-722-7648
www.cariboumaine.net
Central Aroostook
Chamber of
Commerce*
764-6561
www.pichamber.com
Fort Fairfeld Chamber
of Commerce
472-3802, www.fortcc.org
Greater Fort Kent Area
Chamber of
Commerce*
834-5354, 800-733-3563
www.fortkentchamber.com
Greater Houlton
Chamber of
Commerce*, 532-4216
www.greaterhoulton.com
Greater Limestone
Chamber of
Commerce*, 325-2583
www.limestonemaine.org
Greater Madawaska
Chamber of
Commerce*, 728-7000
www.greatermadawaska
chamber.com/
Greater Van Buren
Chamber of Commerce
868-5059
www.vanburenmaine.com
Saint Francis Chamber
of Commerce
398-3358
* Member Maine Tourism
Association
Maine Offers
a Coastal and Northern
Forest Birding Bonanza
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My wife Linda and I started birding fve
years ago after watching a neighbor
wander through our yard every spring
for several years, binoculars attached to
her face. When she showed us our frst
colorful warbler, we were hooked.
It turns out that our 10-acre house
lot is a prime habitat for warblers. We’ve
seen as many as 20 different species in
the spring, some stopping only for a
single day on their way to Canada.
I’m quite a sight on a May morning,
going out the driveway to pick up the
morning newspaper in my pajamas,
and carrying my binoculars!
We also discovered that Maine is a
destination for serious birders, with
our 5,500 miles of coastline harboring
an astonishing array of shorebirds
including Puffns and Harlequin
Ducks, and our 10 million acres of
northern forest with its own special
boreal forest species.
Spending a lot of the summer at
our camp in the North Woods, we see
Boreal Chickadees and Spruce Grouse
nearly every day. Our camp driveway is
a stopping point for Maine’s top birding
guide, Bob Duchense (author of the
Maine Birding Trail, a great guide to all
of our best birding spots).
Last summer, fshing on a favorite
stream, I rounded a bend to see a huge
Great Horned Owl sitting in a tree. Up
came my binoculars and a few minutes
later, out from under the owl came a
tiny baby. Wow!
I stopped fshing (my fshing buddies
will be astonished by this) and rushed
back to camp so Linda could return with
me and see the owl and its offspring.
All I can tell you is that amazing things
happen to birders every day – especially
in Maine.
Our annual third-week-in-August
vacation Down East in Lubec is timed
for the start of the fall migration of
shorebirds. Duchense says the South
Lubec sandbar – owned and protected
by the state – is the best place in Maine
to see migrating shorebirds.
And I kid you not – we see thousands
of them. Bob is slowly teaching us how
to identify them, and every August we’re
able to recognize a few more species.
I love the tiny Least Sandpipers.
There is nothing least about them, as
far as I’m concerned. Linda favors the
Semipalmated Plovers with their black
necklaces.
Just imagine the excitement of
watching a group of Northern Gannets
diving straight into the ocean from high
above, as a group of whales surface
nearby, chasing a school of mackerel.
I’m not sure why, but we’re seeing
more bird species every year that are
not normally in Maine, like the Sandhill
Cranes that wander through the mowed
felds near our Mount Vernon home.
These days, there are lots of bird-
ing adventures available, sponsored
by a wide range of groups from local
land trusts to the Maine Audubon. For
information, check out these websites:
www.maineaudubon.org, www.maine
birdingtrail.com, www.mainebirding.net.
You can also obtain a Maine Birding
Trail brochure at the visitor information
centers, by mail from the Maine Tourism
Association, and by downloading it
from the birding trail website.
Last year we experienced an
amazing May day on Monhegan
Island with two great Audubon guides,
spotting more than 75 species of
birds – some of which were resting
and feeding inside the island’s many
lobster traps!
Hundreds of warblers were on the
ground, exhausted from their long fights.
I spent 30 minutes watching and photo-
graphing my favorite, the Blackburnian
Warbler. What a thrill!
Top. Spruce Grouse.
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The Maine Highlands Region
Bangor º KatahdIn º Moosehead 1ake
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Home to Maine’s highest
mountain – Mt. Katahdin, and
its largest lake – Moosehead Lake.
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MooseMania Festival Greenville ...............................May & June
American Folk Festival Bangor ...................................Aug.
Bangor Car Show: Wheels on the Waterfront .........Sept.
International Seaplane Fly-in Greenville .................Sept.
Trail’s End Festival Millinocket ...................................Sept.
Bangor Arts & Crafts Festival ....................................Nov.
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f you love adventures of every kind, there’s much to
love in The Maine Highlands. Here you can hike
Maine’s highest mountain or canoe Maine’s largest lake.
You can experience whitewater rafting one day, and enjoy
a riverside concert the next. You can explore pristine
wilderness or tour Stephen King’s favorite haunts.
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So Much
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º Jake a Moose Safari lo calch sIghl oI MaIne´s
"OIncIal Slale AnImal.'
º Slroll lhrough Mt. Hope Cemetery In Iangor,
AmerIca´s second-oldesl garden cemelery and
lhe backdrop Ior Slephen KIng´s Pet Sematary.
º CruIse Moosehead Iake on lhe hIslorIc
Steamship Katahdin.
º VIsIl lhe UMaine Museum of Art In Iangor,
vIlh rolalIng vorks by Marsden Iarlley,
WInslov Iomer, john MarIn, Andrev Wyelh
and olher MaIne arlIsls.
º Jake a guIded canoe expedition Inlo lhe
soulhern halI oI lhe Allagash Wilderness
Waterway. Or plan a vInler snowmobile or
cross-country skIIng gelavay explorIng lhe
regIon´s exlensIve Inlerconnecled lraIl syslem.
105. Moose. 106 Top. Mount Katahdin.
106 Bottom. Mountain biking.
Insider’s Guide
Bangor Is lhe hIslorIc and cullural hub oI lhe regIon.
IrIng lhe kIds lo lhe Maine Discovery Museum or
CoIe 1and TransportatIon Museum. IevIsIl lhe
cIly´s proud loggIng herIlage al lhe MaIne Forest
and 1oggIng Museum In Bradley. And vIsIl nearby
Orono, home oI lhe UnIversIty of MaIne.
Peaks Kenny State Park In Dover-Foxcroft Is lhe Ideal
pIcnIc spol, neslled In lhe mounlaIns along lhe shores oI
Sebec 1ake, vIlh scenIc vIevs oI Borestone MountaIn.
Camp, hIke, svIm or nsh Ior landlocked salmon and lake
lroul.
Greenville Is localed rIghl on lhe edge oI lhe speclacular
Moosehead 1ake, MaIne´s largesl Ireshvaler lake - 40 mIles
long and 20 mIles vIde! Injoy GreenvIlle´s many velcomIng
Inns, cabIns and I&Is, hIke Mt. KIneo, vhIch lovers 700
Ieel In lhe mIdsl oI lhe lake, or vIsIl beaulIIul 1IIy Bay State
Park. In vInler, hIl lhe lraIls Ior a vorld-class snovmobIlIng
or dog-sleddIng advenlure.
KatahdIn Iron Works, near BrownvIIIe junctIon, Is vhere
you´ll nnd GuIf Hagas, lhe "Grand Canyon oI lhe Iasl,' vIlh
Ils numerous valerIalls, vell-marked hIkIng lraIls and vIld
landscapes. One oI MaIne´s nnesl day lrIps.
Jhe Moosehead and KatahdIn areas can be explored vIlh
lhe help oI The Great MaIne Woods and Waters Tour,
vhIch Includes InlerprelIve sIgnage and more lhan 50
valerIalls In IIscalaquIs Counly.
The Penobscot RIver Is lhe longesl oI lhree MaIne rIvers,
renovned Ior whItewater raftIng and 0ovs Inlo lhe shadov oI
Mt. KatahdIn. Ilan an unIorgellable guIded advenlure on lhe
rIver´s vesl branch In sprIng, summer or Iall.
MIIIInocket, once a lumberIng colony, serves as a hub Ior
vIsIlors lo Baxter State Park and Is a Iour-season recrealIon
deslInalIon. JhIs Is lhe spol lo plan your remole nshIng,
vIlderness campIng, hIkIng, and hunlIng expedIlIons.
Baxter State Park Is a magnIncenl, 200,000-acre vIlderness
preserve. JraIls lead up mIle-hIgh Mt. KatahdIn, MaIne´s
hIghesl peak, lhe norlhern lermInus oI lhe AppaIachIan
Trail and begInnIng oI lhe InternatIonaI AppaIachIan
Trail. Ilan ahead lo hIke or camp In lhIs prolecled, lImIled-
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Climatological Division. Maine is divided into three
climatological divisions: Coastal, Southern Interior, and
Northern Interior. The Coastal Division, which extends for
about twenty miles inland along the length of the coast,
is tempered by the ocean, resulting in lower summer
and higher winter temperatures than are typical of
interior zones. The Southern Interior Division extends
in a longitudinal belt across the southern portion of the
State, and encompasses about 30% of Maine’s total area.
The Northern Interior Division occupies nearly 60% of the
State’s area and has a continental climate. It is furthest
from the ocean and contains the highest elevations.
Temperatures. Maine has one of the most comfortable
statewide summer climates in the continental United
States. Peak temperatures, normally occurring in July,
average about 70°F throughout the State. In the Southern
Interior Division during a very warm summer, temperatures
may reach 90° for as many as 25 days, and in the Coastal
Division, two to seven days. Summer nights are usually
comfortably cool. Winters are generally cold, but very
prolonged cold spells are rare. Northern Interior weather
stations may record as many as 40 to 60 days of sub-zero
temperatures annually, while coastal stations report 10 to
20 sub-zero days per year.
Precipitation. Annual precipitation in Maine averages
40 inches in the Northern Division, about 42 inches in
the South and 46 inches in the Coastal Division. Although
Maine is rarely subjected to ice storms, hurricanes and
tornadoes, 10 to 20 thunderstorms occur annually in the
Coastal Division and 15 to 30 elsewhere. Heavy ground
fogs often appear in low-lying inland areas, but occur most
frequently along the coast, for 25 to 60 days annually. The
southern portion has 80 to 120 clear days per year when
there is no fog or other precipitation, and northern regions
somewhat less. The percentage of possible sunshine varies
from 50% in Eastport to about 60% in Portland.
Average annual snowfall in Maine is 50 to 70 inches
in the Coastal Division, 60 to 90 inches in the Southern
Interior and 90 to 110 inches in the Northern Interior.
The Coastal Division rarely has more than 15 to 20 days
annually with snowfall of one inch or more, although a
“Northeaster” may occasionally drop 10 or more inches
of snow in a single day. The Northern Interior may have
up to 30 days a year with a minimum of one inch. January
is normally the snowiest month, with an average of about
20 inches.
MAINE ENJOYS a healthy, invigorating climate.
Its overall weather conditions are a valuable asset
to the state in that good air quality and moderate
temperatures are conducive to productive labor
and a principal factor in Maine’s four-season
vacation/travel industry.
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Bangor Convention &
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947-5205, 800-91-MOOSE
www.visitbangormaine.com
Bangor Region Chamber
of Commerce
947-0307
www.bangorregion.com
Katahdin Area Chamber of
Commerce*
723-4443
www.katahdinmaine.com
Lincoln Lakes Region
Chamber of Commerce*
794-8065
www.lincolnmechamber.org
Moosehead Lake Region
Chamber of Commerce*
695-2702, 888-876-2778
www.mooseheadlake.org
Piscataquis Chamber
of Commerce*
564-7533
www.piscataquischamber.com
Sebasticook Valley
Chamber of Commerce*
368-4698
www.ourchamber.org
The Maine Highlands*
947-5205
800-91-MOOSE
www.themainehighlands.com
* Member Maine Tourism
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Local Chambers
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DownEast & Acadia offers
stunning landscapes, rich
history and abundant
opportunities for recreation,
wildlife watching and pure
relaxation. Watch America’s
frst sunrise from points
Downeast and enjoy the
authentic character of this
spectacular part of Maine.
So Much More to Do…
º Jour lhe Birdsacre-Stanwood Wildlife Sanctuary In Illsvorlh,
a 130-acre nalure preserve lhal shouldn´l be mIssed!
º Jake a lighthouse tour - lhere are more lhan 25 In lhIs regIon!
º VIsIl lhe Wendell Gilley Museum In Soulhvesl Iarbor lo see
a vorld-class voodcarvIng colleclIon.
º Iedal or paddle your vay along lhe coasl. Jhere are bike and
kayak oulnllers In many lovns along lhe vay.
º Injoy aIlernoon tea and popovers on lhe lavn oI lhe beaulIIul
Jordan Pond House In AcadIa IalIonal Iark.
Iome lo AcadIa IalIonal Iark and
lhe dramalIc lIdes oI Cobscook and
Iassamaquoddy Iays.
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Insider’s Guide
Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory in Bucksport
forms a stunning gateway to the region. Catch a panoramic
view from 420 feet up and tour historic Fort Knox. Then
explore the coastal villages on beautiful Blue Hill Peninsula
and Deer Isle/Stonington.
Ellsworth’s lumbering and boat-building past make it
a must for history buffs. Tour the Woodlawn Museum
at Col. John Black’s magnifcent estate. Explore local
shops and restaurants. Stop for some family fun in
Trenton, visit Lamoine State Park or picnic along
the Blackwoods Scenic Byway on Route 182.
Mount Desert Island is home to the bustling
resort town of Bar Harbor as well as
Southwest Harbor and Northeast Harbor on
the island’s “quiet side.” Go whale watching and
then explore Maine’s Native American history at
the Abbe Museum.
Acadia National Park is a magnifcent, 40,000-acre
expanse of mountains-to-the-sea grandeur. Watch the
sunrise from Cadillac Mountain, bike more than 45 miles
of carriage roads built by John D. Rockefeller, Jr., and tour
the scenic 27-mile Loop Road.
Schoodic Point is where you’ll fnd the less-traveled part
of Acadia National Park. Explore the seaside villages of
Hancock, Sullivan, Sorrento, Gouldsboro and Winter
Harbor. See the elegant homes from Milbridge to
Harrington and enjoy a lobster in Jonesport or Beal’s
Island.
Wild blueberry barrens along Machias Bay produce
their luscious harvest in late July and August. Stop in
Machias for a delicious meal and a visit to the Burnham
Tavern Museum to learn about the frst naval battle of the
American Revolution. Then walk along the pebble beach at
beautiful Roque Bluffs State Park.
Maine’s Bold Coast stretches for 30 miles along Route 191
between Cutler and Lubec, offering spectacular vistas. Take
a Puffn trip from Cutler harbor to Machias Seal Island.
Hike or bird watch in the Cutler Coast Public Reserve, one
of Maine’s “untouched treasures.”
Way DownEast, you can explore historic Eastport, enjoy
Quoddy Head State Park, and tour FDR’s summer home on
Campobello Island, Canada (be sure to have your passport
or passport card). Watch sea life in Passamaquoddy Bay
aboard a windjammer. In Calais, visit the St. Croix Island
International Historic Site. Fish for salmon and trout
in Grand Lake Stream, spot rare birds and keep your
camera handy.
“Don’t Miss”
Fairs & Festivals
DownEast Spring
Birding Festival Whiting/Cobscook ............. May
Wings, Waves and Woods
Deer Isle/Stonington ............................................ May
Acadia Birding Festival
Mt. Desert Island ................................................... June
Lupine Festival Deer Isle-Stonington ......... June
Bar Harbor Music Festival ............................. July
Grand Lake Stream
Folk Art Festival ................................................ July
Machias Wild Blueberry Festival ................. Aug.
Winter Harbor Lobster Festival ................... Aug.
Acadia Night Sky Festival
Mount Desert Island ............................................. Sept.
Blue Hill Fair ...................................................... Sept.
Salmon Festival Eastport .............................. Sept.
Fright at the Fort Bucksport/Fort Knox ...... Oct.
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To truly experience Maine, visit
the DownEast & Acadia Region
There’s only one part of
Maine that is home to
Acadia National Park,
Roosevelt Campobello
International Park, an island
mountain that looks over the sea,
more than 25 lighthouses, a coastline
dotted with charming towns and villages,
an outdoor recreation playground filled with sweet
smelling fir and spruce and what seems like a million
ponds, lakes and streams. Historic sites, state parks,
shops, galleries, museums and kid’s attractions await
in what many say is the most scenic and
authentic part of Maine.
Attractions Include:
Acadia National Park
Acadia’s All-American Road
Bold Coast Scenic Byway
Blackwoods Scenic Byway
Burnham Tavern
Col. John Black’s Woodlawn Home
Downeast Sunrise Trail
Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge
Penobscot Narrows Bridge & Observatory
Roosevelt Campobello International Park
Roque Bluffs State Park
Quoddy Head State Park
Schoodic Scenic Byway
St. Croix Island International Historic Site
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³ Guest Laundry, Heated Pool, Jacuzzi
³1 Mile to Downtown
³Minutes to Acadia National Park
Acadia Inn
Bar Harbor’s Most
Accommodating Hotel
³ Bar Harbor’s Premier Oceanfront Resort
³ Elegant Rooms/Suites, Waterfront Balconies
³ Fine Dining and Personal Service
³Best In-town Location
³Luxury Spa and Fitness Center
Bar Harbor Inn & Spa

800-248-3351
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207-288-3351
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Voted One of the Top 500 Hotels in the World
by Travel + Leisure Magazine, 2008 & 2009
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800-336-2463
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³ 153 Spacious Rooms with Ocean Views
³ Extensive Conference Facilities
³ Tennis Courts, Fitness Center
³ Indoor and Outdoor Saltwater Pools
³1 Mile to Downtown
³Open Year Round, Groups Welcome
ATLANTIC OCEANSIDE
Hotel and Conference Center
Quiet, Peaceful and Affordable
888-528-1234
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207-288-5823
www.AcadiaParkInn.com
³92 Comfortable Guest Rooms
³Free Continental Breakfast
³Oversized Beds, Heated Outdoor Pool
³Wireless Internet Access
³Modern Amenities
³Close to Acadia National Park
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³75 Comfortable Guest Rooms
³Quality Gold Award Winner
³Heated Swimming Pool & Hot Tub
³Adjacent Restaurant
³Wireless Internet Access
³Walking Distance to Downtown
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800-841-8925
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AAA Approved
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³ 10 Comfortable Guest Rooms
³ 11 Convenient Motel Rooms
³Wireless Internet Access
³ Air Conditioning, Cable TV, HBO
³ In-Room Coffee, Microwave & Refrigerator
³ Walking Distance to Downtown
Aurora Inn & Motel
Two Bar Harbor Locations
SPECIAL
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PACKAGES
include lodging, meals,
and unforgettable
activities
Please inquire at
each individual property.
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BAR HARBOR CAMPING RESORTS You’ll love
the view at our three Bar Harbor Camping Resorts. Visit
Mt. Desert Narrows or Narrows Too – and enjoy the
ocean bay view. Or... park your RV or pitch your tent at
Patten Pond – a 740-acre lake with a beautiful, private
beach. You’ll find all the amenities and lots to do at
nearby Acadia National Park and historic Bar Harbor.
Cabin, RV, and cottage rentals available. Seasonal sites
starting at $1500, waterfront $4995.
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BAR HARBOR MANOR This year you’ll find
remarkable values at the Bar Harbor Manor! Relax in a
peaceful setting in the heart of Bar Harbor. Newly
renovated luxurious guest rooms & suites. Many have
fireplaces, whirlpools, sitting areas and mini-kitchens.
All rooms have private balcony, AC, fridge, TV, phone,
Wi-Fi and private bath. AAA uuu. 47 Holland Avenue,
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2012 BAR HARBOR MUSIC FESTIVAL
46th Season, July 3–July 29, 2012. Internationally
acclaimed young artists. Francis Fortier, Artistic Director.
For further information and tickets: Bar Harbor Music
Festival, 741 West End Avenue, Suite 4-B, New York,
New York 10025. 212-222-1026. After June 18 – Bar
Harbor Music Festival, 59 Cottage St., Bar Harbor, ME
04609. www.barharbormusicfestival.org
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BAY MEADOW COTTAGES Cozy housekeeping
cottages by the cove, w/beach access. Kitchenettes,
private baths, electric heat, AC, cable TV, wireless
internet. Units for 2-6 people. Guest grilling area, picnic
tables. Nightly and weekly rates. No pets. 5 minutes to
Acadia National Park, 10 minutes to downtown Bar
Harbor. Visa/MC/Amex/Discover. Mid-May through
mid-Oct. High season from $99 d.o.; off season from
$59 d.o. PO Box 1, 126 Old Bar Harbor Road, Salisbury
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CANTERBURY COTTAGE Beautiful Fred Savage
designed cottage in the heart of town. Just a short walk
to shops and restaurants. Minutes to Acadia. Friendly,
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full bath, AC, cable TV, and wi-fi. Full breakfast.
Afternoon refreshments. Off-street parking. Pet Friendly.
Open year round. Rates: Seasonal $89-$155.
12 Roberts Ave., Bar Harbor, ME 04609.
www.canterburycottage.com
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CASTLEMAINE INN In town. Charming! Former
Austro-Hungarian Ambassador’s residence. Quiet side
street 1 block to ocean, 3 blocks to Main St. All private
baths, CATVCR, AC. Some suites & rooms w/king &
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Open May-Oct. Rates: high season $79-$269, off season
$69-$169. 39 Holland Ave., Bar Harbor, ME 04609.
www.castlemaineinn.com
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Reservations 800-860-7430 or 207-288-4970
74 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor, ME 04609
Email: info@holbrookhouse.com
www.holbrookhouse.com
Holbrook House
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surrounded by Acadia National Park,
just minutes from downtown.
100 Eden Street, Bar Harbor, ME 04609
1-800-388-3453 (In U.S. & Canada)
or 207-288-3453 º fax: 207-288-3598
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Enjoy your stay in Bar Harbor in one of our 86 tastefully appointed
ground-level rooms. Choose a 2-bedroom unit or rooms with 1 king bed,
2 double beds, or 2 queen beds. All rooms are air-conditioned, and include
Wi-Fi and mini-refrigerators. Enclosed bicycle locker. Children’s play-
ground. Our comfortable units and heated pool are spaced amid 14 acres
of lawn and trees. We have direct trail access to Acadia National Park, and
are located 1 mile from downtown. Convenient dining nearby.
Family owned and operated.
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CHILTERN INN Pamper yourself in one of four
luxurious suites in an elegant Edwardian mansion. Each
room has a fireplace, marble bathroom, Jacuzzi and
elegant furnishings. Enjoy our soaring ceilings, indoor
pool, spa, sauna, library, theater and grand fireplace
room. Full breakfast. Wine and cheese. All amenities.
Walk to ocean and town. 11 Cromwell Harbor Rd.,
Bar Harbor, ME 04609. www.chilterninnbarharbor.com.
Z07-ZBB-3371 º B00-709-0114
COACH STOP INN Chef Owned/Operated. Coach
Stop Inn bed & breakfast built c.1804 is Bar Harbor’s
oldest inn. You’ll be sure to remember Deborah’s attention
to detail and you will find that the food is what you will be
talking about for many years. Come see why Down East
magazine says Coach Stop Inn is “Where to Stay in
Bar Harbor.” $89–$165. 715 State Highway 3,
Bar Harbor, ME 04609. www.coachstopinn.com
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flower-laden setting on lower Main Street. 10-min. stroll
to town center, 5 min. drive to park entrance. Clean and
comfortable. Private bath, hair dryers, phones, cable TV,
Wi-Fi, air-conditioned. All rooms with microwave and
refrigerator. Heated outdoor pool. Rates: $78-$148 off
season, $135-$165 high season. Packages available.
Cancellation fees imposed.
359 Main St., Bar Harbor, ME 04609. www.cromwellharbor.com
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EMERY’S COTTAGES ON THE SHORE
Located on beautiful Frenchman Bay. Pebble beach,
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GRAYCOTE INN
“A retreat from the everyday.” An 1881 restored Victorian
home offering 12 rooms & suites, all private baths. Bar
Harbor’s first Green Certified lodging. Large yard,
working fireplaces, private sitting rooms, romantic
balconies, A/C. Full hot served breakfast. Short walk to
shops, galleries, restaurants & the harbor. Free off-street
parking & WiFi. No pets or smoking. High season
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HADLEY’S POINT CAMPGROUND Family
camping at its finest. Heated pool, laundry, hot showers,
playground, metered propane, free Wi-Fi, store, picnic
tables and fireplaces, 50/30/20 amp service. Sunday
church services. Walk to public beach. Wooded or
grassy sites. Near Acadia National Park. Shuttle service
available. Weekly rates. May15–Oct 15. Rates: $25-$43.
33 Hadley Point Road, Bar Harbor, ME 04609.
www.hadleyspoint.com
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Two Acres of Quiet Estate Grounds
Lovely Gardens
Balconies · Period Furnishings
Private Baths · Fireplaces
Jacuzzis · Full Breakfast Buąet
Air Conditioning · Phones
3-minute Walk to Downtown
In Bar Harbor’s Historic Corridor
69 Mount Desert Street
207-288-4263
1-80-553-5109 Outside Maine
FAX 207-288-3115
www.miramonte.com
A uniquely different approach to Bed and Breakfast. Our traditional Maine farmhouse and 4 distinctively
different outbuildings offer accommodations from comfortable country bedrooms to luxury suites.
Situated on 30 acres of fields and woods with our own pond. A relaxed, friendly atmosphere where
privacy, conversation, comfort and great food are all welcome ingredients.
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1290 Rt. 102, Bar Harbor, ME 04609
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IVY MANOR and Michelle’s Fine Dining, a AAA uuu
French Country Inn and AAA uuuuFrench restaurant
located in the heart of downtown Bar Harbor. Decor creates
European ambience from the 19th and 20th century.
Balconies, fireplaces and private bath rooms with imported
tiles from London, gourmet off-menu breakfast. Steps to
shopping and ocean. AC throughout, appetizers and
desserts in lounge. 194 Main St., Bar Harbor, ME 04609.
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LULU LOBSTER BOAT RIDE Discover Bar Harbor’s
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Join Captain John on the Lulu for a 2 hour tour of
Frenchman Bay. Enjoy an up-close demonstration of
lobster fishing, fascinating seal watching and breathtaking
coastal scenery. Share the Captain’s interest in nature,
local history and folklore. Open May-October.
Harborside Hotel & Marina, 55 West St.
Tickets: Adjacent to Harborside Hotel
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MANOR HOUSE INN This beautifully restored
Victorian mansion is listed on the national Register of
Historic Places. Fine hospitality, breakfast. Our 18
rooms/suites/cottages are located on an acre of
landscaped grounds. Easy walk to village shops &
restaurants. Select Registry Distinguished Inns of North
America. Rates: In Season $157–$275; Off Season
$90–$210. 106 West Street, Bar Harbor 04609.
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SEA BREEZE OCEAN VIEW MOTEL
Panoramic Ocean View, one mile from Acadia National
Park and four miles to downtown. Resting on 14 wooded
acres and surrounded by edible wild blueberries, the Sea
Breeze has the best natural ocean view in Bar Harbor.
Kids stay free. Pets Welcome. Free In-room coffee,
refrigerator, cable tv, WIFI, air conditioning, spacious
parking, pool, hot tub, and hiking trails. Room sizes
and rates for every budget. Large discount for reserving
online through our website. $49-$199 Prices, availability, and reservations at
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SHORE PATH COTTAGE Bar Harbor’s only B & B
on the spectacular shorepath along Frenchman’s Bay,
our lawn leads to the path into town in 5 minutes. Cozy,
yet gracious (family owned and operated for 35 years),
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views, fireplaces, pvt. baths and books. Enjoy a
delicious, healthy, homemade breakfast around our
diningroom table or on our wraparound seaside porch.
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WOODLAND PARK COTTAGES Eight rustic
cottages surrounded by trees on secluded Emery Cove in
Frenchman Bay. Furnished for light housekeeping,
including gas stove w/ oven, refrigerator, cooking and
eating utensils, heaters, cable TV, Wi-Fi, and linens for
bed, bath and kitchen. Dock, rowboats, picnic tables,
barbecue grills and kayak rental available for guests. See
website for availability, rates and lots of photos! Weekly
rentals only, from Sat. to Sat. Open May-Oct. Rates: high
season $790–$1654; off season $632–$1323. No pets. No Smoking.
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Bar Harbor & Acadia National Park VacationBarHarbor.com | 888.270.9928
BarHarborChamber.com | 800.288.5103
Ocean, mountains,
ponds, lakes, dining,
shopping and galleries
– all on one island
It’s all here...
ºChoose from 5 Scenic Flights of the Area
ºSee up to 12 Lighthouses!
ºSunset & Custom Flights Available
ºA Maine Vacation Tradition for Generations
Route 3 at the Bar Harbor Airport in Trenton
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Local Chambers of Commerce
Contact these local Chambers of Commerce/Associations for further information. Area code in Maine is (207).
Bar Harbor Chamber of
Commerce*
288-5103, 800-345-4617
www.barharbormaine.com
Blue Hill Peninsula
Chamber of Commerce*
374-3242
www.bluehillpeninsula.org
Bucksport Bay Area
Chamber of Commerce*
469-6818, 888-678-6746
www.bucksportbaychamber.com
Castine Merchants
Association*
326-4502
www.castine.me.us
Cobscook Bay Area
Chamber of Commerce*
203-871-3714
www.cobscookbay.com
Deer Isle-Stonington
Chamber of Commerce*
348-6124
www.deerisle.com
DownEast & Acadia
Regional Tourism*
546-3600, 888-665-3278
www.downeastacadia.com
East Grand Lake Area
Chamber of Commerce*
www.eastgrandlake.net
East Penobscot Bay
Association*
469-1144
www.penobscotbay.com
Eastport Chamber of
Commerce*
853-4644
www.eastportchamber.net
Ellsworth Area Chamber
of Commerce*
667-5584
www.ellsworthchamber.org
Grand Lake Stream Area
Chamber of Commerce*
www.grandlakestream.org
Machias Bay Area
Chamber of Commerce*
255-4402
www.machiaschamber.org
Milbridge Area Merchants
Association*
546-7028
www.milbridge.org
Mount Desert Chamber
of Commerce*
276-5040
www.mountdesertchamber.org
Schoodic Area Chamber
of Commerce*
963-7658
www.acadia-schoodic.org
Southwest Harbor/Tremont
Chamber of Commerce*
244-9264
www.acadiachamber.com
St. Croix Valley Chamber
of Commerce*
454-2308, 888-422-3112
www.visitstcroixvalley.com
Trenton Chamber of
Commerce*
667-1259
www.trentonmaine.com
* Member Maine Tourism
Association
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Bluenose Inn ~ Bar Harbor Hotel
90 Eden Street · Bar Harbor, Maine 04609 · Ph: 207-288-3348
Reservations: 1-800-445-4077 · www.barharborhotel.com
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itting dramatically atop a granite, terraced hillside just minutes írom Acadia
National Park, the Bluenose Inn oííers the ultimate escape írom the e·ery
day. Dine high abo·e Bar Iarbor at 1he Looking Glass Restaurant, named
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our exquisite spa treatments at the Lden Spa, or, enjoy
heated indoor and outdoor pools and an o·ersized
whirlpool tub.
Acadia
National
Park
Samuel Champlain explored the area
that now includes Acadia National
Park in 1604, naming it “Isle des
Monts Desert” because of the bare
granite summits. In 1916, a group
in Hancock County led by George
B. Dorr offered 6,000 acres to the
U.S. government for conservation,
land that President Woodrow Wilson
designated Sieur de Monts National
Monument. In 1919, Lafayette
National Park was established.
Acadia received its present name
in 1929, and today it is rated among
the 10 most-visited national parks.
The park has about 47,000 acres
(including conservation easements),
encompassing mountains, lakes,
forest and shoreline. For many
people, a Maine vacation would not
be complete without a visit to Acadia.
In the tradition of its founders,
individuals have donated all of the
park’s lands. Between 1915 and 1933,
John D. Rockefeller Jr. contributed
more than 11,000 acres and built
the wonderful carriage roads. These
broad, smooth, graveled byways
delight equestrians, hikers, bicyclists,
snowshoers and cross-country
skiers. The carriage roads encircle
Jordan Pond and Eagle Lake and
wind around Sargent and Penobscot
Mountains, providing stunning views
of Frenchman Bay and Somes Sound.
Northern and temperate climate
zones overlap here, resulting in an
abundance of wildlife, including 300
species of birds. The park also offers:
º More lhan 120 mIles oI hIkIng lraIls
with breathtaking views
º Jvo campgrounds
º Iark Ioop Ioad, a 20-mIle drIve
starting at the Hulls Cove Visitor
Center, that brings you to Sand Beach,
Thunder Hole, Otter Cliffs, Jordan
Pond and the summit of Cadillac
Mountain. A self-guiding tape is
available at the Visitor Center.
º SvImmIng beaches vIlh lIIeguards
(one on the ocean at Sand Beach, one
at warmer Echo Lake).
º Jhe WIld Gardens oI AcadIa al SIeur
de Monts Spring, where more than
400 plants are labeled and displayed
in their habitat.
Start your visit to Acadia at Hulls
Cove Visitor Center, open from mid-
April through October 31. Ask for
a schedule of ranger-led activities
that include boat cruises, hikes,
walks, talks, children’s programs and
evening programs. During the winter,
visit Park Headquarters on Highway
233, three miles west of Bar Harbor.
Most of the park is located on
Mount Desert Island, easily accessible
by car from Bangor and the coast.
Hancock County Airport is minutes
away. The Island Explorer shuttle
bus picks visitors up at their lodging
or campground and links them to
destinations across Mount Desert
Island and into Acadia National Park.
The service is supported in part by
park fees, so the ride is fare-free. The
shuttle operates from late June to mid-
October.
For more information, call
288-3338 or visit www.nps.gov/acad.
Photo. Acadia National Park - Courtesy
Phillip Duncan.
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Visit our working villages, rugged landscapes, talented artists, eclectic shops, great cooks, and
welcoming innkeepers. Hike, bike explore, sail, and shop. Delight in our lighthouses, lobster, and
lupine. Inhale the smell of freshly cut hay, listen to the waves lap the shore, savor local produce
and the freshest seafood, celebrate our history, pick wild Maine blueberries, glory in the fall
foliage... You'll enjoy the relaxed pace of off-the-beaten path Coastal Maine.
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Gracious dining and lodging
Best Classic B&B in Maine, Yankee Magazine 2010
"extraordinary hospitality" "best restaurant in Blue Hill"
Castine, Maine
207-326-8003
www.castinecottages.com
Each with a beautiful water view
15 shorefront cottages on 100 secluded
acres. Great views. Pleasant country style
accommodations with home cooked
Maine meals. Housekeeping offseason.
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15 shorefront cottages on 100 secluded
acres. Great views. Pleasant country style
accommodations with home cooked
Maine meals. Housekeeping offseason.
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207-326-4951 º www.hiramblakc.com
Dcb & Davc Ludlow, Hifam Blakc Camp
22O Wcif Covc Rd., Hafbofsidc, MI O4642
207-326-4951 º www.hiramblakc.com
Dcb & Davc Ludlow, Hifam Blakc Camp
22O Wcif Covc Rd., Hafbofsidc, MI O4642
207-326-4951 º www.hiramblakc.com
Dcb & Davc Ludlow, Hifam Blakc Camp
22O Wcif Covc Rd., Hafbofsidc, MI O4642
Where history meets the sea...
Enjoy outstanding cuisine at our restaurant the Whale's Rib Tavern
Picked by forbes.com as, "One of the best bed and breakfasts."
A 2006 Editors' Choice - Yankee Magazine Travel Guide
to New England
12 Comfortable rooms with private baths
3 Outstanding Cottages
This historic Select Registry
Inn offers water views
from each room
207-348-6615 888-778-7505
www.pilgrimsinn.com
20 Main Street, Deer Isle, Maine 04627
ORLAND
HOUSE
Bed and
Breakfast
Open Year- Round
Cottage Available
207-469-1144ºwww.orlandhousebb.com
10 Narramissic Dr. Orland, ME 04472
Let Your
Adventure
Start Here!
130 Settlement Rd., Stonington, ME 04681
207-367-8977 2 www.oldquarry.com
Premier oceanfront facility with access to the best boating on the
East Coast. We offer camping, boat rentals, kayak & sailing lessons,
guided kayak trips, eco-tours, lobster bakes, swimming, ferry
service to Isle au Haut, a campstore, Weddings & Functions.
Since 1910
Rosen’s Store
72 Main St., Bucksport ME
207-469-3306
web:www.rosensstore.com
Open Year Round
1-800-942-2420
45 Main St.
Stonington, ME
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P.O. Box 267, Ellsworth, Maine 04605
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952 Bar Harbor Rd.,Trenton, ME 04605
(207) 667-8452 º www.acadiasunrise.com
Your Acadia Vacation Home
The whole family will enjoy riding the train through the Ellsworth area on the Downeast Scenic Railroad.
Averaging 1-1/2 hours long, our excursions will leave from Downtown Ellsworth along Route 1 on
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Whether you like to hike, bike, swim,
sail or just relax by the pool, the Kimball Terrace Inn
has iì all! Ovcflooking a cfysìal bluc hafbof, aì ìhc cdgc of Acadia
National Park, the Inn has all ìhc amcniìics ìoday`s ìravelers expect,
in a picìufcsquc Mainc coasì scììing. Mosì fooms havc pfivaìc
balconies facing ìhc hafbof and luxufy yachì marina. Our smoke-
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Nofìhcasì Hafbof, wiìh iìs supcfb shops is a shofì walk along a shady
fooìpaìh. Busìling Baf Hafbof is |usì 11 milcs away. And golf,
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10 Huntington Rd,
Northeast Harbor, Me 04662
Tel:800-454-6225
Fax: 207-276-4102
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Relax to the Sound of the Surf
Prospect Harhor, Naine 04669
Tel: 207-96J-5557 º Fax: 207-96J-5928
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Oceanside Meadows Inn
At the head of Sand Cove
Oceanside Meadows Inn
At the head of Sand Cove
Uncrowded, Unspoiled -- Savor the Unexpected -- Thrill to the
Schoodic District of Acadia National Park and the Schoodic Peninsula's
spectacular community. To learn more, visit our website at:
Winter Harbor º Gouldsboro & its Villages of Birch Harbor, Corea &
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( Harbor & Garden Views
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Winter Harbor, ME 04693
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Connecting science, education,
parks and people in partnership
with Acadia National Park
207.288.1310 www. ser ci nst i t ut e. or g
SERC Institute is the nonprofit partner of Acadia National Park
and the Schoodic Education and Research Center. Lectures,
programs, workshops, and classes for the public and to schools.
Facilities rentals for meetings and conferences.
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Acadia National Scenic
Byway All-American Road DE
Rte. 3 from Trenton to Bar Harbor and
Park Loop Road on Mt. Desert Island
41 mi/66.0 km
Loop through Acadia National Park, Bar
Harbor, free Island Explorer shuttle bus
Old Canada Road National
Scenic Byway KV
U.S. Rte. 201 from Solon to Sandy Bay
78.16 mi/125.8 km
Kennebec and Dead Rivers, Wyman Lake,
The Forks, fall foliage, wildlife, small towns
Rangeley Lakes National
Scenic Byway MM
Rtes. 4 and 17 from Madrid to
Township E around Rangeley Lake
35.6 mi/57.3 km
Height of Land, Rangeley, mountains,
lakes, wildlife, Saddleback Mountain,
Appalachian Trail
Schoodic National
Scenic Byway DE
Rtes. 1 and 186 from Hancock
to Prospect Harbor
40 mi/64.4 km
Schoodic section of Acadia National Park;
rocky coast, fishing villages, lighthouses,
blueberry barrens
Pequawket Trail
Scenic Byway MM
Rte. 113 from Standish to Gilead
60 mi/96.6 km
Saco River, Fryeburg, lakes and ponds, small
towns, White Mountain National Forest
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and Heritage
Trails
See Map on pgs. 10-11 for Regions.
For more information, go to www.visitmaine.com or
www.exploremaine.org. Points of interest are in italic.
Photo: Acadia National Park - Courtesy Phillip Duncan
AC = Aroostook County DE = DownEast & Acadia GP = Greater Portland & Casco Bay
KV = Kennebec & Moose River Valleys MB = The Maine Beaches MC = Mid-Coast
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Scenic Byway Region
Location, Mile/Kilometer
Scenic Byway Region
Location, Mile/Kilometer
Scenic Byway Region
Location, Mile/Kilometer
Heritage Trail Region
Location
Grafton Notch
Scenic Byway MM
Rte. 26 from Newry to Upton
14.1 mi/22.7 km
Bear River, Grafton Notch State Park,
hiking trails, waterfalls
Grindstone
Scenic Byway MH
Rtes. 11 and 159 from Medway to
Baxter State Park at Mattagamon;
Rte. 157 from Medway to Millinocket
to Baxter State Park at Togue Pond
89 mi/143.2 km
Katahdin, Penobscot River Headwaters,
Grand Lake Road, small towns, forests,
wildlife, Gateway to the North Maine
Woods
Million Dollar View
Scenic Byway AC, DE
U.S. Rte. 1 from Danforth to Orient
8 mi/12.9 km
Chiputneticook chain of lakes, Peekaboo
Mountain, wildlife
Seboomook
Scenic Byway KV, MH
Rte. 15 from Jackman to Greenville
and from Greenville to Kokadjo
68 mi/109.4 km
Moosehead Lake, Brassua Lake, Moose
River, mountains, forests, wildlife
Fish River Scenic Byway AC
Rte. 11 from Portage to Ft. Kent
37 mi/59.5 km
Eagle Lake, Fish River, forests, meadows,
wildlife
State Route 27
Scenic Byway MM
Rte. 27 from Kingfield to Coburn Gore
(Carrabassett Valley)
47 mi/75.6 km
Carrabassett River, Flagstaff Lake,
Mt. Abraham and the Bigelow Range,
Cathedral Pines, Chain of Ponds, Sugarloaf
Blackwoods
Scenic Byway DE
Rte. 182 from Franklin to Cherryfield
12.5 mi/20.1 km
Also known as Blackwoods Byway; Tunk
and Schoodic Mountains, granite cliffs,
blueberry barrens, wildlife
St. John Valley Cultural
Byway/La Route Culturelle
de la vallée St-Jean AC
Rte. 161 from Allagash to Ft. Kent;
Rte. 1 from Ft. Kent to Hamlin and
Rte. 162 to St. Agatha
91.8 mi/147.7 km
The Acadian Culture and Heritage are
featured attraction. Museums, Historic
societies, scenic international river valley,
outdoor winter sports
Bold Coast Scenic Byway DE
Route 1 in the town of Milbridge
at the junction of Route 1 and High
Street, then along Route 1 to the towns
of Cherryfield, Harrington,
Columbia, and Columbia
Falls where the Byway turns
southerly onto Route 187
through the towns of Addison,
Jonesport, Beals, and
Jonesboro where the Byway
rejoins Route 1 proceeding
easterly through the towns
of Whitneyville, Machias, and East
Machias to Route 191 where the
Byway proceeds through the towns
of Machiasport, Cutler, to Route 189
where the Byway proceeds easterly
on Route 189 through the town of
Lubec to the junction of Route 189 and
Water Street. From the junction of
Route 191 with Route 189 the Byway
also proceeds westerly along Route
189 to Route 1 in the town of Whiting
where the Byway follows Route 1
to the junction of Route 190 in the
town of Perry where the Byway turns
southerly on Route 190 through Sipayik
(Pleasant Point Passamaquoddy
Indian Territory) to City of Eastport to
the junction of Route 190 and Water
Street, which is the eastern terminus
of the Bold Coast Scenic Byway
125 mi/201.1 km
Experience the rugged beauty of coastal
Down East Maine, traveling along the
rocky coast and passing through iconic
wild blueberry barrens, sparsely developed
coastal forests, historic villages lined with
structures listed on the National Register
of Historic Places, former centers of 19th
Century shipbuilding, and active fishing
harbors.
Kennebec Chaudiére
Heritage Corridor KV, MC
U.S. Route 201 from Popham Beach
to Quebec City
www.visitmaine.com
Maritime, Franco-American and Native
American heritage; tells the story of the
“migration of peoples along a natural
path;” audio tour available
Portland Freedom Trail GP
In-town Portland
www.portlandfreedomtrail.org
16 sites highlighting people, places, events
and daily life associated with Underground
Railroad and anti-slavery movement in
Portland
Maine Art Museum
Trail GP, KV, MB, MC, MH, MM
www.maineartmuseums.org
Seven distinguished art museums
showcase more than 53,000 works of art,
from ancient to contemporary
St. Croix International
Heritage Waterway DE
110 miles from East Grand Lake to
Passamaquoddy Bay
www.stcroix.org
25-foot tides, Moosehorn Wildlife Refuge,
St. Croix Island International Historic Site
Voici the Valley Cultureway AC
100 miles along St. John River from
Allagash, ME to Grand Falls, NB
www.voicithevalley.org
French, Scots-Irish and Native American
heritage; distinctive museums, artisans,
farms, music and cuisine; audio tour and
guidebook available
Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail AC, MH
Full loop Bangor-Greenville-Eagle
Lake-Mattawamkeag-Bangor
www.thoreauwabanakitrail.org
Henry David Thoreau’s trips to Maine
followed ancient Wabanaki canoe
routes through vast wilderness including
Chesuncook Lake, Mt. Katahdin and the
Allagash
Northern Forest
Canoe Trail AC, KV, MH, MM
Umbagog Lake SW of Rangeley
to the St. John River at Fort Kent
www.northernforestcanoetrail.com
740-mile historic waterway linking New
York, Vermont, Québec, New Hampshire
and Maine; follows traditional Native
American water routes
Kennebec &
Moose River Valleys
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A
vivid landscape of river towns, lakes, mountains and vast forests,
the Kennebec & Moose River Valleys region offers visitors a
wonderful combination of outdoor adventure, scenic splendor, history
and culture. Famous for its whitewater rafting and snowmobiling, the
region also boasts nationally known museums, Shakespearean theater,
Maine’s capital city, and an international heritage corridor.
An outdoor lover’s paradise for
whitewater rafting and snowmobiling.
So Much More to Do…
Discover Maine-made goods at the º Center for Maine Craft, in the
West Gardiner Service Plaza off the Maine Turnpike.
Hike or cross-country ski at the º Grand Falls Hut on the banks of the
Dead River, part of the Maine Huts & Trails system.
Reserve your seats at the º Shakespearean Theater of Maine in
Monmouth, a year-round professional repertory company.
Pick your own apples º at one of the region’s many orchards and enjoy
the crisp air and brilliant fall colors.
Head to º Jackman where you can canoe the 34-mile Moose River Bow
Trip, one of Maine’s fnest wilderness paddling adventures.
Somerset county is the maple syrup capitol of the world from º Fairfeld
to Jackman.
Bike, walk or run the beautiful seven-mile º Kennebec River Rail Trail,
Downtown Augusta to Downtown Gardiner.
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Kennebec & Moose River Valleys
KennebecValley.org
“Don’t Miss”
Fairs & Festivals
Lake George Regional Park
Winter Carnival and Ice
Fishing Derby Skowhegan .................................... Feb.
Maple Sunday Statewide ...................................... March
Northeast Championship
Sled Dog Race Jackman ........................................ March
Riverfest 2012 Skowhegan ................................... June
Whatever Family Festival &
Kids Day in Capitol Park
Augusta, Gardiner, Hallowell & Winthrop ............ June-July
Intown Arts Fest Waterville ................................. July
Kennebec River Fest Bingham ............................ July
Kneading Conference Skowhegan ...................... July
Maine International
Film Festival Waterville ........................................ July
Maine Quilts Annual Show Augusta .................. July
Skowhegan State Fair Skowhegan ..................... Aug.
Taste of Greater Waterville Waterville .............. Aug.
FrancoFest Waterville ............................................ Sept.
Monmouth Apple Fest Monmouth ..................... Sept.
HarvestFest Waterville .......................................... Oct.
Kringleville & Festival of
Lights Parade Waterville ...................................... Dec.
Insider’s Guide
Hallowell, the smallest city in Maine has a lot to offer. Enjoy the
Museum in the Streets, a walking tour of Historic Hallowell.
Shop the historical downtown with galleries, antique shops, and
fne restaurants. Walk the Kennebec Rail Trail, visit Vaughn
Woods or see a show at the oldest continuously operating
community theater in Maine at the Gaslight Theater. Stop by
and visit the neighboring town of Gardiner where you’ll fnd
more buildings on the historic register than any other city in
the area. Walk the historic downtown or visit the waterfront for
beautiful views of the Kennebec River.
In Augusta, Maine’s capital city, you can explore 12,000 years
of history at the Maine State Museum and visit the Capitol
Building with its 180-foot granite dome. Make time for Old Fort
Western, built in 1754, and Viles Arboretum. Shopping: From
local specialty stores to Maine’s largest open-air center with 40
stores serving a population of 340,000.
Waterville boasts two colleges, Colby and Thomas, the turn-of-
the-century Waterville Opera House, and the renowned Maine
International Film Festival. Be sure to see the outstanding
collection of American art at the Colby College Museum of Art.
The Two Cent Bridge is the oldest wire bridge in the country
and was recently refurbished for handicapped accessibility.
Recreational trails abound: the Quarry Road Trails are groomed
in the winter, and the Kennebec Messalonskee Trails are
located throughout the region.
The Skowhegan Indian––62-feet tall––welcomes you to this
classic river town. Skowhegan is also nationally known as the
home of Senator Margaret Chase Smith, the frst woman U.S.
Senator. Visit the Margaret Chase Smith Library, cross the
Kennebec River on the Swinging Bridge or see a show at
historic Lakewood Theater. In nearby Hinckley, discover the
offbeat L.C. Bates Museum.
The Belgrade Lakes region inspired Ernest Thompson to write
his play, On Golden Pond. Enjoy superb fshing, boating, hiking,
biking and golf on a championship course, plus spectacular fall
foliage and winter cross-country skiing and ice fshing.
The Forks, a hub for whitewater rafting, is where the Dead
and Kennebec Rivers converge. Local outftters provide gear,
meals and lodging. Visitors also enjoy snowmobiling, ATVing,
hunting, fshing, moose spotting, or canoe & kayaking. Take a
hike on the Appalachian Trail or make the half mile trek to 96 foot
Moxie Falls.
The Old Canada Road National Scenic Byway (Route 201)
traces a centuries-old travel route between Maine and Canada.
Wind through scenic forests, mountains and old-time villages,
along the Kennebec River, Wyman Lake and the Dead River,
between Solon and the Quebec border. Be sure to stop by
Robbings Hill Forest Trail System for a spectacular view and
walking trails.
Jackman, on The Old Canada Road, is gateway to 60 lakes,
ponds and streams as well as an extensive interconnected
snowmobiling trail system and a growing ATV trail network.
Picnic at the Attean View rest area. Stay at a traditional sporting
camp. Canoe, kayak or fsh for trout and landlocked salmon.
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PO Box 246ºHa||owe||, ME 04347º207-620-7477
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Cabins with Kitchens - WiFi - Air Conditioning - TV’s
and Bathrooms - 300+ Miles of A7V Trails at Your
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Hunting Trips - Short Walk to Kennebec River
Fire Pits and Picnic Tables for Relaxing
Only 2 hours North of Portland
Gateway Recreation & Lodging
Augusta Board of Trade
622-9100
Belgrade Lakes Region Business
Group*
www.belgradelakesmaine.com
Forks Area Chamber
of Commerce*
663-2121, www.forksarea.com
Hallowell Area Board of Trade*
620-7477, www.hallowell.org
Jackman Moose River Region
Chamber of Commerce*
668-4171, 888-633-5225
www.jackmanmaine.org
Kennebec Valley Chamber of
Commerce*
623-4559, www.augustamaine.com
Kennebec Valley Tourism Council*
623-4883, 800-393-8629
www.kennebecvalley.org
Maine Offce of Tourism
www.visitmaine.com
Maine Tourism Association
623-0363, www.mainetourism.com
Mid-Maine Chamber
of Commerce*
873-3315
www.midmainechamber.com
Skowhegan Area Chamber of
Commerce*
474-3621, 888-772-4392
www.skowheganchamber.com
Waterville Main Street*
680-2055
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Bowdoin International
Music Festival .........................................June-Aug
Windjammer Days
Boothbay Harbor ........................................June
Harpswell Festival Harpswell ...............July
Lobster Boat Races Harpswell ..............July
North Atlantic Blues
Festival Rockland .....................................July
Belfast Harbor Fest &
National Boatbuilding Contest ...........Aug.
Maine Lobster Festival Rockland .........Aug.
Union Fair and Maine
Wild Blueberry Festival ........................Aug.
Camden Windjammer Festival ............Sept.
Common Ground Fair Unity ..................Sept.
Pumpkinfest Damariscotta .....................Oct.
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Brunswick, home to Bowdoin College, is Maine’s oldest
college town. Browse the many shops, restaurants and galleries
along Maine Street and visit the outstanding Bowdoin College
Museum of Art. Catch music on the mall Wednesday evenings
during the summer. And hop on the Androscoggin
River Bike Path.
Bath is the perfect place to explore the region’s
boatbuilding heritage. Visit the Maine Maritime
Museum. See what’s happening at the Chocolate
Church Arts Center. And head down the Phippsburg
Peninsula to spectacular Popham Beach and historic
Fort Popham.
Arrowsic and Georgetown are picturesque villages
along Route 127 where you’ll nd scenic salt marshes,
art galleries and pottery studios. Picnic at Reid State
Park, with sweeping views of islands and lighthouses.
Stop for fresh-caught Maine lobster at Five Islands.
Boothbay Harbor is a popular tourist destination and
a great place for kayaking, whale watching, sport
shing or pufn tours. Stay in a cottage along the
shore and make a day trip to the Boothbay Railway
Village or the magnicent Coastal Maine Botanical
Gardens.
In Damariscotta and Newcastle, you’ll nd 19
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century
storefronts lled with shops, restaurants and galleries. Check
out the events (and ice cream) at Round Top Center for the
Arts, taste world-class locally cultivated oysters and discover
enormous prehistoric shell mounds.
Discover Harpswell’s 216 miles of coastline. Enjoy Maine’s
freshest lobsters, tour artists’ studios, take a nature cruise to
Eagle Island and stay at a seaside cottage or historic inn. The
working waterfronts, walking trails, birding, beaches and boating
offer an authentic Maine experience.
Explore Waldoboro’s Historic Village, exit right from Rt. 1 at the
“Welcome to Waldoboro” sign, follow West Main Street all the
way down Cordwood Hill to the scenic Medomak River, biggest
producer of clams in the state, enjoy some local color at the
tavern, cafe, galleries and the famous Waldo Theatre, continue on
Main Street to Rt. 1 at Moody’s Diner, bakers of some of Maine’s
nest home-made pies.
Rockland’s lively arts and culture scene includes the world-
class collections at the Farnsworth Art Museum and the Wyeth
Center. Stop by the Pufn Project Visitor Center and Maine
Lighthouse Museum. Ferry out to Vinalhaven, North Haven
or Matinicus. Discover award-winning restaurants.
Camden is a classic harbor town, lled with quaint inns and
B&Bs and framed by the magnicent Camden Hills. Hike
or drive up Mt. Battie and then relax in a harborside pub
overlooking windjammers and shing boats. Make a side trip to
the charming arts community of Rockport.
In Belfast, stroll along the harbor from Heritage Park;
encounter interactive street sculptures, art galleries, boutiques,
restaurants and historic homes. Take an afternoon cruise on
the Friendship Sloop Amity. In nearby Searsport, visit the
Penobscot Marine Museum.
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Take Route 130 to º Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, perched
dramatically on a wide stretch of wave-buffeted rocky coast.
From º Port Clyde, take the ferry out to enchanting Monhegan
Island, beloved for its dramatic vistas and artistic heritage.
Hit the hiking trails and artist studios.
Discover the wineries, distilleries, orchards, vineyards and farms º
that comprise the Maine Wine Trail. (www.mainewinetrail.com)
Catch a summer musical at the º Maine State Music Theatre
in Brunswick. (www.msmt.org)
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form a stunning backdrop to Mid-Coast Maine’s picture-perfect
fshing villages, seaside resorts and bustling harbor towns. Delve
deeply into Maine’s maritime past, watch whales and puffns, explore
by bike or sea kayak and dine on world-class seafood. Here, arts and
culture fourish amidst the romance of the sea.
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“Don’t Miss”
Fairs & Festivals
Bowdoin International
Music Festival .........................................June-Aug
Windjammer Days
Boothbay Harbor ........................................June
Harpswell Festival Harpswell ...............July
Lobster Boat Races Harpswell ..............July
North Atlantic Blues
Festival Rockland .....................................July
Belfast Harbor Fest &
National Boatbuilding Contest ...........Aug.
Maine Lobster Festival Rockland .........Aug.
Union Fair and Maine
Wild Blueberry Festival ........................Aug.
Camden Windjammer Festival ............Sept.
Common Ground Fair Unity ..................Sept.
Pumpkinfest Damariscotta .....................Oct.
137. Schooner sailing past Rockland Breakwater.
138 Top. Lobster Dinner with corn and steamers.
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MainesMidCoast.com
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Brunswick, home to Bowdoin College, is Maine’s oldest
college town. Browse the many shops, restaurants and galleries
along Maine Street and visit the outstanding Bowdoin College
Museum of Art. Catch music on the mall Wednesday evenings
during the summer. And hop on the Androscoggin
River Bike Path.
Bath is the perfect place to explore the region’s
boatbuilding heritage. Visit the Maine Maritime
Museum. See what’s happening at the Chocolate
Church Arts Center. And head down the Phippsburg
Peninsula to spectacular Popham Beach and historic
Fort Popham.
Arrowsic and Georgetown are picturesque villages
along Route 127 where you’ll fnd scenic salt marshes,
art galleries and pottery studios. Picnic at Reid State
Park, with sweeping views of islands and lighthouses.
Stop for fresh-caught Maine lobster at Five Islands.
Boothbay Harbor is a popular tourist destination and
a great place for kayaking, whale watching, sport
fshing or puffn tours. Stay in a cottage along the
shore and make a day trip to the Boothbay Railway
Village or the magnifcent Coastal Maine Botanical
Gardens.
In Damariscotta and Newcastle, you’ll fnd 19
th
century
storefronts flled with shops, restaurants and galleries. Check
out the events (and ice cream) at Round Top Center for the
Arts, taste world-class locally cultivated oysters and discover
enormous prehistoric shell mounds.
Discover Harpswell’s 216 miles of coastline. Enjoy Maine’s
freshest lobsters, tour artists’ studios, take a nature cruise to
Eagle Island and stay at a seaside cottage or historic inn. The
working waterfronts, walking trails, birding, beaches and boating
offer an authentic Maine experience.
Explore Waldoboro’s Historic Village, exit right from Rt. 1 at the
“Welcome to Waldoboro” sign, follow West Main Street all the
way down Cordwood Hill to the scenic Medomak River, biggest
producer of clams in the state, enjoy some local color at the
tavern, cafe, galleries and the famous Waldo Theatre, continue on
Main Street to Rt. 1 at Moody’s Diner, bakers of some of Maine’s
fnest home-made pies.
Rockland’s lively arts and culture scene includes the world-
class collections at the Farnsworth Art Museum and the Wyeth
Center. Stop by the Puffn Project Visitor Center and Maine
Lighthouse Museum. Ferry out to Vinalhaven, North Haven
or Matinicus. Discover award-winning restaurants.
Camden is a classic harbor town, flled with quaint inns and
B&Bs and framed by the magnifcent Camden Hills. Hike
or drive up Mt. Battie and then relax in a harborside pub
overlooking windjammers and fshing boats. Make a side trip to
the charming arts community of Rockport.
In Belfast, stroll along the harbor from Heritage Park;
encounter interactive street sculptures, art galleries, boutiques,
restaurants and historic homes. Take an afternoon cruise on
the Friendship Sloop Amity. In nearby Searsport, visit the
Penobscot Marine Museum.
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Boothbay Harbor Region Chamber
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633-2353, www.boothbayharbor.com
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633-4743
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Damariscotta Region Chamber of
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563-8340
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563-3175
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833-5509, www.harpswellmaine.org
Mid-Coast Chamber Council*
725-8797, 800-787-4284
www.mainesmidcoast.com
Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber
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596-0376; 800-223-5459 (msg. only line)
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Phippsburg Business Association*
389-1457
Searsport Economic Development
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548-2141, www.searsportme.net
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548-2868, www.searsportme.net
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725-8797, 877-725-8797
www.midcoastmaine.com
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785-3300
www.unionareachamber.org
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www.waldoborobusiness.org
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Great Hikes Abound in Maine ...........157
Canoeing & Kayaking .........................158
Cruises, Ferries and
Fishing Charters..............................160
Whitewater Rafting .............................161
Alpine and Nordic Skiing ...................161
State Parks, State Historic Sites,
and Public Reserved Lands ...........162
Maine Gardens List ............................164
Golf Courses ........................................165
Museums ..............................................166
Galleries and Performing Arts...........167
Lighthouses .........................................168
Travel Service Directory ....................169
Aroostook County .............................169
DownEast & Acadia ..........................169
Greater Portland & Casco Bay .........173
Kennebec & Moose River Valleys ....175
The Maine Beaches ...........................177
Mid-Coast ..........................................180
The Maine Highlands -
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Maine’s Lakes & Mountains ............187
Sakom Twp, T6 ND BPP DE
Farm Cove Community Forest -
Pocumcus Lake Trail
Moderate 3.6m Loop
This trail provides options for short or
moderate loops to the quiet, undeveloped
shoreline of Pocumcus Lake passing through a
variety of forest types that provide habitat for
diverse wildlife.
Searsport MC
Moose Point State Park
Easy 1.5m Network
Enjoy an afternoon picnic and the views of
Penobscot Bay at Moose Point State Park.
Relax in an evergreen grove, explore tidal
pools, take a walk on the trails, or just take
in the views.
South Berwick MB
Vaughan Woods Memorial State Park
Easy, Moderate 3.7m Network
A 160 acre park in southern Maine, is one
of Maine’s hidden gems waiting to be
discovered. Hundred year old trees tower over
shady trails, and ancient streams feed the
tranquil Salmon Falls River.
T15 R9 WELS AC
Deboullie Public Reserved Land
Moderate, Advanced 10.7m Network
The 21,871-acre Deboullie Public Lands offers
backcountry hiking and pond-side camping
in a striking landscape east of the Allagash
Region. Multiple hiking loops with wide vistas
of forest lands are centered around scenic
Deboullie Pond.
T2 R13 WELS MH
Big Spencer Public Reserved Land
Advanced 4m Round Trip
This remote 2-mile trail hiking includes some
ladders and steep sections as it rises to the
flat-topped summit. Wide ranging vistas
provide views of the mountains and lakes
surrounding Moosehead Lake and the upper
Penobscot River watershed.
T9 SD DE
Donnell Pond Public Reserve Land -
Schoodic Mountain and Beach Trails
Easy, Moderate 2.4m Network
Schoodic Mountain and Schoodic Beach are
popular destinations within the Donnell Pond
Public Lands Unit. Schoodic’s summit is bare
and flat with 360 degree views, including
dramatic views over Frenchman Bay and
Mount Desert Island.
Turner MM
Androscoggin Riverlands State Park -
Hiking Trails
Easy, Moderate, Advanced 20m Network
This extensive trail network, offering
numerous recreational opportunities for
hikers, stretches over 2,345 acres, making for
a great adventure outdoors. Scenic outlooks,
wildlife, historical remains, and trail variation
cater to all hikers.
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Maine has many beautiful hiking trails ranging from easy urban
walks to remote wilderness backpacking trails and from paths
along the shoreline to technical mountain climbing. We are lucky
to contain the longest stretches of the Appalachian Trail with
access to day hikes as well as wilderness overnights, miles of trails
and carriage paths to explore Acadia National Park and numerous
State Parks, Public Preserve Lands and Land Trust trail networks.
Source: Maine Trailfnder
Great
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See Map on pgs. 10-11 for Regions.
Listed alphabetically by town. Trail Descriptions are in italic.
AC = Aroostook County DE = DownEast & Acadia GP = Greater Portland & Casco Bay
KV = Kennebec & Moose River Valleys MB = The Maine Beaches MC = Mid-Coast
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Cataracts Trail
Moderate 0.7m Round Trip
This short hiking trail along Frye Brook in the
Mahoosuc Public Reserved Land offers many
chances to view the clear pools and small,
tumbling drops of the brook as well as a small
picnic area at the end of the trail.
Carrabassett Valley MM
Maine Hut Trail – Narrow Gauge
to Poplar Stream
Moderate 5.9m Network
The Poplar Stream Falls Trails are part of a
larger trail network managed for a range of
non-motorized activities including hiking,
snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. This
trail leads to spectacular waterfalls and a full-
service back-country hut.
Castle Hill AC
Haystack Mountain
Moderate 0.4m Round Trip
One of Aroostook County’s gems, Haystack
Mountain is a must see for everyone. It
offers one of the best 360’ views in the entire
“County”. The short but rugged hike will allow
one to experience the outstanding views of
Northern Maine.
Cutler DE
Cutler Coast Public Reserved Land
Advanced, Strenuous 9.6m Network
Offering a taste of wilderness in Down East
Maine along the famous Bold Coast, Cutler
Coast Public Lands is a 12,334-acre expanse
of a variety of ecosystems including 4.5 miles
of headlands overlooking the Bay of Fundy.
Damariscotta MC
Whaleback Shell Midden State
Historic Site
Easy 0.5m Loop
This half mile interpretive trail takes visitors
on a short hike along the shore of the
Damariscotta River where historic shell
mounds created by native people over a
thousand year period can still be seen.
Eastport DE
Shackford Head State Park
Easy, Moderate, Advanced 3.2m Network
Several miles of hiking trails from the parking
area lead through woods to a rocky headland
173 feet above sea level, passing several
pocket beaches and protected coves. Several
overlooks provide spectacular views of
Cobscook Bay.
Gray, New Gloucester,
North Yarmouth GP
Pineland Public Reserved Land
Easy, Moderate 3.2m Network
The Pineland Public Land Unit offers abundant
wildlife and a pleasing landscape of forests
over rolling hills. Hikers are invited to explore
this hidden property.
Kittery MB
Fort McClary State Historic Site
Easy 0.6m Network
For more than 275 years, Fort McClary has
stood to protect the approaches to the
Piscataqua River at the southern gateway
to Kittery, Maine. The evidence of changing
history is preserved at this fort for generations
to enjoy.
Town Region
Trail Name, Difficulty Level Length
Newcastle MC
Dodge Point Public Reserved Land
Easy, Moderate 6.1m Network
With over 500 acres, Dodge Point offers over
8,000 feet of frontage along the Damariscotta
River and provides secluded pocket beaches
and vistas for visitors as well as a diversified
environment for many species of plants and
animals.
Portland GP
Eastern Promenade Trail
Easy 4.2m One Way
This paved waterfront trail built along an
old rail corridor offers spectacular harbor
and ocean views, beach access, and trail
connections to the top of the Eastern
Promenade park, and to the Bayside and Back
Cove Trails.
Pownal GP
Bradbury Mountain State Park -
Hiking Trails
Easy, Moderate, Advanced 21.5m Network
Although Bradbury Mountain is only 485’ high,
the park offers sweeping views of Casco Bay,
over 21 miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian
trails, camping, a playground and family
friendly activities year round.
Rangeley MM
Hunter Cove Wildlife Sanctuary
Easy 1.6m Network
Hunter Cove offers 1.5 miles of easy, flat trails
with several loop options. The trails lead
out to a beautiful section of Hunter Cove on
Rangeley Lake with a few benches for picnic
opportunities.
Rome KV
Mount Phillip Trail
Moderate 1.3m Loop
This moderate loop trail passes through
mature stands of pines and hemlock as it
ascends to the top of Mount Phillip with
several overlooks along the way.
Rome KV
The Mountain Trail
Moderate 1.5m Loop
This trail system climbs The Mountain
situated between Long Pond and Great
Pond just north of Belgrade Lakes Village,
offering great views of both lakes and a nice,
moderated hiking experience.
Rome, Vienna KV
Kennebec Highlands - Round Top
Moderate 3.3m Network
This trail in the Kennebec Highlands Public
Reserved Land offers an opportunity for
moderate hiking and several outlooks
providing spectacular views from Round Top
of the surrounding landscape of lakes and
mountains.
Saco MB
Ferry Beach State Park
Easy 1.7m Network
For those that would like a less crowded
beach in the Old Orchard area with an
accompanying trail network, Ferry Beach
State Park offers a quiet, family friendly ocean
beach and trails, located just 2 miles from the
center of Old Orchard Beach.
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Trail Name, Difficulty Level Length
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Area code in Maine is (207). See Map on pgs. 10-11 for Regions.
Listed alphabetically by town. All listed are members of Maine Tourism Association.
For detailed member information, visit www.mainetourism.com.
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Danforth DE
Rideout’s Lakeside Lodge
& Cottages
448-2440; 800-594-5391
Eliot MB
Indian Rivers Campground
748-0844; 866-915-1807
Ellsworth DE
Bar Harbor Camping Resorts -
Patten Pond
288-8106; 866-917-4300
Branch Lake Camping Area
667-5174
Fayette KV
Home-Nest Farm
897-4125
Freeport GP
Best Western Plus Freeport Inn
865-3106; 800-99-VALUE (82583)
L. L. Bean
800-441-5713
Wolf Neck Bed & Breakfast
865-1725; 352-588-2567
Fryeburg MM
Saco River Canoe & Kayak
935-2369; 888-772-6573
Greenville MH
Cozy Moose Lakeside Cabins &
Snowmobile Rentals, 695-0242
Moose Mountain Inn
695-3321; 800-792-1858
Northeast Guide Service
888-484-3317
Northwoods Outfitters
695-3288; 866-223-1380
Wilson Pond Camps
695-2860; 877-695-2860
Hanover MM
Stony Brook Recreation
824-2836; 888-439-5625 x 0604
Harpswell MC
Harpswell Inn
833-5509; 800-843-5509
Quahog Bay Inn in Harpswell Maine
725-9995
Island Falls AC
Birch Point Resort
463-2515
Jackman KV
Cedar Ridge Outfitters
668-4169
John’s Four Season Accommodations
& Family Campground
668-7683; 888-668-0098
Kennebunkport MB
Nonantum Resort
967-4050; 800-552-5651
Kokadjo MH
Spencer Pond Camps
745-1599
Leeds MM
Angell Cove Cottages
524-5041
Riverbend Campground
524-5711
Lincoln MH
Eagle Lodge and Camps
794-2181
Bethel MM
Bethel Outdoor Adventure
and Campground
824-4224; 800-533-3607
Littlefield Beaches Lakeside
Campground, 875-3290
Sun Valley Sports and Guide
Service, 824-7533; 877-851-7533
Bingham KV
North Country Rivers
672-4814; 800-348-8871
Boothbay Harbor MC
Gray Homestead Oceanfront
Camping, 633-4612
Linekin Bay Resort
633-2494; 866-847-2103
Ocean Gate Resort
633-3321; 800-221-5924
Rocktide Inn
633-4455; 800-ROC-TIDE (762-8433)
Tidal Transit Kayak Company
633-7140
Bridgton MM
Lakeside Pines Campground
647-3935; Win: 321-268-9523
Brownfield MM
River Run Canoe & Camping
452-2500
Shannons Saco River Sanctuary
452-2274/926-3387
Woodland Acres Campground
935-2529
Burlington MH
Porter Point Camps on
Nicatous Lake, 944-1463
Cape Neddick MB
Dixon’s Coastal Maine Campground
363-3626
Caratunk KV
Adventure Bound
672-4300; 888-606-RAFT (7238)
Casco MM
Point Sebago Resort
655-3821/6055; 800-655-1232
Castine DE
Castine Kayak Adventures
866-3506
Clifton MH
Parks Pond Campground
843-7267
Damariscotta MC
Lake Pemaquid Campground
563-5202
Midcoast Kayak
563-5732
Allagash AC
Macannamac Camp Rentals
757-7097
Alton MH
Maine Guiding
394-4338
Andover MM
South Arm Campground
364-5155
Ashland AC
Libby Sporting Camps
435-8274
Augusta KV
Lakeside Motel, Cabins & Marina
395-6741; 800-532-6892
Baldwin MM
Cairn Leadership School
625-2343; 888-502-2008
Bangor MH
Stetson Shores Campground
296-2041
Bar Harbor DE
Aquaterra Adventures
288-0007; 877-386-4124
Bar Harbor KOA
288-3520; 888-562-5605
Coastal Kayaking Tours
288-9605; 800-526-8615
Mt. Desert Narrows Camping
Resort, 288-8106; 866-917-4300
National Park Sea Kayak Tours
288-0342; 800-347-0940
Bass Harbor DE
Bass Harbor Campground
244-5857; 800-327-5857
Bath MC
Sebasco Harbor Resort
389-1161; 800-225-3819
Belgrade/Belgrade Lakes KV
Bear Spring Camps
397-2341
Castle Island Camps
495-3312; Win: 293-2266
Rowe’s Log Cabins
465-0925
Sunset Camps
362-2611
Whisperwood Lodge &
Cottages, 465-3983
Berwick MB
Beaver Dam Campground
698-2267
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Lubec DE
Inn at the Wharf
733-4400
Millinocket MH
Big Moose Inn, Cabins,
Campground & Restaurant
723-8391; 877-666-7346
Nesowadnehunk Lake Wilderness
Campground
458-1551/205-294-3188; Win: 746-0008
New England Outdoor Center
723-5438; 800-766-7238
Pine Grove Campground & Cottages
746-5172
Three Rivers Whitewater -
Millinocket
723-3200; 877-UGO-RAFT (846-7238)
Twin Pine Camps Cabins
723-5523; 800-766-7238
Monticello AC
Wilderness Pines Campground
538-4500
Moose River KV
Windfall Rafting
668-4818; 800-683-2009
Mount Desert DE
MCM Rentals
244-5304
National Park Canoe & Kayak
Rentals, 244-5854/1151
Somes Sound View Campground
244-3890
Naples MM
Four Seasons Camping Area
693-6797
Loon’s Haven Family Campground
693-6881
Naples Campground
693-5267
New Harbor MC
Maine Kayak
948-5194; 866-624-6352
Newport MH
Sebasticook Lake Campground
368-5047; Resv: 800-319-9333
North Monmouth KV
Beaver Brook Campground
933-2108
Ogunquit MB
Ogunquit River Inn & Suites
646-9611; 800-422-9611
Orr’s Island MC
Orr’s Island Campground
833-5595
Oxford MM
Carter’s Farm XC Ski Shop &
Ski Center, 539-4848
Patten MH
Camp Wapiti & Northbound
Adventure Company
528-2485/688-4024
Shin Pond Village
528-2900
Peaks Island GP
Casco Bay Kayak Rentals
766-2650
Pittston Academy
Grant Twp. MH
Historic Pittston Farm
280-0000
Poland MM
Cyndi’s Dockside
998-5008
Portage AC
Hewes Brook Lodge
665-2038/455-4906
Moose Point Camps
435-6156/444-5589
Presque Isle AC
Arndt’s Aroostook River Lodge
& Campground, 764-8677
Princeton DE
Long Lake Camps
796-2051
Rangeley MM
Grants Kennebago Lake Camps
864-3608; 800-633-4815
North Camps
864-2247
Sam-o-Set Four Seasons
864-5137
Raymond MM
Kokatosi Campground
627-4642; 800-9CAMPIN
Wind-In-Pines
655-4642
Ripogenus Dam MH
Frost Pond Camps
852-4700
Rockwood MH
Birches Resort/
Wilderness Expeditions
534-7305/2242; 800-825-WILD (9453)
Gray Ghost Camps
534-7362
Tomhegan Wilderness Camps
534-7712
Scarborough GP
Bayley’s Camping Resort
883-6043
Sebago MM
Sebago Lake Cottages
787-3211
Seboomook MH
Seboomook Wilderness
Campground, 280-0555
South Freeport GP
Ring’s Marine Service, Inc.
865-6143
Southwest Harbor DE
Maine State Sea Kayak
244-9500; 877-481-9500
Smuggler’s Den Campground
244-3944; 877-244-9033
Standish MM
Family & Friends Campground
642-2200
Stonington DE
Old Quarry Ocean Adventures
367-8977
The Forks KV
Moxie Outdoor Adventures
Rafting Company
663-2231; 800-866-6943
Northern Outdoors
663-4466; 800-765-7238 US/CAN
Professional River Runners of Maine
663-2229; 800-325-3911
Trenton DE
Bar Harbor Camping Resorts -
Narrows Too, 288-8106; 866-917-4300
Union MC
Maine Outdoors
785-4496; 800-203-8549
Vinalhaven MC
Tidewater Motel &
Gathering Place, 863-4618
Waldoboro MC
SpinnAcres Alpaca Farm Retreat
832-2288
West Bath MC
Seaspray Kayaking Rentals
& Tours
443-3646; 888-349-SPRAY (7772)
West Forks KV
Hawks Nest Lodge & Restaurant
663-2020
Willimantic MH
Two Falls Camps
997-3625
Windham MM
Sebago Lake Lodge & Cottages
892-2698
Wiscasset MC
Chewonki Campground
882-7426; 800-465-7747
York Harbor MB
Harbor Adventures
363-8466
Statewide
Maine Association of Charterboat
Captains, 882-8392/841-7973
Maine Association of Sea Kayak
Guides & Instructors, 865-0455
Maine Professional Guides
Association
Northern Forest Canoe Trail
802-496-2285
Raft Maine
158 & 159. Kayakers in Camden Harbor.
AC = Aroostook County DE = DownEast & Acadia
GP = Greater Portland & Casco Bay
KV = Kennebec & Moose River Valleys
MB = The Maine Beaches MC = Mid-Coast
MH = The Maine Highlands - 8utçcr * |utu/Jit * Mcc:c/cuJ lulc
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Casco Bay Lines
774-7871 x 105
Maine Sailing Adventures
749-9169
Portland Discovery Land and
Sea Tours
774-0808
Portland Schooner Company
766-2500; 87-SCHOONER
Rangeley MM
Dockside Sports Center
864-2424
Rockland MC
Maine Boating Adventures
594-7956; 877-238-1325
Morning in Maine
691-7245
Schooner Heritage & Schooner
American Eagle
594-8007; 800-648-4544
Schooner J&E Riggin
594-1875; 800-869-0604
Summertime Cruises
563-1605; 800-562-8290
South Harpswell MC
Eagle Island Cruise with
Captain Claire
846-1254
South Portland GP
Go Fish Charters
799-1339; Cell: 232-1678
Stonington DE
Isle au Haut Boat Services
367-5193/6516
Old Quarry Ocean Adventures
367-8977
Union MC
Maine Outdoors
785-4496; 800-203-8549
Waldoboro MC
SpinnAcres Alpaca Farm Retreat
832-2288
Out Of State
Cruise Lines International Assoc., Inc.
754-224-2200
Statewide
Maine Port Authority/Cruise Maine
310-0998
Maine Windjammer Association
374-2993; 800-807-WIND
Eastport DE
East Coast Ferries
506-747-2159; 877-747-2159
Eastport Windjammers
853-2500
Harris Point Shore Cabins & Motel
853-4303
Falmouth GP
Capt. Lyman Stuart, LLC
615-6917
Freeport GP
Atlantic Seal Cruises
865-6112
Greenville MH
Moosehead Marine Museum
695-2716; Win: 695-3639
Northwoods Outfitters
695-3288; 866-223-1380
Kennebunk MB
First Chance Whale Watch
967-5507
Kennebunkport MB
Nonantum Resort
967-4050; 800-552-5651
Kittery MB
Shoals Marine Laboratory
603-430-5220
Kittery Point MB
Captain & Patty’s Piscataqua River Tour
439-8976/451-8156 (boat)
Lubec DE
Inn at the Wharf
733-4400
Millinocket MH
New England Outdoor Center
723-5438; 800-766-7238
Twin Pine Camps Cabins
723-5523; 800-766-7238
Monhegan Island MC
Windward Cruise Company
dba Hardy Boat Cruises
677-2026; 800-2PUFFIN (278-3346)
Naples MM
Songo River Queen II
693-6861
Northeast Harbor DE
Allen Associates
276-5352
Ogunquit MB
Bunny Clark Deep Sea Fishing
646-2214
Finestkind Scenic Cruises
646-5227
Port Clyde MC
Monhegan Boat Line
372-8848
Andover MM
South Arm Campground
364-5155
Bailey Island MC
Sea Escape Cottages & Charters
833-5531
Bar Harbor DE
Bar Harbor Whale Watch
288-2386; 800-942-5374
Downeast Windjammer Cruises
288-4585/2373; Win: 546-2927
Harborside Hotel & Marina
288-5033; 800-328-5033
Bath MC
Maine Maritime Museum
443-1316
Obsession Sportfishing Charters
841-1444
Sebasco Harbor Resort
389-1161; 800-225-3819
Boothbay Harbor MC
Balmy Days Cruises
633-2284; 800-298-2284
Boothbay Whale Watch
633-3500; 888-942-5363
Cap’n Fish’s Waterfront Inn
& Puffin Trips
633-6605; 800-633-0860
Cap’n Fish’s Whale Watching
633-3244; 800-636-3244
Schooner Eastwind
633-6598
Bremen MC
Sail Muscongus, LLC
380-5460
Brooklin DE
Brooklin Inn
359-2777
Camden MC
Maine Windjammer Cruises
236-2938; 800-736-7981
Penobscot Bay Cruises
236-4446
Schooner Explorations/Appledore
236-8353; 800-233-PIER (OOS)
Schooner Lewis R. French
594-2241; 800-469-4635
Schooner Olad
236-2323
Yankee Packet Company
“ANGELIQUE”
785-3020; 800-282-9989
Casco MM
Point Sebago Resort
655-3821/6055; 800-655-1232
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Area code in Maine is (207).
See Map on pgs. 10-11 for Regions.
Listed alphabetically by town.
All listed are members of
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For detailed member information,
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Adventure Bound
672-4300; 888-606-RAFT (7238) N N N N N N
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723-5438; 800-766-7238 N N N N N N N N N N

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672-4814; 800-348-8871 N N N N N N N N N N
Three Rivers Whitewater
723-3200; 877-UGO-RAFT (846-7238) N N N N N N N N N
Twin Pine Camps Cabins
723-5523; 800-766-7238 N N N N N N N N N N
Moose River KV
Windfall Rafting
668-4818; 800-683-2009 N N N N
Rockwood MH
Birches Resort/Wilderness Expeditions
534-7305/2242; 800-825-WILD (9453) N N N N N N N N N N N N
The Forks KV
Crab Apple Acres Inn & Whitewater
663-2218; 800-553-7238 N N N N N
Moxie Outdoor Adventures Rafting Company
663-2231; 800-866-6943 N N N N N N N N
Northern Outdoors
663-4466; 800-765-7238 US/CAN N N N N N N N N N
Professional River Runners of Maine
663-2229; 800-325-3911 N N N N N N N N N
Three Rivers Whitewater
663-2104; 877-UGO-RAFT (846-7238) N N N N N N N N N N
West Forks KV
Magic Falls Rafting Company
663-2220; 800-207-7238 N N N N N N N N N
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Area code in Maine is (207).
See Map on pgs. 10 - 11 for Regions.
Listed alphabetically by town. All listed are members of Maine
Tourism Association. For detailed member information, visit www.
mainetourism.com. For detailed Raft Maine member information,
visit www.raftmaine.com.
AC = Aroostook County
DE = DownEast & Acadia
GP = Greater Portland & Casco Bay
KV = Kennebec & Moose River Valleys
MB = The Maine Beaches
MC = Mid-Coast
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Area code in Maine is (207).
See Map on pgs. 10 - 11 for Regions.
Listed alphabetically by town (Regions in Italics -
see descriptions on the left). All listed are members
of Ski Maine Association. 207-773-SNOW.
For detailed information, visit www.skimaine.com,
www.mainetourism.com and www.visitmaine.com.
*Nordic Ski Centers.
Auburn (MM)
Lost Valley
784-1561
Auburn (MM)
Lost Valley Touring Ctr. *
784-1561
Bethel (MM)
Bethel Inn Ski Touring
Ctr. * 824-6276/2175

Bethel (MM)
Carter’s Farm XC Ski Ctr. *
824-3880
Bridgton (MM)
Five Fields Farm *
647-2425
Bridgton (MM)
Shawnee Peak
647-8444
Camden (MC)
Camden Snowbowl
236-3438
Carrabassett Valley (MM)
Maine Hut’s & Trails *
877-634-8824

Carrabassett Valley (MM)
Sugarloaf
237-2000; 6808 snow
Carrabassett Valley (MM)
Sugarloaf Outdoor Ctr. *
237-6830
Dayton (MB)
Harris Farm XC Ski Ctr. *
499-2678

Fort Kent (AC)
10th Mountain Ctr. *
834-6203
Fort Kent (AC)
Lonesome Pine Trails
834-5202
Greenwood (MM)
Mt. Abram
875-5000
Hermon (MH)
Hermon Mountain
848-5192

Jay (MM)
Spruce Mountain
897-4090

Jay (MM)
Spruce Mountain
Nordic Ctr *
897-4090

Lee (MH)
Mt. Jefferson
738-2377

Mars Hill (AC)
Big Rock
425-6711
Millinocket (MH)
Millinocket Municipal
Trails * 723-4443/5839
Moosehead Lake (MH)
Maine Wilderness Lodges *
603-466-2727
Moscow (KV)
Baker Mountain
612-9300
New Gloucester (MM)
Pineland Farms *
688-4800
Newry (MM)
Sunday River
824-3000 info; 5200 snow
Newry (MM)
Sunday River Outdoor
Ctr. * 824-2410/5700

Oxford (MM)
Carter’s Farm XC Ski Ctr. *
539-4848

Presque Isle (AC)
Nordic Heritage Venue *
762-6972
Presque Isle (AC)
Quoggy Jo Ski Ctr.
764-3248

Rangeley (MM)
Rangeley Lakes Trails
Ctr. * 864-4309
Rangeley (MM)
Saddleback
864-5671 info;
864-3380 snow

Rockwood (MH)
Birches Ski Touring Ctr. *
800-825-9453

Rumford (MM)
Black Mountain of Maine
364-8977

Rumford (MM)
Black Mountain of Maine *
364-8977

Skowhegan (KV)
Eaton Mountain
474-2666

S. Berwick (MB)
Powderhouse Hill
384-5858

Wayne (KV)
Beech Hill XC Ctr. *
685-9281

W. Farmington (MM)
Titcomb Mountain
778-9031

W. Farmington (MM)
Titcomb Mountain XC
Trails * 778-9031
Whitewater
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Bald Mountain 1873 N N N Franklin
Bigelow Preserve 36700 N N N N N N Somerset & Franklin
Chains of Ponds 1141 N N N N N N N N Franklin
Chamberlain Lake 9557 N N N N N N |iscoto(uis
Cutler Coast 12170 N N N wos|ir¸tur
Dead River 4771 N N N N N N Somerset
Deboullie 21871 N N N N N N N Aroostook
Dodge Point 506 N N N N Lincoln
Donnell Pond 14496 N N N N N N N N Hancock
Duck Lake 25220 N N N N N N N Hancock
Eagle Lake 23882 N N N N N N N Aroostook
Four Ponds 6015 N N N N N Franklin
Gero Island 3845 N N N N N N N |iscoto(uis
Great Heath 6067 N N N wos|ir¸tur
Holeb 19651 N N N N N N Somerset
Little Moose 15047 N N N N N N N |iscoto(uis
Machias River Corridor 6403 N N wos|ir¸tur
Mackworth Island 100 N N N Cumberland
Mahoosucs 27253 N N N N N Oxford
Moosehead Lake 12673 N N N N N N N |iscoto(uis
Nahmakanta 42818 N N N N N N |iscoto(uis
Pineland 600 N N N Cumberland
Richardson 17757 N N N N N N N N Oxford
Rocky Lake 10904 N N N N N N wos|ir¸tur
Round Pond 20349 N N N N N Aroostook
Salmon Brook Lake Bog 1857 N N N N Aroostook
Scraggly Lake 9057 N N N N N N N Penobscot
Scopan 17985 N N N N N N N N Aroostook
Seboeis 12902 N N N N N N |iscoto(uis 8 |eru|scut
Telos 22806 N N N N N Aroostook
Wassataquoik 2340 N N N N N Penobscot
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State Parks Acreage
Allagash Wilderness Waterway 22840 ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Aroostook & Piscataquis ®
Aroostook 664 ® ®Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Presque Isle ®Ê
Birch Point 62 Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Owls Head ®
Bradbury Mountain 590 ® ®Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Pownal ®
Camden Hills Ž 5710 ® ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Camden ®Ê
Cobscook Bay Ž 871 ® ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Dennysville ®
Crescent Beach 244 Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Cape Elizabeth ®
Damariscotta Lake 19 Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Jefferson ®Ê
Ferry Beach 117 Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Saco ®
Fort Point (Fort Pownall) 156 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Stockton Springs ®
Grafton Notch 3192 Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Grafton Township ®Ê
Holbrook Island Sanctuary 1345 Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Brooksville ®
Lake St. George ± 358 ® ®Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Liberty ®
Lamoine 55 ® ®Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Lamoine ®Ê
Lily Bay 924 ® ®Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Beaver Cove ®
Moose Point 146 Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Searsport ®
Mt. Blue 7489 ® ®Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Weld ®Ê
Mt. Kineo State Park 800 Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Kineo Twp. ®Ê
Owls Head Light 13 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Owls Head ®
Peaks-Kenny 813 ® ®Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Dover-Foxcroft ®Ê
Penobscot River Corridor 12500 ® Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Piscataquis ®
Popham Beach 605 Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Phippsburg ®
Quoddy Head 541 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Lubec ®
Range Ponds 740 Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Poland ®
Rangeley Lake 870 ® ®Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê Rangeley ®Ê
Reid 770 Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Georgetown ®
Rogue Bluffs 274 Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Rogue Bluffs ®
Sebago Lake ‡ 1342 ® ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê ®Ê Naples ®Ê
Shackford Head 87 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Eastport ®
Swan Lake 67 Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Swanville ®
Two Lights 41 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Cape Elizabeth ®Ê
Vaughan Woods 165 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê South Berwick ®
Warren Island 70 ® Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Islesboro ®
Wolfe’s Neck Woods 244 Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Freeport ®Ê
State Historic Sites Acreage
Colonial Pemaquid (Ft. Wm. Henry) 19 Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Bristol ®
Eagle Island 17 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê S. Harpswell ®Ê
Fort Edgecomb 3 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Edgecomb ®
Fort Halifax 0.75 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Winslow ®
Fort Kent 3 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Fort Kent ®Ê
Fort Knox 124 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Prospect ®
Fort McClary 27 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Kittery Point ®
Fort O’Brien 2 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Machiasport ®Ê
Fort Popham 3 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Popham Beach ®
John Paul Jones 2 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Kittery ®
Katahdin Iron Works 23 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê T6R9 ®Ê
Whaleback Shell Midden 11 Ê ®Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ®Ê Damariscotta ®
Although many of these areas are closed during fall and winter, visitors may
still enjoy them by parking outside and walking in. For more information about
accessible facilities in areas managed
by the Bureau of Parks and Lands,
go to: www.parksandlands.com
or call 207-287-3821.
Kennebunk MB
Kennebunk Free Library’s
Children’s Garden
112 Main St.
207-985-2173
www.kennebunklibrary.org
The Seacoast Garden Club designed this
award-winning children’s garden, which
includes herbs, flowers, and even a touch and
sniff section.
Kennebunk MB
St. Anthony’s Shrine and
Franciscan Monastery
26 Beach Ave.
207-967-2011
www.franciscanguesthouse.com
Designed by the Olmsted brothers in the early
twentieth century, this estate, which is now
home to Franciscan friars, is known for its
rhododendrons. The grounds sprawl for 66
acres with walking paths, a boardwalk, and a
pavilion overlooking the Kennebunk River.
Mount Desert Island DE
Acadia National Park
207-288-3338
www.nps.gov/acad
From the flower gardens of Jordan Pond
House to the Wild Gardens of Acadia at Sieur
de Monts Spring, the state’s only national
park has a lot to offer flower fans. The
park’s landscape architecture was designed
with help from the Olmsted brothers and
Beatrix Farrand. Entrance fees range from an
Individual Entrance Pass of $5 to a year-long
Acadia Annual Pass of $40.
Northeast Harbor DE
Asticou Azalea Garden
Corner of Rte. 198 and 3
207-276-3727
www.gardenpreserve.org
Charles K. Savage, a life-long resident of
Northeast Harbor and owner of the Asticou
Inn, designed and built the Asticou Azalea
Garden in 1956. He was inspired by his
love of native plants, his study of Japanese
garden design, and his desire to preserve
the plant collection of Beatrix Farrand. Open
middle of May to end of Oct., a $5 donation
is suggested.
Northeast Harbor DE
Thuya Gardens and Thuya Lodge
Rte. 3
207-276-3727
www.gardenpreserve.org
The 140-acre preserve that includes the
Thuya Garden, Thuya Lodge, Asticou Terraces
and Asticou Landing was given in trust to
the residents of Mount Desert by Joseph
Henry Curtis, a Boston landscape architect
who summered in Northeast Harbor from
1880 until his death in 1928. He designed
the Terrace Trail with its scenic lookouts to
traverse up the hillside from the eastern shore
of Northeast Harbor to his rustic home, Thuya
Lodge. Visitors by sea can tie up at Asticou
Terraces Landing and walk up the 1/4–mile
Asticou Terrace Trail to the garden and lodge,
enjoying the views from several lookouts
along the way. Open until 7 p.m. $5.
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Maine Gardens
See Map on pgs. 10-11 for Regions.
Listed alphabetically by town. Garden descriptions are in italic.
Photo: Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens.
AC = Aroostook County DE = DownEast & Acadia GP = Greater Portland & Casco Bay
KV = Kennebec & Moose River Valleys MB = The Maine Beaches MC = Mid-Coast
M| = T/c Muitc |iç/|utJ: - 8utçcr * |utu/Jit * Mcc:c/cuJ lulc
MM = Maine’s Lakes & Mountains
Boothbay MC
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
Barter’s Island Rd.
207-633-4333
www.mainegardens.org
The largest botanical garden in New England
boasts 248 acres that include display gardens,
the Bibby and Harold Alfond Children’s Garden,
native plant collections, a library, and a visitor’s
center. Open daily from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. year-
round. Members: Free, Adults: $12, Seniors
(65+): $10, Children (3-17): $6, Children under
3: Free. Special rates are available for: Families
(2 adults & 2 children under 18): $30. Groups of
10 or more: $9/adult and $4/child. Youth school
or camp field trips: call for rates. No admission
fee from December through March. On the first
Wednesday of each month, admission is free for
all year-round residents of Lincoln County, ME.
On Saturdays and Sundays, admission is free for
all year-round residents of Boothbay, ME.
Camden MC
Camden Public Library Garden
55 Main St.
207-236-3440
www.librarycamden.org
The grounds of the Camden Public Library
create a distinctly unique, highly-articulated
series of landscape experiences, the center-
piece of which is a public outdoor garden
amphitheater. Designed by the renowned land-
scape architect Fletcher Steele, this landscape
is one of his best works of art. It was designed
and constructed between 1928 and 1931.
Camden MC
Merryspring Horticultural Nature Park
30 Conway Rd. (off Rte. 1)
207-236-2239
www.merryspring.org
The center’s 66 acres include herb, rose, and
perennial gardens, as well as meadows,
woodlands, a 10-acre arboretum, and an
educational center with one of the finest
libraries of gardening books in the region.
Town Region
Garden Name
Address, Phone, Web site
Cushing MC
Christina’s Garden at the Olson House
Hathorne Point Rd.
207-354-0102
www.farnsworthmuseum.org/olson-house
The Farnsworth Museum, which maintains the
famed Olson House, has re-created the small
annual garden on the premises from historical
research. Daily tours available.
Ellsworth DE
Colonel Black Mansion
81 West Main St.
207-667-8671
www.woodlawnmuseum.com
Woodlawn is a 180-acre historic estate
located a quarter mile from downtown
Ellsworth, Maine. Once home to three genera-
tions of the Black family, it is now treasured
for its historic house museum, its gardens,
and its public park. Visitors can explore a
superb historic house, stroll through beautiful
gardens, play croquet, hike on pristine trails,
and much more.
Falmouth GP
Gilsland Farm Sanctuary
20 Gilsland Farm Rd.
207-781-2330
www.maineaudubon.org
Headquarters of the Maine Audubon Society,
Gilsland Farm sits on 65 acres of fields,
woods, and marshes along the Presumpscot
Estuary. Wildflowers and peony gardens
attract flower folks. Open year-round,
Mondays through Saturdays 9 a.m. to 5
p.m., Sundays 12 to 4 p.m. Wonderful cross-
country ski trails in the winter.
Freeport GP
Harrington House
45 Main St.
207-865-3170
www.freeporthistoricalsociety.org
Gardens with antique roses and perennials
are among the draws at this circa 1830
Federal-style home which now houses a gift
shop that benefits the local historical society.
Freeport GP
Pettengill Farm Garden
45 Main St.
207-865-3170
www.freeporthistoricalsociety.org
An 1810 saltbox-style home overlooks 140
acres of fields, woods, salt marshes, and
antique apple orchards on the Harraseeket
River. Its gardens feature historic wild roses,
lilacs, cedars, and new plantings of old-
fashioned perennials.
Hermon MH
Ecotat Gardens and Arboretum
Rte. 2
207-848-3485
www.ecotat.org
An eighty-nine acre land trust with gardens
including more than 1,500 perennials,
woodlands with more than 140 species of
trees, and on-site libraries for both gardeners
and birders.
Town Region
Garden Name
Address, Phone, Web site
Augusta KV
Viles Arboretum
153 Hospital St.
207-621-0031
www.vilesarboretum.org
The state’s official plant collection includes
three hundred species of trees and shrubs,
which share the landscape with a rock garden,
lilacs, rhododendrons, and hostas. Open year-
round. X-country ski trails in winter.
Augusta KV
The Blaine House -
Governor’s Mansion
192 State St.
207-287-2121
www.blainehouse.org
Grounds designed in 1920 by the Olmstead
Brothers, renovated in 1987-93. National
Historic Landmark. Open to the public for
self-guided tours by appointment only, May 1
through Oct. 1, Tuesday-Thursday 2-4 p.m.
Bangor MH
Mount Hope Cemetery
1048 State St.
207-945-6589
www.mthopebgr.com/index.html
Established as the second garden cemetery
in America in 1834, Mount Hope sits on 300
acres of greenery dotted with ponds and
monuments.
Bar Harbor DE
Jordan Pond House Flower Gardens
Park Loop Rd.
207-288-3338
www.thejordanpondhouse.com
The fruit of Scott Hadley’s work includes
perennial beds of dahlias, delphiniums,
monkshood, and more. Be sure to visit the
Jordan Pond House for a cup of tea and one
their famous popovers.
Town Region
Garden Name
Address, Phone, Web site
Town Region
Garden Name
Address, Phone, Web site
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Portland GP
Deering Oaks
Deering and Forest Ave.
207-874-8300
www.deeringoaks.org
The park was designed in the 1870s by
William Goodwin. Encompassing 51 acres,
Deering Oaks is a part of the Portland Parks
System. Featuring high canopy of oaks, pines,
spruce, it also includes hybrid tea rose garden
and more than 600 species. The park is on the
National Register of Historic Places.
Portland GP
Tate House Museum Herb Garden
1267 Westbrook St.
207-774-6177
www.tatehouse.org
This 18th century-style herb garden contains
more than 50 herbs which correspond to
varieties the Tate family may have used
during the time they lived there. The house
is a museum and on the National Register of
Historic Places.
Portland GP
Wadsworth-Longfellow House
487 Congress St.
207-774-1822
www.mainehistory.org
The 1785 house, now a museum, was child-
hood home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
The adjacent Longfellow Gardens, laid out
during the 1920s and rehabilitated in the mid
1990s, are an oasis in Portland’s urban core.
The house is a National Historic Landmark.
Rockland MC
Farnsworth Art Museum
16 Museum St.
207-596-6457
www.farnsworthmuseum.org
Two small gardens built in the late 1990s in
two styles are among the many draws at the
Farnsworth: one is Victorian in style, the other
features native plants and perennials.
Rockport MC
Avena Botanicals
219 Mill St.
207-594-0694
www.avenabotanicals.com
Avena Botanicals Medicinal Herb Garden
contains over 125 different medicinal herbs
and plants. Each herb, flower, shrub and tree
growing in and around the gardens has been
planted for medicinal or edible uses or as food
for the plant pollinators. Visitors are welcome
to enjoy the quiet, tranquil beauty of the
garden. Wandering paths, meditation benches
and handcrafted arbors and gates add to
the colors and textures of this thoughtfully
designed garden. A garden map and booklet
explaining the medicinal uses of the herbs is
at the garden’s entrance for visitors who are
curious and eager to learn more about the
healing properties of plants.
Rockport MC
Vesper Hill Children’s Chapel
Chapel Rd., off Calderwood Lane
207-236-2239
A nondenominational chapel in a garden set-
ting, the Children’s Chapel overlooks the ocean
and is extraordinarily popular for weddings.
Visitors enjoy a formal garden that features
annuals and perennials, herbs, and a variety
of trees. A spacious lawn provides great spots
for picnicking.
South Berwick MB
Hamilton House
40 Vaughan’s Lane
207-384-2454
www.historicnewengland.org
The Colonial Revival garden at this 1785
mansion overlooking the Salmon Falls River
reportedly dates back to 1898, and it was
renovated in the late nineties. Walking trails
wander through the 35 acre grounds.
South Paris MM
McLaughlin Garden
97 Main St.
207-743-8820
www.mclaughlingarden.org
The formal garden features collections of
hostas, daylilies, astilbes, iris, phlox, sedum,
cimicifuga, sempervivums, and over 200 lilacs
beneath a canopy of deciduous and coniferous
trees. A diverse collection of Maine wildflowers
and ferns border an old lane which rises up
a wooded hill behind the barn. Explore the
historic home, barn, Garden Gift Shop and
Café as you enjoy the serenity of this Maine
treasure.
Standish MM
Marrett House
Rte. 25
207-882-7169
www.historicnewengland.org
The Marrett House is a classic example of the
“big house, little house, back house, barn”
configuration, with the house and all service
buildings connected. An early twentieth-
century perennial garden is located beside
the house.
Vassalboro KV
Fieldstone Gardens
55 Quaker Ln.
207-923-3836
www.fieldstonegardens.com
We feature a wide selection of new varieties
and exclusive introductions as well as your
own personal favorites. With over 2,500
varieties to choose from, you will find the
right plant for that special spot in your garden.
Wiscasset MC
Nickels-Sortwell House and
the Sunken Garden
Corner of Main and Federal St. on Rte. 1
207-882-8200
www.historicnewengland.org
Built in 1807, the Nickels-Sortwell House
is now a museum and features landscape
designed by Charles Eliot II in 1925. This
house is a National Historic Landmark. Visit
the Sunken Garden across the street, in the
Village of Wiscasset. It is a wonderfully quiet
and shady spot - perfect for a picnic.
Town Region
Garden Name
Address, Phone, Web site
Town Region
Garden Name
Address, Phone, Web site
Golf Courses
See Map on pgs. 10-11 for Regions.
Listed alphabetically by town. All listed are members
of Maine Tourism Association. For detailed member
information, visit www.mainetourism.com.
AC = Aroostook County DE = DownEast & Acadia GP = Greater Portland & Casco Bay
KV = Kennebec & Moose River Valleys MB = The Maine Beaches MC = Mid-Coast
M| = T/c Muitc |iç/|utJ: - 8utçcr * |utu/Jit * Mcc:c/cuJ lulc
MM = Maine’s Lakes & Mountains
Arundel (MB)
Dutch Elm
Golf Club
207-282-9850
Auburn (MM)
Fox Ridge
Golf Club
207-777-4653
Augusta (KV)
Natanis Golf
Course
207-622-3561/6164

Bangor (MH)
Lucerne Inn
207-843-5123
800-325-5123
Bath (MC)
Sebasco Harbor
Resort
207-389-1161
800-225-3819
Bethel (MM)
Bethel Inn Resort
207-824-2175
800-654-0125
Boothbay (MC)
Boothbay
Country Club
207-633-6085
Bridgton (MM)
Bridgton
Highlands
Country Club
207-647-3491

Brooks (MC)
Country View
Golf Club
207-722-3161
Brunswick (MC)
Brunswick
Golf Club
207-725-8224
Calais (DE)
St. Croix
Country Club
207-454-8875
Carrabassett
Valley (MM)
SUGARLOAF
207-237-6819
800-THE-LOAF
Casco (MM)
Point Sebago
Resort
207-655-3821/6055
800-655-1232
Ellsworth (DE)
Acadia Birches
Knights Inn
207-667-3621
800-435-1287
Gorham (GP)
Gorham
Country Club
207-839-3490
Gray (GP)
Spring Meadows
Golf and Country
Club at Cole Farms
207-657-2586/5820
Leeds (MM)
Springbrook
Golf Club
207-946-5900
Lovell (MM)
Lake Kezar
Country Club
207-925-2462
Newry (MM)
Sunday River
Ski Resort
207-824-3000
800-543-2SKI
(2754)
Ogunquit (MB)
Cape Neddick
Country Club
207-361-2011
Old Orchard Beach
(MB)
Dunegrass
Country Club
207-934-4513
Poland Spring (MM)
Poland Spring Inn
& Resort
207-998-4351
866-998-4355
Rangeley (MM)
Sam-o-Set Four
Seasons
207-864-5137
Rockport (MC)
Samoset Resort
207-594-2511
800-341-1650
Saco (MB)
Martel’s Ice Cream
& Mini Golf
207-283-1775
Sanford (MB)
Sanford
Country Club
207-490-2744
pro shop:
207-324-5462
Scarborough (GP)
Nonesuch River
Golf Club
207-883-0007
888-256-2717
South Berwick (MB)
Links at Outlook
207-384-GOLF
(4653)
207-384-2109
South Portland (GP)
Portland Marriott
at Sable Oaks
207-871-8000
800-752-8810
South Portland (GP)
Sable Oaks
Golf Club
207-775-6257
Topsham (MC)
Highland Green
207-725-4549
866-854-1200
Statewide
Golf Maine
Association
877-553-4653
Statewide
Maine State Golf
Association
207-829-3549
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Area code in Maine is (207).
See Map on pgs. 10-11 for Regions.
Listed alphabetically by town. All listed are members
of Maine Tourism Association. For detailed member
information, visit www.mainetourism.com.
AC = Aroostook County DE = DownEast & Acadia
GP = Greater Portland & Casco Bay
KV = Kennebec & Moose River Valleys MB = The Maine Beaches
MC = Mid-Coast
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MM = Muitc´: lulc: & Mcnttuit:
Alna (MC)
Wiscasset Waterville
& Farmington
Railway Museum
882-4193
Augusta (KV)
Maine State Museum
287-2301
Bangor (MH)
Cole Land
Transportation Museum
990-3600

Bangor (MH)
Downtown Bangor
Partnership
992-4234
Bangor (MH)
Maine Discovery
Museum
262-7200
Bar Harbor (DE)
Abbe Museum
288-3519
Bar Harbor (DE)
College of the Atlantic
288-5015
Bar Harbor (DE)
Mt. Desert Oceanarium
244-7330/288-5005
Bath (MC)
Friends of Seguin Island
Lighthouse
443-4808
Bath (MC)
Maine Maritime
Museum
443-1316
Bethel (MM)
Bethel Historical
Society
824-2908; 800-824-2910
Bethel (MM)
Mt. Mann Jewelers
824-3030
Blue Hill (DE)
Jonathan Fisher House
Museum
374-2459
Boothbay (MC)
Boothbay Railway
Village
633-4727
Bradley (MH)
Maine Forest &
Logging Museum
974-6278
Bridgton (MM)
Rufus Porter Museum
647-2828

Brunswick (MC)
Bowdoin College
725-3306/3256
Cape Elizabeth (GP)
Museum at Portland
Head Light
799-2661
Castine (DE)
Wilson Museum
326-9247
Columbia Falls (DE)
Ruggles House Society
483-4637/546-7903
Dresden (MC)
Pownalborough Court
House
737-2504
Eastport (DE)
Tides Institute &
Museum of Art
853-4047
Ellsworth (DE)
Telephone Museum
667-9491
Ellsworth (DE)
Woodlawn Museum/
The Black House
667-8671
Farmington (MM)
Nordica Memorial
Association
778-2042
Freeport (GP)
Desert of Maine
865-6962
Fryeburg (MM)
Fryeburg Fair
935-3268
Greenville (MH)
Moosehead Marine
Museum
695-2716; Win: 695-3639
Harpswell (MC)
Friends of Peary’s
Eagle Island
833-2310
Harrison (MM)
Scribner’s 1847
Sawmill Museum
583-6455
Hinckley (KV)
L. C. Bates Museum
238-4250
Kennebunk (MB)
Brick Store Museum
985-4802
Kennebunkport (MB)
Seashore Trolley
Museum
967-2712
Information: 967-2800
Kingfeld (MM)
Ski Museum of Maine
491-5481
Kingfeld (MM)
Stanley Museum
265-2729
Lewiston (MM)
Bates College
786-6330/6255

Lewiston (MM)
Museum L-A
333-3881
Lisbon Falls (MM)
Maine Art Glass Studio
353-6700; 888-781-6700
Littleton (AC)
Southern Aroostook
Agricultural Museum
538-9300
Livermore (MM)
Washburn-Norlands
Living History Center
897-4366

Lubec (DE)
Known By What
We Wear
733-4776
Machiasport (DE)
Machiasport
Historical Society
255-8461 (when open)
or 259-3901
New Gloucester (MM)
Shaker Museum
926-4597
New Portland (MM)
Nowetah’s American
Indian Museum & Store
628-4981
Newfeld (MB)
19th Century
Willowbrook Village
793-2784
North Yarmouth (GP)
Skyline Farm
829-9203
Oakfeld (AC)
Oakfeld Railroad
Museum
757-8575
Ogunquit (MB)
Ogunquit Museum of
American Art
646-4909
Owls Head (MC)
Owls Head
Transportation Museum
594-4418
Patten (MH)
Patten Lumbermen’s
Museum
528-2650
Phillips (MM)
New Sandy River
& Rangeley Lakes
Railroad
639-2380
Poland Spring (MM)
Poland Spring Inn
& Resort
998-4351; 866-998-4355
Poland Spring (MM)
Poland Spring
Preservation Society
998-4142
Portland (GP)
Children’s Museum &
Theatre of Maine
828-1234
Portland (GP)
Maine Historical Society
774-1822
Portland (GP)
Maine Narrow Gauge
RR Company & Museum
828-0814
Portland (GP)
Portland Museum of Art
775-6148
Portland (GP)
Victoria Mansion
772-4841
Rangeley (MM)
Wilhelm Reich Museum
864-3443
Rockland (MC)
Farnsworth Art Museum
and Wyeth Center
596-6457
Saco (MB)
Saco Museum
283-3861
Searsport (MC)
Penobscot Marine
Museum
548-2529
South Berwick (MB)
Hamilton House
384-2454
Southwest Harbor (DE)
Wendell Gilley Museum
of Bird Carving
244-7555
Thomaston (MC)
Montpelier - General
Henry Knox Museum
354-8062

Tremont (DE)
Seal Cove Auto Museum
244-9242
Waterville (KV)
Colby College
Museum of Art
859-5600
Wells/Wells Beach (MB)
Wells Auto Museum
646-9064
Wiscasset (MC)
Lincoln County
Museum & Old Jail
882-6817
Wiscasset (MC)
Maine Heritage
Village, LLC
882-1212
Lighthouse: 882-9887
Yarmouth (GP)
Yarmouth
Historical Society
846-6259
York (MB)
Museums of Old York
363-4974
Out of State
McAdam Railway
Station/Historical
Restoration
Commission
506-784-3101
Out of State
Roosevelt Campobello
International Park
506-752-2922
877-851-6663
Statewide
Bureau of Parks &
Lands, Maine Dept. of
Conservation
287-3821
Museums,
Galleries &
Performing Arts
Museums
Augusta (KV)
Augusta Civic Center
626-2405
Bangor (MH)
Bangor Folk Festival
dba The American
Folk Festival
992-2630
Bar Harbor (DE)
Bar Harbor
Music Festival
288-5744
Boothbay Harbor (MC)
Opera House at
Boothbay Harbor
633-6855
Brunswick (MC)
Bowdoin International
Music Festival
373-1400
Brunswick (MC)
Maine State
Music Theatre
725-8769
Buxton (MB)
Saco River
Grange Hall
929-6472
Dixfeld (MM)
Skye Theatre
Performing Arts Center
562-4445
Farmington (MM)
University of Maine
Farmington
778-7548
Hallowell (KV)
Gaslight Theater
626-3698
(reservations only)
Kingfeld (MM)
Kingfeld Pops
265-7677
Lewiston (MM)
Bates College
786-6330/6255
Lewiston (MM)
Public Theatre
782-3200
Monmouth (KV)
Theater at Monmouth
933-9999/2952
Ogunquit (MB)
Ogunquit Playhouse
Box Offce: 646-5511
Offce: 646-2402
Poland Spring (MM)
Poland Spring
Preservation Society
998-4142
Portland (GP)
Children’s Museum &
Theatre of Maine
828-1234
Portland (GP)
Friends of the
Kotzschmar Organ
553-4363
Portland (GP)
Portland Stage
Box Offce: 774-0465
Rockport (MC)
Bay Chamber Concerts
236-2823; 888-707-2770
Skowhegan (KV)
Lakewood Theater
474-7176
Somesville (DE)
Acadia Repertory
Theatre
244-7260; 888-362-7480
Winter Harbor (DE)
Schoodic Arts For All
963-2569
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Galleries
Performing Arts
Arrowsic (MC)
Arrowsic Island Pottery/
Arrowsic Island Cottage
443-5858
Augusta (KV)
Maple Hill Farm
Bed & Breakfast Inn
622-2708; 800-622-2708
Bangor (MH)
Charles Inn
992-2820
Bangor (MH)
Downtown Bangor
Partnership
992-4234
Bangor (MH)
Husson University
941-7100; 800-4HUSSON
Bar Harbor (DE)
Abbe Museum
288-3519
Bar Harbor (DE)
College of the Atlantic
288-5015

Bath (MC)
Markings Gallery
443-1499
Belfast (MC)
Mainely Pottery
338-1108
Bridgton (MM)
Gallery 302 - Bridgton
Art Guild
647-2787
Brownfeld (MM)
Stone Mountain House
935-2817
Brunswick (MC)
Brunswick Inn
729-4914; 800-299-4914
Camden (MC)
Bayview Gallery
236-4534; 800-244-4534
Camden (MC)
Lord Camden Inn
236-4325; 800-336-4325
Center Lovell (MM)
Harvest Gold Gallery
925-6502
Columbia Falls (DE)
Columbia Falls Pottery
483-4075; 800-235-2512
Damariscotta (MC)
Cherry Gallery
563-5639
Eastport (DE)
Commons Eastport, The
853-4123
Eastport (DE)
Tides Institute &
Museum of Art
853-4047
Edgecomb (MC)
Edgecomb Potters
Studio & Gallery
882-9493; 800-343-5529
Ellsworth (DE)
Rock & Art Shop
667-3213
Falmouth (GP)
Galeyrie Historic Maps
and Custom Framers
781-3555
Farmingdale (KV)
Alan Claude Studio
582-0530
Farmington (MM)
University of Maine
Farmington
778-7548
Freeport (GP)
Lovell Designs
865-3037; 800-533-9685
Harpswell (MC)
Holbrook Community
Foundation
729-4445
Hinckley (KV)
L. C. Bates Museum
238-4250
Holden (MH)
Coastal Fine Art
Alliance of Maine
989-4655
Kennebunk (MB)
Brick Store Museum
985-4802
Kennebunkport (MB)
Captain Fairfeld Inn
967-4454; 800-322-1928
Lewiston (MM)
Bates College
786-6330/6255
Lincolnville (MC)
Maine Artisans Craft
Cooperative
789-5376
Lisbon Falls (MM)
Maine Art Glass Studio
353-6700; 888-781-6700
Lubec (DE)
Lubec Landmarks
733-2197
Mechanic Falls (MM)
Harvest Hill Farms
998-5485
Millinocket (MH)
Moose Prints Gallery/
Mark Picard Wildlife
Photography
447-6906
Millinocket (MH)
North Light Gallery
723-4414
800-970-4ART (4278)
Naples (MM)
Lamb’s Mill Inn
693-6253
Ogunquit (MB)
Ogunquit Art
Association
646-8400
Ogunquit (MB)
Ogunquit Museum of
American Art
646-4909
Poland Spring (MM)
Poland Spring Inn
& Resort
998-4351; 866-998-4355
Poland Spring (MM)
Poland Spring
Preservation Society
998-4142

Portland (GP)
Maine Historical Society
774-1822
Portland (GP)
Maine Potters Market
774-1633
Rockland (MC)
Farnsworth Art Museum
and Wyeth Center
596-6457
Rockport (MC)
ChelTed Gallery -
Design Studio
596-7230
Rockport (MC)
Prism Restaurant
and Gallery
230-0061
Saco (MB)
Maine Drawing Project
283-3861 x 115

South Portland (GP)
ARTiPLAQ, Inc.
772-2025
Stonington (DE)
Geoffrey Warner
Studios
367-6555
Stonington (DE)
Stonington Galleries
367-2699/2700

Waterville (KV)
Colby College
Museum of Art
859-5600
Whiting (DE)
DownEast Drawings
733-0988
Statewide
Maine Gallery
Guide, Inc.
843-6749; 888-482-4405
Below. Cumston Hall in
Monmouth.
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Lighthouses
See Map on pgs. 10-11 for Regions.
Listed alphabetically by town. Check with
local Chambers of Commerce for tours and
open houses. *Not open to the public, it is
best seen by boat. Please respect signs.
Source: www.lighthouse.cc/me.html
Photo: Portland Head Light
AC = Aroostook County DE = DownEast & Acadia GP = Greater Portland & Casco Bay
KV = Kennebec & Moose River Valleys MB = The Maine Beaches MC = Mid-Coast
M| = T/c Muitc |iç/|utJ: - 8utçcr * |utu/Jit * Mcc:c/cuJ lulc MM = Muitc´: lulc: & Mcnttuit:
Addison (DE)
Nash Island Light
Southeast mouth of
Pleasant Bay. The
lighthouse is best viewed
by boat.
Arrowsic (MC)
Doubling Point Light
The grounds only are
open to the public. The
lighthouse can be seen
from sightseeing cruises.
Arrowsic (MC)
Doubling Point
Range Lights
Station established: 1898;
Present lighthouse towers
built: 1898; Automated: 1990
Arrowsic (MC)
Squirrel Point Light
The grounds only are
open to the public and
are accessible via a trail
at the end of Bald Head
Road in Arrowsic. You can
also view the station from
across the Kennebec River
in Phippsburg.
Bass Harbor (DE)
Bass Harbor Head Light
Southern tip of Mount
Desert Island, east side of
southern entrance to Blue
Hill Bay. The grounds only
are open to the public.
Open all year, 9 a.m. to
sunset.
Biddeford Pool (MB)
Wood Island Light
Reached by boat only. The
island and lighthouse can
be seen distantly from a
walking trail. The island
and lighthouse are not
open to the public, except
through tours.
Boothbay Harbor (MC)
Burnt Island Light
Entrance to Boothbay
Harbor. A public tour and
educational program is
offered in summer.
Boothbay Harbor (MC)
Ram Island Light
The lighthouse is not
open to the public. The
grounds are open by
appointment. The station
is best seen from cruises
leaving Boothbay Harbor
and Bath.
Bristol (MC)
Pemaquid Point Light
Entrance to Muscongus
Bay and John Bay.
Brooklin (DE)
Blue Hill Bay Light *
Calais (DE)
Whitlocks Mill Light *
The lighthouse can be
viewed from the St. Croix
River View Rest Area on
Route 1 in Calais.
Camden (MC)
Curtis Island Light *
The island is a public
park but is accessible only
by boat. The lighthouse
is most easily seen from
sightseeing cruises leaving
Camden Harbor.
Cape Elizabeth (GP)
Cape Elizabeth Light
(East light at Two Lights)
The keeper’s house is
privately owned; the
lighthouse and grounds
are not open to the public.
Views are available at the
end of Two Lights Road.
Cape Elizabeth (GP)
Portland Head Light
The lighthouse tower is
not open to the public, but
there is a museum in the
keeper’s house.
Casco Bay (MC)
Ram Island Ledge Light *
The lighthouse is privately
owned, and is an active
U.S. Coast Guard aid to
navigation.
Castine (DE)
Dice Head *
(Dyce Head Light)
Corea (DE)
Petit Manan Light *
Cranberry Islands (DE)
Baker Island Light *
Baker Island is reached by
boat only.
Cutler (DE)
Little River Light
The lighthouse is best
viewed from cruises.
Deer Isle (DE)
Eagle Island Light *
Frenchboro (DE)
Great Duck Island Light *
Frenchboro (DE)
Mount Desert Rock Light *
The lighthouse is used as
a whale research station
and is not open to the
general public.
Georgetown (MC)
Perkins Island Light *
Harpswell (MC)
Halfway Rock Light *
The lighthouse can be
seen distantly from the
southern tip of Bailey
Island.
Isle au Haut (DE)
Isle au Haut Light
(Robinson Point Light)
Isle au Haut is accessible
by ferry from Stonington.
The grounds only are
open to the public.
Islesboro (MC)
Grindle Point Light
Islesboro can be reached
via ferry from Lincolnville
Beach.
Jonesport (DE)
Moose Peak Light *
A distant view is possible
from Great Wass Island.
Kennebunkport (MB)
Goat Island Light
The island is accessible by
boat only. The island and
lighthouse are not open
to the public except by
special arrangement.
Kittery (MB)
Whaleback Light *
This lighthouse can be
seen from many spots
on shore, including Fort
Foster in Kittery.
Little Deer Isle (DE)
Pumpkin Island Light
The island and lighthouse
are not open to the public,
but a view from the
mainland is available.
Lubec (DE)
Lubec Channel Light *
The lighthouse can be
seen distantly from shore
and is best seen by boat.
Lubec (DE)
West Quoddy Head Light
There is a visitors center/
museum in the keeper’s
house. The lighthouse
tower is not open to the
public.
Machiasport (DE)
Libby Island Light *
Manchester (KV)
Ladies Delight Light *
Matinicus Island (MC)
Matinicus Rock Light
The island is maintained
as a bird sanctuary and
access is very limited.
Milbridge (DE)
Narraguagus Light *
Monhegan (MC)
Monhegan Island Light
The grounds and the
museum in the keeper’s
house are open to the
public. The lighthouse
tower is not open to the
public.
Muscongus Bay (MC)
Franklin Island Light *
North Haven (MC)
Goose Rocks Light *
Northeast Harbor (DE)
Bear Island Light *
Owls Head (MC)
Owls Head Light
The lighthouse is located
in Owls Head Light State
Park. The grounds are
open to the public.
Owls Head (MC)
Rockland Harbor
Southwest Light
The grounds only are
open to the public.
Popham Beach (MC)
Pond Island Light *
Popham Beach (MC)
Seguin Island Light
The island is open to
private boaters, and there
are cruises available
from Bath, Freeport and
Popham Beach. The
lighthouse is open for
occasional tours.
Port Clyde (MC)
Marshall Point Light
The grounds only are
open to the public.
Prospect Harbor (DE)
Prospect Harbor Light
(Prospect Harbor Point
Light) The lighthouse is
on a Navy base and is not
open to the public, but you
can drive to the entrance
of the Navy installation for
a good view.
Rockland (MC)
Rockland
Breakwater Light
The lighthouse is at the
end of a 7/8-mile-long
breakwater. It is open
weekends in summer.
Rockport (MC)
Indian Island Light *
The lighthouse is best
seen from Rockport
Marine Park and from
sightseeing cruises.
South Portland (GP)
Portland Breakwater
Light (Bug Light)
The lighthouse is not
open to the public, but the
grounds are always open.
South Portland (GP)
Spring Point
Ledge Light
The public may walk out
on the breakwater to the
lighthouse. The lighthouse
is closed to the public
except during open houses.
Southport (MC)
Cuckolds Light *
Views are possible from
the public landing in
Southport and from
sightseeing cruises out of
Boothbay Harbor.
Spruce Head (MC)
Two Bush Island Light *
St. George (MC)
Tenants Harbor Light *
St. George (MC)
Whitehead Light
(White Head Light)
The light station is not
open to the public except
by special arrangement.
Stockton Springs (MC)
Fort Point Light
The lighthouse is not
open to the public, but the
grounds are accessible 9
a.m. to sunset in season.
Stonington (DE)
Deer Island
Thorofare Light *
Swan’s Island (DE)
Burnt Coat Harbor Light
(Hockamock Head Light)
The grounds are open to
the public; the lighthouse
is not. Swan’s Island is
reached by ferry from
Bass Harbor.
Vinalhaven (MC)
Brown’s Head Light
The grounds only are
open to the public.
Vinalhaven (MC)
Heron Neck Light *
Vinalhaven (MC)
Saddleback
Ledge Light *
West Southport (MC)
Hendricks Head Light *
A view is possible from a
beach in West Southport,
and some cruises from
Bath and Boothbay
Harbor.
Winter Harbor (DE)
Egg Rock Light *
Winter Harbor (DE)
Winter Harbor Light *
York (MB)
Boon Island Light *
York (MB)
Cape Neddick
(“Nubble”) Light *
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Travel Services Directory
Area code in Maine is (207).
Please contact individual businesses for more information. Businesses are listed alphabetically by town/city under each
category. All businesses listed are supporting members of Maine Tourism Association as of November 1, 2011.
Aroostook County
Houlton
First Choice Real Estate
46 North St.
532-4037; 800-884-4037
www.firstchoicerealestate.com
Greater Houlton Chamber of
Commerce
109 Main St.; 532-4216
www.greaterhoulton.com
Mooers Realty
69 North St.; 532-6573
www.mooersrealty.com
Ward Cedar Log Homes
39 Bangor St.
532-6531; 800-341-1566
www.wardcedarloghomes.com
Houlton Visitor Information
Center, 28 Ludlow Rd.,
I-95 Exit 302; 532-6346
Limestone
Greater Limestone Chamber of
Commerce, 93 Main St.
325-2583; www.limestonemaine.org
Madawaska
Greater Madawaska Chamber
of Commerce
356 Main St.; 728-7000
www.greatermadawaskachamber.com/
Oakfield
Katahdin Cedar Log Homes
Smyrna St.; 757-8278; 800-845-4533
www.katahdincedarloghomes.com
Portage Lake
Portage Lake, Town of
20 School St.; 435-4361
www.portagelakemaine.org
Presque Isle
Aroostook Centre Mall
830 Main St.; 764-2616
www.aroostookcentremall.com
Central Aroostook Chamber of
Commerce
3 Houlton Rd.
764-6561; www.pichamber.com
Maine Potato Board
774 Main St., Rm. 1
769-5061; www.mainepotatoes.com
Northeast Publishing
Company/Printwork
260 Missile St.
764-4471; 800-924-9041
Northern Maine Regional
Airport
650 Airport Dr., Ste. 11
764-2550; www.flypresqueisle.com
Allagash
Macannamac Camp Rentals
Haymock Lake, T8 R11; 757-7097
www.macannamac.com
Ashland
Libby Sporting Camps
43 Main St., Millinocket Lake, T8 R9
435-8274; www.libbycamps.com
North Maine Woods
92 Main St.; 435-6213
www.northmainewoods.org
Caribou
Maine Winter Sports Center
552 Main St.; 492-1444
www.mainewsc.org
Portage
Hewes Brook Lodge
T14 R7 Aroostook County
665-2038/455-4906
www.hewesbrooklodge.com
Moose Point Camps
Fish River Lake, T13 R8
435-6156/444-5589
www.moosepointcamps.com
Presque Isle
Arndt’s Aroostook River Lodge
& Campground
95 Parkhurst Siding Rd., Rt. 205
764-8677; www.arndtscamp.com
Ashland
Ashland, Town of
Municipal Bldg., 435-2311
Caribou
Aroostook County Tourism
11 W. Presque Isle Rd.
498-8736; 888-216-2463
www.visitaroostook.com
Caribou Area Chamber of
Commerce
657 Main St., Ste. 1
498-6156; 800-722-7648
www.cariboumaine.net
Easton
Easton, Town of
3 Station Rd.
488-6652; www.easton.me.us
Fort Kent
Greater Fort Kent Area
Chamber of Commerce
291 W. Main St., Ste. 101
834-5354; 800-733-3563
www.fortkentchamber.com
St. Agatha
Lakeview Camping Resort
9 Lakeview Dr.; 543-6331
www.lakeviewrestaurant.biz
Caribou
Caribou Inn & Convention
Center, 19 Main St.
498-3733; Resv: 800-235-0466
www.caribouinn.com
Houlton
Shiretown Inn & Suites
282 North Rd.
532-9421; 800-441-9421
www.shiretownmotorinn.com
Island Falls
Birch Point Resort
33 Birch Point Ln., Pleasant Lake
463-2515
www.birchpointcampground.com
Presque Isle
Presque Isle Inn & Convention
Center, 116 Main St.
764-3321; 800-533-3971
www.presqueisleinn.com
St. Agatha
Lakeview Camping Resort
9 Lakeview Dr.; 543-6331
www.lakeviewrestaurant.biz
Weston
First Settler’s Lodge
US Rt. 1; 448-3000
www.firstsettlerslodge.com
Littleton
Southern Aroostook
Agricultural Museum
1664 US Hwy. Rt. 1
538-9300; www.oldplow.org
Oakfield
Oakfield Railroad Museum
40 Station St.; 757-8575
www.oakfieldmuseum.org
Oxbow
Made in Aroostook, Inc.
685 Oxbow Rd.; 435-6171
www.madeinaroostook.org
Smyrna Mills
Spring Break Gift Shop
3315 US Rt. 2; 757-7373
www.mainemapleandhoney.com
Moose Point Camps
Fish River Lake, T13 R8
435-6156/444-5589
www.moosepointcamps.com
Red River Camps
Island Pond, Deboullie Township
554-0420; www.redrivercamps.com
Presque Isle
Arndt’s Aroostook River Lodge
& Campground
95 Parkhurst Siding Rd., Rt. 205
764-8677; www.arndtscamp.com
Aroostook Hospitality Inn
23 Langille St.; 455-8567
www.aroostookhospitalityinn.com
Hampton Inn - Presque Isle
768 Main St.; 760-9292
www.presqueisle.hamptoninn.com
Presque Isle Inn & Convention
Center, 116 Main St.
764-3321; 800-533-3971
www.presqueisleinn.com
Van Buren
Aroostook Hospitality Inn -
Van Buren
95 Main St.; 455-8567
www.aroostookhospitalityinn.com
Weston
First Settler’s Lodge
US Rt. 1; 448-3000
www.firstsettlerslodge.com
Ashland
North Maine Woods
92 Main St.; 435-6213
www.northmainewoods.org
Houlton
My Brother’s Place
Campground
659 North St.; 532-6739
www.mainerec.com/mybro.html
Island Falls
Birch Point Resort
33 Birch Point Ln., Pleasant Lake
463-2515
www.birchpointcampground.com
Monticello
Wilderness Pines
Campground
83 West Conroy Lake Rd.; 538-4500
www.wildernesspinescampground.com
Presque Isle
Arndt’s Aroostook River Lodge
& Campground
95 Parkhurst Siding Rd., Rt. 205
764-8677; www.arndtscamp.com
Allagash
Macannamac Camp Rentals
Haymock Lake, T8 R11
757-7097; www.macannamac.com
Ashland
Libby Sporting Camps
43 Main St., Millinocket Lake, T8 R9
435-8274; www.libbycamps.com
Caribou
Caribou Inn & Convention
Center, 19 Main St.
498-3733; Resv: 800-235-0466
www.caribouinn.com
Old Iron Inn Bed and
Breakfast, 155 High St.
492-IRON(4766); www.oldironinn.com
Russell’s Motel
357 Main St.; 498-2567
www.connectmaine.com/russells
Fort Kent
Northern Door Inn
356 W. Main St.
834-3133; 866-834-3133
www.northerndoorinn.com
Houlton
Ivey’s Motor Lodge
North Rd.; 532-4206; 800-244-4206
www.iveysmotorlodge.com
My Brother’s Place
Campground
659 North St.; 532-6739
www.mainerec.com/mybro.html
Shiretown Inn & Suites
282 North Rd.
532-9421; 800-441-9421
www.shiretownmotorinn.com
Island Falls
Birch Point Resort
33 Birch Point Ln., Pleasant Lake
463-2515
www.birchpointcampground.com
Sewall House - Yoga Retreat
1027 Crystal Rd.
463-3428; 888-235-2395
www.sewallhouse.com
Mars Hill
Bear Paw Inn
94 Main St.; 425-6241
www.mainebearpawinn.com
My Sunset Cabins
135 E. Ridge Rd.; 227-5024
www.mysunsetcabins.com
Portage
Hewes Brook Lodge
T14 R7 Aroostook County
665-2038/455-4906
www.hewesbrooklodge.com
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DownEast & Acadia
Addison
Pleasant Bay Bed and
Breakfast & Llama Keep
386 W. Side Rd.
483-4490; www.pleasantbay.com
Bar Harbor
Abbott’s Chiltern Inn
11 Cromwell Harbor Rd.
288-3371; 800-709-0114
www.chilterninnbarharbor.com
Acadia Hotel
20 Mt. Desert St.
288-5721; 888-876-2463
www.acadiahotel.com
Acadia Inn
98 Eden St.; 288-3500
800-638-3636; www.acadiainn.com
Asticou Inn
15 Peabody Dr.; 276-3344
800-258-3373; www.asticou.com
Atlantean Inn
11 Atlantic Ave.
288-5703; 800-722-6671
www.atlanteaninn.com
ACCOMMODATIONS
CAMPING
DINING
ARTS/CULTURE
OUTDOOR RECREATION
OTHER SERVICES
ACCOMMODATIONS
Atlantic Eyrie Lodge
6 Norman Rd.
288-9786; 800-HABA-VUE
www.atlanticeyrielodge.com
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DownEast & Acadia
Williams Pond Lodge Bed &
Breakfast
327 Williams Pond Rd.
460-6064
www.williamspondlodge.com
Calais
Greystone Bed & Breakfast
13 Calais Ave.
454-2848
www.greystonecalaisme.com
International Motel
276 Main St.
454-7515; 800-336-7515
www.theinternationalmotel.com
Keenes Lake Family
Campground
70 Keenes Lake Rd.
454-2022; 866-454-2022
Castine
Castine Inn
33 Main St.
326-4365; www.castineinn.com
Pentagoet Inn
26 Main St.
326-8616; 800-845-1701
www.pentagoet.com
Cherryfield
Englishman’s Bed and
Breakfast
122 Main St.; 546-2337
www.englishmansbandb.com
Danforth
Greenland Cove Campground
East Grand Lake
448-2863; Win: 532-6593
www.mainerec.com/gcc
Rideout’s Lakeside Lodge &
Cottages
Butterfield Landing Rd.,
East Grand Lake
448-2440; 800-594-5391
www.rideouts.com
Deer Isle
Deer Isle Hostel
65 Tennis Rd.; 348-2308
www.deerislehostel.com
Pilgrim’s Inn
20 Main St.
348-6615; 888-778-7505
www.pilgrimsinn.com
East Orland
Balsam Cove Campground
286 Back Ridge Rd.
469-7771; 800-469-7771
www.balsamcove.com
Eastport
Chadbourne House Bed &
Breakfast
19 Shackford St.
853-2727; 888-853-2728
www.chadbournehouse.com
Commons Eastport, The
51 Water St.; 853-4123
www.thecommonseastport.com
Harris Point Shore Cabins &
Motel
24 Harris Pt.; 853-4303
www.eastportwindjammers.com
Milliken House
29 Washington St.
853-2955; 888-507-9370
www.eastport-inn.com
Seaview Campground,
Cottages & Motel
16 Norwood Rd.
853-4471; www.eastportmaine.com
Primrose Inn - Historic Bar
Harbor Bed & Breakfast
73 Mt. Desert St.
288-4031; 877-TIME4BH
www.primroseinn.com
Quimby House Inn
109 Cottage St.
288-5811; 800-344-5811
www.quimbyhouse.com
Robbins Motel
Rt. 3
288-4659; 800-858-0769
www.acadia.net/robbins
Seacroft Inn
18 Albert Meadow
288-4669; 800-824-9694
www.seacroftinn.com
Thornhedge Inn
47 Mt. Desert St.
288-5398; 877-288-5398
www.thornhedgeinn.com
Wonder View Inn & Suites
50 Eden St., Rt. 3
288-3358; 888-439-VIEW
www.wonderviewinn.com
Bass Harbor
Ann’s Point Cottages
Ann’s Point Rd.
244-5425; 800-453-9646
www.annspointcottages.com
Ann’s Point Inn
79 Ann’s Point Rd.
244-9595; www.annspoint.com
Bass Harbor Campground
Rt. 102A, 342 Harbor Dr.
244-5857; 800-327-5857
www.bassharbor.com
Bass Harbor Cottages &
Country Inn
95 Harbor Dr.; 244-3460
www.bassharborcottages.com
Bass Harbor Inn
28 Shore Rd.; 244-5157
www.bassharborinn.com
Beddington
Airline Lodge & Snackbar
3752 Airline Rd. (Intersection of
Rts. 9 & 193); 638-2301
www.emainehosting.com/
AirlineSnackbar
Blue Hill
Blue Hill Inn
40 Union St.
374-2844; 800-826-7415
www.bluehillinn.com
Oakland House Seaside
Resort
435 Herrick Rd.
359-8521; 800-359-7352
www.oaklandhouse.com
Brooklin
Brooklin Inn
22 Reach Rd.
359-2777; www.brooklininn.com
Brooksville
Undercliff Farm Cottages
144 Undercliff Farm Rd.
326-4577; www.undercliff-farm.com
Bucksport
Bucksport Motor Inn
70 US Rt. 1
469-3111; 800-626-9734
www.bucksportmotorinn.com
Shady Oaks Campground &
Cabins
32 Leaches Point Rd.
469-7739
www.shadyoakscampground.com
Collier House Bed and
Breakfast
1290 State Hwy. 102
288-3162; 877-STAYMDI
www.collierhouse.com
Cromwell Harbor Motel
359 Main St., Rt. 3
288-3201; 800-544-3201
www.cromwellharbor.com
Days Inn - Bar Harbor
120 Eden St.
288-3321
800-DAYSINN (329-7466)
www.barharbordaysinn.com
Eden Village Motel & Cottages
986 Bar Harbor Rd.
288-4670; www.edenvillage.com
Edenbrook Motel
96 Eden St.
288-4975; 800-323-7819
www.edenbrookmotelbh.com
Edgewater Motel & Cottages
Salisbury Cove
288-3491; 888-310-9920
www.edgewaterbarharbor.com
Emery’s Cottages on the Shore
Sand Point Rd.
288-3432; 888-240-3432
www.emeryscottages.com
Graycote Inn
40 Holland Ave.
288-3044; www.graycoteinn.com
Hanscom’s Motel & Cottages
273 State Hwy. 3
288-3744/0039
www.hanscomsmotel.com
Harborside Hotel & Marina
55 West St.
288-5033; 800-328-5033
www.theharborsidehotel.com
Harper’s Acadia Lodge
24 Frenchmans Hill Rd. W.
609-737-3046
www.acadialodge.com
Holland Inn
35 Holland Ave.
288-4804; www.hollandinn.com
Ivy Manor Inn & Michelle’s
Fine Dining
194 Maine St.
288-2138; 888-670-1997
www.ivymanor.com
Lakeside Cottage
40 Hutchins Ln., Fire Rt. 2-9
288-3674
www.seasidemaine.com
Llangolan Inn & Cottages
865 State Hwy. 3
288-3016; 888-488-3016
www.llangolaninn.com
Manor House Inn
106 West St.
288-3759; 800-437-0088
www.barharbormanorhouse.com
Maples Inn
16 Roberts Ave.
288-3443; www.maplesinn.com
Mira Monte Inn & Suites
69 Mt. Desert St.
288-4263; 800-553-5109
www.miramonte.com
Moseley Cottage Inn & Town
Motel, 12 Atlantic Ave.
288-5548; 800-458-8644
www.moseleycottage.net
Mt. Desert Narrows Camping
Resort, 1219 State Hwy. 3
288-8106; 866-917-4300
www.barharborcampingresorts.com
Ellsworth
Acadia Birches Knights Inn
20 Thorsen Rd.
667-3621; 800-435-1287
www.acadiabirchesmotel.com
Bar Harbor Camping Resorts -
Patten Pond
1470 Bucksport Rd.
288-8106; 866-917-4300
www.barharborcampingresorts.com
Capt’n N Eve’s Eden Bed and
Breakfast
461 Lamoine Beach Rd., Rt. 184
667-3109; www.capteve.com
Colonial Inn
321 High St., Rt. 3
667-5548; 888-667-5548
www.colonial-inn.com
Comfort Inn Ellsworth
130 High St.; 667-1345
www.ellsworthcomfortinn.com
Ellsworth Hummingbird Hide-
a-Way Cottage
677 Mariaville Rd., Rt. 180
667-4745; www.ellsworth
hummingbirdhideawaycottage.com
Hampton Inn Ellsworth
6 Downeast Hwy.
800-560-7809; www.hampton.com
Lakeside Cedar Cabins
397 Mariaville Rd., Rt. 180
667-9295; Win: 215-858-0200
www.cedarcabins.com
Ramada - Ellsworth
215 High St.
667-9341; 800-401-9341
www.ellsworthramada.com
Twilite Motel
147 Bucksport Rd., Rts. 1 & 3
667-8165; 800-395-5097
www.twilitemotel.com
Gouldsboro
Acadia View Bed and
Breakfast
175 US Rt. 1
266-7292; www.acadiaview.com
Bluff House Inn
57 Bluff House Rd.
963-7805; www.bluffinn.com
Downeast Maine Vacations
204 S. Gouldsboro Rd.
963-7412; 877-963-7412
www.downeastmainevacations.com
Grand Lake Stream
Canal Side Cabins
31 Canal St.
796-2796; 888-796-2796
www.canalsidecabins.com
Shoreline Camps
Big Lake
796-5539; Cell: 703-300-8945
www.shorelinecamps.com
Great Pond
Foggy Lodge
Coffin Rd., Long Pond
862-3319 or 944-5603
www.wix.com/visitmaine/
foggylodge
Hancock
Cottage by the Sea
38 Kilkenny Cove
422-6783
www.cottagebytheseamaine.com
Crocker House Country Inn
967 Point Rd.
422-6806; 877-715-6017
www.crockerhouse.com
Atlantic Oceanside Hotel &
Conference Center
119 Eden St., Rt. 3
288-5801; 800-33-MAINE
www.barharbormainehotel.com
Aurora Inn & Motel
51 Holland Ave.
288-3771; 800-841-8925
www.aurorainn.com
Aysgarth Station Bed &
Breakfast
20 Roberts Ave.
288-9655; www.aysgarth.com
Balance Rock Inn
21 Albert Meadow
288-2610; 800-753-0494
www.balancerockinn.com
Bar Harbor Bed & Breakfast
Association
288-9655
www.sleepbarharbor.com
Bar Harbor Grand Hotel
269 Main St.
288-5226; 888-766-2529
www.barharborgrand.com
Bar Harbor Hotel - Bluenose Inn
90 Eden St.
288-3348; 800-445-4077
www.barharborhotel.com
Bar Harbor Inn
Newport Dr.
288-3351; 800-248-3351
www.barharborinn.com
Bar Harbor KOA
136 County Rd.
288-3520; 888-562-5605
www.barharborkoa.com
Bar Harbor Motel
100 Eden St.
288-3453; 800-388-3453
www.barharbormotel.com
Bar Harbor Quality Inn
40 Kebo St.
288-5403; 800-282-5403
www.barharborqualityinn.com
Bar Harbor Regency Holiday Inn
123 Eden St.
288-9723; 800-23-HOTEL
www.barharborregency.com
Bar Harbor Villager Motel
207 Main St.
288-3211; 888-383-3211
www.barharborvillager.com
Barton’s Motel & Cottages
122 State Hwy. 3, Hull’s Cove
288-3479; 877-588-3479
www.bartonsbarharbor.com
Bay Meadow Cottages
126 Old Bar Harbor Rd.
288-5451; 800-972-5451
www.baymeadowcottages.com
Bayview
111 Eden St.
288-5861; 800-356-3585
www.thebayviewbarharbor.com
Best Western Acadia Park Inn
452 State Hwy. 3
288-5823; 800-780-7235
www.acadiaparkinn.com
Castlemaine Inn Bed and
Breakfast and Suites
39 Holland Ave.
288-4563; 800-338-4563
www.castlemaineinn.com
Coach Stop Inn
715 State Hwy. 3
288-9886; 800-927-3097
www.coachstopinn.com
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Winter Harbor
Main Stay Cottages
66 Sargent St.; 963-2601
www.awa-web.com/stayinn
Bar Harbor
Bar Harbor Campground
409 Rt. 3; 288-5185
www.thebarharborcampground.com
Bar Harbor KOA
136 County Rd.
288-3520; 888-562-5605
www.barharborkoa.com
Hadley’s Point Campground
Hadley Point Rd.
288-4808; www.hadleyspoint.com
Mt. Desert Narrows Camping
Resort
1219 State Hwy. 3
288-8106; 866-917-4300
www.barharborcampingresorts.com
Bass Harbor
Bass Harbor Campground
Rt. 102A, 342 Harbor Dr.
244-5857; 800-327-5857
www.bassharbor.com
Beddington
Airline Lodge & Snackbar
3752 Airline Rd. (Intersection of
Rts. 9 & 193)
638-2301; www.emainehosting.
com/AirlineSnackbar
Bucksport
Shady Oaks Campground &
Cabins
32 Leaches Point Rd.; 469-7739
www.shadyoakscampground.com
Calais
Keenes Lake Family
Campground
70 Keenes Lake Rd.
454-2022; 866-454-2022
Danforth
Greenland Cove Campground
East Grand Lake
448-2863; Win: 532-6593
www.mainerec.com/gcc
East Orland
Balsam Cove Campground
286 Back Ridge Rd.
469-7771; 800-469-7771
www.balsamcove.com
Eastport
Harris Point Shore Cabins &
Motel
24 Harris Pt.; 853-4303
www.eastportwindjammers.com
Seaview Campground,
Cottages & Motel
16 Norwood Rd.
853-4471; www.eastportmaine.com
Ellsworth
Bar Harbor Camping Resorts -
Patten Pond
1470 Bucksport Rd.
288-8106; 866-917-4300
www.barharborcampingresorts.com
Branch Lake Camping Area
180 Hansons Landing Rd.
667-5174
www.branchlakecamping.com
Harrington
Sunset Point Campground
24 Sunset Point Rd.; 483-4412
www.sunsetpointcampground.com
Mount Desert
Acadia National Park
Eagle Lake Rd.
288-3338; www.nps.gov/acad
Somes Sound View
Campground
5 Spinnaker Way
244-3890; www.ssvc.info
Robbinston
Hilltop Campground
317 Ridge Rd.
454-3985; 866-454-3985
www.hilltopcampgroundmaine.com
Southwest Harbor
Smuggler’s Den Campground
20 Main St.
244-3944; 877-244-9033
www.smugglersdencampground.com
Stonington
Greenlaw’s Mobile & RV Park
Air Port Rd.; 367-5049
Old Quarry Ocean Adventures
130 Settlement Rd.
367-8977; www.oldquarry.com
Sullivan
Flanders Bay Cabins &
Mountainview Campground
2695 US Rt. 1; 422-6408; 479-2699
www.flandersbay.com
Trenton
Bar Harbor Camping Resorts -
Narrows Too
1150 Bar Harbor Rd.
288-8106; 866-917-4300
www.barharborcampingresorts.com
Bar Harbor
Asticou Inn
15 Peabody Dr.
276-3344; 800-258-3373
www.asticou.com
Atlantic Brewing Co. & Bar
Harbor Cellars Winery
15 Knox Rd.; 288-2337
www.barharborcellars.com
Atlantic Brewing Company
15 Knox Rd.
288-2337; 800-475-5417
www.atlanticbrewing.com
Bar Harbor Hotel - Bluenose Inn
90 Eden St.
288-3348; 800-445-4077
www.barharborhotel.com
Bar Harbor Inn
Newport Dr.
288-3351; 800-248-3351
www.barharborinn.com
Bar Harbor Quality Inn
40 Kebo St.
288-5403; 800-282-5403
www.barharborqualityinn.com
Bar Harbor Regency Holiday Inn
123 Eden St.
288-9723; 800-23-HOTEL
www.barharborregency.com
Harborside Hotel & Marina
55 West St.
288-5033; 800-328-5033
www.theharborsidehotel.com
Ivy Manor Inn & Michelle’s
Fine Dining
194 Maine St.
288-2138; 888-670-1997
www.ivymanor.com
Wonder View Inn & Suites
50 Eden St., Rt. 3
288-3358; 888-439-VIEW
www.wonderviewinn.com
Beddington
Airline Lodge & Snackbar
3752 Airline Rd. (Intersection of
Rts. 9 & 193); 638-2301
www.emainehosting.com/
AirlineSnackbar 171
Virtue’s Sea Cottages
99-105 Ferry Rd.
866-4581
www.virtue.to/cottages.html
Harborside
Hiram Blake Camps
220 Weir Cove Rd., Cape Rosier
326-4951; www.hiramblake.com
Harrington
Ocean Spray Cottages
Sunset Point; 483-2780
www.oceanspraycottages.com
Hulls Cove
Colony, White Cottages
20 State Rt. 3
288-3383
www.colonyathullscove.com
Isle au Haut
Inn at Isle au Haut
78 Atlantic Ave.
335-5141; www.innatisleauhaut.com
Jonesboro
Blueberry Patch Motel &
Cabins
550 Rt. 1
434-5411; Off-season: 483-9771
Jonesport
Harbor House on Sawyer Cove
27 Sawyer Sq.
497-5417; www.harborhs.com
Lubec
BayViews
6 Monument St.
733-2181
Eastland Motel
385 County Rd.
733-5501; www.eastlandmotel.com
Home Port Inn B&B
45 Main St.
733-2077; 800-457-2077
www.homeportinn.com
Inn at the Wharf
69 Johnson St.
733-4400
www.theinnatthewharf.com
Lubec Rental Properties
2 Reynolds Ln.
733-4748
www.lubecrentalproperties.com
Peacock House Bed &
Breakfast
27 Summer St.
733-2403; 888-305-0036
www.peacockhouse.com
Machias
Bluebird Motel
231 Dublin St.; 255-3332
Machias Motor Inn
103 Main St.; 255-4861
www.machiasmotorinn.com
Riverside Inn & Restaurant
Rt. 1; 255-4134
www.riversideinn-maine.com
Machiasport
Captain Cates Bed and
Breakfast
309 Port Rd.; 255-8812
www.captaincates.com
Micmac Farm Guesthouses
and Gardner House
47 Micmac Ln., Rt. 92
255-3008; www.micmacfarm.com
Milbridge
Red Barn Motel
5 Main St.; 546-7721
Mount Desert
Brinton Cottage Rental
83 Hall Quarry Rd., 11 Beech Hill Rd.
203-393-3608
www.brintonwood.com/acadia
Fernald Oceanfront Cottages
1107 Main St.
244-3721; www.fernaldcottages.com
MCM Rentals
49 Hall Quarry Rd.
244-5304; www.mcmrentals.info
Somes Sound View
Campground
5 Spinnaker Way
244-3890; www.ssvc.info
Northeast Harbor
Kimball Terrace Inn
10 Huntington Rd.
276-3383; 800-454-6225
www.kimballterraceinn.com
Orland
Alamoosook Lakeside Inn
229 Soper Rd.
469-6393; 866-459-6393
www.alamoosooklakesideinn.com
Orland House Bed and
Breakfast
10 Narramissic Dr.
469-1144; www.orlandhousebb.com
Penobscot
Brass Fox Bed & Breakfast
907 Southern Bay Rd.
326-0575; www.brassfox.com
Princeton
Hideaway on Pocomoonshine
Lake
29 The Hideaway Ln.; 427-6183
www.pocomoonshine.com
Lakeside Country Inn &
Cabins
14 Rolfe St.
796-2324; 888-677-2874 (ME)
www.thelakeside.org
Long Lake Camps
239 Long Lake Camps Rd.,
off West St.; 796-2051
www.longlakecamps.com
Prospect Harbor
Acadia’s Oceanside
Meadows Inn
202 Corea Rd., Rt. 195
963-5557; www.oceaninn.com
Elsa’s Inn on the Harbor
179 Main St.
963-7571; www.elsasinn.com
Robbinston
Hilltop Campground
317 Ridge Rd.
454-3985; 866-454-3985
www.hilltopcampgroundmaine.com
Redclyffe Shore Motor Inn
Rt. 1; 454-3270
www.redclyffeshoremotorinn.com
Southwest Harbor
Acadia Cottages
410 Main St.; 244-5388
www.acadia-cottages.com
Anna’s Quietside Cottages
Forest Ave.; 266-8017
www.annasquietside.com
Birches
46 Fernald Point Rd.
244-5182; www.thebirchesbnb.com
Cafe Drydock & Inn
357 Main St.
244-5842; 800-246-5842
www.cafedrydockinn.com
Claremont Hotel
Claremont Rd.
244-5036; 800-244-5036
www.theclaremonthotel.com
Cranberry Hill Inn
60 Clark Point Rd.
244-5007; www.cranberryhillinn.com
Harbor View Motel &
Cottages
11 Ocean Way
244-5031; 800-538-6463
www.harborviewmotelandcottages.com
Kingsleigh Inn
373 Main St.; 244-5302
www.kingsleighinn.com
L. S. Robinson Real Estate
& Vacation Rentals
337 Main St.; 244-5563 x 4
www.lsrobinson.com
Moorings Inn
133 Shore Rd., Rt. 102A
244-5523; 800-596-5523
www.mooringsinn.com
Penury Hall
374 Main St.
244-7102; www.penuryhall.com
Smuggler’s Den Campground
20 Main St.
244-3944; 877-244-9033
www.smugglersdencampground.com
Steuben
Dutton Cottage
103 Over’s Point Rd.
546-7392
Rivendell DownEast
Oceanfront Cabin
26 Faustina Ave.
617-327-2834; www.rivendell.ws
Stonington
Boyce’s Motel
44 Main St.
367-2421; 800-224-2421
www.boycesmotel.com
Inn on the Harbor
45 Main St.
367-2420; 800-942-2420
www.innontheharbor.com
Old Quarry Ocean Adventures
130 Settlement Rd.
367-8977; www.oldquarry.com
Pres du Port Bed and
Breakfast
91 W. Main St.
367-5007; Win: 941-408-9685
www.presduport.com
Sullivan
Flanders Bay Cabins &
Mountainview Campground
2695 US Rt. 1
422-6408; 479-2699
www.flandersbay.com
Surry
Surry Inn
Rt. 172; 667-5091; 800-742-3414
www.surryinn.com
Swan’s Island
Swan’s Island Vacations
43 City Point
526-4350; Win: 474-7370
www.swansislandvacations.com
Trenton
Acadia Sunrise Motel -
Trenton
952 Bar Harbor Rd.; 667-8452
www.acadiasunrisemotel.com
Bar Harbor Camping Resorts -
Narrows Too
1150 Bar Harbor Rd.
288-8106; 866-917-4300
www.barharborcampingresorts.com
Isleview Motel and Cottages
1169 Bar Harbor Rd.
667-5661; 866-ISLEVIEW (475-3843)
www.isleviewmotelandcottages.com
Open Hearth Inn
1147 Bar Harbor Rd., Rt. 3
667-2930; 800-655-0234
www.openhearthinn.com
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Brooklin
Brooklin Inn
22 Reach Rd.
359-2777; www.brooklininn.com
Calais
St. Croix Country Club
48 River Rd.
454-8875; www.stcroixcc.com
Castine
Pentagoet Inn
26 Main St.
326-8616; 800-845-1701
www.pentagoet.com
Danforth
Rideout’s Lakeside Lodge &
Cottages
Butterfield Landing Rd.,
East Grand Lake
448-2440; 800-594-5391
www.rideouts.com
Deer Isle
Pilgrim’s Inn
20 Main St.
348-6615; 888-778-7505
www.pilgrimsinn.com
Eastport
Seaview Campground,
Cottages & Motel
16 Norwood Rd.
853-4471; www.eastportmaine.com
Ellsworth
Colonial Inn
321 High St., Rt. 3
667-5548; 888-667-5548
www.colonial-inn.com
Ramada - Ellsworth
215 High St.
667-9341; 800-401-9341
www.ellsworthramada.com
Hancock
Crocker House Country Inn
967 Point Rd.
422-6806; 877-715-6017
www.crockerhouse.com
Machias
Machias Motor Inn
103 Main St.; 255-4861
www.machiasmotorinn.com
Riverside Inn & Restaurant
Rt. 1; 255-4134
www.riversideinn-maine.com
Northeast Harbor
Kimball Terrace Inn
10 Huntington Rd.
276-3383; 800-454-6225
www.kimballterraceinn.com
Robbinston
Redclyffe Shore Motor Inn
Rt. 1; 454-3270
www.redclyffeshoremotorinn.com
Southwest Harbor
Cafe Drydock & Inn
357 Main St.
244-5842; 800-246-5842
www.cafedrydockinn.com
Claremont Hotel
Claremont Rd.
244-5036; 800-244-5036
www.theclaremonthotel.com
Stonington
Old Quarry Ocean Adventures
130 Settlement Rd.
367-8977; www.oldquarry.com
Surry
Surry Inn
Rt. 172; 667-5091; 800-742-3414
www.surryinn.com
Bar Harbor
Abbe Museum
26 Mt. Desert St.
288-3519; www.abbemuseum.org
Bar Harbor Music Festival
59 Cottage St., Rodick Bldg.
288-5744
www.barharbormusicfestival.org
College of the Atlantic
105 Eden St.
288-5015; www.coa.edu
Mt. Desert Oceanarium
1351 Rt. 3; 244-7330/288-5005
www.theoceanarium.com
Blue Hill
Jonathan Fisher House
Museum
44 Mines Rd.; 374-2459
www.jonathanfisherhouse.org
Rackliffe Pottery
Ellsworth Rd., Rt. 172
374-2297; 888-631-3321
www.rackliffepottery.com
Castine
Wilson Museum
120 Perkins St.; 326-9247
www.wilsonmuseum.org
Columbia Falls
Columbia Falls Pottery
150 Main St.
483-4075; 800-235-2512
www.columbiafallspottery.com
Ruggles House Society
146 Main St.
483-4637/546-7903
www.ruggleshouse.org
Eastport
Commons Eastport, The
51 Water St.; 853-4123
www.thecommonseastport.com
Tides Institute & Museum
of Art
43 Water St.; 853-4047
www.tidesinstitute.org
Ellsworth
Rock & Art Shop
1584 Bangor Rd.; 667-3213
www.therockandartshop.com
Telephone Museum
166 Winkumpaugh Rd.
667-9491
www.thetelephonemuseum.org
Woodlawn Museum/The
Black House
19 Black House Dr.; 667-8671
www.woodlawnmuseum.com
Lubec
Known By What We Wear
41 Water St.; 733-4776
Lubec Landmarks
50 Water St.; 733-2197
www.mccurdyssmokehouse.org
Machias
Centre Street Congregational
Church/Machias Blueberry
Festival
Center St.; 255-6665
www.machiasblueberry.com
Machiasport
Machiasport Historical
Society
344 Port Rd.; 255-8461 (when open)
or 259-3901
www.machiasporthistoricalsociety.org
Prospect
Friends of Fort Knox
711 Fort Knox Rd.; 469-6553
www.fortknox.maineguide.com
Somesville
Acadia Repertory Theatre
1154 Main St.
244-7260; 888-362-7480
www.acadiarep.com
Southwest Harbor
Wendell Gilley Museum of
Bird Carving
4 Herrick Rd.; 244-7555
www.wendellgilleymuseum.org
Steuben
Schoodic International
Sculpture Symposium
96 Joe Leighton Rd.; 546-8992
www.schoodicsculpture.org
Stonington
Geoffrey Warner Studios
43 N. Main St.; 367-6555
www.geoffreywarnerstudio.com
Stonington Galleries
367-2699/2700
www.stoningtongalleries.com
Tremont
Seal Cove Auto Museum
1414 Tremont Rd.; 244-9242
www.sealcoveautomuseum.org
Whiting
DownEast Drawings
Rt. 189; 733-0988
www.downeastdrawings.com
Winter Harbor
Schoodic Arts For All
427 Main St.; 963-2569
www.schoodicartsforall.org
Addison
Pleasant Bay Bed and
Breakfast & Llama Keep
386 W. Side Rd.; 483-4490
www.pleasantbay.com
Bar Harbor
Acadia Air Tours
968 Bar Harbor Rd.; 667-7627
www.acadiaairtours.com
Acadia Mountain Guides
228 Main St.
288-8186; 888-232-9559
www.acadiamountainguides.com
Aquaterra Adventures
One West St.
288-0007; 877-386-4124
www.aquaterra-adventures.com
Atlantic Climbing School
67 Main St., 2nd Fl.
288-2521; www.climbacadia.com
Bar Harbor KOA
136 County Rd.
288-3520; 888-562-5605
www.barharborkoa.com
Bar Harbor Whale Watch
One West St.
288-2386; 800-942-5374
www.barharborwhales.com
Coastal Kayaking Tours
48 Cottage St.
288-9605; 800-526-8615
www.acadiafun.com
College of the Atlantic
105 Eden St.
288-5015; www.coa.edu
Downeast Windjammer
Cruises
27 Main St.
288-4585/2373; Win: 546-2927
www.downeastwindjammer.com
National Park Sea Kayak Tours
39 Cottage St.
288-0342; 800-347-0940
www.acadiakayak.com
Beddington
Airline Lodge & Snackbar
3752 Airline Rd. (Intersection of
Rts. 9 & 193) 638-2301
www.emainehosting.com/
AirlineSnackbar
Brooklin
Brooklin Inn
22 Reach Rd.
359-2777; www.brooklininn.com
Calais
Friends of Moosehorn
National Wildlife Refuge
103 Headquarters Rd., Unit 10,
Rts. 1 & 191; 454-7161
www.friendsofmoosehorn.org
St. Croix Country Club
48 River Rd.
454-8875; www.stcroixcc.com
Castine
Castine Kayak Adventures
17 Sea St., Castine Harbor
866-3506; www.castinekayak.com
Danforth
Rideout’s Lakeside Lodge &
Cottages, Butterfield Landing Rd.,
East Grand Lake
448-2440; 800-594-5391
www.rideouts.com
Eastport
East Coast Ferries
Lord’s Cove, Deer Island, NB
506-747-2159; 877-747-2159
www.eastcoastferriesltd.com
Eastport Windjammers
104 Water St.; 853-2500
www.eastportwindjammers.com
Harris Point Shore Cabins &
Motel
24 Harris Pt.; 853-4303
www.eastportwindjammers.com
Ellsworth
Acadia Birches Knights Inn
20 Thorsen Rd.
667-3621; 800-435-1287
www.acadiabirchesmotel.com
Lakeside Cedar Cabins
397 Mariaville Rd., Rt. 180
667-9295; Win: 215-858-0200
www.cedarcabins.com
Grand Lake Stream
Canal Side Cabins
31 Canal St.
796-2796; 888-796-2796
www.canalsidecabins.com
Lubec
Inn at the Wharf
69 Johnson St.; 733-4400
www.theinnatthewharf.com
Mount Desert
Acadia National Park
Eagle Lake Rd.
288-3338; www.nps.gov/acad
National Park Canoe & Kayak
Rentals
145 Petty Marsh Rd.
244-5854/1151
www.nationalparkcanoerental.com
Northeast Harbor
Allen Associates
Sea St.; 276-5352
www.barharborcruises.com
Princeton
Hideaway on Pocomoonshine
Lake, 29 The Hideaway Ln.
427-6183; www.pocomoonshine.com
Long Lake Camps
239 Long Lake Camps Rd.,
off West St.; 796-2051
www.longlakecamps.com
Southwest Harbor
Maine State Sea Kayak
254 Main St.
244-9500; 877-481-9500
www.mainestateseakayak.com
Smuggler’s Den Campground
20 Main St.
244-3944; 877-244-9033
www.smugglersdencampground.com
Stonington
Isle au Haut Boat Services
Sea Breeze Ave.
367-5193/6516
www.isleauhaut.com
Old Quarry Ocean Adventures
130 Settlement Rd.
367-8977; www.oldquarry.com
Sullivan
Schoodic National Scenic
Byway
395 State St.; 667-7131
www.schoodicbyway.org
Trenton
Great Maine Lumberjack Show
127 Bar Harbor Rd.; 667-0067
www.mainelumberjack.com
Scenic Flights of Acadia
112 Caruso Dr.
664-6000; 667-6527
www.scenicflightsofacadia.com
Wild Acadia Fun Park and
Water Slides
233 Bar Harbor Rd.
667-3573; www.wildacadia.com
Amherst
Peruvian Link
589 Airline Rd.
584-3200; 888-607-PERU (7378)
www.peruvianlink.com
Bar Harbor
Bar Harbor Chamber of
Commerce
1201 Bar Harbor Rd.
288-5103; 800-345-4617
www.barharbormaine.com
Chimani, LLC
221-0266; www.chimani.com
Hannaford Supermarket
86 Cottage St.
288-5680; www.hannaford.com
Jack’s Jewelry
23 & 27 Main St.
288-3803; 800-303-8297
www.jacksjewelry.com
RainWise
25 Federal St.
288-5169; 800-762-5723
www.rainwise.com
Blue Hill
Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber
of Commerce
107 Main St.; 374-3242
www.bluehillpeninsula.org
Bucksport
Bucksport Bay Area Chamber
of Commerce
52 Main St.
469-6818; 888-678-6746
www.bucksportbaychamber.com
Bucksport, Town of
50 Main St.
469-7368; www.bucksport.biz
Hannaford Supermarket
370 Main St.
469-3282; www.hannaford.com
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Calais
Calais Visitor Information
Center
39 Union St.; 454-2211
Friends of Moosehorn
National Wildlife Refuge
103 Headquarters Rd., Unit 10,
Rts. 1 & 191; 454-7161
www.friendsofmoosehorn.org
St. Croix Printing & Publishing
Company
47 Milltown Blvd., St. Stephen, NB
506-466-3220/9951
www.stcroixcourier.ca
St. Croix Valley Chamber of
Commerce
39 Union St.
454-2308; 888-422-3112
www.visitstcroixvalley.com
Castine
Castine Merchants
Association
76 Battle Ave.
326-4502; www.castine.me.us
Cherryfield
DownEast & Acadia Regional
Tourism
87 Milbridge Rd.
546-3600; 888-665-3278
www.downeastacadia.com
Columbia Falls
Wreaths Across America
399 US Rt. 1; 483-2039
www.wreathsacrossamerica.org
Danforth
East Grand Lake Area
Chamber of Commerce
www.eastgrandlake.net
Dennysville
First Light Shows, LLC
73 Foster Ln.; 214-9874
www.firstlightshows.com
Eastport
Eastport Chamber of
Commerce
Water St.; 853-4644
www.eastportchamber.net
Port O’ Call
54 Water St.; 853-0800
www.portocalleastport.com
Ellsworth
Big Chicken Barn Books &
Antiques
1768 Bucksport Rd.; 667-7308
www.bigchickenbarn.com/books.html
Downeast Scenic Railroad
32 Main St.
866-449-RAIL (7245)
www.downeastscenicrail.org
Ellsworth American
30 Water St.
667-2576; 800-499-2576 in Maine
www.ellsworthamerican.com
Ellsworth Area Chamber of
Commerce
163 High St.; 667-5584
www.ellsworthchamber.org
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
225 High St., Ste. 1
667-5300; RX: 667-3732
www.hannaford.com
Gouldsboro
Bartlett Maine Estate Winery
175 Chicken Mill Pond Rd.
546-2408; www.bartlettwinery.com
Gallery Guides of Maine
963-7195
www.galleryguidesofmaine.com
Grand Lake Stream
Grand Lake Stream Area
Chamber of Commerce
www.grandlakestream.org
Machias
Hannaford Supermarket
149 Dublin St.; 255-3201
www.hannaford.com
Machias Bay Area Chamber of
Commerce
85 Main St., Ste. 2
255-4402
www.machiaschamber.org
Milbridge
Dorr Lobster Co., Inc.
182 Bar Island Rd.
546-7488; 855-ME-LOBSTER
www.dorrlobster.com
Milbridge Area Merchants
Association
546-7028; www.milbridge.org
Mount Desert
Northeast Harbor & Southwest
Harbor Port Directories
664-9946
www.visitnortheastharbor.com
Northeast Harbor
Mount Desert Chamber of
Commerce
18 Harbor Rd.; 276-5040
www.mountdesertchamber.org
Orland
East Penobscot Bay
Association
10 Narramissic Dr.
469-1144
www.penobscotbay.com
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Cape Elizabeth
Inn by the Sea
40 Bowery Beach Rd.
799-3134; 866-619-2128
www.innbythesea.com
Falmouth
Falmouth Inn
209 US Rt. 1
781-2120; 800-499-2120
www.falmouthinn.net
Freeport
Applewood Inn
8 Holbrook St.
865-9705; 877-954-1358
www.applewoodusa.com
Best Western Plus Freeport Inn
31 US Rt. 1 S.
865-3106; 800-99-VALUE (82583)
www.freeportinn.com
Blueberry Pond Campground
218 Poland Range Rd.
688-4421; 877-290-1381
www.blueberrycampground.com
Brewster House Bed and
Breakfast
180 Main St.
865-4121; 800-865-0822
www.brewsterhouse.com
Captain Briggs House Bed and
Breakfast
8 Maple Ave.
865-1868; 888-217-2477
www.captainbriggs.com
Casco Bay Inn
107 US Rt. 1
865-4925; 800-570-4970
www.cascobayinn.com
Comfort Suites
500 US Rt. 1
865-9300; 877-865-9300
www.freeportcomfortsuites.com
Econo Lodge
537 US Rt. 1; 865-3777
www.freeportmainehotel.com
Freeport/Durham KOA
82 Big Skye Ln.
688-4288; 888-562-5609
www.freeportkoa.com
Hampton Inn Freeport/
Brunswick
194 Lower Main St.
865-1400; 800-HAMPTON
www.freeportme.hamptoninn.com
Harraseeket Inn
162 Main St.
865-9377; 800-342-6423
www.stayfreeport.com
Hilton Garden Inn Freeport
Downtown
5 Park St.
865-1433; 877-STAY-HGI
www.freeportdowntown.hgi.com
Holiday Inn Express Hotel &
Suites
450 US Rt. 1; 865-9020
888-HOLIDAY (465-4329)
www.hiexpress.com/freeportme
James Place Inn
11 Holbrook St.
865-4486; 800-964-9086
www.jamesplaceinn.com
Kendall Tavern Bed &
Breakfast
213 Main St., Rt. 1
865-1338; 800-341-9572
www.kendalltavern.com
Maine Idyll Motor Court
1411 US Rt. 1; 865-4201
www.maineidyll.com
Maple Hill Bed and Breakfast
18 Maple Ave.
865-3730; 800-867-0478
www.maplehillbedand
breakfast.com
Nicholson Inn
25 Main St.
865-6404; 800-344-6404
www.nicholsoninn.com
Recompence Shore Camp Sites
134 Burnett Rd.; 865-9307
www.freeportcamping.com
Village Inn
186 Main St.
865-3236; 800-998-3649
www.freeportvillageinn.com
White Cedar Inn
178 Main St.
865-9099; 800-853-1269
www.whitecedarinn.com
Winslow Memorial Park
Camping & Public Beach
Staples Point Rd.
865-4198/9052
www.freeportmaine.com
Wolf Neck Bed & Breakfast
93 Birch Point Rd.
865-1725; 352-588-2567
www.wolfneckbb.com
Gray
George Perley House
8 George Perley Rd.
657-4085; 800-768-9607
www.georgeperleyhouse.com
Portland
Chadwick Inn Bed &
Breakfast
140 Chadwick St.
774-5141; 800-774-2137
www.thechadwick.com
Clarion Hotel
1230 Congress St.
774-5611; 800-4-CHOICE
www.portlandclarion.com
Eastland Park Hotel
157 High St.
775-5411; 888-671-8008
www.eastlandparkhotel.com
Embassy Suites Hotel
1050 Westbrook St.
775-2200; 800-753-8767
www.embassysuitesportland.com
Fairfield Inn Portland/Maine Mall
2 Cummings Rd.; 883-0300
www.marriott.com/pwmpt
Fireside Inn & Suites - Portland
81 Riverside St.
774-5601; 877-934-7374
www.firesideinnportland.com
Fleetwood House B&B
10 Fleetwood St.; 772-9592
www.fleetwoodhousebandb.net
Hilton Garden Inn Portland Airport
145 Jetport Blvd.
828-1117; 877-STAY-HGI
www.portlandhilton.com
Hilton Garden Inn Portland
Downtown Waterfront
65 Commercial St.
780-0780; 877-STAY-HGI
www.portlanddowntown
waterfront.stayhgi.com
Holiday Inn by the Bay
88 Spring St.
775-2311; 800-345-5050
www.innbythebay.com
Homewood Suites by Hilton
200 Southborough Dr.
775-2700; 800-Call-Home
www.portlandme.
homewoodsuites.com
Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel
155 Riverside St.
774-5861; 800-446-4656
www.hojoportland.com
Inn at Park Spring
135 Spring St.
774-1059; 800-437-8511
www.innatparkspring.com
Inn at St. John
939 Congress St.
773-6481; 800-636-9127
www.innatstjohn.com
Percy Inn
15 Pine St.
871-7638; 888-417-3729
www.percyinn.com
PineCrest Bed & Breakfast Inn
91 South St.; 839-5843
877-4PINE BB (474-6322)
www.pinecrestmaine.com
Portland Harbor Hotel
468 Fore St.
775-9090; 888-798-9090
www.portlandharborhotel.com
Southwest Harbor
Southwest Harbor/Tremont
Chamber of Commerce
329 Main St.; 244-9264
www.acadiachamber.com
Stonington
Deer Isle-Stonington Chamber
of Commerce
Rt. 15 at Eggemoggin Rd.
348-6124; www.deerisle.com
Trenton
Trenton Chamber of
Commerce
1007 Bar Harbor Rd.
667-1259; www.trentonmaine.com
Whiting
Coastal Way Down East
Tourist Guide
242 US Rte. 1
www.coastalwaydowneast.com
Cobscook Bay Area Chamber
of Commerce
203-871-3714; www.cobscookbay.com
Winter Harbor
Schoodic Area Chamber of
Commerce
963-7658
www.acadia-schoodic.org
Portland Regency Hotel
20 Milk St.
774-4200; 800-727-3436
www.theregency.com
Residence Inn Portland
Downtown Waterfront
145 Fore St.; 761-1660
www.residenceinndowntown
portland.com
Wild Iris Inn
273 State St.
775-0224; 800-600-1557
www.wildirisinn.com
Scarborough
America’s Best Value Inn
321 US Rt. 1
883-6004; 800-371-6005
www.millbrookmotel.com
Bayley’s Camping Resort
275 Pine Point Rd.; 883-6043
www.bayleys-camping.com
Black Point Inn
510 Black Point Rd.; 883-2500
www.blackpointinn.com
Higgins Beach Inn
34 Ocean Ave.
883-6684; 800-836-2322
www.higginsbeachinn.com
Holiday House Inn & Motel
106 E. Grand Ave.; 883-4417
www.holidayhouseinn.com
Lighthouse Inn at Pine Point
3 King St.
883-3213; 800-780-3213
www.lighthouseinnatpinepoint.com
Pride Motel & Cottages
677 US Rt. 1
883-4816; 800-424-3350
www.pridemotel.com
Sand Dollar Inn
372 Pine Point Rd.,
Pine Point Beach
883-0080/0090
www.thesanddollarinn.com
Greater Portland & Casco Bay
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Holiday Inn by the Bay
88 Spring St.
775-2311; 800-345-5050
www.innbythebay.com
Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel
155 Riverside St.
774-5861; 800-446-4656
www.hojoportland.com
Maine Foodie Tours
227 Commercial St.; 233-7485
800-695-4849 (for tickets)
www.mainefoodietours.com
PineCrest Bed & Breakfast Inn
91 South St.; 839-5843
877-4PINE BB (474-6322)
www.pinecrestmaine.com
Portland Harbor Hotel
468 Fore St.
775-9090; 888-798-9090
www.portlandharborhotel.com
Portland Regency Hotel
20 Milk St.
774-4200; 800-727-3436
www.theregency.com
Silly’s Restaurant
40 Washington Ave.
772-0360; www.sillys.com
SOAKOLOGY Foot Sanctuary &
Teahouse
30 City Center
879-7625; www.soakology.com
Scarborough
Black Point Inn
510 Black Point Rd.; 883-2500
www.blackpointinn.com
Clambake Seafood Restaurant
350 Pine Point Rd.; 883-4871
www.clambakerestaurant.com
Higgins Beach Inn
34 Ocean Ave.
883-6684; 800-836-2322
www.higginsbeachinn.com
Maine Indoor Karting
23 Washington Ave.; 885-0058
888-2GOKART (246-5278)
www.maineindoorkarting.com
Sand Dollar Inn
372 Pine Point Rd.,
Pine Point Beach; 883-0080/0090
www.thesanddollarinn.com
Scarborough Downs
90 Payne Rd.; 883-4331
www.scarboroughdowns.com
South Portland
Best Western Merry Manor Inn
700 Main St.
774-6151; 800-WESTERN
www.merrymanorinn.com
Courtyard Portland Airport
100 Southborough Dr.
253-5005; 866-456-7844
www.marriott.com/pwmlo
Maine Mall
364 Maine Mall Rd.
774-0303; www.mainemall.com
Portland Marriott at Sable Oaks
200 Sable Oaks Dr.
871-8000; 800-752-8810
www.marriottsouthportland.com
Thai Taste Restaurant and
India Taste Restaurant
435 Cottage Rd.; 767-3599
www.thaitastemaine.com
Wyndham Hotel Portland Airport
363 Maine Mall Rd.; 775-6161
www.wyndhamportlandmaine.com
Westbrook
Pride’s Corner Flea Market
33 Elmwood Ave.; 400-2609
www.pridescornerfleamarket.com
Wassamki Springs
Campground
56 Saco St.; 839-4276
www.wassamkisprings.com
South Portland
Best Western Merry Manor Inn
700 Main St.
774-6151; 800-WESTERN
www.merrymanorinn.com
Comfort Inn
90 Maine Mall Rd.
775-0409; 877-424-6423
www.comfortinn.com/hotel/me400
Courtyard Portland Airport
100 Southborough Dr.
253-5005; 866-456-7844
www.marriott.com/pwmlo
Days Inn
461 Maine Mall Rd.; 772-3450
800-DAYSINN (329-7466)
www.daysinn.com/hotel/02004
Hampton Inn
171 Philbrook Ave.
773-4400; 800-HAMPTON
www.portlandhamptoninn.com
Holiday Inn Express
303 Sable Oakes Dr.; 775-3900
888-HOLIDAY (465-4329)
www.hiexpress.com/southportland
Portland Marriott at Sable Oaks
200 Sable Oaks Dr.
871-8000; 800-752-8810
www.marriottsouthportland.com
Wyndham Hotel Portland Airport
363 Maine Mall Rd.; 775-6161
www.wyndhamportlandmaine.com
Yarmouth
Down East Village Motel
705 Rt. 1; 846-5161
www.DownEastVillage.com
Durham
Durham Leisure Campground (DLC)
24 Leisure Lane
353-5535; www.dlcmaine.com
Freeport
Blueberry Pond Campground
218 Poland Range Rd.
688-4421; 877-290-1381
www.blueberrycampground.com
Cedar Haven Family
Campground
39 Baker Rd.; 869-5026
www.cedarhavenfamily
campground.com
Desert of Maine
95 Desert Rd.; 865-6962
www.desertofmaine.com
Freeport Village Campground
11 Dotens Ln.; 865-9227
Freeport/Durham KOA
82 Big Skye Ln.
688-4288; 888-562-5609
www.freeportkoa.com
Recompence Shore Camp Sites
134 Burnett Rd.; 865-9307
www.freeportcamping.com
Winslow Memorial Park
Camping & Public Beach
Staples Point Rd.; 865-4198/9052
www.freeportmaine.com
Scarborough
Bayley’s Camping Resort
275 Pine Point Rd.; 883-6043
www.bayleys-camping.com
Wassamki Springs
Campground
56 Saco St.; 839-4276
www.wassamkisprings.com
Brunswick
Lions Pride
112 Pleasant St.
373-1840; Cell: 699-9166
www.lionspridepub.com
Cape Elizabeth
Inn by the Sea
40 Bowery Beach Rd.
799-3134; 866-619-2128
www.innbythesea.com
Lobster Shack at Two Lights
225 Two Lights Rd.; 799-1677
www.lobstershacktwolights.com
Freeport
Antonia’s Pizzeria Bar & Grill
193 Lower Main St.; 865-6863
www.antoniaspizzeria.com
Best Western Plus Freeport Inn
31 US Rt. 1 S.; 865-3106
800-99-VALUE (82583)
www.freeportinn.com
Corsican Restaurant
9 Mechanic St.; 865-9421
www.corsicanrestaurant.com
Harraseeket Inn
162 Main St.
865-9377; 800-342-6423
www.harraseeketinn.com
Harraseeket Lunch & Lobster
Company
36 Main St.; 865-4888/3535
www.harraseeketlunchandlobster.com
Hilton Garden Inn Freeport
Downtown, 5 Park St.
865-1433; 877-STAY-HGI
www.freeportdowntown.hgi.com
Jacqueline’s Tea Room
201 Main St.; 865-2123
www.jacquelinestearoom.com
Jameson Tavern
115 Main St.; 865-4196
www.jamesontavern.com
Sunrise Cafe
475 US Rt. 1; 865-6115
Portland
Clarion Hotel
1230 Congress St.
774-5611; 800-4-CHOICE
www.portlandclarion.com
DiMillo’s Floating Restaurant
25 Long Wharf
772-2216; www.dimillos.com
Eastland Park Hotel
157 High St.
775-5411; 888-671-8008
www.eastlandparkhotel.com
Embassy Suites Hotel
1050 Westbrook St.
775-2200; 800-753-8767
www.embassysuitesportland.com
Fireside Inn & Suites - Portland
81 Riverside St.
774-5601; 877-934-7374
www.firesideinnportland.com
Great Lost Bear
540 Forest Ave.; 772-0300
www.greatlostbear.com
Gritty McDuff’s Brew Pubs
396 Fore St.
772-BREW(2739); www.grittys.com
Hilton Garden Inn Portland Airport
145 Jetport Blvd.
828-1117; 877-STAY-HGI
www.portlandhilton.com
Hilton Garden Inn Portland
Downtown Waterfront
65 Commercial St.
780-0780; 877-STAY-HGI
www.portlanddowntown
waterfront.stayhgi.com
Yarmouth
Day’s Crabmeat & Lobster
1269 Rt. 1; 846-5871/3436
www.dayscrabmeatandlobster.com
Cape Elizabeth
Museum at Portland Head Light
1000 Shore Rd.; 799-2661
www.portlandheadlight.com
Falmouth
Galeyrie Historic Maps and
Custom Framers
190 US Rt. 1; 781-3555
www.galeyrie.com
Freeport
Lovell Designs
45B Main St.
865-3037; 800-533-9685
www.lovelldesigns.com
North Yarmouth
Skyline Farm
95 The Lane; 829-9203
www.skylinefarm.org
Portland
Children’s Museum & Theatre
of Maine
142 Free St.; 828-1234
www.kitetails.org
Friends of the Kotzschmar Organ
50 Monument Square, 2nd Floor
553-4363; www.foko.org
Maine Foodie Tours
227 Commercial St.; 233-7485
800-695-4849 (for tickets)
www.mainefoodietours.com
Maine Historical Society
489 Congress St., Wadsworth-
Longfellow House
774-1822; www.mainehistory.org
Maine Narrow Gauge RR
Company & Museum
58 Fore St.; 828-0814
www.mainenarrowgauge.org
Maine Potters Market
376 Fore St.; 774-1633
www.mainepottersmarket.com
Portland Museum of Art
7 Congress Sq.; 775-6148
www.portlandmuseum.org
Portland Stage
25A Forest Ave.
Box Office: 774-0465
www.portlandstage.org
Vervacious
227 Commercial St.; 221-3590
www.vervacious.com
Vervacious
58 Main St.; 221-3590
www.vervacious.com
Victoria Mansion
Morse-Libby House (1858)
109 Danforth St.; 772-4841
www.victoriamansion.org
South Portland
ARTiPLAQ, Inc.
120 Thadeus St. Unit 5
772-2025; www.artiplaq.com
Southern Maine Community
College/Culinary Arts
Department
2 Fort Rd.; 741-5608; 877-282-2182
www.smccme.edu
Yarmouth
Yarmouth Historical Society
215 Main St., Merrill Memorial
Library; 846-6259
www.yarmouthmehistory.org
Falmouth
Capt. Lyman Stuart, LLC
215 Foreside Rd.; 615-6917
www.handyboat.com/lessons.htm
Freeport
Atlantic Seal Cruises
Town Dock; 865-6112
www.atlanticsealcruises.com
Desert of Maine
95 Desert Rd.; 865-6962
www.desertofmaine.com
L. L. Bean
95 Main St.
800-441-5713; www.llbean.com
Winslow Memorial Park
Camping & Public Beach
Staples Point Rd.
865-4198/9052
www.freeportmaine.com
Gorham
Gorham Country Club
93 McLellan Rd.; 839-3490
www.gorhamcountryclub.com
Gray
Spring Meadows Golf and
Country Club at Cole Farms
59 Lewiston Rd.; 657-2586/5820
www.springmeadowsgolf.com
North Yarmouth
Skyline Farm
95 The Lane
829-9203; www.skylinefarm.org
Portland
Casco Bay Lines
56 Commercial St.; 774-7871 x 105
www.cascobaylines.com
Maine Sailing Adventures
Maine State Pier, Commercial St.
749-9169
www.mainesailingadventures.net
Portland Discovery Land and
Sea Tours, 170 Commercial St.,
Long Wharf; 774-0808
www.portlanddiscovery.com
Portland Schooner Company
Maine State Pier, 56 Commercial St.
766-2500; 87-SCHOONER
www.portlandschooner.com
Portland Sea Dogs Baseball
Hadlock Field, 271 Park Ave.
874-9300; 800-936-DOGS
www.seadogs.com
Segway Tours of Portland
25 Pearl St.; 619-7610
www.portlandsegway.com
Scarborough
Bayley’s Camping Resort
275 Pine Point Rd.; 883-6043
www.bayleys-camping.com
Beech Ridge Motor Speedway
70 Holmes Rd.; 885-0111
www.beechridge.com
Maine Day Trip
110 Marginal Way; #139
838-5275; www.mainedaytrip.com
Nonesuch River Golf Club
304 Gorham Rd.
883-0007; 888-256-2717
www.nonesuchgolf.com
Scarborough Downs
90 Payne Rd.; 883-4331
www.scarboroughdowns.com
South Freeport
Ring’s Marine Service, Inc.
22 Smelt Brook Rd.; 865-6143
www.ringsmarineservice.com
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Barton & Gingold
52 Center St.
774-2458; 800-370-2458
www.bartongingold.com
Berry, Dunn, McNeil & Parker
100 Middle St.
775-2387; www.bdmp.com
Catch a Piece of Maine
40 Commercial St.
774-7800; 877-222-4630
www.catchapieceofmaine.com
Cross Jewelers
570 Congress St.
773-3107; 800-433-2988
www.crossjewelers.com
Daigle Commercial Group
178 Middle St., Ste. 403
773-4222; www.daigleproperties.com
Discover Maine Magazine
10 Exchange St., Ste. 208
874-7720; 800-753-8684
www.discovermainemagazine.com
Greater Portland Convention
& Visitors Bureau
94 Commercial St., Ste. 300
Visitor Info: 772-5800;
Office: 772-4994; 800-306-4185
www.visitportland.com
Greater Portland Landmarks
93 High St.; 774-5561
www.portlandlandmarks.org
Guide ME Maps
3 Mitchell Wood Drive; 232-5417
www.guidememaps.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 295 Forest Ave.
761-5965; RX: 761-5967
www.hannaford.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 787 Riverside St.
878-0191; RX: 878-1106
www.hannaford.com
Harbor Fish Market
9 Custom House Wharf
775-0251; 800-370-1790
www.harborfish.com
MPX
2275 Congress St.
774-6116; 800-477-6117
www.mpxonline.com
Pierce Atwood, LLP
1 Monument Sq.
791-1100; www.pierceatwood.com
Portland International Jetport
1001 Westbrook St.
874-8877
www.portlandjetport.org
Freeport Wine Outlet
554 US Rt. 1, Ste. 3
865-0777
www.mainewineoutlets.com
J. L. Coombs
262-2 US Rt. 1
865-4333; 800-683-5739
www.jlcoombs.com
L. L. Bean
95 Main St.; 800-441-5713
www.llbean.com
Maine Distilleries, LLC
437 US Rt. 1; 865-4828
www.coldrivervodka.com
R.D. Allen Freeport Jewelers
13 Middle St., Ste 1
865-1818; 877-837-3835
www.rdallen.com
Royal River Natural Foods
443 US Rt. 1
865-0046; www.rrnf.com
Thomas Moser Cabinetmakers
149 Main St.
865-4519; 800-708-9041
www.thosmoser.com
Gorham
Custom Coach and Limousine
19 Bartlett Rd.
797-9100; 800-585-3589
www.customcoachandlimo.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
99 Main St.
839-6553; RX: 839-6551
www.hannaford.com
Parent & Family
15 Primrose Ln.; 839-2804
www.myparentandfamily.com
Gray
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
130 Shaker Rd.
657-5800; RX: 657-5832
www.hannaford.com
Long Island
Trundy Point LLC, dba
Calendar Island Mussel Co.
409-3712
www.calendarislandmussels.com
Peaks Island
Casco Bay Kayak Rentals
64 New Island Ave.; 766-2650
Portland
Amtrak Downeaster
Thompson Point Rd.
780-1000; 800-USA-RAIL
www.amtrakdowneaster.com
South Portland
Go Fish Charters
Spring Point Marina
799-1339; Cell: 232-1678
www.gofishmaine.com
Sable Oaks Golf Club
505 Country Club Dr.; 775-6257
www.sableoaks.com
Falmouth
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 65 Gray Rd.
878-0050; RX: 878-0017
www.hannaford.com
Maine Section American
Society of Civil Engineers
775-4495; www.maineasce.org
Oceanview Retirement
Community
20 Blueberry Ln.; 781-4460
www.oceanviewrc.com
Regional Activities Guide of Maine
9 Sciterry Gussett Dr.; 671-7230
www.activitiesguideofmaine.com
Springdale Farm New & Used
Tack Shop
356 Blackstrap Rd.; 797-4857
www.springdaletackshop.com
United Insurance Bradish-
Young Agency
Foreside Pl., 202 US Rt. 1, Box 102
781-3519
www.uig-me.com/27.html
Freeport
Allen-Edmonds Shoe Corp.
32 Main St.; 865-6222
www.allenedmonds.com
Brown Goldsmiths
11 Mechanic St.
865-4126; 800-753-4465
www.browngoldsmiths.com
Claire Murray Outlet Store
123 Main St.
865-1622; 866-868-7001
www.clairemurray.com
Cuddledown
554 US Rt. 1; 888-235-3696
www.cuddledown.com
Earrings & Company
2 Mechanic St.
865-3097; 866-209-2570
www.earringsandcompany.com
Freeport USA
23 Depot St.
865-1212; 800-865-1994
www.freeportusa.com
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Portland Magazine
165 State St.; 775-4339
www.portlandmagazine.com
Portland Regional Chamber
60 Pearl St.; 772-2811
www.portlandregion.com
Portland’s Downtown District
549 Congress St.; 772-6828
www.portlandmaine.com
SOAKOLOGY Foot Sanctuary &
Teahouse
30 City Center
879-7625; www.soakology.com
Verrill Dana, LLP
One Portland Sq.; 774-4000
www.verrilldana.com
VIP Tour & Charter Bus Co.
129-137 Fox St.
772-4457; 800-337-4457
www.vipchartercoaches.com
Wassail LLC dba Maine Mead
Works
51 Washington Ave.; 773-6323
www.mainemeadworks.com
Zaftig
87 Market St.; 712-6303
Scarborough
Chilton Furniture
410 Payne Rd.
883-3366; 866-883-3366
www.chiltons.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
31 Hannaford Dr., Rt. 1
883-7670; RX: 883-7674
www.hannaford.com
Len Libby Candies
419 US Rt. 1; 883-4897/4658
www.lenlibby.com
Maine Indoor Karting
23 Washington Ave.
885-0058; 888-2GOKART (246-5278)
www.maineindoorkarting.com
Modern Woodmen of America
5 Ward St.
883-3967; 888-844-5952
www.modern-woodmen.org
Nimlok Maine
1 Gibson Rd, Ste. 3
510-6777; 800-421-1799
www.nimlok-maine.com
South Portland
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 50 Cottage Rd.
799-7359; RX: 799-9484
www.hannaford.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
415 Philbrook Ave., Hannaford Pl.
761-2729; RX: 772-0758
www.hannaford.com
Maine Limousine Service
184 Main St. Ste. 1A
883-0222; 800-646-0068
www.mainelimo.com
Maine Mall
364 Maine Mall Rd.
774-0303; www.mainemall.com
Maine Today Media
295 Gannett Rd.
791-6087; 800-422-6036 x 6087
www.pressherald.com
Southern Maine Community
College/Culinary Arts
Department, 2 Fort Rd.
741-5608; 877-282-2182
www.smccme.edu
Westbrook
Current Publishing
840 Main St.; 854-2577
www.keepmecurrent.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 7 Hannaford Dr.
854-4631; RX: 854-1294
www.hannaford.com
Pride’s Corner Flea Market
33 Elmwood Ave.; 400-2609
www.pridescornerfleamarket.com
Yarmouth
Brett Davis Real Estate
65 Forest Falls Dr.; 846-0085
www.brettdavisrealtors.com
DeLorme Mapping
2 DeLorme Dr.
846-7100; 800-642-0970
www.delorme.com
Islandport Press, Inc.
267 US Rt. 1, Ste. B; 846-3344
www.islandportpress.com
Yarmouth Chamber of
Commerce, 162 Main St.
846-3984; www.yarmouthmaine.org
Yarmouth Visitor Information
Center
1100 US Rt. 1 at I-295, Exit 17
846-0833
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
756 Shopper’s Village, Rt. 1
846-5941; RX: 846-5251
www.hannaford.com
Kennebec & Moose River Valleys
Augusta
Augusta Civic Center Inn
110 Community Dr.
622-4751; 800-694-6404
www.augustaciviccenterinn.com
Comfort Inn Civic Center
281 Civic Center Dr.
623-1000; 800-808-1188
www.comfortinn.com/hotel/me017
Fairfield Inn & Suites
14 Anthony Ave.; 623-2200
www.marriott.com/augfi
Lakeside Motel, Cabins &
Marina
77 Turtle Run Rd., Cobbossee Lake
395-6741; 800-532-6892
www.lakesidelodging.com
Maple Hill Farm Bed &
Breakfast Inn
11 Inn Rd.
622-2708; 800-622-2708
www.MapleBB.com
Quality Inn & Suites - Maine
Evergreen Hotel
65 Whitten Rd.
622-3776; 866-622-3776
www.augustaqualityinn.com
Senator Inn & Spa
284 Western Ave.
622-5804; 877-772-2224
www.senatorinn.com
Belgrade/Belgrade Lakes
Bear Spring Camps
60 Jamaica Point Rd.
397-2341
www.bearspringcamps.com
Belgrade Lakes Four Season
Cottages
9 Bass Ln.; 495-9217
www.belgradecottages.com
Belgrade Vacation Rentals
465-7007; 800-760-1503
www.belgradevacationrentals.com
Castle Island Camps
441 Castle Island Rd.
495-3312; Win: 293-2266
www.castleislandcamps.com
Lakeside Cottage Rentals
25 Marina Dr.
495-4046; www.lcrentals.com
Rowe’s Log Cabins
55 Woodrest Ln.; 465-0925
www.roweslogcabins.com
Sunset Camps
Rts. 8 & 137; 362-2611
www.sunsetcamps.com
Whisperwood Lodge & Cottages
103 Taylor Woods Rd.; 465-3983
www.whisperwoodlodge.com
Woodrest Cottages
44 Woodrest Ln.; 465-2950
www.woodrest.com
Bingham
Bingham Motor Inn & Sports
Complex, Rt. 201
672-4135; 866-806-6120
www.binghammotorinn.com
North Country Rivers
36 Main St., Rt. 201
672-4814; 800-348-8871
www.northcountryrivers.com
Caratunk
Adventure Bound
1094 US Rt. 201
672-4300; 888-606-RAFT (7238)
www.adv-bound.com
East Winthrop
Cobbossee Cottages
Turtle Run Rd.; 622-3776
www.cozycottages.com
Fayette
Echo Lake Lodge & Cottages
230 Echo Lodge Rd.
380-5555
www.echolakecottages.com
Home-Nest Farm
76 Baldwin Hill Rd.
897-4125
www.homenestfarm.com
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Northern Outdoors
1771 Rt. 201
663-4466; 800-765-7238 US/CAN
www.northernoutdoors.com
Professional River Runners of
Maine, Rt. 201
663-2229; 800-325-3911
www.proriverrunners.com
Waterville
Best Western Plus - Waterville
375 Upper Main St.
873-0111; 800-785-0111
www.bestwestern.com
Budget Host Inn
400 Kennedy Memorial Dr.
873-3366; 800-BUD-HOST (283-4678)
www.budgethost.com
Comfort Inn & Suites
332 Main St.
873-2777; 877-424-6423
www.choicehotels.com/hotel/me005
Fireside Inn & Suites -
Waterville
356 Main St., Exit 130, I-95
873-3335; Resv: 800-357-9057
www.firesideinnwaterville.com
Hampton Inn
425 Kennedy Memorial Dr.
873-0400; 800-HAMPTON
www.watervilleaugusta.
hamptoninn.com
West Forks
Hawks Nest Lodge &
Restaurant
2989 US Rt. 201; 663-2020
www.hawksnestlodge.com
Magic Falls Rafting Company
30 Dead River Rd.
663-2220; 800-207-7238
www.magicfalls.com
Winthrop
Annabessacook Farm Bed &
Breakfast
192 Annabessacook Rd.; 377-3276
www.annabessacookfarm.com
Winthrop Motel
1385 US Rt. 202; 377-2213
www.motelwinthrop.com
Yukon Cottages
55 S. Yukon Ln.; 395-4614
www.yukoncottages.com
Augusta
Maple Hill Farm Bed &
Breakfast Inn
11 Inn Rd.
622-2708; 800-622-2708
www.MapleBB.com
Bingham
North Country Rivers
36 Main St., Rt. 201
672-4814; 800-348-8871
www.northcountryrivers.com
Caratunk
Adventure Bound
1094 US Rt. 201
672-4300; 888-606-RAFT (7238)
www.adv-bound.com
Jackman
John’s Four Season
Accommodations & Family
Campground, 37 Johns St.
668-7683; 888-668-0098
www.johnsfourseasons.com
Moose River
Windfall Rafting
697 Main St., Rt. 201
668-4818; 800-683-2009
www.windfallrafting.com
Bingham
North Country Rivers
36 Main St., Rt. 201
672-4814; 800-348-8871
www.northcountryrivers.com
Caratunk
Adventure Bound
1094 US Rt. 201
672-4300; 888-606-RAFT (7238)
www.adv-bound.com
Embden
Hunnewell Valley
957 New Portland Rd.; 635-2289
www.hunnewellvalley.com
Jackman
Attean Lake Lodge
Birch Island, Attean Lake
668-3792; www.atteanlodge.com
Bishop’s Motel
461 Main St.
668-3231; 888-991-7669
www.bishopsmotel.com
Cedar Ridge Outfitters
3 Cedar Ridge Dr.; 668-4169
www.cedarridgeoutfitters.com
Moose River
Windfall Rafting
697 Main St., Rt. 201
668-4818; 800-683-2009
www.windfallrafting.com
The Forks
Crab Apple Acres Inn &
Whitewater
3 Lake Moxie Rd.
663-2218; 800-553-7238
www.crabapplewhitewater.com
Moxie Outdoor Adventures
Rafting Company
1609 Rt. 201
663-2231; 800-866-6943
www.moxierafting.com
Northern Outdoors
1771 Rt. 201
663-4466; 800-765-7238 US/CAN
www.northernoutdoors.com
Professional River Runners
of Maine
Rt. 201; 663-2229; 800-325-3911
www.proriverrunners.com
Vassalboro
Fieldstone Gardens
55 Quaker Ln.; 923-3836
www.FieldstoneGardens.com
West Forks
Magic Falls Rafting Company
30 Dead River Rd.
663-2220; 800-207-7238
www.magicfalls.com
Augusta
American Lung Association
122 State St.; 622-6394
800-LUNG USA (800-586-4872)
www.lungme.org
Augusta Civic Center
76 Community Dr.; 626-2405
www.augustaciviccenter.org
Copy Center Plus
243 Western Ave.
623-1452; 800-287-1452
www.thecopycenterplus.com
Fieldstone Media
552 West Rd.
512-4111; 888-674-9577
www.fieldstonemedia.com
Hannaford Platinum LEED
Certified, 118 Cony St.
621-2570; www.hannaford.com
North Monmouth
Beaver Brook Campground
Androscoggin Lake
933-2108; www.beaver-brook.com
Skowhegan
Skowhegan-Canaan KOA
Rt. 2; 474-2858; 800-562-7571
www.smorefuncampground.com
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at
Yonder Hill
221 Lakewood Rd.; 735-7964
www.yonderhilljellystone.com
The Forks
Crab Apple Acres Inn &
Whitewater
3 Lake Moxie Rd.
663-2218; 800-553-7238
www.crabapplewhitewater.com
Moxie Outdoor Adventures
Rafting Company
1609 Rt. 201
663-2231; 800-866-6943
www.moxierafting.com
Northern Outdoors
1771 Rt. 201
663-4466; 800-765-7238 US/CAN
www.northernoutdoors.com
Professional River Runners of
Maine, Rt. 201
663-2229; 800-325-3911
www.proriverrunners.com
West Forks
Magic Falls Rafting Company
30 Dead River Rd.
663-2220; 800-207-7238
www.magicfalls.com
Augusta
Augusta Civic Center Inn
110 Community Dr.
622-4751; 800-694-6404
www.augustaciviccenterinn.com
Comfort Inn Civic Center
281 Civic Center Dr.
623-1000; 800-808-1188
www.comfortinn.com/hotel/me017
Senator Inn & Spa
284 Western Ave.
622-5804; 877-772-2224
www.senatorinn.com
Belgrade/Belgrade
Lakes
Whisperwood Lodge &
Cottages
103 Taylor Woods Rd.; 465-3983
www.whisperwoodlodge.com
Bingham
North Country Rivers
36 Main St., Rt. 201
672-4814; 800-348-8871
www.northcountryrivers.com
Hallowell
Liberal Cup Public House and
Brewery
115 Water St.; 623-2739
www.theliberalcup.com
Skowhegan
Heritage House Restaurant
182 Madison Ave.; 474-5100
www.hhrestaurant.com
Lakewood Theater
76 Theater Rd.; 474-7176
www.lakewoodtheater.org
The Forks
Crab Apple Acres Inn &
Whitewater
3 Lake Moxie Rd.
663-2218; 800-553-7238
www.crabapplewhitewater.com
Northern Outdoors
1771 Rt. 201
663-4466; 800-765-7238 US/CAN
www.northernoutdoors.com
Waterville
Best Western Plus - Waterville
375 Upper Main St.
873-0111; 800-785-0111
www.bestwestern.com
Budget Host Inn
400 Kennedy Memorial Dr.
873-3366; 800-BUD-HOST (283-4678)
www.budgethost.com
Fireside Inn & Suites -
Waterville
356 Main St., Exit 130, I-95
873-3335; Resv: 800-357-9057
www.firesideinnwaterville.com
West Forks
Hawks Nest Lodge &
Restaurant
2989 US Rt. 201; 663-2020
www.hawksnestlodge.com
Augusta
Maine State Museum
230 State St.; 287-2301
www.mainestatemuseum.org
Farmingdale
Alan Claude Studio
42 Grant St.; 582-0530
www.alanclaude.com
Gardiner
Center for Maine Craft
24 Service Plaza Dr.
588-0021; www.mainecrafts.org
Hallowell
Gaslight Theater
City Hall, 1 Winthrop St.
626-3698 (reservations only)
www.gaslighttheater.org
Hinckley
L. C. Bates Museum
Campus of Good Will-Hinckley, Rt. 201
238-4250; www.gwh.org
Monmouth
Theater at Monmouth
796 Main St.; 933-9999/2952
www.theateratmonmouth.org
Skowhegan
Kneading Conference &
Artisan Bread Fair
Tewksbury Hall, 13 Island Ave.
Registration: 947-6622 x 142
www.kneadingconference.com
Lakewood Theater
76 Theater Rd.; 474-7176
www.lakewoodtheater.org
Waterville
Colby College Museum of Art
5600 Mayflower Hill Dr.
859-5600; www.colby.edu/museum/
Augusta
Natanis Golf Course
735 Webber Pond Rd.
622-3561/6164; www.natanisgc.com
Belgrade/Belgrade
Lakes
Bear Spring Camps
60 Jamaica Point Rd.; 397-2341
www.bearspringcamps.com
Whisperwood Lodge &
Cottages
103 Taylor Woods Rd.; 465-3983
www.whisperwoodlodge.com 176
Hallowell
Benjamin Wales House Bed &
Breakfast, 49 Middle St.
512-2461; 877-323-4712
www.benjaminwales.com
Second Street Bed & Breakfast
68 Second St.; 622-2214
www.secondstbandb.com
Jackman
Attean Lake Lodge
Birch Island, Attean Lake
668-3792; www.atteanlodge.com
Bishop’s Motel
461 Main St.
668-3231; 888-991-7669
www.bishopsmotel.com
Cedar Ridge Outfitters
3 Cedar Ridge Dr.; 668-4169
www.cedarridgeoutfitters.com
John’s Four Season
Accommodations & Family
Campground, 37 Johns St.
668-7683; 888-668-0098
www.johnsfourseasons.com
Sky Lodge Resort and Cabins
766 Main St., 3 Sky Lodge Dr.
668-2171; 800-307-0098
www.skylodge.net
Monmouth
A Rise and Shine Bed and
Breakfast and Events Place
19 Moose Run Dr., Rt. 135
933-9876; www.riseandshinebb.com
Moose River
Windfall Rafting
697 Main St., Rt. 201
668-4818; 800-683-2009
www.windfallrafting.com
North Monmouth
Beaver Brook Campground
Androscoggin Lake
933-2108; www.beaver-brook.com
Oakland
Alden Camps
3 Alden Camps Cove
465-7703; www.aldencamps.com
Rome
Taconnet on Great Pond
Joyce Island on Great pond
397-2351; Win: 645-3800
800-588-7024
www.taconnetongreatpond.com
Skowhegan
Belmont Motel
273 Madison Ave., Rt. 201
474-8315; 800-235-6669
www.belmontmotel.com
Helen’s Bed & Breakfast
165 Madison Ave.
474-0066; www.helensbandb.com
Skowhegan-Canaan KOA
Rt. 2; 474-2858; 800-562-7571
www.smorefuncampground.com
Towne Motel
172 Madison Ave.
474-5151; 800-843-4405
www.townemotel.com
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at
Yonder Hill
221 Lakewood Rd.; 735-7964
www.yonderhilljellystone.com
The Forks
Crab Apple Acres Inn &
Whitewater, 3 Lake Moxie Rd.
663-2218; 800-553-7238
www.crabapplewhitewater.com
Moxie Outdoor Adventures
Rafting Company
1609 Rt. 201
663-2231; 800-866-6943
www.moxierafting.com
CAMPING
DINING
ARTS/CULTURE
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OTHER SERVICES
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Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 29 Whitten Rd.
622-3137; RX: 622-3148
www.hannaford.com
J. S. McCarthy Printers
15 Darin Dr.
622-6241; 888-465-6241
www.jsmccarthy.com
Kennebec Savings Bank
150 State St.; 622-5801
www.kennebecsavings.com
Kennebec Valley Chamber of
Commerce
21 University Dr.; 623-4559
www.augustamaine.com
Kennebec Valley Tourism
Council, 77 Sewall St.
623-4883; 800-393-8629
www.kennebecvalley.org
Maine Better Transportation
Association
146 State St.; 622-0526
www.mbtaonline.org
Maine Beverage Company
337 State St.; 512-3500
www.mebeverage.com
Maine Community College
System
323 State St.; 629-4000
www.mccs.me.edu
Maine Lobster Promotion
Council
2 Union St., Ste. 204; 541-9310
www.lobsterfrommaine.com
Maine Logos, LLC
93 Western Ave.
622-7264; 877-945-5646
www.interstatelogos.com
Farmingdale
Elliott Office Products, Inc.
561 Maine Ave.
582-4625; 800-218-0774
Gardiner
Gardiner Main Street
177 Water St.; 582-3100
www.gardinermainst.org
Gardiner, City of
6 Church St.; 582-4200/6888
www.gardinermaine.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 40 Main Ave.
582-3470; RX: 582-3771
www.hannaford.com
Hallowell
Hallowell Area Board of Trade
620-7477; www.hallowell.org
Maine Aquaculture
Association
103 Water St., 4th Fl.; 622-0136
www.maineaquaculture.com
Jackman
Dana’s Snowmobile Rentals
429 Main St.; 668-7828
www.danasrentals.com
Jackman Moose River Region
Chamber of Commerce
Main St.; 668-4171; 888-633-5225
www.jackmanmaine.org
Kents Hill
Kents Hill School
1614 Main St.
685-4914; www.kentshill.org
Madison
Hannaford Supermarket
225 Main St.; 696-3949
www.hannaford.com
Maine Merchants Association
45 Melville St., Ste. 1; 623-1149
www.mainemerchants.org
Maine Office of Tourism
59 State House Station
624-7483; 888-624-6345
www.visitmaine.com
Marketplace at Augusta
197 Civic Ctr. Dr.
www.augustamarketplace.com/
Belgrade/Belgrade
Lakes
Belgrade Lakes Region
Business Group
Rt. 27; www.belgradelakesmaine.com
Hammond Lumber Company
2 Hammond Dr.; 495-3303
866-HAMMOND (Maine Only)
www.hammondlumber.com
Maine Pine Log Homes
Rt. 27
495-3303/1191; 800-439-2354
www.mainepineloghomes.com
Bingham
Bingham, Town of
13 Murray St.; 672-5519
www.binghammaine.org
China
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 33 Hannaford Dr.
445-3385; Rx: 445-3389
www.hannaford.com
Fairfield
Fairfield Antiques Mall
382 Skowhegan Rd.; 453-4100
www.fairfieldantiquesmall.com
177
Mount Vernon
Maine-ly Marketing, Inc.
34 Blake Hill Rd.; 293-2661
www.georgesmithmaine.com
North Anson
Carrabassett Marketing &
Printing
15 N. Main St.
635-2332; 888-624-6774
www.marketingandprinting.com
Oakland
FirstPark
46C FirstPark Dr.
859-9716; 800-966-1002
www.firstpark.com
Sidney
Hilltop Log & Timber Homes
128 Lyons Rd.; 547-2221
www.hilltoploghomes.com
Skowhegan
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
100 Fairgrounds Marketplace
858-4800; RX: 858-0076
www.hannaford.com
New Balance Factory Store
12 Walnut St.; 474-6231
www.newbalance.com
Skowhegan Area Chamber of
Commerce
23 Commercial St.
474-3621; 888-772-4392
www.skowheganchamber.com
Waterville
Central Maine Newspapers
31 Front St.
861-9155; 800-452-4666
www.onlinesentinel.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 140 Elm Plaza
877-0700; RX: 877-7552
www.hannaford.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 190 JFK Plaza,
Kennedy Memorial Dr.
873-0788; RX: 872-2182
www.hannaford.com
Mid-Maine Chamber of
Commerce
50 Elm St.; 873-3315
www.midmainechamber.com
Waterville Main Street
177 Main St.; 680-2055
www.watervillemainstreet.org
West Forks
Forks Area Chamber of
Commerce
663-2121; www.forksarea.com
West Gardiner
West Gardiner Visitor
Information Ctr.
I-95 No. Exit 102 + So. Exit 103;
I-295 Exit 51; 582-0160
Windsor
Windsor Fair
82 Ridge Rd.; 549-7911/5249
www.windsorfair.com
Winthrop
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 399 Main St.
377-3150; RX: 377-3162
www.hannaford.com
Winthrop Area Chamber of
Commerce
377-8020; www.winthropchamber.org
The Maine Beaches
Alfred
Walnut Grove Campground
599 Gore Rd.; 324-1207
www.walnutgrovecampground.net
Berwick
Beaver Dam Campground
551 School St.; 698-2267
www.beaverdamcampground.com
Biddeford
Comfort Suites Biddeford
45 Barra Rd.
294-6464; 800-4-CHOICE
www.comfortsuites.com/hotel/me044
Cape Neddick
Dixon’s Coastal Maine
Campground
1740 US Rt. 1; 363-3626
www.dixonscampground.com
Hoyt’s Cottages
2 River Rd. & Rt. 1; 363-3400
www.hoytscottages.com
Eliot
Farmstead B & B
999 Goodwin Rd., Rts. 236 & 101
748-3145/439-5033; 888-829-0332
www.farmstead.qpg.com
Indian Rivers Campground
66 Indian River Dr., off Rt. 101
748-0844; 866-915-1807
www.indianriverscampground.com
Kennebunk
Hounds Tooth Inn
82 Summer St.; 985-0117
www.houndstoothinn.biz
Kennebunk Gallery Motel &
Cottages
65 York St.; 985-4543
www.kennebunkcottages.com
Kennebunker Cottages
195 Sea Rd.; 967-3708
www.kennebunker.com
Lodge at Kennebunk
95 Alewive Rd.
985-9010; 877-918-3701
www.lodgeatkennebunk.com
Turnpike Motel
77 Old Alewive Rd., Exit 25, Maine Tpk.
985-4404; 866-985-4404
www.turnpikemotel.com
Waldo Emerson Inn Bed &
Breakfast, 108 Summer St.
985-4250; 877-521-8776
www.waldoemersoninn.com
Kennebunk Beach
Beach House Inn
211 Beach Ave.; 967-3850
www.beachhseinn.com
Franciscan Guest House
26 Beach Ave.; 967-4865
www.franciscanguesthouse.com
Kennebunkport
1802 House B & B Inn
15 Locke St.
967-5632; 800-932-5632
www.1802inn.com
Breakwater Inn & Spa
131-133 Ocean Ave.; 967-5333
www.thebreakwaterinn.com
Bufflehead Cove Inn
20 Bufflehead Cove Ln.; 967-3879
www.buffleheadcove.com
Cape Arundel Inn
208 Ocean Ave.; 967-2125
www.capearundelinn.com
Captain Fairfield Inn
8 Pleasant St.
967-4454; 800-322-1928
www.captainfairfield.com
Captain Jefferds Inn
5 Pearl St.
967-2311; 800-839-6844
www.captainjefferdsinn.com
Captain Lord Mansion
6 Pleasant St.
967-3141; 800-522-3141
www.captainlord.com
Chetwynd House Inn
4 Chestnut St.; 967-2235
www.chetwyndhouse.com
Colony Hotel
140 Ocean Ave.
967-3331; 800-552-2363
www.thecolonyhotel.com/maine/
Cottages at Cabot Cove
7 S. Maine St.; 967-5424
www.cabotcovecottages.com
English Meadows Inn
141 Port Rd.
967-5766; 800-272-0698
www.englishmeadowsinn.com
Fontenay Terrace
128 Ocean Ave.; 967-3556
www.fontenayterrace.com
Four Acres Cottages
44 Mills Rd.; 967-2735
www.fouracrecottages.com
Hidden Pond
354 Goose Rocks Rd.
967-9050; 888-967-9050
www.hiddenpondmaine.com
Kennebunkport Inn
One Dock Sq.
967-2621; Resv: 800-248-2621
www.kennebunkportinn.com
King’s Port Inn
Rts. 9 & 35
967-4340; 800-286-5767
www.kingsportinn.com
Lodge at Turbat’s Creek
7 Turbat’s Creek Rd.
967-8700; 877-594-5634
www.visitkennebunkport.com
Maine Stay Inn & Cottages at
the Melville Walker House
34 Maine St.
967-2117; 800-950-2117
www.mainestayinn.com
Meadow Glen Inn & Cottages
11 Wildes District Rd.
967-9781; 866-967-9781
www.themeadowglen.com
Nonantum Resort
95 Ocean Ave.
967-4050; 800-552-5651
www.nonantumresort.com
Ocean Woods Resort/PJ’s Pub
& Dining
71 Dyke Rd.
967-1928; 866-967-1928
www.oceanwoodsresort.com
Old Fort Inn & Resort
8 Old Fort Ave.
967-5353; 800-828-3678
www.oldfortinn.com
Red Apple Campground
111 Sinnott Rd.; 967-4927
www.redapplecampground.com
Rhumb Line Resort
41 Turbat’s Creek
967-5457; 800-33-RHUMB
www.rhumblineresort.com
Seaside Inn
80 Beach Ave.
967-4461; 800-967-4461
www.kennebunkbeach.com
Shorelands Guest Resort
247 Western Ave.
985-4460; 800-99-BEACH
www.shorelands.com
Tides Beach Club
254 Kings Hwy.; 967-3757
www.tidesbeachclubmaine.com
Village Cove Inn
29 S. Main St.
967-3993; 800-879-5778
www.villagecoveinn.com
White Barn Inn
37 Beach Ave.; 967-2321
www.whitebarninn.com
Yachtsman Lodge & Marina
59 Ocean Ave.; 967-2511
www.yachtsmanlodge.com
Kittery
Astrea, Inc. dba Portsmouth
Harbor Inn & Spa
6 Water St.; 439-4040
www.innatportsmouth.com
Coachman Inn
380 US Rt. 1
439-4434; 800-824-6183
www.coachmaninn.net
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Mariner Resort Motel
734 Main St., Rt. 1
646-5931; 800-335-9331
www.marinerresort.com
Meadowmere Resort
74 Main St., Rt. 1 S.
646-9661; 800-633-8718
www.meadowmere.com
Milestone
687 Main St.
646-4562; 800-646-6453
www.ogunquit.com
Nellie Littlefield House
27 Shore Rd.; 646-1692
www.nellielittlefieldhouse.com
Norseman Resort
135 Beach St.
646-7024; Dining: 646-2525
800-822-7024
www.ogunquitbeach.com
Ogunquit Resort Motel
719 Main St.
646-8336; 877-646-8336
www.ogunquitmotel.com
Ogunquit River Inn & Suites
17 Post Rd.
646-9611; 800-422-9611
www.ogunquitbeach.com
Puffin Inn
433 Main St.; 646-5496
www.puffininn.com
Riverside Motel
50 Riverside Ln.; 646-2741
www.riversidemotel.com
Sea View Motel
417 Main St., Rt. 1
646-7064; 866-646-7064
www.seaviewmotel.com
Seacastles Resort Inn &
Suites, 104 Shore Rd.
646-6055; Resv: 888-926-8732
www.ogunquitbeach.com
Sparhawk Oceanfront Resort
85-93 Shore Rd.
646-5562; www.thesparhawk.com
Stage Run Motel
2 Kingfield Ave.; 646-4823
www.stagerunmotel.com
Terrace By The Sea
23 Wharf Ln.; 646-3232
www.terracebythesea.com
Wells-Ogunquit Resort Motel
& Cottages, 203 Post Rd.
646-8588; 800-556-4402
www.wells-ogunquit.com
Yardarm Village Inn
406 Shore Rd.
646-7006; 888-YARDARM
www.yardarmvillageinn.com
Old Orchard Beach
Alouette Beach Resort
91 E. Grand Ave.
934-4151; 800-565-4151
www.alouettebeachresort.com
Aquarius Motel
One Brown St.; 934-2626
www.aquariusmotel.com
Atlantic Birches Inn
20 Portland Ave.
934-5295; 888-934-5295
www.atlanticbirches.com
Beachwood Motel
29 W. Grand Ave.; 934-2291
www.beachwood-motel.com
Beau Rivage Motel
54 E. Grand Ave.
934-4668; 800-939-4668
www.beaurivagemotel.com
Crest Motel
35 E. Grand Ave.
934-4060; 800-909-4060
www.crestmotel.travel
Echo Motel & Cottages
8 Traynor St.; 934-5174
www.echomotel.com
Edgewater
57 W. Grand Ave.
934-2221; 800-203-2034
www.janelle.com
Friendship Motor Inn
167 E. Grand Ave.
934-4644; 800-969-7100
www.friendshipmotorinn.com
Grand Beach Inn
198 E. Grand Ave.
934-4621; 800-834-9696
www.oobme.com
Gull Motel Inn & Cottages
89 W. Grand Ave.
934-4321; 877-OOB-GULL
www.gullmotel.com
Moontide Motel, Cabins &
Apartments
10 Traynor St.; 934-2759
www.moontidemotel.com
Ocean House Hotel & Motel
71 W. Grand Ave. at Pierce St.
934-2847; 877-837-4148
www.theoceanhouse.com
Old Colonial Motel
61 W. Grand Ave.
934-9862; 888-225-5989
www.oldcolonialmotel.com
Old Orchard Beach
Campground
27 Ocean Park Rd.; 934-4477
www.gocamping.com
Old Orchard Beach Inn
6 Portland Ave.
934-5834; 877-700-6624
www.oldorchardbeachinn.com
Powder Horn Family Camping
Resort
48 Cascade Rd., Rt. 98; 934-4733
www.mainecampgrounds.com
Royal Anchor Resort
203 E. Grand Ave.
934-4521; 800-934-4521
www.royalanchor.com
Sandpiper Beachfront Motel
2 Cleaves St.
934-2733; 800-611-9921
www.sandpiperbeachfrontmotel.com
Sea Cliff House & Motel
2 Sea Cliff Ave.
934-4874; 800-326-4589
www.seacliffhouse.com
Sea View Motel
65 W. Grand Ave.
934-4180; 800-541-8439
www.seaviewgetaway.com
Skylark Beach Inn
2 Brown St.; 934-4235
www.skylarkbeachinn.com
Waves Oceanfront Resort
87 W. Grand Ave.; 934-4949
www.wavesoceanfront.com
White Lamb Cottages &
Beach House
3 Odessa Ave.; 934-1081
www.whitelambrentals.com
Saco
Hampton Inn Saco / Biddeford
48 Industrial Park Rd.
282-7222; 800-HAMPTON
www.hamptoninn.com/hi/saco
Ramada at Saco Plaza
352 North St.; 286-9600
800-2RAMADA (272-6232)
www.ramada.com/hotel/36788
Saco/Old Orchard Beach KOA
814A Portland Rd.
282-0502; 800-562-1886
www.sacokoa.com
Silver Springs Campground &
Cottages
705 Portland Rd., US Rt. 1
283-3880; www.silversprings
campgroundandcottages.com
Sanford
Sanford Inn
1591 Main St., Rt. 109
324-4662; www.sanfordinn.com
Super 8 Motel: Sanford
1892 Main St., Rt. 109
324-8823; Resv: 800-800-8000
www.super8.com
Yellowstone Park
2245 Main St.; 324-7782
www.yellowstoneme.com
South Berwick
Academy Street Inn
15 Academy St.; 384-5633
www.virtualcities.com/ons/me/s/
mes9601.htm
Wells/Wells Beach
Atlantic Oceanfront Motel
37 Atlantic Ave.
646-7061; 800-646-7061
www.atlanticoceanfrontmotel.com
Beaches Motel & Cottages
773 Post Rd.
216-4065; 877-891-5920
www.beachesofmaine.com
Belle of Maine Vacation Village
Rt. 1; 646-2668; 800-943-5222
www.belleofmainewells.com
Blue Horizon Motel
39 Mile Rd.
646-3178; 888-763-6754
www.bluehorizonmotel.net
Carriage House Motel,
Cottages & Suites
1404 Post Rd.
646-2159; 888-213-4720
www.mainecarriagehouse.com
Cottages at Summer Village
454 Post Rd.
641-0991; 800-839-3995
www.cottagesatsummervillage.com
Elmwood Resort Hotel
Rt. 1
646-1038; 800-697-8566
www.elmwood-resort.com
Garnsey Bros. Rentals
510 Webhannet Dr.
646-8301; www.garnsey.com
Garrison Suites Resort, LLC
1099 Post Rd., Rt. 1
646-3497; 800-646-3497
www.garrisonsuites.com
Hampton Inn & Suites
900 Post Rd.
646-0555; 800-HAMPTON
www.hamptoninn.com/
en/hp/hotels/index.jhtml?
ctyhocn=WELMEHX
Haven By The Sea
59 Church St.; 646-4194
www.havenbythesea.com
Lafayette’s Oceanfront Resort
at Wells Beach
393 Mile Rd.; 646-2831
www.wellsbeachmaine.com
Midway Motel & Cottages
Rt. 1; 646-6066; 800-824-4084
www.midwaymotelandcottages.com
Misty Harbor Resort Motel
60 Mile Rd.
646-8373; 800-992-5002
www.mistyharborresort.com
Ne’r Beach Motel
395 Post Rd.
646-2636; 877-646-2636
www.nerbeach.com
Ocean Dunes Motel/
Condominium
79 Ocean Ave.
646-2946; www.garnsey.com
Sea Mist Resort Motel
Rt. 1, Jct. Rt. 9B, 733 Post Rd.
646-6044; 800-448-0925
www.seamistmotel.com
Seaglass Village
1 Old County Rd.; 866-786-8554
www.seaglassvillage.com
Seaside Cottages
346 Atlantic Ave.; 646-3351
USA Inn
1017 Post Rd.
646-9313; 800-783-8258
www.usainn.com
Village by the Sea
1373 Post Rd., Rt. 1 S.
646-1100; 800-444-8862
www.vbts.com
Watercrest Cottages & Motel
1277 Post Rd.; 646-2202
www.watercrestcottages.com
Wells-Moody Motel
119 Post Rd., Rt. 1; 646-5601
www.wellsmoodymotel.com
York
123 Restaurant ~ Inn ~ B&B
123 Long Beach Ave.
361-3116; www.the123inn.com
Anchorage Motor Inn
265 Long Beach Ave.; 363-5112
www.anchorageinn.com
Anne Erwin Sotheby’s
International Realty
281 York St.; 363-6640
www.anneerwin.com
Best Western York Inn
2 Brickyard Ln., 362 US Rt. 1
363-8903; 800-WESTERN
www.yorkinnmaine.com
Bittersweet Bed & Breakfast
167 Cape Neddick Rd.; 351-3007
www.bittersweetbednbreakfast.com
Cutty Sark Motel
58 Long Beach Ave., York Beach
363-5131; 800-543-5131
www.cuttysarkmotel.com
Dockside Guest Quarters &
Restaurant
22 Harris Island Rd.
363-2868; 888-860-7428
www.docksidegq.com
Faircrest Motel
865 US Rt. 1
363-4144; 800-350-4144
www.faircrestmotel.com
Lighthouse Inn & Carriage House
18 Nubble Rd.
363-6072; 800-243-6072
www.thelighthouseinn.com
Long Beach Motor Inn
271 Long Beach Ave., Rt. 1A
www.longbeachmotorinn.com
Microtel Inn & Suites
6 Market Place Dr.
363-0800; 800-771-7171
www.yorkmicrotel.com
Morning Glory Inn
120 Seabury Rd.; 363-2062
www.morninggloryinnmaine.com
Sea Latch Motor Inn
277 Long Beach Ave., Rt. 1A
363-4400; 800-441-2993
www.sealatch.com
Stage Neck Inn
8 Stage Neck Rd., Rt. 1A
363-3850; 800-340-1130
www.stageneck.com
Enchanted Nights B & B
29 Wentworth St.; 439-1489
www.enchantednights.org
Ramada Kittery
2 Gorges Rd.
439-5555; 800-2RAMADA
www.ramada.com/hotel/05078
Limerick
Jeremiah Mason House B & B
40 Main St.; 793-4858
www.jeremiahmasonhouse.com
North Berwick
Angel of the Berwicks
2 Elm St.; 676-2133
www.angeloftheberwicks.com
Ocean Park
BillowHouse Oceanfront
Motel & Guesthouse
2 Temple Ave.
934-2333; 888-767-7776
www.billowhouse.com
Nautilus by the Sea
2 Colby Ave.
934-2021; 800-981-7018
www.nautilusbythesea.com
Ogunquit
Admiral’s Inn Resort
87-95 Main St.
646-7093; 888-263-6318
www.theadmiralsinn.com
Anchorage by the Sea
125 Shore Rd.; 646-9384
www.anchoragebythesea.com
Aspinquid
57 Beach St.; 646-7072
www.aspinquid.com
Beachmere Inn
62 Beachmere Pl.
646-2021; 800-336-3983
www.beachmereinn.com
Beauport Inn
339 Clay Hill Rd.; 251-9897
www.beauportinn.com
Cliff House Resort & Spa
On Bald Head Cliff, Shore Rd.
361-1000; www.cliffhousemaine.com
Colonial Village Resort
548 Main St.
646-2794; 800-422-3341
www.colonialvillageresort.com
Distant Sands Bed &
Breakfast
632 Main St.; 646-8686
www.distantsands.com
Dunes On the Waterfront
518 Main St.
646-2612; 888-295-3863
www.dunesonthewaterfront.com
Footbridge Beach Motel
668 Main St.; 646-2796
www.footbridgemotel.com
Gorges Grant Hotel
449 Main St.
646-7003; 800-646-5001
www.ogunquit.com
Grand Hotel
276 Shore Rd.
646-1231; 800-806-1231
www.thegrandhotel.com
Hillcrest Inn Resort
512 Shore Rd.; 646-7776
www.hillcrestresort.com
InnSeason Resorts Falls at
Ogunquit
639 Main St.; 646-4600
866-4MYVACATION (866-469-8222)
www.8664myvacation.com/
resorts/fao/index.html
Juniper Hill Inn
336 Main St.
646-4501; 800-646-4544
www.ogunquit.com
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Dunegrass Country Club
200 Wild Dunes Way; 934-4513
www.dunegrass.com
Grand Beach Inn
198 E. Grand Ave.
934-4621; 800-834-9696
www.oobme.com
Joseph’s by the Sea
55 W. Grand St.; 934-5044
www.josephsbythesea.com
Sanford
Sanford Country Club
Rt. 4
490-2744; pro shop: 324-5462
www.sanfordcountryclub.com
Wells/Wells Beach
Lord’s Lobster Inc, DBA Lord’s
Harborside Restaurant
352 Harbor Rd.; 646-2651
www.lordsharborside.com
Maine Diner
2265 Post Rd.; 646-4441
www.mainediner.com
Misty Harbor Resort Motel
60 Mile Rd.
646-8373; 800-992-5002
www.mistyharborresort.com
Yodeling Clam & Lobster Pound
35 Stephen Eaton Ln.; 646-5067
York
123 Restaurant
123 Long Beach Ave.; 361-3116
www.the123inn.com
123 Restaurant ~ Inn ~ B&B
123 Long Beach Ave.
361-3116; www.the123inn.com
3 Buoys Seafood Shanty & Grille
2 State US Rt. 1; 439-3401
Anchorage Motor Inn
265 Long Beach Ave.; 363-5112
www.anchorageinn.com
Bosn’s Landing
150 US Rt. 1; 363-4116
Dockside Guest Quarters &
Restaurant
22 Harris Island Rd.
363-2868; 888-860-7428
www.docksidegq.com
Stage Neck Inn
8 Stage Neck Rd., Rt. 1A
363-3850; 800-340-1130
www.stageneck.com
Stonewall Kitchen
2 Stonewall Ln.
351-2712; 800-207-JAMS
www.stonewallkitchen.com
York Lobster & Seafood
855 US Rt. 1
363-5000; 800-288-8154
www.yorklobster.com
York Beach
Goldenrod
2 Railroad Ave.; 363-2621
www.thegoldenrod.com
Union Bluff Hotel & Meeting
House, 8 Beach St.
363-1333; 800-833-0721
www.unionbluff.com
York Harbor
York Harbor Inn
480 York St.
363-5119; 800-343-3869
www.yorkharborinn.com
Buxton
Saco River Grange Hall
29 Salmon Falls Rd.; 929-6472
www.sacorivergrangehall.org
Sunrise Motel
Long Beach Ave. & Long Sands Rd.
363-4542; 800-242-0750
www.sunrisemotel.net
ViewPoint
229 Nubble Rd.; 363-2661
www.viewpointhotel.com
York Beach
Candleshop Inn
44 Freeman St.
363-4087; 888-363-4087
www.candleshopinn.com
Rivers by the Sea
67 Ocean Ave.; 363-3213
www.riversbythesea.com
Union Bluff Hotel & Meeting
House, 8 Beach St.
363-1333; 800-833-0721
www.unionbluff.com
York Harbor
Inn at Tanglewood Hall
611 York St.; 351-1075
www.tanglewoodhall.com
York Harbor Inn
480 York St.
363-5119; 800-343-3869
www.yorkharborinn.com
York Harbor Motel & Cottages
780 York St.
363-4037; 888-843-7583
www.yorkharbormotel.com
Alfred
Walnut Grove Campground
599 Gore Rd.; 324-1207
www.walnutgrovecampground.net
Berwick
Beaver Dam Campground
551 School St.; 698-2267
www.beaverdamcampground.com
Cape Neddick
Cape Neddick Campground
63 Shore Rd.; 363-4366
www.harbourview.com
Dixon’s Coastal Maine
Campground
1740 US Rt. 1; 363-3626
www.dixonscampground.com
East Waterboro
Little Ossipee Lake Campground
440 Sokokis Tr.; 247-5875
www.southernmainecamping.com
Eliot
Indian Rivers Campground
66 Indian River Dr., off Rt. 101
748-0844; 866-915-1807
www.indianriverscampground.com
Kennebunk
Yankeeland Campground
1 Robinson Way; 985-7576
www.yankeelandcampground.com
Kennebunkport
Hemlock Grove Campground
1299 Portland Rd.; 985-0398
www.hemlockgrove
campground.com
Red Apple Campground
111 Sinnott Rd.; 967-4927
www.redapplecampground.com
Salty Acres Campground
277 Mills Rd., Rt. 9
967-2483; 866-967-2483
www.saltyacrescampground.com
Lebanon
Potter’s Place Adult
Campground
Bakers Grant Rd.; 457-1341/1007
www.pottersplacecampground.com
Ogunquit
Pinederosa Campground
128 N. Village Rd.; 646-2492
www.pinederosa.com
Old Orchard Beach
Hid’n Pines Family Campground
8 Cascade Rd.; 934-2352
www.hidnpines.com
Old Orchard Beach Campground
27 Ocean Park Rd.
934-4477; www.gocamping.com
Paradise Park Resort
Adelaide Rd.; 934-4633
www.paradiseparkresort.com
Powder Horn Family Camping
Resort
48 Cascade Rd., Rt. 98; 934-4733
www.mainecampgrounds.com
Saco
Saco/Old Orchard Beach KOA
814A Portland Rd.
282-0502; 800-562-1886
www.sacokoa.com
Silver Springs Campground &
Cottages
705 Portland Rd., US Rt. 1
283-3880; www.silverspringscamp
groundandcottages.com
Sanford
Apache Campground
165 Bernier Rd.; 324-5652/5563
Yellowstone Park
2245 Main St.; 324-7782
www.yellowstoneme.com
Wells/Wells Beach
Beach Acres Campground
563 Post Rd., Rt. 1; 646-5612
www.beachacres.com
Gregoire’s Campground
697 Sanford Rd.; 646-3711
www.mainecoastcamping.com
Sea-Vu Campground
1733 Post Rd.; 646-7732
www.sea-vucampground.com
Stadig Campground
146 By Pass Rd.
646-2298; www.stadig.com
Wells Beach Resort
1000 Post Rd., Rt. 1
646-7570; 800-640-CAMP (2267)
www.wellsbeach.com
York
Camp Eaton
750 York St., Rt. 1A; 363-3424
www.campeaton.com
Libby’s Oceanside Camp
725 York St., Rt. 1A; 363-4171
www.libbysoceancamping.com
York Beach
York Beach Camper Park
11 Cappy’s Ln., Rt. 1A; 363-1343
www.yorkbeachcampingpark.com
Biddeford
Shops at Biddeford Crossing
Rt. 111, Shops Way
www.shopsatbiddefordcrossing.com
Cape Neddick
Cape Neddick Campground
63 Shore Rd.; 363-4366
www.harbourview.com
Kennebunkport
Breakwater Inn & Spa
131-133 Ocean Ave.; 967-5333
www.thebreakwaterinn.com
Cape Arundel Inn
208 Ocean Ave.; 967-2125
www.capearundelinn.com
Colony Hotel
140 Ocean Ave.
967-3331; 800-552-2363
www.thecolonyhotel.com/maine/
Hidden Pond
354 Goose Rocks Rd.
967-9050; 888-967-9050
www.hiddenpondmaine.com
Hurricane Restaurant
29 Dock Sq.; 967-9111
www.hurricanerestaurant.com
Kennebunkport Inn
One Dock Sq.
967-2621; Resv: 800-248-2621
www.kennebunkportinn.com
Nonantum Resort
95 Ocean Ave.
967-4050; 800-552-5651
www.nonantumresort.com
Ocean Woods Resort/PJ’s Pub
& Dining, 71 Dyke Rd.
967-1928; 866-967-1928
www.oceanwoodsresort.com
Tides Beach Club
254 Kings Hwy.; 967-3757
www.tidesbeachclubmaine.com
Village Cove Inn
29 S. Main St.
967-3993; 800-879-5778
www.villagecoveinn.com
White Barn Inn
37 Beach Ave.; 967-2321
www.whitebarninn.com
Kittery
Bob’s Clam Hut
315 US Rt. 1; 439-4233
www.bobsclamhut.com
Robert’s Maine Grill
326 US Rt. 1; 439-0300
www.robertsmainegrill.com
Warren’s Lobster House
11 Water St.; 439-1630/2058
www.lobsterhouse.com
Weathervane Seafoods
31 Badgers Island
439-0335; 800-654-4639
www.weathervaneseafoods.com
Newfield
19th Century Willowbrook Village
70 Elm St.; 793-2784
www.willowbrookmuseum.org
Ogunquit
Barnacle Billy’s
70 Perkins Cove Rd.
646-5575; 800-866-5575
www.barnbilly.com
Bintliff’s Restaurant
335 Main St; 646-3111
www.bintliffsogunquit.com
Cape Neddick Country Club
650 Shore Rd.; 361-2011
www.capeneddickgolf.com
Cliff House Resort & Spa
On Bald Head Cliff, Shore Rd.
361-1000; www.cliffhousemaine.com
Gorges Grant Hotel
449 Main St.
646-7003; 800-646-5001
www.ogunquit.com
Meadowmere Resort
74 Main St., Rt. 1 S.
646-9661; 800-633-8718
www.meadowmere.com
Norseman Resort
135 Beach St.; 646-7024;
Dining: 646-2525; 800-822-7024
www.ogunquitbeach.com
Old Orchard Beach
Alouette Beach Resort
91 E. Grand Ave.
934-4151; 800-565-4151
www.alouettebeachresort.com
Cape Neddick
Knight’s Quilt Shop
1901 US Rt. 1; 361-2500
www.mainequiltshop.com
Kennebunk
Brick Store Museum
117 Main St.; 985-4802
www.brickstoremuseum.org
Kennebunkport
Seashore Trolley Museum
195 Log Cabin Rd.
967-2712; Information: 967-2800
www.trolleymuseum.org
Newfield
19th Century Willowbrook Village
70 Elm St.; 793-2784
www.willowbrookmuseum.org
Ogunquit
Ogunquit Art Association
Bourne Ln. & Shore Rd.; 646-8400
www.ogunquitartassociation.com
Ogunquit Museum of
American Art
543 Shore Rd.; 646-4909
www.ogunquitmuseum.org
Ogunquit Playhouse
US Rt. 1 S.; Box Office: 646-5511
Office: 646-2402
www.ogunquitplayhouse.org
Saco
Maine Drawing Project
371 Main St.; 283-3861 x 115
chitna.asap.um.maine.edu/
mainedrawing
Saco Museum
371 Main St.; 283-3861
www.sacomuseum.org
Sanford
Kathie’s Quilt Shoppe
41 Shaws Ridge Rd.; 490-6887
www.kathiesquiltshoppe.com
South Berwick
Hamilton House
40 Vaughan’s Ln.; 384-2454
www.historicnewengland.org
Wells/Wells Beach
Wells Auto Museum
1181 Post Rd., Rt. 1; 646-9064
www.wellsautomuseum.com
York
Museums of Old York
207 York St.; 363-4974
www.oldyork.org
Arundel
Dutch Elm Golf Club
5 Brimstone Rd.; 282-9850
www.dutchelmgolf.com
Cape Neddick
Dixon’s Coastal Maine
Campground
1740 US Rt. 1; 363-3626
www.dixonscampground.com
Dayton
Harris Farm X-Country Ski Center
280 Buzzell Rd.; 499-2678
www.harrisfarm.com
Kennebunk
First Chance Whale Watch
4 Western Ave.; 967-5507
www.firstchancewhalewatch.com
Yachtsman Lodge & Marina
59 Ocean Ave.; 967-2511
www.yachtsmanlodge.com
Kittery
Shoals Marine Laboratory
Appledore Island Isles of Shoals
603-430-5220; www.sml.cornell.edu 179
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ARTS/CULTURE
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Audrey Gottlieb Photography
Walking Tours
Meet at predetermined locations;
Office located at 161 York St., #21
641-7490; www.audrey-gottlieb.com
Wicked Good Tours, LLC
6 Marketplace Dr.; 216-0634
www.wickedgoodtours.com
York’s Wild Kingdom
1 Animal Park Rd., Rt. 1
363-4911; 800-456-4911
www.yorkzoo.com
York Harbor
Harbor Adventures
363-8466
www.harboradventures.com
Biddeford
Beacon Press dba Journal
Tribune, 457 Alfred St.
282-1535; 888-429-1535
www.journaltribune.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 299 Elm St.
284-8677; RX: 283-0409
www.hannaford.com
Heart of Biddeford
205 Main St., Ste. 103; 284-8520
www.heartofbiddeford.org
Mainely Media, LLC
180 Main St.; 282-4337
www.mainelymediallc.com
Shops at Biddeford Crossing
Rt. 111, Shops Way
www.shopsatbiddefordcrossing.com
Sooper Dogs
380 Elm St.; 710-2275
www.sooperdogs.com
Buxton
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
24 Portland Rd.; 929-3100
www.hannaford.com
Cornish
Cornish Association of
Businesses
625-4993; www.cornish-maine.org
Kennebunk
Antiques on Route One
29 York St.; 985-6868
www.antiquesmap.com
Antiques USA
1669 Portland Rd., US Rt. 1
985-7766; 800-USA-1114
www.antiquesusamaine.com
B&B Team, The
35 Western Ave., Ste. #5
967-1995; www.bbteam.com
Camp Wool
169 Port Rd., Ste. 21
967-6022; 866-938-WOOL (9665)
www.campwool.net
IMS-21
207 Brown St.
985-1766; www.visitmaine.net
Kennebunk-K’Port Chamber of
Commerce
17 Western Ave.; 967-0857
www.visitthekennebunks.com
Tourist News
179 Cat Mousam Rd.; 985-2244
www.touristnewsonline.com
Kennebunkport
Kennebunkport Business
Association
Kennebunk/K’port C of C
17 Western Ave.; 967-0857
www.kennebunkport.org
Port Lobster Company
122 Ocean Ave.
967-2081; 800-486-7029
www.portlobster.com
Kittery
Kittery Outlets
US Rt. 1; 439-4367; 888-KITTERY
www.thekitteryoutlets.com
Kittery Premium Outlets
375 US Rt. 1, Ste. 220, Box 6
439-6548; www.premiumoutlets.com
Kittery Trading Post
301 US Rt. 1; 439-2700
888-KTP-MAINE (587-6246)
www.ktp.com
Kittery Visitor Information
Center
I-95 and US Rt. 1; 439-1319
Tanger Outlet Centers
283 US Rt. 1, Ste. 13
439-6822; 800-406-4490
www.tangeroutlet.com
Taylor Lobster Company
32 Rt. 236
439-1350; 866-439-1350
www.taylorlobster.com
Moody
Ogunquit Trading Post/Clark’s
Corner
97 Post Rd.
646-5654; 888-202-4955
www.clarkscorner.com
Weathervanes of Maine
1451 Post Rd.; 646-0548
www.weathervanesofmaine.com
Wells Chamber of Commerce
136 Post Rd., Rt. 1; 646-2451
www.wellschamber.org
York County Community
College, 112 College Dr.
646-9282 x 501; 800-580-3820
www.yccc.edu
West Newfield
Maine Christmas Tree
Association
14 Bond Spring Rd.; 793-4658
www.mainechristmastree.com
York
Anthony’s Food Shop
679 US Rt. 1; 363-2322
www.anthonysfoodshop.com
Greater York Region Chamber
of Commerce
One Stonewall Ln.; 363-4422
www.gatewaytomaine.org
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 5 Hannaford Dr.
363-5357; RX: 363-5928
www.hannaford.com
Maine Beaches Association
C/O York C of C, One Stonewall Ln.
www.mainebeachesassociation.com
Simon Pearce Signature Store
746 US Rt. 1; 363-5055
Stonewall Kitchen
2 Stonewall Ln.
351-2712; 800-207-JAMS
www.stonewallkitchen.com
When Pigs Fly
40 Brickyard Ct.; 363-0612
www.sendbread.com
Woods to Goods - Inmate
Goods Showroom
891 US Rt. 1
363-6001; 888-WOODS2G
www.woodstogoods.com
York Trolley Company
7 Ocean Ave., Trolley Stop
363-9600; www.yorktrolley.com
York Harbor
Resort Maps
384-6277; www.resortmaps.com
Vintage Maine Impressions
5 Axholme Rd.
363-6739; 877-504-6816
www.vintagemaineimpressions.com
Ogunquit
Ogunquit Chamber of
Commerce
36 Main St.; 646-2939
www.ogunquit.org
Old Orchard Beach
Old Orchard Beach Chamber
of Commerce
11 First St.; 934-2500
www.oldorchardbeachmaine.com
Saco
Biddeford - Saco Chamber of
Commerce & Industry
138 Main St., Ste. 101; 282-1567
www.biddefordsacochamber.org
Cascade Flea Market
Corner of Rts. 1 & 98; 282-8875
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 532 Main St.
282-4152; RX: 282-4131
www.hannaford.com
Stone Soup Artisans
228 Main St.; 283-4715
www.stonesoupartisans.com
Sanford
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 800 Main St.
324-1554; RX: 324-3450
www.hannaford.com
Sanford-Springvale Chamber
of Commerce
917 Main St., Ste. B; 324-4280
www.sanfordchamber.org
Waterboro
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 20 Sokokis Tr.
247-8000; RX: 247-8200
www.hannaford.com
Waterboro Association of
Businesses, Inc.
206-5639; www.waterborochamber.org
Wells/Wells Beach
Antique Association of Wells,
Maine
1784 Post Rd.; 646-1499
www.antiquesinwells.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 107 Wells Plaza
646-4111; RX: 646-2622
www.hannaford.com
Marriner Marketing
146 Bayview Terrace; 646-4793
Prime Care Medical Supplies, Inc.
12 Homestead Dr. Unit F
646-2102; 800-762-8510
www.primecaremedsupply.com
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Kittery Point
Captain & Patty’s Piscataqua
River Tour, Town Dock
439-8976; 451-8156 (boat)
www.capandpatty.com
Newfield
19th Century Willowbrook Village
70 Elm St.; 793-2784
www.willowbrookmuseum.org
Ogunquit
Bunny Clark Deep Sea Fishing
93 Frazier Pasture Rd., Perkins Cove
646-2214; www.bunnyclark.com
Cape Neddick Country Club
650 Shore Rd.; 361-2011
www.capeneddickgolf.com
Finestkind Scenic Cruises
Perkins Cove; 646-5227
www.finestkindcruises.com
Ogunquit River Inn & Suites
17 Post Rd.; 646-9611; 800-422-9611
www.ogunquitbeach.com
Old Orchard Beach
Dunegrass Country Club
200 Wild Dunes Way
934-4513; www.dunegrass.com
Palace Playland
1 Old Orchard St.; 934-2001
www.palaceplayland.com
Saco
Aquaboggan Waterpark
900 Portland Rd.; 282-3112
www.aquaboggan.com
Funtown/Splashtown USA
774 Portland Rd., Rt. 1
284-5139; 800-878-2900
www.funtownsplashtownusa.com
Martel’s Ice Cream & Mini Golf
757 Portland Rd.; 283-1775
Monkey Trunks High Ropes &
Zipline Adventures
1 Cascade Rd.; 603-367-4427
www.monkeytrunks.com
Sanford
Atlas Aero, LLC
Sanford Airport; 332-4174
www.atlasaerollc.com
McDougal Orchards
201 Hanson’s Ridge Rd.; 324-5054
www.mcdougalorchards.com
Sanford Country Club
Rt. 4; 490-2744; pro shop: 324-5462
www.sanfordcountryclub.com
South Berwick
Links at Outlook
10 Rt. 4; 384-GOLF (4653); 384-2109
www.outlookgolf.com
Mid-Coast
Arrowsic
Arrowsic Island Pottery/
Arrowsic Island Cottage
344 Old Stage Rd.; 443-5858
www.arrowsicislandpottery.com
Bailey Island
Bailey Island Motel
Rt. 24; 833-2886
www.baileyislandmotel.com
Cook’s Island View Motel, LLC
2041 Harpswell Island Rd., Rt. 24
833-7780
www.cooksislandmotel.com
Driftwood Inn
81 Washington St.; 833-5461
www.thedriftwoodinnmaine.com
Log Cabin an Island Inn
5 Log Cabin Ln.; 833-5546
www.logcabin-maine.com
Sea Escape Cottages &
Charters
23 Sea Escape Ln.; 833-5531
www.seaescapecottages.com
Bath
Benjamin F. Packard House
Bed & Breakfast
45 Pearl St.
443-6004; 866-361-6004
www.benjaminfpackardhouse.com
Galen C. Moses House
1009 Washington St.
442-8771; 888-442-8771
www.galenmoses.com
Hampton Inn Bath Brunswick
140 Commercial St.; 386-1310
www.bathbrunswickarea.
hamptoninn.com
Holiday Inn - Bath
139 Richardson St.
443-9741; 888-HOLIDAY (465-4329)
www.holidayinnbath.com
Inn at Bath
969 Washington St.
443-4294; 800-423-0964
www.innatbath.com
Kennebec Inn
696 High St.; 443-5324
www.kennebecinn.com
Kismet Inn
44 Summer St.; 443-3399
www.kismetinnmaine.com
Rock Gardens Inn
45 Shell Rd.; 389-1339
www.rockgardensinn.com
Sebasco Harbor Resort
Sebasco Rd., Rt. 217
389-1161; 800-225-3819
www.sebasco.com
Belfast
1 Church Street THE WHITE
HOUSE Inn
One Church St.
338-1901; 888-290-1901
www.mainebb.com
Alden House Bed and
Breakfast
63 Church St.
338-2151; 877-337-8151
www.thealdenhouse.com
Belfast Harbor Inn
91 Searsport Ave.
338-2740; 800-545-8576
www.belfastharborinn.com
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Belhaven Inn Bed and
Breakfast
14 John St.; 338-5435
www.belhaveninn.com
Colonial Gables Oceanfront
Village
7 Eagle Ave. & US Rt. 1
338-4000; 800-937-6246
www.colonialgables.com
Comfort Inn Ocean’s Edge
159 Searsport Ave., US Rt. 1
338-2090; 800-228-5150
www.comfortinnbelfast.com
Jeweled Turret Inn
40 Pearl St.
338-2304; 800-696-2304
www.jeweledturret.com
Loon Lookout Cottages
21 W. Moores Shore Ln.
338-1260; www.loonlookout.com
Seascape Motel & Cottages
202 Searsport Ave., US Rt. 1
338-2130; 800-477-0786
www.seascapemotel.com
Boothbay
Boothbay Resort & Brewery
301 Adams Pond Rd., Rt. 27
633-3411; www.boothbayresort.com
Cottage Connection of Maine
675 Wiscasset Rd.
633-6545; 800-823-9501
www.cottageconnection.com
Knickerbocker Lake Cottages
5 McCobb Rd.
633-5354; 380-6544/7554
www.knickerbockerlakecottages.com
Linekin Bay Bed & Breakfast
531 Ocean Point Rd.
633-9900; 800-596-7420
www.linekinbaybb.com
McFarland Rentals
Ocean Pt.; 633-2981
Shore Hills Campground
553 Wiscasset Rd.; 633-4782
www.shorehills.com
Smuggler’s Cove Inn &
Restaurant
727 Ocean Point Rd.
633-2800; 800-633-3008
www.smugglerscovemotel.com
Boothbay Harbor
Atlantic Ark Inn
62 Atlantic Ave.
633-5690; 800-579-0112
www.atlanticarkinn.com
Bayside Inn B&B
55 Union St.
633-3992; 866-633-5435
www.thebaysideinn.com
Beach Cove Hotel & Resort
48 Lakeview Rd.
633-0353; 866-851-0450
www.beachcovehotel.com
Blue Heron Seaside Inn
65 Townsend Ave.
633-7020; 866-216-2300
www.blueheronseasideinn.com
Boothbay Harbor Inn
31 Atlantic Ave.
633-6302; 800-533-6302
www.boothbayharborinn.com
Brown’s Wharf Inn
121 Atlantic Ave.
633-5440; 800-334-8110
www.brownswharfinn.com
Cap’n Fish’s Waterfront Inn &
Puffin Trips
65 Atlantic Ave.
633-6605; 800-633-0860
www.boothbaywaterfront.com
Captain Sawyer’s Place
55 Commercial St.
633-2290; 800-434-9657
www.captsawyer.com
Eatz Place
43 Union St., Unit A; 781-273-1899
Fisherman’s Wharf Inn
22 Commercial St., Pier 6
633-5090; 800-628-6872
www.fishermanswharfinn.com
Five Gables Inn
107 Murray Hill Rd.
633-4551; 800-451-5048
www.fivegablesinn.com
Flagship Inn
200 Townsend Ave.
633-5094; 800-660-5094
www.boothbaylodging.com
Gray Homestead Oceanfront
Camping
21 Homestead Rd.; 633-4612
www.graysoceancamping.com
Harbor House Inn
80 McKown St.
633-2941; 800-856-1164
www.harborhouse-me.com
Harborage Inn on the
Oceanfront
75 Townsend Ave.
633-4640; 800-565-3742
www.harborageinn.com
Harbour Towne Inn on the
Waterfront
71 Townsend Ave.
633-4300; 800-722-4240
www.harbourtowneinn.com
Harbour’s Edge
43 Union St. C; 301-990-0363
Howard House Lodge B&B
347 Townsend Ave.; 633-3933
www.howardhouselodge.com
Inns at Greenleaf Lane
65 & 71 Commercial St.; 633-7346
Cell: 380-9505; 888-950-7724
www.greenleaflane.com
Linekin Bay Resort
92 Wall Point Rd.
633-2494; 866-847-2103
www.linekinbayresort.com
Mid-Town Motel
96 Mckown St.; 633-2751
www.midtownmaine.com
Nana’s Place B&B
62 Oak St.; 633-7874
home.gwi.net/~nanaspl/index.html
Ocean Gate Resort
70 Ocean Gate Rd., Rt. 27
633-3321; 800-221-5924
www.oceangateinn.com
Ocean Point Inn
191 Shore Rd., off S.R. 96
633-4200; 800-552-5554
www.oceanpointinn.com
Rocktide Inn
35 Atlantic Ave.; 633-4455
800-ROC-TIDE (762-8433)
www.rocktideinn.com
Seagate Motel
138 Townsend Ave., Rt. 27
633-3900; 800-633-1707 Resv. Only
www.seagatemotel.com
Ship Ahoy Motel
Rt. 238; 633-5222
www.shipahoymotel.com
Spruce Point Inn Resort and Spa
Grandview Ave.
633-4152; 800-553-0289
www.sprucepointinn.com
Topside Inn
60 McKown St.
633-5404; 888-633-5404
www.topsideinn.com
Tugboat Inn, Restaurant &
Marina
80 Commercial St.
633-4434; 800-248-2628
www.tugboatinn.com
Welch House Inn
56 McKown St.
633-3431; 800-279-7313
www.welchhouseinn.com
Bristol
Inn at Round Pond
1442 State Rt. 32; 809-7386
www.theinnatroundpond.com
Brunswick
Brunswick Comfort Inn
199 Pleasant St.
729-1129; 877-424-6423
www.comfortinn.com/hotel/me025
Brunswick Fairfield Inn &
Suites
36 Old Portland Rd.
721-0300; 888-236-2427
www.marriott.com/pwmbw
Brunswick Inn
165 Park Row
729-4914; 800-299-4914
www.thebrunswickinn.com
Captain Daniel Stone Inn
10 Water St.
373-1824; 877-373-CDSI (2374)
www.captaindanielstone.com
Days Inn Motel
224 Bath Rd.; 725-8883
800-DAYSINN (329-7466)
www.daysinnbrunswick.com
Inn at Brunswick Station
4 Noble St.
837-6565; 800-582-6096
www.innatbrunswickstation.com
Knights Inn Brunswick
133 Pleasant St.
725-8761; 877-725-8761
www.knightsinnbrunswick.com
Parkwood Inn
71 Gurnet Rd.
725-5251; 800-349-7181
www.parkwoodinn.com
Travelers Inn
130 Pleasant St.
729-3364; 800-457-3364
www.travelersinnme.com
Camden
Beloin’s on the Maine Coast
254 Belfast Rd.
236-3262; www.beloins.com
Birchwood Motel
530 Belfast Rd.; 236-4204
www.birchwoodmotel.com
Blue Harbor House
67 Elm St.
236-3196; 800-236-3196
www.blueharborhouse.com
Camden Bed & Breakfast
Association
www.camdeninns.com
Camden Harbour Inn &
Natalie’s Restaurant
83 Bayview St.
236-4200; 800-236-4266
www.camdenharbourinn.com
Camden Riverhouse Hotel & Inns
11 Tannery Ln.
236-0500; 800-755-7483
www.camdenmaine.com
Camden Windward House
Bed & Breakfast
6 High St.
236-9656; 877-492-9656
www.windwardhouse.com
Captain Swift Inn
72 Elm St.
236-8113; 800-251-0865
www.swiftinn.com
Cedar Crest Inn
115 Elm St., Rt. 1
236-4839; 800-422-4964
www.cedarcrestinnmaine.com
Country Inn at Camden-
Rockport
8 Country Inn Way
236-2725; 888-707-3945
www.countryinnmaine.com
Grand Harbor Inn
14 Bay View Landing
230-7177; 877-553-6997
www.grandharborinn.com
High Tide Inn on the Ocean
505 Belfast Rd., Rt. 1
236-3724; 800-778-7068
www.hightideinn.com
Inn at Ocean’s Edge
20 Stone Coast Rd.; 236-0945
www.innatoceansedge.com
Inns at Blackberry Common
82 Elm St.
236-6060; 800-388-6000
www.innsatblackberrycommon.com
Lodge at Camden Hills
Rt. 1
236-8478; 800-832-7058
www.thelodgeatcamdenhills.com
Lord Camden Inn
24 Main St.
236-4325; 800-336-4325
www.lordcamdeninn.com
Mount Battie Motel
US Rt. 1 Atlantic Hwy.
236-3870; 800-224-3870
www.mountbattie.com
Swan House Bed and
Breakfast
49 Mountain St.
236-8275; 800-207-8275
www.swanhouse.com
TimberCliffe Cottage Bed &
Breakfast
64 High St.
236-4753; 866-396-4753
www.timbercliffecottage.com
Towne Motel
68 Elm St., Rt. 1
236-3377; 800-656-4999
www.camdenmotel.com
Victorian by the Sea
33 Sea View Dr.
236-3785; 800-382-9817
www.victorianbythesea.com
Whitehall Inn
52 High St.
236-3391; 800-789-6565
www.whitehall-inn.com
Damariscotta
Alewives & Ales Bed &
Breakfast
22 High St.; 563-1561
www.alewivesandales.com
Brannon-Bunker Inn
349 State Rt. 129
563-5941; 800-563-9225
www.brannonbunkerinn.com
Lake Pemaquid Campground
Twin Cove Ln.; 563-5202
www.lakepemaquid.com
Newcastle Square Vacation
Rentals
277 Main St., Ste. 3; 563-6500
www.mainecoastcottages.com
Oak Gables Bed and Breakfast
36 Pleasant St.
563-1476; 800-335-7748
www.oakgablesbb.com
Damariscotta Mills
Mill Pond Inn
Rt. 215
563-8014; www.millpondinn.com
Edgecomb
Pioneer Motel
400 US Rt. 1; 882-9281
www.pioneermotel.com
Sheepscot Harbour Village
US Rt. 1; 800-437-5503
www.midcoastresort.com
Friendship
Accommodations at Old
Comfortable
368 Martin Point Rd.; 832-4337
www.oldcomfortable.com
Georgetown
Coveside Bed and Breakfast
6 Gotts Cove Ln.
371-2807; 800-232-5490
www.covesidebandb.com
Mooring Bed & Breakfast
132 Sequinland Rd.
371-2790; 866-828-7343
www.themooringb-b.com
Ocean Front Cottage Rentals
70 Old School House Rd.
371-2581/2175
www.fiveislandsme.com
Sagadahoc Bay Campground
9 Molly Point Ln.; 371-2014
www.sagbaycamping.com
White Rocks Cottage
320 Marrtown Rd.; 603-929-7378
home.myfairpoint.net/dandylyons
Glen Cove
Ledges by the Bay
930 Commercial St., Rt. 1
594-8944; 800-898-8944
www.ledgesbythebay.com
Harpswell
Bellevue by the Sea Bed and
Breakfast
118 Lookout Point Rd.
833-6324/784-5691
www.bellevuemaine.com
Harpswell Inn
108 Lookout Point Rd.
833-5509; 800-843-5509
www.harpswellinn.com
Quahog Bay Inn in Harpswell
Maine
5 Lobster Ln.; 725-9995
www.quahogbayinn.com
Your Island Connection, LLC
7 Aarons Way; 833-7779/7705
www.mainerentals.com
Hope
Maine Escapes
470-7197; www.maineescapes.com
Lincolnville
Bay Leaf Cottages & Bistro
2372 Atlantic Hwy.
505-0458; 888-902-7929
www.bayleafcottages.com
Beach Cottage Inn
2533 Atlantic Hwy.; 789-5200
www.beachcottageinn.com
Ducktrap Motel
12 Whitney Rd.
789-5400; 877-977-5400
www.ducktrapmotel.com
Glenmoor by the Sea
2143 Atlantic Hwy.
706-7905; 855-706-7905
www.glenmoorbythesea.com
Monhegan Island
Island Inn
71 Wharf Hill Rd.; 596-0371
www.islandinnmonhegan.com
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Spruce Head
Craignair Inn
5 Third St.
594-7644; 800-320-9997
www.craignair.com
Tenants Harbor
East Wind Inn
Mechanic St.
372-6366; 800-241-VIEW (8439)
www.eastwindinn.com
Mill Pond House Bed &
Breakfast
453 Port Clyde Rd.; 372-6209
www.millpondhouse.com
Thomaston
Saltwater Farm Campground
47 Kalloch Ln.; 354-6735
www.saltwaterfarm
campground.com
Topsham
Black Lantern Bed &
Breakfast
57 Elm St.
725-4165; 888-306-4165
www.blacklanternbandb.com
Vinalhaven
Libby House Inn
Water St.; 863-4696
www.libbyhouse1869.com
Tidewater Motel & Gathering
Place
15 Main St.; 863-4618
www.tidewatermotel.com
Waldoboro
Blue Skye Farm
1708 Friendship Rd.
832-0300/5135
www.blueskyefarm.com
LeVatout Bed & Breakfast
218 Kaler’s Corner; 832-5150
www.levatout.com
SpinnAcres Alpaca Farm
Retreat
828 Gross Neck Rd.; 832-2288
www.spinnacres.com
Warren
Yankee Traveler Motel
2980 Atlantic Hwy.; 273-2321
www.myyankeetraveler.com
Washington
Blueberry Fields Bed &
Breakfast
673 Razorville Rd.; 446-2407
www.blueberryfieldsbandb.com
Wiscasset
Snow Squall Bed and
Breakfast
Rt. 1 & Bradford Rd.; 882-6892
www.snowsquallinn.com
Tall Pines Bed and Breakfast
211 Federal St.; 882-7630
www.tallpinesmebb.com
Wiscasset Motor Lodge
596 Bath Rd.
882-7137; 800-732-8168
www.wiscassetmotorlodge.com
Woolwich
Whitney’s Wilderness Cabins
141 Old Stage Rd.
442-7676/443-9489
www.gwi.net/~awhitney
Boothbay
Shore Hills Campground
553 Wiscasset Rd.; 633-4782
www.shorehills.com
Kennebec Tavern & Marina
119 Commercial St.; 442-9636
www.kennebectavern.com
Sebasco Harbor Resort
Sebasco Rd., Rt. 217
389-1161; 800-225-3819
www.sebasco.com
Solo Bistro
128 Front St.; 443-3373
www.solobistro.com
Belfast
Comfort Inn Ocean’s Edge
159 Searsport Ave., US Rt. 1
338-2090; 800-228-5150
www.comfortinnbelfast.com
Boothbay
Boothbay Country Club
33 Country Club Rd.; 633-6085
www.boothbaycountryclub.com
Smuggler’s Cove Inn &
Restaurant
727 Ocean Point Rd.
633-2800; 800-633-3008
www.smugglerscovemotel.com
Boothbay Harbor
Boothbay Harbor Inn
31 Atlantic Ave.
633-6302; 800-533-6302
www.boothbayharborinn.com
Boothbay Lobster Wharf
97 Atlantic Ave.
633-4900; 800-996-1740
www.boothbaylobsterwharf.com
Brown’s Wharf Inn
121 Atlantic Ave.
633-5440; 800-334-8110
www.brownswharfinn.com
Fisherman’s Wharf Inn
22 Commercial St., Pier 6
633-5090; 800-628-6872
www.fishermanswharfinn.com
Flagship Inn
200 Townsend Ave.
633-5094; 800-660-5094
www.boothbaylodging.com
Linekin Bay Resort
92 Wall Point Rd.
633-2494; 866-847-2103
www.linekinbayresort.com
Ocean Point Inn
191 Shore Rd., off S.R. 96
633-4200; 800-552-5554
www.oceanpointinn.com
Rocktide Inn
35 Atlantic Ave.
633-4455; 800-ROC-TIDE (762-8433)
www.rocktideinn.com
Ship Ahoy Motel
Rt. 238; 633-5222
www.shipahoymotel.com
Spruce Point Inn Resort and Spa
Grandview Ave.
633-4152; 800-553-0289
www.sprucepointinn.com
Tugboat Inn, Restaurant &
Marina
80 Commercial St.
633-4434; 800-248-2628
www.tugboatinn.com
Brunswick
Bombay Mahal
99 Maine St.; 729-5260
www.bombaymahal.net
Brunswick Golf Club
165 River Rd.; 725-8224
www.brunswickgolfclub.com
Captain Daniel Stone
Restaurant
10 Water St.
373-1824; 877-373-CDSI (2374)
www.captaindanielstone.com
Boothbay Harbor
Gray Homestead Oceanfront
Camping
21 Homestead Rd.; 633-4612
www.graysoceancamping.com
Brunswick
Thomas Point Beach &
Campground
29 Meadow Rd.
725-6009; 877-TPB-4321
www.thomaspointbeach.com
Damariscotta
Lake Pemaquid Campground
Twin Cove Ln.; 563-5202
www.lakepemaquid.com
Georgetown
Sagadahoc Bay Campground
9 Molly Point Ln.; 371-2014
www.sagbaycamping.com
Orr’s Island
Orr’s Island Campground
44 Bond Point Rd.; 833-5595
www.orrsisland.com
Pemaquid
Sherwood Forest Campsite &
Cottage Rentals
12 Campground Circle, Pemaquid Beach
677-3642; 800-274-1593
www.sherwoodforestcampsite.com
Phippsburg
Hermit Island Campground
6 Hermit Island Rd.; 443-2101
www.hermitisland.com
Meadowbrook Camping Area
33 Meadowbrook Rd.
443-4967; 800-370-CAMP (2267)
www.meadowbrookme.com
Ocean View Park Cottages &
Campground
817 Popham Rd.
389-2564; Win: 443-1000
Richmond
Augusta/Gardiner KOA
30 Mallard Dr. (off Rt. 201)
582-5086; 800-562-1496
www.koa.com/where/me/19125
Searsport
Searsport Shores Ocean
Camping
216 W. Main St.; 548-6059
www.campocean.com
South Thomaston
Lobster Buoy Campsites
280 Watermans Beach Rd.
594-7546
www.lobsterbuoycampsites.com
Thomaston
Saltwater Farm Campground
47 Kalloch Ln.; 354-6735
www.saltwaterfarmcampground.com
Wiscasset
Chewonki Campground
235 Chewonki Neck Rd.
882-7426; 800-465-7747
www.chewonkicampground.com
Bailey Island
Cook’s Lobster House
Garrison Cove Rd.; 833-2818/6641
www.cookslobster.com
Driftwood Inn
81 Washington St.; 833-5461
www.thedriftwoodinnmaine.com
Bath
Holiday Inn - Bath
139 Richardson St.
443-9741; 888-HOLIDAY (465-4329)
www.holidayinn.com/bathme 182
Monhegan House
One Main St.; 594-7983
www.monheganhouse.com
Trailing Yew
8 Lobster Cove Rd.; 596-0440
www.trailingyew.com
New Harbor
Bay View Cottages
56 Bradley Shore Rd.; 677-2153
www.mainetourism.com/
bayviewcottages.htm
Gosnold Arms
146 State Rt. 32
677-3727; Win: 561-575-9549
www.gosnold.com
Hotel Pemaquid
3098 Bristol Rd.; 677-2312
www.hotelpemaquid.com
Thompson Cottages
95 South Side Rd., Back Cove
677-2317; www.thompsoncottages.net
Newcastle
Newcastle Inn
60 River Rd.; 563-5685; 877-376-6111
www.newcastleinn.com
Tipsy Butler Bed & Breakfast
11 High St.; 563-3394
www.thetipsybutler.com
North Haven
NEBO Lodge
11 Mullins Ln.; 867-2007
www.nebolodge.com
Northport
Point Lookout Resort &
Conference Center
67 Atlantic Hwy.
789-2000; 800-515-3611
www.visitpointlookout.com
Pemaquid
On the Rocks
57 Penobscot Rd.; 732-699-0629
Riverview Lobster Pound
Cottages
214 Harrington Rd., 677-3355/3356
www.riverviewlobsterpoundcottages.com
Sherwood Forest Campsite &
Cottage Rentals
12 Campground Circle, Pemaquid
Beach; 677-3642; 800-274-1593
www.sherwoodforestcampsite.com
Phippsburg
Dromore Bay Cottage
8 Island View; 443-6309
www.charliesweb.com/dromorebay
Hermit Island Campground
6 Hermit Island Rd.; 443-2101
www.hermitisland.com
Hidden Mountain Cottages &
Gift Shop
1659 Main Rd., Rt. 209
389-1457; www.hiddenmtn.com
Meadowbrook Camping Area
33 Meadowbrook Rd.
443-4967; 800-370-CAMP (2267)
www.meadowbrookme.com
Morse River Associates
Small Point; 443-6309
www.morseriver.com
Ocean View Park Cottages &
Campground
817 Popham Rd.
389-2564; Win: 443-1000
West Point Haven
80 Water Cove Rd.
401-728-3192; 401-353-2185
www.mainecottage1.com
Richmond
Augusta/Gardiner KOA
30 Mallard Dr. (off Rt. 201)
582-5086; 800-562-1496
www.koa.com/where/me/19125
Rockland
Berry Manor Inn
81 Talbot Ave.
596-7696; 800-774-5692
www.berrymanorinn.com
Captain Lindsey House Inn
5 Lindsey St.
596-7950; 800-523-2145
www.lindseyhouse.com
Glen Cove Inn & Suites
866 Commercial St.
594-4062; 800-453-6268
www.glencoveinn.com
Hampton Inn & Suites -
Rockland
190 New County Rd.
594-6644; 800-HAMPTON
www.rocklandsuites.
hamptoninn.com
LimeRock Inn
96 Limerock St.
594-2257; 800-546-3762
www.limerockinn.com
Morning in Maine
Middle Pier; 691-7245
www.amorninginmaine.com
Navigator Motor Inn
520 Main St.
594-2131; 800-545-8026
www.navigatorinn.com
Old Granite Inn
546 Main St.
594-9036; 800-386-9036
www.oldgraniteinn.com
Trade Winds Motor Inn
Main St., Rt. 1
596-6661; Resv: 800-834-3130
www.tradewindsmaine.com
Rockport
Claddagh Motel & Suites
1038 Commercial St.
594-8479; 800-871-5454
www.claddaghmotel.com
Samoset Resort
220 Warrenton St.
594-2511; 800-341-1650
www.samosetresort.com
Schooner Bay Motor Inn
337 Commerical St.
236-2205; 888-308-8855
www.sbaymotorinn.com
Village at Rockport
Condominiums & Motel
689 Commercial St.
882-4272/975-6299
www.villageatrockport.com
Searsport
Searsport Shores Ocean
Camping
216 W. Main St.; 548-6059
www.campocean.com
Yardarm Motel
172 E. Main St.; 548-2404
www.searsportmaine.com
South Thomaston
Jasko, Rev. Bill & Jenny
77 Pleasant Beach Rd.
201-746-1222
Cell: 201-776-9669
877-894-1910
www.mainetourism.com/jasko/
Weskeag at the Water
14 Elm St., Rt. 73
596-6676; 800-596-5576
www.weskeag.com
Southport
Newagen Seaside Inn
Rt. 27
633-5242; 800-654-5242
www.newagenseasideinn.com
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Miller’s Lobster Company
83 Eagle Quarry Rd.
594-7406/2602 Resv. for 20+
www.millerslobster.com
Tenants Harbor
East Wind Inn
Mechanic St.
372-6366; 800-241-VIEW (8439)
www.eastwindinn.com
Wiscasset
Maine Heritage Village, LLC
506 Old Bath Rd.
882-1212; Lighthouse: 882-9887
www.maineheritagevillage.com
Woolwich
Taste of Maine Restaurant
Rt. 1; 443-4554
www.tasteofmaine.com
Alna
Wiscasset Waterville &
Farmington Railway Museum
Sheepscot Station, 97 Cross Rd.
882-4193; www.wwfry.org
Arrowsic
Arrowsic Island Pottery/
Arrowsic Island Cottage
344 Old Stage Rd.; 443-5858
www.arrowsicislandpottery.com
Bath
Maine Maritime Museum
243 Washington St.; 443-1316
www.mainemaritimemuseum.org
Markings Gallery
50 Front St.; 443-1499
www.markingsgallery.com
Belfast
Mainely Pottery
181 Searsport Ave., US Rt. 1
338-1108; www.mainelypottery.com
Boothbay
Boothbay Railway Village
586 Wiscasset Rd., Rt. 27
633-4727; www.railwayvillage.org
Boothbay Harbor
Opera House at Boothbay
Harbor
86 Townsend Ave.; 633-6855
www.boothbayoperahouse.com
Brunswick
Bowdoin College
3900 College Station
725-3306/3256; www.bowdoin.edu
Maine State Music Theatre
Bowdoin College Campus
Pickard Theater
725-8769; www.msmt.org
Camden
Bayview Gallery
33 Bayview St.
236-4534; 800-244-4534
www.bayviewgallery.com
Damariscotta
Cherry Gallery
27 Church St.; 563-5639
www.cherrygallery.com
Dresden
Pownalborough Court House
23 Court House Rd.; 737-2504
www.lincolncountyhistory.org
Edgecomb
Edgecomb Potters Studio &
Gallery
727 Boothbay Rd., Rt. 275
882-9493; 800-343-5529
www.edgecombpotters.com
Great Impasta
42 Maine St.; 729-5858
www.thegreatimpasta.com
Inn at Brunswick Station
4 Noble St.
837-6565; 800-582-6096
www.innatbrunswickstation.com
Camden
Camden Harbour Inn &
Natalie’s Restaurant
83 Bayview St.
236-4200; 800-236-4266
www.camdenharbourinn.com
Cedar Crest Inn
115 Elm St., Rt. 1
236-4839; 800-422-4964
www.cedarcrestinnmaine.com
Inn at Ocean’s Edge
20 Stone Coast Rd.; 236-0945
www.innatoceansedge.com
Whitehall Inn
52 High St.
236-3391; 800-789-6565
www.whitehall-inn.com
Harpswell
Dolphin Marina & Restaurant
515 Basin Point Rd.; 833-6000
www.dolphinmarinaandrestaurant.com
Holbrook Community
Foundation
Cundy’s Harbor; 729-4445
www.holbrookcommunityfoundation.org
Lincolnville
Beach Cottage Inn
2533 Atlantic Hwy.; 789-5200
www.beachcottageinn.com
Monhegan Island
Island Inn
71 Wharf Hill Rd.; 596-0371
www.islandinnmonhegan.com
Monhegan House
One Main St.; 594-7983
www.monheganhouse.com
New Harbor
Shaw’s Fish & Lobster Wharf
129 State Rt. 32; 677-2200
North Haven
NEBO Lodge
11 Mullins Ln.; 867-2007
www.nebolodge.com
Pemaquid
Pemaquid Fisherman’s Co-Op
32 Co-op Rd.
677-2801; 866-864-2897
www.pemaquidlobstercoop.com
Rockland
Navigator Motor Inn
520 Main St.
594-2131; 800-545-8026
www.navigatorinn.com
Trade Winds Motor Inn
Main St., Rt. 1
596-6661; Resv: 800-834-3130
www.tradewindsmaine.com
Rockport
Prism Restaurant and Gallery
297 Commerical St.; 230-0061
www.prismrockport.com
Samoset Resort
220 Warrenton St.
594-2511; 800-341-1650
www.samosetresort.com
Southport
Newagen Seaside Inn
Rt. 27; 633-5242; 800-654-5242
www.newagenseasideinn.com
Spruce Head
Craignair Inn
5 Third St.
594-7644; 800-320-9997
www.craignair.com
Harpswell
Friends of Peary’s Eagle Island
Eagle Island, Casco Bay; 833-2310
www.pearyeagleisland.org
Holbrook Community
Foundation
Cundy’s Harbor
729-4445; www.holbrook
communityfoundation.org
Lincolnville
Maine Artisans Craft
Cooperative
Atlantic Hwy. Rt. 1; 789-5376
www.mainecraftcoop.org/lincoln.html
Owls Head
Owls Head Transportation
Museum
117 Museum St.; 594-4418
www.owlshead.org
Rockland
Farnsworth Art Museum and
Wyeth Center
16 Museum St.; 596-6457
www.farnsworthmuseum.org
Maine Lobster Festival/
Rockland Festival Corp.
Harbor Park; 596-0376
800-LOB-CLAW (800-562-2529)
www.mainelobsterfestival.com
Rockport
Bay Chamber Concerts
18 Central St.
236-2823; 888-707-2770
www.baychamberconcerts.org
ChelTed Gallery - Design Studio
705 Commercial St.; 596-7230
www.cheltedgraphics.com
Prism Restaurant and Gallery
297 Commerical St.; 230-0061
www.prismrockport.com
Searsport
Penobscot Marine Museum
40 E. Main St. at Rt. 1; 548-2529
www.penobscotmarinemuseum.org
Thomaston
Montpelier - General Henry
Knox Museum
30 High St.; 354-8062
www.knoxmuseum.org
Union
Union Fair Society/State of
Maine Wild Blueberry Festival
Fairgrounds Rd.
785-3281/273-2772
www.unionfair.org
Union Pottery
83 Pound Hill Rd.
785-4826; 800-423-3115
www.unionpottery.com
Warren
Fireside Pottery
1478 Camden Rd.; 273-3767/4767
www.firesidepottery.com
Wiscasset
Lincoln County Museum & Old
Jail
133 Federal St.; 882-6817
www.lincolncountyhistory.org
Maine Heritage Village, LLC
506 Old Bath Rd.
882-1212; Lighthouse: 882-9887
www.maineheritagevillage.com
Bailey Island
Sea Escape Cottages &
Charters
23 Sea Escape Ln.; 833-5531
www.seaescapecottages.com
Bath
Kennebec Tavern & Marina
119 Commercial St.; 442-9636
www.kennebectavern.com
Maine Maritime Museum
243 Washington St.; 443-1316
www.mainemaritimemuseum.org
Obsession Sportfishing
Charters
119 Commercial St.; 841-1444
www.obsessioncharters.com
Sebasco Harbor Resort
Sebasco Rd., Rt. 217
389-1161; 800-225-3819
www.sebasco.com
Boothbay
Boothbay Country Club
33 Country Club Rd.; 633-6085
www.boothbaycountryclub.com
Coastal Maine Botanical
Gardens
Barters Island Rd.; 633-4333
www.mainegardens.org
Boothbay Harbor
Balmy Days Cruises
42 Commercial St., Pier 8
633-2284; 800-298-2284
www.balmydayscruises.com
Boothbay Whale Watch
Pier 6, Fisherman’s Wharf
22 Commercial St.
633-3500; 888-942-5363
www.whaleme.com
Brown’s Wharf Inn
121 Atlantic Ave.
633-5440; 800-334-8110
www.brownswharfinn.com
Cap’n Fish’s Waterfront Inn &
Puffin Trips
65 Atlantic Ave.
633-6605; 800-633-0860
www.boothbaywaterfront.com
Cap’n Fish’s Whale Watching
42 Commercial St., Pier 1
633-3244; 800-636-3244
www.mainewhales.com
Gray Homestead Oceanfront
Camping
21 Homestead Rd.; 633-4612
www.graysoceancamping.com
Schooner Eastwind
20 Commercial St.; 633-6598
www.schoonereastwind.com
Tidal Transit Kayak Company
18 Granary Way; 633-7140
www.kayakboothbay.com
Tugboat Inn, Restaurant &
Marina
80 Commercial St.
633-4434; 800-248-2628
www.tugboatinn.com
Bremen
Sail Muscongus, LLC
380-5460; www.sailmuscongus.com
Brooks
Country View Golf Club
178 Moosehead Trail Hwy.
722-3161
Brunswick
Brunswick Golf Club
165 River Rd.; 725-8224
www.brunswickgolfclub.com
Camden
Maine Windjammer Cruises
46 John St.
236-2938; 800-736-7981
www.mainewindjammercruises.com
Penobscot Bay Cruises
Town Landing; 236-4446
www.Betselma.com
Schooner Explorations/
Appledore, Bayview Landing
236-8353; 800-233-PIER (OOS)
www.appledore2.com
Schooner Lewis R. French
Atlantic Ave.
594-2241; 800-469-4635
www.schoonerfrench.com
Schooner Olad
Town Landing; 236-2323
www.maineschooners.com
Yankee Packet Company
“ANGELIQUE”
348 Alford Lake Rd.
785-3020; 800-282-9989
www.sailangelique.com
Damariscotta
Lake Pemaquid Campground
Twin Cove Ln.; 563-5202
www.lakepemaquid.com
Midcoast Kayak
47 Main St.; 563-5732
www.midcoastkayak.com
Damariscotta Mills
Mill Pond Inn
Rt. 215 ; 563-8014
www.millpondinn.com
Harpswell
Dolphin Marina & Restaurant
515 Basin Point Rd.; 833-6000
www.dolphinmarinaandrestaurant.com
Friends of Peary’s Eagle Island
Eagle Island, Casco Bay
833-2310
www.pearyeagleisland.org
Holbrook Community
Foundation
Cundy’s Harbor
729-4445; www.holbrook
communityfoundation.org
Monhegan Island
Windward Cruise Company
dba Hardy Boat Cruises
Shaws Wharf, Rt. 32
677-2026; 800-2PUFFIN (278-3346)
www.hardyboat.com
New Harbor
Maine Kayak
113 Huddle Rd.
948-5194; 866-624-6352
www.mainekayak.com
Owls Head
Penobscot Island Air
Knox County Regional Airport
596-7500
www.penobscotislandair.net
Port Clyde
Monhegan Boat Line
880 Port Clyde Rd.; 372-8848
www.monheganboat.com
Rockland
Maine Boating Adventures
North End Shipyard, Front St.
594-7956; 877-238-1325
www.isaacevans.com
Morning in Maine
Middle Pier; 691-7245
www.amorninginmaine.com
Schooner Heritage &
Schooner American Eagle
11 Front St.
594-8007; 800-648-4544
www.schoonerheritage.com
Schooner J&E Riggin
136 Holmes St.
594-1875; 800-869-0604
www.mainewindjammer.com
Summertime Cruises
Public Dock
563-1605; 800-562-8290
www.schoonersummertime.com
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South Harpswell
Eagle Island Cruise with
Captain Claire
515 Basin Pt.; 846-1254
www.eagleislandcruise.com
Topsham
Highland Green
7 Evergreen Cir.
725-4549; 866-854-1200
www.highlandgreenmaine.com
Union
Maine Outdoors
69 Beote Rd.
785-4496; 800-203-8549
www.maineoutdoors.biz
Waldoboro
SpinnAcres Alpaca Farm
Retreat
828 Gross Neck Rd.
832-2288; www.spinnacres.com
Village Farm Alpacas & Shop
99 Old Rt. 1; 832-5160
www.alpacavillage.com
West Bath
Seaspray Kayaking Rentals
& Tours
412 State Rd.
443-3646; 888-349-SPRAY (7772)
www.seaspraykayaking.com
Wiscasset
Winters Gone Farm & Alpaca
Store, LLC
245 Alna Rd., Rt. 218
882-9191; 800-645-0188
www.wintersgone.com
Alna
Wizard of Odds & Ends at Alna
Maine
45 Head Tide Rd.
633-7423/586-5005
Bailey Island
Land’s End Gift Shop
2391 Harpswell Island Rd.
833-2313; www.landsendgifts.com
Bath
Direct Display Publishing Co.
122 Front St., Ste. 222
443-4800; www.direct-display.com
Friends of Seguin Island
Lighthouse
Lighthouse on Seguin Island
443-4808; www.seguinisland.org
Halcyon Yarn
12 School St.
442-7909; 800-341-0282
www.halcyonyarn.com
Hyde School
616 High St.
443-5584; 888-234-HYDE
www.hyde.edu
Main Street Bath
15 Commercial St.
442-7291; www.visitbath.com
Belfast
Belfast Area Chamber of
Commerce
17 Main St.; 338-5900
www.belfastmaine.org
Belfast, City of
131 Church St.; 338-3370
www.cityofbelfast.org
Bennett’s Gems & Jewelry
45D Searsport Ave., Rt. 1
338-5530; www.bennettsgems.com 184
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
93 Lincolnville Ave.
338-5377; RX: 338-1918
www.hannaford.com
Lupine Cottage
7 Old Searsport Ave., Rt. 1
338-4300; www.lupinecottage.net
Our Town Belfast
171 High St., Ste. 6; 323-9100
www.ourtownbelfast.org
Boothbay
Boothbay Region Information
Center & Chamber
323 Adams Pond Rd., Rt. 27
633-4743; www.boothbayregion
information.org
Boothbay Harbor
ACRO Global
36 Sea St.; 633-3934
www.acroglobal.com
Boothbay Harbor Region
Chamber of Commerce
192 Townsend Ave., Rt. 27
633-2353; www.boothbayharbor.com
Boothbay Register
97 Townsend Ave.
633-4620; 877-500-6397
www.theportholeonline.com
Christmas Magic
6 Wharf St.; 633-5041
www.christmasmagicofmaine.com
Hannaford Supermarket
180 Townsend Ave., Rt. 27
633-6465; www.hannaford.com
Brunswick
Baribeau Agency
51 Pleasant St.
729-3333; 800-882-5681
www.c21baribeau.com
Bowdoin College
3900 College Station
725-3306/3256; www.bowdoin.edu
Brunswick Downtown
Association
85 Maine St.; 729-4439
www.brunswickdowntown.com
Brunswick Publishing
Company/Times Record
3 Business Pkwy.
729-3311; 800-734-6397
www.timesrecord.com
Cabot Mill Antiques
14 Maine St.; 725-2855
www.cabotiques.com
Five Rivers Arts Alliance
108 Maine St.; 798-6964
www.fiveriversartsalliance.org
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
35 Elm St.
725-8701; RX: 729-1604
www.hannaford.com
Modern Pest Services
100 Pleasant St.
721-0167; 800-894-8800
www.modernpest.com
Thornton Oaks Retirement
Community
25 Thornton Way, #100
729-8033; 800-729-8033
www.thorntonoaks.com
Waterfront Flea Market
14 Maine St.; 729-0378
Burnham
Houston-Brooks Auctioneers
22 S. Horseback Rd.
948-2214; 800-254-2214
www.houstonbrooks.com
Camden
Camden Bed & Breakfast
Association
www.camdeninns.com
Cellardoor Winery
367 Youngtown Rd.
763-4478; www.mainewine.com
Hannaford Supermarket
145 Elm St.; 236-8577
www.hannaford.com
Penobscot Bay Regional
Chamber of Commerce
2 Public Landing
Camden: 236-4404
Rockland: 596-0376
800-223-5459 (msg. only line)
www.visitcamden.com
Smiling Cow
41 Main St.
236-3351; 800-646-6169
www.smilingcow.com
Damariscotta
Damariscotta Region Chamber
of Commerce
15 Courtyard St.; 563-8340
www.damariscottaregion.com
Damariscotta Region
Information Bureau
276 Main St.; 563-3175
www.lincoln.midcoast.
com/~damainfo/
First, N.A.
223 Main St.
563-3195; 800-564-3195
www.thefirst.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
469 Main St.
563-8131; RX: 563-1974
www.hannaford.com
Women of Substance
508 Main St.; 563-6809
www.womenofsubstance.us
Woodturning School, LLC
10 Cappelletti Dr.; 563-2345
www.woodturningschool.org
Edgecomb
Peapod Jewelry
40 US Rt. 1; 882-9500
www.peapodjewelry.com
Harpswell
Harpswell Business
Association
Harpswell Inn, 108 Lookout Point Rd.
833-5509; www.harpswellmaine.org
Liberty
Liberty Graphics
44 Main St.
589-4596; 888-660-2505
www.lgtees.com
Lincolnville
Windsor Chairmakers
2596 Atlantic Hwy., Rt. 1
789-5188; 800-789-5188
www.windsorchair.com
New Harbor
Pemaquid Craft Co-op
2565 Bristol Rd.; 677-2077
Newcastle
Renys Department Store
731 Rt. 1; 563-3177
www.renys.com
Nobleboro
Alewives Fabrics
10 Maine St.; 268-4581
www.alewivesfabrics.com
Nobleboro Antique Exchange
104 Atlantic Hwy.; 563-6800
www.antiquex.net
Phippsburg
Phippsburg Business
Association
1659 Main Rd.; 389-1457
Richmond
Nature’s Poison Ivy Relief, Inc.
870 Beedle Rd.; 751-6978
www.naturespoisonivyrelief.com
Rockland
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
75 Maverick St.
594-2173; RX: 596-6389
www.hannaford.com
Maine Eastern Railroad
4 Union St.
596-6725; 866-MERAILS
www.maineeasternrailroad.com
Mid-Coast Chamber Council
725-8797; 800-787-4284
www.mainesmidcoast.com
Rockland Antiques
Marketplace
25 Rankin St.; 596-9972
Village NetMedia, Inc.
301 Park St.; 594-4401
www.villagesoup.com
Rockport
Down East Magazine & Book
Online
680 Commercial St.
594-9544; 800-766-1670
www.downeast.com
Maine Media Workshops &
Maine Media College
70 Camden St.
236-8581; 877-577-7700
www.mainemedia.edu
State of Maine Cheese &
Rockport Marketplace
461 Commercial St.
236-8895; 800-762-8895
www.cheese-me.com
Searsport
BlueJacket Ship Crafters
160 E. Main St.
548-9970; 800-448-5567
www.bluejacketinc.com
Searsport Economic
Development Committee
1 Union St.; 548-2141
www.searsportme.net
Topsham
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
49 Topsham Fair Mall Rd., Ste. 1
729-5124; RX: 729-3800
www.hannaford.com
Highlands
30 Governors Way
725-2650; 888-760-1042
www.highlandsrc.com
Maine Bike Rally Organization
22 Union Park Rd. #104
729-1516; www.mainebikerally.org
Southern Midcoast Maine
Chamber
2 Main St., Ste. 210
725-8797; 877-725-8797
www.midcoastmaine.com
Trevett
I Lobster Maine
350-5717; www.ilobstermaine.com
Union
Savage Oakes Vineyard &
Winery
174 Barrett Hill Rd.; 785-2828
www.savageoakes.com
Sweetgrass Farm Winery &
Distillery
347 Carroll Rd.; 785-3024
www.sweetgrasswinery.com
Union Area Chamber of
Commerce
785-3300
www.unionareachamber.org
Unity
Unity College Admissions
Office
90 Quaker Hill Rd.
948-3131 x 309; 800-624-1024
www.unity.edu
Waldoboro
Down East Doormats
2964 Atlantic Hwy.
832-0600; 877-832-3777
www.downeastdoormats.com
Hannaford Supermarket
18 Kaler Corner Rd., Rts. 1 & 32
832-4358; www.hannaford.com
Warren
Lie-Nielsen Toolworks
264 Stirling Rd., Rt. 1
273-1520; 800-327-2520
www.lie-nielsen.com
Winterport
Maine Lobster Boat Racing
Association
966 N. Main St.; 223-8846
www.mainescoast.com
Maine Winery Guild
367 Youngtown Rd.
www.mainewinetrail.com/
Winterport Winery
279 S. Main St.; 223-4500
www.winterportwinery.com
Wiscasset
Big Al’s Super Values
Rt. 1; 882-6423
www.bigalssupervalues.com
Lincoln, County of
32 High St.; 882-6311
www.co.lincoln.me.us
Wiscasset Antiques Dealers
882-4255
www.shopwiscassetantiques.com
Woolwich
Shelter Institute
873 US Rt. 1; 442-7938
www.shelterinstitute.com
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The Maine Highlands – Bangor º KatahdIn º Moosehead 1ake
Bangor
A Vacationland Inn
453 Wilson St.
989-5450; 800-990-1325
www.vacationlandinn.com
Bangor Marriott Courtyard
236 Sylvan Rd.
262-0070; 888-236-2427
www.marriott.com
Best Western White House Inn
155 Littlefield Ave.
862-3737; 800-WESTERN
www.whitehouseinnbangor.com
Charles Inn
20 Broad St.; 992-2820
www.thecharlesinn.com
Comfort Inn
750 Hogan Rd.
942-7899; 800-338-9966
www.comfortinn.com/hotel/me401
Country Inn at the Mall
936 Stillwater Ave.
941-0200; 800-244-3961
www.countryinnatthemall.net
Econo Lodge
327 Odlin Rd.
945-0111; 800-393-0111
www.choicehotels.com/hotel/me041
Fairfield Inn - Bangor
300 Odlin Rd.
990-0001; 800-228-2800
www.fairfieldinn.com/bgrfi
Fireside Inn & Suites - Bangor
570 Main St.; 942-1234
www.firesideinnbangor.com
Four Points by Sheraton
Bangor Maine
308 Godfrey Blvd
947-6721; 800-228-4609
www.fourpointsbangorairport.com
Hampton Inn
10 Bangor Mall Blvd.
990-4400; 800-HAMPTON
www.bangorhamptoninn.com
Hilton Garden Inn Bangor
250 Haskell Rd.; 262-0099
www.bangor.hgi.com
Holiday Inn - Bangor
404 Odlin Rd.
947-0101; 800-914-0101
www.holidyinn.com/bangorme
Hollywood Slots Hotel &
Raceway
500 Main St.
974-3485; 877-779-7771
www.hollywoodslots.com
Hotel Equities dba Days Inn
250 Odlin Rd.
942-8272; 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com
Lucerne Inn
2517 Main Rd.
843-5123; 800-325-5123
www.lucerneinn.com
Motel 6
1100 Hammond St.
947-6921; 800-4MOTEL6
www.motel6.com/reservations/
motel_detail.aspx?num=4253
Ramada - Bangor
357 Odlin Rd.
947-6961; 800-445-7787
www.bangorramada.com
Riverside Inn
495 State St.
973-4100; 800-252-4044
www.riversidebangor.org
Super 8 Motel
462 Odlin Rd.
945-5681; 800-800-8000
www.super8.com
Travelodge
482 Odlin Rd.
942-6301; 800-578-7878
Brewer
Brewer Motor Inn
359 Wilson St.
989-4476; 800-856-4476
Fiddlehead Inn - A Vegetarian
Bed & Breakfast
5 E. Summer St.
989-1854; 888-983-4466
www.fiddleheadinn.com
Village Green Motel
359 Wilson St.
989-4476; 800-856-4476
Burlington
Porter Point Camps on
Nicatous Lake
TWP 3 N.D.; 944-1463
www.porterpointcamps.com
Clifton
Parks Pond Campground
827 Airline Rd., Rt. 9; 843-7267
www.parkspondcampground.com
Dexter
Brewster Inn
37 Zion’s Hill Rd.; 924-3130
www.brewsterinn.com
Eddington
Walton’s Campground
211 Riverside Dr.; 989-8898
www.waltonscampground.com
Enfield
Cedar Rest Cabins
332 Cedar Rest Rd.; 732-3318
www.cedarrestcabins.com
Cold Stream Inn
22 Little Buck Dr.; 732-4488
www.coldstreaminn.com
Greenbush
Thorofare Island
Greenbush Boat Landing
827-0438; www.thorofareisland.com
Greenville
Beaver Cove Camps
648 Black Point Rd.
695-3717; 800-577-3717
www.beavercovecamps.com
Chalet Moosehead Lakefront
Motel, 12 North Birch St.
695-2950; 800-290-3645
www.mooseheadlodging.com
Cozy Moose Lakeside Cabins
& Snowmobile Rentals
71 Nelson Ave., On Moosehead
Lake; 695-0242
www.mooseheadcabins.com
Evergreen Lodge at
Moosehead
182 Greenville Rd.
695-3241; 888-624-3993
www.evergreenlodgemoosehead.com
Gorman Chairback Lodge
& Cabins - Appalachian
Mountain Club
603-466-2727
www.outdoors.org/mainelodges
Greenville Inn at Moosehead
Lake, 40 Norris St.
695-2206; 888-695-6000
www.greenvilleinn.com
Leisure Life Resort
33 Leisure Life Rd.
695-3737; 800-726-2302
www.leisureliferesort.com
Little Lyford Lodge & Cabins -
Appalachian Mountain Club
603-466-2727
www.outdoors.org/mainelodges
Lodge at Moosehead Lake
368 Lily Bay Rd.
695-4400; 800-825-6977
www.lodgeatmooseheadlake.com
Medawisla Wilderness Lodge
& Cabins - Appalachian
Mountain Club
603-466-2727
www.outdoors.org/mainelodges
Moose Mountain Inn
314 Rockwood Rd.
695-3321; 800-792-1858
www.moosemountaininn.com
Moosehead Hills Cabins
418 Lily Bay Rd.; 695-2514
www.mooseheadhills.com
Northwoods Camp Rentals
14 Lakeview St.
695-4300; 800-251-8042
www.mooseheadrentals.com
Northwoods Outfitters
5 Lily Bay Rd.
695-3288; 866-223-1380
www.maineoutfitter.com
Pleasant Street Inn at
Moosehead Lake
26 Pleasant St.; 695-3400
www.pleasantstreetinn.com
Wilson Pond Camps
15 Lower Wilson Pond Rd.
695-2860; 877-695-2860
www.wilsonpondcamps.com
Guilford
Balsam Woods Campground
112 Pond Rd.; 876-2731
www.balsamwoods.com
Howland
Merrill Brook Cabins
3 Merrill Brook Ln.; 732-3115
www.merrillbrookcabins.com
Penobscot River Cabins
737 Mattamiscontis Rd.
557-3237; 800-670-7531
www.penobscotrivercabins.com
Kokadjo
Spencer Pond Camps
Spencer Pond; 745-1599
www.spencerpond.com
Lincoln
Eagle Lodge and Camps
600 Folsom Pond Rd.; 794-2181
www.eaglelodgemaine.com
Medway
Gateway Inn
1963 Medway Rd.; 746-3193
www.medwaygateway.com
Katahdin Shadows Motel
2166 Medway Rd.
746-5162; 800-593-2267
www.katahdinshadowsmotel.com
Millinocket
5 Lakes Lodge
Rt. 11 South Twin Lake; 723-5045
www.5lakeslodge.com
Appalachian Trail Lodge & Cafe
33 Penobscot Ave.; 723-4321
www.appalachiantraillodge.com
Big Moose Inn, Cabins,
Campground & Restaurant
Baxter State Park Rd.
Millinocket Lake
723-8391; 877-666-7346
www.BigMooseCabins.com
Chewonki Wilderness
Vacations
8027 Golden Rd.,T3 R11; 882-7323
www.chewonki.org/vacations/
default.asp
Katahdin Inn & Suites
740 Central St.
723-4555; 877-902-4555
www.katahdininnandsuites.com
Katahdin Shadows
Campground & Cabins
118 Katahdin Shadows Dr.
746-9349; 800-794-5267
www.katahdinshadows.com
Maine-ly Photos Moose &
Photo Tour
353 Penobscot Ave.; 723-5465
www.mainelyphotos.com
Nahmakanta Lake Wilderness
Camps
T2 R11, Nahmakanta Lake
731-8888; 877-731-7888
www.nahmakanta.com
Nesowadnehunk Lake
Wilderness Campground
T4 R10; 458-1551/205-294-3188
Win: 746-0008
www.nesowadnehunk.com
New England Outdoor Center
1221 Medway Rd.
723-5438; 800-766-7238
www.neoc.com
Pine Grove Campground &
Cottages
822 Grindstone Rd.; 746-5172
www.pinegrovecampground
andcottages.com
Three Rivers Whitewater -
Millinocket
2265 US Rt. 201, Old Medway Rd.
723-3200; 877-UGO-RAFT (846-7238)
www.threeriversfun.com
Twin Pine Camps Cabins
Black Cat Rd., Millinocket Lake
723-5523; 800-766-7238
www.neoc.com
Young House Bed and
Breakfast
193 Central St.; 723-5452
www.theyounghousebandb.com
Newport
Christies Campground &
Cottages
83 Christies Camp Rd., Rt. 2
368-4645; 800-688-5141
www.christiescampground.com
Sebasticook Lake
Campground
52 Tent Village Rd.
368-5047; Resv: 800-319-9333
www.mainervpark.com
Orono
Black Bear Inn, Conference
Center & Suites
4 Godfrey Dr.; 866-7120
www.blackbearinnorono.com
Milford Motel on the River
174 Main Rd.
827-3200; 800-282-3330
www.milfordmotelontheriver.com
University Inn Academic Suites
5 College Ave.
866-4921; 800-321-4921
www.universityinnorono.com
Patten
Bowlin Camps
T5 R8; 528-2022
www.bowlincamps.com
Camp Wapiti & Northbound
Adventure Company
Wapiti Rd.
528-2485; 688-4024
www.campwapiti.com
Mountain Glory Farm
199 Happy Corner Rd.
800-219-7950
www.mountaingloryfarm.com
Shin Pond Village
1489 Shin Pond Rd.
528-2900; www.shinpond.com
Pittston Academy Grant
Twp.
Historic Pittston Farm
53 Pittston Farm Rd.; 280-0000
www.pittstonfarm.com
Ripogenus Dam
Frost Pond Camps
Frost Pond, T3 R11 Wels; 852-4700
www.frostpondcamps.com
Rockwood
Birches Resort/Wilderness
Expeditions
281 Birches Rd.
534-7305/2242
800-825-WILD (9453)
www.birches.com
Gray Ghost Camps
161 Jackman Rd.; 534-7362
www.grayghostcamps.com
Maine Escapes
470-7197; www.maineescapes.com
Moosehead Lake Vacation &
Sportsmen’s Association
Jackman Rd., Rt. 15
www.rockwoodonmoosehead.org
Tomhegan Wilderness Camps
Tomhegan Township
534-7712; www.tomhegan.com
Seboomook
Seboomook Wilderness
Campground
Seboomook Rd.; 280-0555
www.seboomookwilderness
campground.us
Sherman Mills
Katahdin Valley Motel
Rt. 158, 32 Main St.
365-4554; 888-500-2418
www.katahdinvalleymotel.com
Springfield
Springfield Tyme Bed &
Breakfast
3 True Rd.; 738-2323
Willimantic
Two Falls Camps
28 Airport Rd; 997-3625
www.twofalls.com
Bangor
Paul Bunyan Campground
1862 Union St.; 941-1177
www.paulbunyancampground.com
Pleasant Hill RV Park &
Campground
45 Mansell Rd.; 848-5127
www.pleasanthillcampground.com
Stetson Shores Campground
304 Lakins Rd., Rt. 143; 296-2041
www.stetsonshores.com
Brewer
Red Barn Campground
Rt. 1A E.; 843-6011
www.redbarnmaine.com
ACCOMMODATIONS
CAMPING
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Orono
Black Bear Inn, Conference
Center & Suites
4 Godfrey Dr.; 866-7120
www.blackbearinnorono.com
Patten
Bowlin Camps
T5 R8; 528-2022
www.bowlincamps.com
Camp Wapiti & Northbound
Adventure Company
Wapiti Rd.; 528-2485; 688-4024
www.campwapiti.com
Shin Pond Village
1489 Shin Pond Rd.; 528-2900
www.shinpond.com
Pittston Academy Grant
Twp.
Historic Pittston Farm
53 Pittston Farm Rd.; 280-0000
www.pittstonfarm.com
Rockwood
Birches Resort/Wilderness
Expeditions , 281 Birches Rd.
534-7305/2242; 800-825-WILD (9453)
www.birches.com
Bangor
Bangor Folk Festival dba The
American Folk Festival
40 Harlow St.; 992-2630
www.americanfolkfestival.com
Cole Land Transportation
Museum
405 Perry Rd.; 990-3600
www.colemuseum.org
Maine Discovery Museum
74 Main St.; 262-7200
www.mainediscoverymuseum.org
Bradley
Maine Forest & Logging
Museum
Government Rd.; 974-6278
www.leonardsmills.com
Greenville
Moosehead Marine Museum
N. Main St.
695-2716; Win: 695-3639
www.katahdincruises.com
Millinocket
Moose Prints Gallery/Mark
Picard Wildlife Photography
58 Central St.; 447-6906
www.mooseprintsgallery.com
North Light Gallery
256 Penobscot St.
723-4414; 800-970-4ART (4278)
www.artnorthlight.com
Patten
Patten Lumbermen’s Museum
25 Waters Rd.; 528-2650
www.lumbermensmuseum.org
Alton
Maine Guiding
4445 Bennoch Rd.; 394-4338
www.maineguiding.com
Bangor
Lucerne Inn
2517 Main Rd.
843-5123; 800-325-5123
www.lucerneinn.com
Enfield
Cedar Rest Cabins
332 Cedar Rest Rd.; 732-3318
www.cedarrestcabins.com
Clifton
Parks Pond Campground
827 Airline Rd., Rt. 9; 843-7267
www.parkspondcampground.com
Eddington
Walton’s Campground
211 Riverside Dr.; 989-8898
www.waltonscampground.com
Greenbush
Thorofare Island
Greenbush Boat Landing; 827-0438
www.thorofareisland.com
Greenville
Leisure Life Resort
33 Leisure Life Rd.
695-3737; 800-726-2302
www.leisureliferesort.com
Moose Mountain Inn
314 Rockwood Rd.
695-3321; 800-792-1858
www.moosemountaininn.com
Moosehead Family
Campground
312 Moosehead Lake Rd., Rt. 15
695-2210
www.mooseheadcampground.com
Northwoods Outfitters
5 Lily Bay Rd.
695-3288; 866-223-1380
www.maineoutfitter.com
Guilford
Balsam Woods Campground
112 Pond Rd.; 876-2731
www.balsamwoods.com
Hermon
Pumpkin Patch RV Resort
149 Billings Rd.
848-2231; 866-644-2267
www.pumpkinpatchrv.com
Holden
Holden Family Campground
108 Main Rd.
989-0529; 866-989-0529
www.holdenfamilycampground.com
Mattawamkeag
Mattawamkeag Wilderness
Park Campground
1553 Wilderness Park Rd.
736-2464; 888-724-2465
www.mwpark.com
Millinocket
Big Moose Inn, Cabins,
Campground & Restaurant
Baxter State Park Rd.
Millinocket Lake
723-8391; 877-666-7346
www.BigMooseCabins.com
Chewonki Wilderness
Vacations
8027 Golden Rd.,T3 R11; 882-7323
www.chewonki.org/vacations/
default.asp
Katahdin Shadows
Campground & Cabins
118 Katahdin Shadows Dr.
746-9349; 800-794-5267
www.katahdinshadows.com
Nesowadnehunk Lake
Wilderness Campground
T4 R10; 458-1551/205-294-3188
Win: 746-0008
www.nesowadnehunk.com
New England Outdoor Center
1221 Medway Rd.
723-5438; 800-766-7238
www.neoc.com
Pine Grove Campground &
Cottages
822 Grindstone Rd.; 746-5172
www.pinegrovecampground
andcottages.com
Three Rivers Whitewater -
Millinocket
2265 US Rt. 201, Old Medway Rd.
723-3200; 877-UGO-RAFT (846-7238)
www.threeriversfun.com
Twin Pine Camps Cabins
Black Cat Rd., Millinocket Lake
723-5523; 800-766-7238
www.neoc.com
Newport
Christies Campground &
Cottages
83 Christies Camp Rd., Rt. 2
368-4645; 800-688-5141
www.christiescampground.com
Sebasticook Lake
Campground, 52 Tent Village Rd.
368-5047; Resv: 800-319-9333
www.mainervpark.com
Patten
Shin Pond Village
1489 Shin Pond Rd.; 528-2900
www.shinpond.com
Pittston Academy Grant
Twp.
Historic Pittston Farm
53 Pittston Farm Rd.; 280-0000
www.pittstonfarm.com
Ripogenus Dam
Frost Pond Camps
Frost Pond, T3 R11 Wels; 852-4700
www.frostpondcamps.com
Rockwood
Birches Resort/Wilderness
Expeditions
281 Birches Rd.; 534-7305/2242
800-825-WILD (9453)
www.birches.com
Moosehead Lake Vacation &
Sportsmen’s Association
Jackman Rd., Rt. 15
www.rockwoodonmoosehead.org
Seboomook
Seboomook Wilderness
Campground
Seboomook Rd.; 280-0555
www.seboomookwilderness
campground.us
Bangor
A Vacationland Inn
453 Wilson St.
989-5450; 800-990-1325
www.vacationlandinn.com
Antique Marketplace & Cafe
65 Main St.; 941-2111; 877-941-2111
www.antiquemarketplacecafe.com
Bangor Mall
663 Stillwater Ave.; 947-7333
www.bangormall.com
Bangor Marriott Courtyard
236 Sylvan Rd.
262-0070; 888-236-2427
www.marriott.com
Dysart’s
Exit 180 off I-95
942-4878; 800-333-4878
www.dysarts.com
Fireside Inn & Suites - Bangor
570 Main St.; 942-1234
www.firesideinnbangor.com
Four Points by Sheraton
Bangor Maine
308 Godfrey Blvd
947-6721; 800-228-4609
www.fourpointsbangorairport.com
Hilton Garden Inn Bangor
250 Haskell Rd.; 262-0099
www.bangor.hgi.com
Holiday Inn - Bangor
404 Odlin Rd.
947-0101; 800-914-0101
www.holidyinn.com/bangorme
Hollywood Slots Hotel &
Raceway, 500 Main St.
974-3485; 877-779-7771
www.hollywoodslots.com
Hotel Equities dba Days Inn
250 Odlin Rd.
942-8272; 800-329-7466
www.daysinn.com
Lucerne Inn
2517 Main Rd.
843-5123; 800-325-5123
www.lucerneinn.com
Ramada - Bangor
357 Odlin Rd.
947-6961; 800-445-7787
www.bangorramada.com
Sea Dog Ventures
26 Front St.; 947-8004
www.seadogbrewing.com
Travelodge
482 Odlin Rd.
942-6301; 800-578-7878
Brewer
Red Barn Campground
Rt. 1A E.; 843-6011
www.redbarnmaine.com
Greenville
Greenville Inn at Moosehead
Lake, 40 Norris St.
695-2206; 888-695-6000
www.greenvilleinn.com
Leisure Life Resort
33 Leisure Life Rd.
695-3737; 800-726-2302
www.leisureliferesort.com
Lodge at Moosehead Lake
368 Lily Bay Rd.
695-4400; 800-825-6977
www.lodgeatmooseheadlake.com
Hampden
Anglers Restaurant
91 Coldbrook Rd.; 862-2121
www.anglersrestaurant.net
Hermon
Pumpkin Patch RV Resort
149 Billings Rd.
848-2231; 866-644-2267
www.pumpkinpatchrv.com
Millinocket
Appalachian Trail Lodge & Cafe
33 Penobscot Ave.; 723-4321
www.appalachiantraillodge.com
Big Moose Inn, Cabins,
Campground & Restaurant
Baxter State Park Rd.
Millinocket Lake
723-8391; 877-666-7346
www.BigMooseCabins.com
New England Outdoor Center
1221 Medway Rd.
723-5438; 800-766-7238
www.neoc.com
Pelletier Loggers Family
Restaurant
57 Penobscot Ave.
723-6100; 800-690-9094
www.pelletierloggersfamily
restaurant.com
Three Rivers Whitewater -
Millinocket
2265 US Rt. 201, Old Medway Rd.
723-3200; 877-UGO-RAFT (846-7238)
www.threeriversfun.com
Twin Pine Camps Cabins
Black Cat Rd., Millinocket Lake
723-5523; 800-766-7238
www.neoc.com
Greenville
Beaver Cove Camps
648 Black Point Rd.
695-3717; 800-577-3717
www.beavercovecamps.com
Currier’s Flying Service
Pritham Ave.; 695-2778
www.curriersflyingservice.com
Moosehead Marine Museum
N. Main St.
695-2716; Win: 695-3639
www.katahdincruises.com
Northeast Guide Service
142 Moosehead Lake Rd.
888-484-3317
www.northeastguideservice.com
Northwoods Outfitters
5 Lily Bay Rd.
695-3288; 866-223-1380
www.maineoutfitter.com
Lincoln
Eagle Lodge and Camps
600 Folsom Pond Rd.; 794-2181
www.eaglelodgemaine.com
Millinocket
Maine-ly Photos Moose &
Photo Tour
353 Penobscot Ave.; 723-5465
www.mainelyphotos.com
Nahmakanta Lake Wilderness
Camps, T2 R11, Nahmakanta Lake
731-8888; 877-731-7888
www.nahmakanta.com
Nesowadnehunk Lake
Wilderness Campground
T4 R10; 458-1551/205-294-3188
Win: 746-0008
www.nesowadnehunk.com
New England Outdoor Center
1221 Medway Rd.
723-5438; 800-766-7238
www.neoc.com
Three Rivers Whitewater -
Millinocket
2265 US Rt. 201, Old Medway Rd.
723-3200; 877-UGO-RAFT (846-7238)
www.threeriversfun.com
Twin Pine Camps Cabins
Black Cat Rd., Millinocket Lake
723-5523; 800-766-7238
www.neoc.com
Patten
Bowlin Camps, T5 R8; 528-2022
www.bowlincamps.com
Camp Wapiti & Northbound
Adventure Company
Wapiti Rd.; 528-2485; 688-4024
www.campwapiti.com
Rockwood
Birches Resort/Wilderness
Expeditions
281 Birches Rd.; 534-7305/2242
800-825-WILD (9453)
www.birches.com
Tomhegan Wilderness Camps
Tomhegan Township
534-7712; www.tomhegan.com
Abbot
Maine House Home
Furnishings & Gifts
100 Main Rd.
877-MAINE-HS (877-624-6347)
www.mainehousefurniture.com
Bangor
Bangor Convention & Visitors
Bureau, 40 Harlow St.
947-5205; 800-91-MOOSE
www.visitbangormaine.com 186
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Bangor Daily News
491 Main St.
990-8295; 800-432-7964
www.bangordailynews.com
Bangor International Airport
287 Godfrey Blvd.
992-4600; 6-FLYBANGOR
www.flybangor.com
Bangor Mall
663 Stillwater Ave.; 947-7333
www.bangormall.com
Bangor Savings Bank
99 Franklin St.
942-5211; 877-BANGOR1
www.bangor.com
Downtown Bangor Partnership
73 Harlow St.; 992-4234
www.downtownbangor.com
Hannaford Supermarket
773 Stillwater Ave.; 947-6735
www.hannaford.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 653 Broadway St.
947-8338; RX: 947-3680
www.hannaford.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 1133 Union St.
Airport Mall; 942-0100
RX: 945-3772 ; www.hannaford.com
Hollywood Slots Hotel &
Raceway, 500 Main St.
974-3485; 877-779-7771
www.hollywoodslots.com
Husson University
1 College Circle
941-7100; 800-4HUSSON
www.husson.edu
Husson University-College
of Business-School of
Hospitality, Sport, and Tourism
Management
1 College Circle; 941-7171
www.husson.edu
New England School of
Communications
1 College Circle
941-7176; 888-877-1876
www.nescom.edu
SK Tours of Maine, LLC
25 Thomas Hill Rd.; 947-7193
www.sk-tours.com
The Maine Highlands
40 Harlow St.
947-5205; 800-91-MOOSE
www.themainehighlands.com
Town & Country Realtors
1162 Union St.
942-6711; 800-639-4905
www.town-countryrealtors.com
Webster Atlantic Corporation
One Cumberland Pl., Ste. 316
941-1300 x 13
www.bangormetro.com
Brewer
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 383 Wilson St.
989-2500; RX: 989-8290
www.hannaford.com
Dover-Foxcroft
Piscataquis Chamber of
Commerce,
1033 South St.; 564-7533
www.piscataquischamber.com
Greenville
Indian Hill Trading Post
148 Moosehead Lake Rd.
695-2104; 800-675-4487
www.indianhill.com
Moosehead Cedar Log Homes
441 Pritham Ave.
695-3730; 800-571-3296
www.mclh.net
Moosehead Lake Region
Chamber of Commerce
158 Moosehead Lake Rd.
695-2702; 888-876-2778
www.mooseheadlake.org
Hampden
Avalon Village
50 Foxgrove Dr.; 862-5100
800-950-0037; www.avalonvillage.com
Hampden North Visitor
Information Center
I-95 North Mile Marker 175
862-6628
Hampden South Visitor
Information Center
I-95 South Mile Marker 179
862-6638
Hermon
Hermon, Town of
333 Billings Rd.; 947-8595
www.hermon.net
Wilderness Realty, Inc.
1182 Odlin Rd.; 947-7957
www.wildernessrealty.com
Holden
Coastal Fine Art Alliance of
Maine
379 Levenseller Rd.
989-4655; www.seamaineart.com
Mid-Coast Fine Antiques of
Maine, 641 Main Rd.; 843-7449
www.mid-coast-antiques.com
Lincoln
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 22 Goding Ave.
794-6122; RX: 794-6513
www.hannaford.com
Lincoln Lakes Region
Chamber of Commerce
256 W. Broadway; 794-8065
www.lincolnmechamber.org
Millinocket
Friends of Baxter State Park
www.friendsofbaxter.org
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 843 Central Ave.
723-8047; RX: 723-8148
www.hannaford.com
Katahdin Area Chamber of
Commerce
1029 Central St.; 723-4443
www.katahdinmaine.com
Newburgh
For Sale - Piper Mountain
Christmas Trees
27 Trundy Rd.
234-4300; 800-434-4306
www.countryspicechristmas.com
Old Town
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 500 Stillwater Ave.
827-2700; RX: 827-3950
www.hannaford.com
Palmyra
Sebasticook Valley Chamber
of Commerce
1589 Main St., Rt. 2; 368-4698
www.ourchamber.org
West Enfield
Maine’s Northwoods Sporting
Journal
57 Old County Rd. N.; 732-4880
www.sportingjournal.com
Maine’s Lakes & Mountains
Andover
South Arm Campground
South Arm Rd.; 364-5155
www.southarm.com
Auburn
Fireside Inn & Suites
1777 Washington St.; 777-1777
www.firesideinnauburn.com
Hilton Garden Inn Auburn
RiverWatch
14 Great Falls Plaza
784-4433; 877-STAYHGI
www.auburnriverwatch.hgi.com
Bethel
Androscoggin Home Rentals/
Bethel Hill Bed and Breakfast
66 Broad St.
824-2461; Cell: 233-9192
www.bethelhill.com
Bethel Inn Resort
On The Common
824-2175; 800-654-0125
www.bethelinn.com
Bethel Outdoor Adventure and
Campground
121 Mayville Rd.
824-4224; 800-533-3607
www.BethelOutdoor
Adventure.com
Chapman Inn
1 Mill Hill Rd.
824-2657; 877-359-1498
www.chapmaninn.com
Littlefield Beaches Lakeside
Campground
13 Littlefield Ln.; 875-3290
www.littlefieldbeaches.com
River View Resort
357 Mayville Rd., Rt. 2
824-2808; 888-224-8413
www.riverviewresort.com
Slopeside Rentals at Sunday
River
162 Main St.; 824-2920
www.slopesiderentals.net
Sun Valley Sports and Guide
Service
129 Sunday River Rd.
824-7533; 877-851-7533
www.sunvalleysports.com
Bridgton
First & Last Motel
461 Portland Rd.
647-2200; 800-647-2256
Grady’s West Shore Motel
177 N. High St., Rt. 302; 803-2046
www.gradysmotel.synthasite.com
Highland Lake Resort
115 N. High St., Rt. 302
647-5301; 800-797-5301
www.highlandlakeresort.com
Lakeside Pines Campground
54 Lakeside Pines Rd.
647-3935; Win: 321-268-9523
www.lakesidepinescamping.com
Merryfield Cove Cottages
170 Highland Rd.; 647-2847
www.merryfieldcove.com
Noble House Inn
81 Highland Rd.
647-3733; 888-237-4880
www.noblehousebb.com
Pleasant Mountain Inn
Beaver Pond, Rt. 302
647-4505; 800-932-4505
www.pleasantmountaininn.
homestead.com
Pleasant View Vacation Home
off Knights Hill Rd.; 647-9578
www.pleasantvu.com
Pleasant View, Too
118 Sam Ingalls Rd.; 647-9578
www.pleasantview2.com
Shawnee Peak Ski Area
119 Mountain Rd.; 647-8444
www.shawneepeak.com
Tarry-A-While Resort
17 Tarry-A-While Rd.
647-2522; 800-451-9076
www.tarryawhileresort.com
Brownfield
Frost Mountain Yurts
34 Farnsworth Rd.; 935-3243
www.frostmountainyurts.com
Stone Mountain House
182 Main St.; 935-2817
www.edgeofmaine.com
Bryant Pond
Maine Houses
Lake Rd.; 846-9131; 800-646-8737
www.themainehouses.com
Mollyockett Motel & Swim Spa
1132 S. Main St.
674-2345; 888-569-8611
www.mollyockettmotel.com
Byron
Coos Canyon Campground &
Cabins
445 Swift River Rd.; 364-3880
www.cooscanyoncabins.com
Carrabassett Valley
Nestlewood Inn
3004 Town Line Rd. #5; 237-2077
www.nestlewoodinn.com
SUGARLOAF
5092 Access Rd.
237-6819; 800-THE-LOAF
www.sugarloaf.com
Casco
Pleasant Lake House Bed &
Breakfast
1024 Meadow Rd.; 627-6975
www.pleasantlakehouse.com
Point Sebago Resort
261 Point Sebago Rd., Rt. 302
655-3821/6055; 800-655-1232
www.pointsebago.com
Center Lovell
Pleasant Point Inn
159 Pleasant Point Rd.; 925-3008
www.pleasantpoint.com
Western Maine Lodging
Association
Rt. 5; 583-4445
www.westernmainelodging.com
Eustis
Tim Pond Wilderness Camps
Tim Pond, T2 R4
243-2947; Win: 897-4056
www.timpond.com
Fryeburg
Main Street Bed and
Breakfast, 660 Main St.
935-7171; 800-295-2806
www.mainstbandb.com
Olde Saco Inn
125 Old Saco Ln.; 925-3737
www.theoldesacoinn.com
Oxford House Inn
548 Main St.
935-3442; 800-261-7206
www.oxfordhouseinn.com
Hanover
Stony Brook Recreation
42 Powell Pl.; 824-2836
888-439-5625 x 0604
www.stonybrookrec.com
Harrison
Maine Lakeside Getaways
12 Hawk Ridge Rd.
647-4000; 866-647-8557
www.mainelakesidegetaways.com
Kingfield
Deer Farm Camps &
Campground
495 Tufts Pond Rd.
265-4599; Win: 265-2241
www.deerfarmcamps.com
Herbert Hotel
246 Main St.; 265-2000
www.herbertgrandhotel.com
Maine Huts & Trails
375 N. Main St.
265-2400; 877-634-8824
www.mainehuts.org
Three Stanley Avenue Bed &
Breakfast
One Stanley Ave.; 265-5541
www.stanleyavenue.com
Leeds
Angell Cove Cottages
198 Bishop Hill Rd.; 524-5041
www.angellcovecottages.com
Riverbend Campground
1540 Rt. 106; 524-5711
www.riverbendcampgroundmaine.com
Lewiston
Travel Inn Lewiston
1968 Lisbon St.; 784-5476
www.travelinnlewiston.com
Ware Street Inn
52 Ware St.
783-8171; 877-783-8171
www.warestreetinn.com
Naples
Augustus Bove House Bed
and Breakfast
11 Sebago Rd.
693-6365; 888-806-6249
www.naplesmaine.com
Colonial Mast Campground
1 Colonial Mast Rd.; 693-6652
www.colonialmast.com
Inn at Long Lake
15 Lake House Rd.
693-6226; 800-437-0328
www.innatlonglake.com
Lamb’s Mill Inn
131 Lamb’s Mill Rd.; 693-6253
www.lambsmillinn.com
Romah Motor Inn
310 Roosevelt Tr.; 693-6690
www.romahmotorinn.com
Newry
Ski Esta
24 Powder Ridge Rd.
610-925-4775
877-SKI-ESTA (754-3782)
www.skiesta.us
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Sebago
Round Table Lodge and
Cottages
763 Sebago Rd.; 787-2780
www.roundtablelodge.com
Sebago Lake Cottages
774 Sebago Rd., Rt. 114; 787-3211
www.sebagolakecottages.net
Sebago Lake
Jordan Rentals/ME Real
Estate Network
Rt. 114; 787-2442; 800-942-5547
www.jordanrentals.com
South Casco
Migis Lodge
Migis Lodge Rd.
655-4524; www.migis.com
South Hiram
Oak Hill Farm
14 Husky Haven; 625-7151
www.oakhillfarm.com
Standish
Acres of Wildlife Campground
60 Acres of Wildlife Rd.; 675-CAMP
www.acresofwildlife.com
Family & Friends Campground
140 Richville Rd.; 642-2200
www.familynfriends.com
Sebago Lake Family
Campground
1550 Richville Rd.; 787-3671
www.sebagolakecamping.com
Stoneham
Evergreen Inn & Villas
82 Mountain Rd.; 928-3300
www.evergreenEVTOA.com
Stratton
Spillover Motel
Rt. 27; 246-6571
Sumner
Morrill Farm Bed & Breakfast
85 Morrill Farm Rd.; 388-2059
www.morrillfarmbnb.com
Waterford
Button Cottages
354 Five Kezar Rd.
583-4282; Win: 603-654-9514
www.buttoncottages.com
Kedarburn Inn
18 Valley Rd.; 583-6182
www.kedarquilts.com
Papoose Pond Resort &
Campground
700 Norway Rd.; 583-4470
www.papoosepondresort.com
Waterford Inne
258 Chadbourne Rd.; 583-4037
www.waterfordinne.com
Wilton
Comfort Inn & Suites
1026 US Rt. 2 E.
645-5155; 800-723-5155
www.comfortinn.com/hotel-
wilton-maine-me056
Wilson Lake Inn
183 Lake Rd.
645-3721; 800-626-7463
www.wilsonlakeinn.com
Windham
Sebago Lake Lodge &
Cottages
White’s Bridge Rd.; 892-2698
www.sebagolakelodge.com
Andover
South Arm Campground
South Arm Rd.; 364-5155
www.southarm.com
Auburn
Poland Spring Campground
Rt. 26; 998-2151
www.polandspringcamp.com/
Bethel
Bethel Outdoor Adventure and
Campground
121 Mayville Rd.
824-4224; 800-533-3607
www.BethelOutdoorAdventure.com
Littlefield Beaches Lakeside
Campground
13 Littlefield Ln.; 875-3290
www.littlefieldbeaches.com
Bridgton
Lakeside Pines Campground
54 Lakeside Pines Rd.
647-3935; Win: 321-268-9523
www.lakesidepinescamping.com
Brownfield
Frost Mountain Yurts
34 Farnsworth Rd.; 935-3243
www.frostmountainyurts.com
River Run Canoe & Camping
191 Denmark Rd.; 452-2500
www.riverruncanoe.com
Shannons Saco River
Sanctuary
131 Denmark Rd., Rt. 160 N.
452-2274/926-3387
www.shannonscamping.com
Woodland Acres Campground
33 Woodland Acres Dr.; 935-2529
www.woodlandacres.com
Byron
Coos Canyon Campground &
Cabins
445 Swift River Rd.; 364-3880
www.cooscanyoncabins.com
Casco
Point Sebago Resort
261 Point Sebago Rd., Rt. 302
655-3821/6055; 800-655-1232
www.pointsebago.com
Hanover
Stony Brook Recreation
42 Powell Pl.
824-2836; 888-439-5625 x 0604
www.stonybrookrec.com
Harrison
Vacationland Campground
233 Vacationland Rd.; 583-4953
www.vacationlandcampground.com
Kingfield
Deer Farm Camps & Campground
495 Tufts Pond Rd.
265-4599; Win: 265-2241
www.deerfarmcamps.com
Leeds
Riverbend Campground
1540 Rt. 106; 524-5711
www.riverbendcampground
maine.com
Naples
Colonial Mast Campground
1 Colonial Mast Rd.; 693-6652
www.colonialmast.com
Four Seasons Camping Area
1741 Roosevelt Tr. Rt. 302
693-6797; www.fourseasons
campingarea.com
Loon’s Haven Family
Campground
Rt. 114; 693-6881
www.loonshaven.com
Poland
Range Pond Campground
94 Plains Rd.; 998-2624/4697
www.rangepondcamp.com
Rangeley
Cupsuptic Lake Park &
Campground
960 Wilson Mill Rd.; 864-5249
www.cupsupticcampground.com
Raymond
Kokatosi Campground
635 Webbs Mills Rd.
627-4642; 800-9CAMPIN
www.kokatosicampground.com
Standish
Acres of Wildlife Campground
60 Acres of Wildlife Rd.; 675-CAMP
www.acresofwildlife.com
Family & Friends Campground
140 Richville Rd.; 642-2200
www.familynfriends.com
Sebago Lake Family
Campground
1550 Richville Rd.; 787-3671
www.sebagolakecamping.com
Waterford
Papoose Pond Resort &
Campground
700 Norway Rd.; 583-4470
www.papoosepondresort.com
Auburn
Fireside Inn & Suites
1777 Washington St.; 777-1777
www.firesideinnauburn.com
Fox Ridge Golf Club
550 Penley Corner Rd.; 777-4653
www.foxridgegolfclub.com
Hilton Garden Inn Auburn
RiverWatch
14 Great Falls Plaza
784-4433; 877-STAYHGI
www.auburnriverwatch.hgi.com
Lost Valley
200 Lost Valley Rd.; 784-1561
www.lostvalleyski.com
Bethel
Bethel Inn Resort
On The Common
824-2175; 800-654-0125
www.bethelinn.com
Bridgton
Pleasant Mountain Inn
Beaver Pond, Rt. 302
647-4505; 800-932-4505
www.pleasantmountaininn.
homestead.com
Shawnee Peak Ski Area
119 Mountain Rd.; 647-8444
www.shawneepeak.com
Bryant Pond
Mollyockett Motel & Swim Spa
1132 S. Main St.
674-2345; 888-569-8611
www.mollyockettmotel.com
Carrabassett Valley
SUGARLOAF
5092 Access Rd.
237-6819; 800-THE-LOAF
www.sugarloaf.com
Casco
Point Sebago Resort
261 Point Sebago Rd., Rt. 302
655-3821/6055; 800-655-1232
www.pointsebago.com
Center Lovell
Pleasant Point Inn
159 Pleasant Point Rd.; 925-3008
www.pleasantpointinn.com
Fryeburg
Oxford House Inn
548 Main St.
935-3442; 800-261-7206
www.oxfordhouseinn.com 188
Sunday River Ski Resort
15 S. Ridge Rd.
824-3000; 800-543-2SKI (2754)
www.sundayriver.com
Wight Enterprises, LLC
6 Red House Dr.; 824-0488
www.wightsmainecottages.com
Norway
Hillside Cottages
279 Harrison Rd.
744-0110; 888-943-0110
www.hillsidecottages.com
Oquossoc
Mountain View Cottages
Rt. 17; 864-3416
www.mountainviewcottages.com
Oxford
Carter’s Farm XC Ski Shop &
Ski Center
Rt. 26; 539-4848
www.cartersxcski.com
Poland
Poland Mining Camps
34 Groves Ln. ; 998-2350
www.polandminingcamps.com
Poland Spring
Poland Spring Inn & Resort
22 Robbins Way
998-4351; 866-998-4355
www.polandspringresort.com
Wolf Cove Inn Lakeside Bed &
Breakfast
5 Jordan Shore Dr.; 998-4976
www.wolfcoveinn.com
Rangeley
Dockside Sports Center
2556 Main St.; 864-2424
www.samosetfourseasons.com
Grants Kennebago Lake Camps
Kennebago River Rd. W.
864-3608; 800-633-4815
www.grantscamps.com
Hunter Cove on Rangeley Lake
33 Hunter Cove Rd.; 864-3383
www.huntercove.com
Lyons Lakeside Cabins
5 Lyons Ln.; 864-5899
www.lyonslakeside.com
Niboban Camps
747 South Shore Dr.; 864-2549
www.niboban.com
North Camps
N. Camp Rd.; 864-2247
www.campstorent.com/
northcamps/north.htm
Rangeley Inn & Motor Lodge
2443 Main St.
864-3341; 800-666-3687
www.rangeleyinn.com
Saddleback Maine
976 Saddleback Rd.
864-5671; 866-918-2225
www.saddlebackmaine.com
Sam-o-Set Four Seasons
S. Shore Dr.; 864-5137
www.samosetfourseasons.com
Wilhelm Reich Museum
Dodge Pond Rd.; 864-3443
www.wilhelmreichtrust.org
Raymond
Camp Timanous
85 Plains Rd.; 655-4569
www.campt.com
Krainin Real Estate, Cottage
Rentals
1539 Roosevelt Tr.
655-3811; 800-639-2321
www.krainin.com
Wind-In-Pines
36 Wind in Pines Rd.
655-4642; www.wind-in-pines.com
Kingfield
Maine Huts & Trails
375 N. Main St.
265-2400; 877-634-8824
www.mainehuts.org
Leeds
Springbrook Golf Club
141 US Hwy. 202; 946-5900
www.springbrookgolfclub.com
Mechanic Falls
Harvest Hill Farms
125 Pigeon Hill Rd., Rt. 26
998-5485; www.harvesthillfarms.com
Newry
Sunday River Ski Resort
15 S. Ridge Rd.
824-3000; 800-543-2SKI (2754)
www.sundayriver.com
Poland
Cyndi’s Dockside
723 Maine St.; 998-5008
www.dockside.me
Poland Spring
Poland Spring Inn & Resort
22 Robbins Way
998-4351; 866-998-4355
www.polandspringresort.com
Rangeley
Rangeley Inn & Motor Lodge
2443 Main St.
864-3341; 800-666-3687
www.rangeleyinn.com
Saddleback Maine
976 Saddleback Rd.
864-5671; 866-918-2225
www.saddlebackmaine.com
South Casco
Migis Lodge
Migis Lodge Rd.
655-4524; www.migis.com
Bethel
Bethel Historical Society
10-14 Broad St.
824-2908; 800-824-2910
www.bethelhistorical.org
Mt. Mann Jewelers
57 Main St.; 824-3030
www.mtmann.com
Bridgton
Gallery 302 - Bridgton Art Guild
112 Main St.; 647-2787
www.gallery302.com
Rufus Porter Museum
67 N. High St.; 647-2828
www.rufusportermuseum.org
Brownfield
Stone Mountain House
182 Main St.; 935-2817
www.edgeofmaine.com
Center Lovell
Harvest Gold Gallery
1082 Main St., Rt. 5; 925-6502
www.harvestgoldgallery.com
Dixfield
Skye Theatre Performing Arts
Center
2 Highland Dr.; 562-4445
www.necelticarts.com
Farmington
Nordica Memorial
Association
116 Nordica Ln., Holley Rd.
778-2042
SugarWood Gallery
248 Broadway; 778-9105
www.sugarwoodgallery.com
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Harrison
Scribner’s 1847 Sawmill
Museum
244 Scribner Mill Rd.; 583-6455
www.scribnersmill.org
Kingfield
Kingfield Pops
265-7677; www.kingfieldpops.com
Ski Museum of Maine
256 Main St.; 491-5481
www.skimuseumofmaine.org
Stanley Museum
40 School St.; 265-2729
www.stanleymuseum.org
Lewiston
Museum L-A
35 Canal St. - Bates Mill Complex
333-3881; www.museumla.org
Public Theatre
31 Maple St.; 782-3200
www.thepublictheatre.org
Lisbon Falls
Maine Art Glass Studio
51 Main St.
353-6700; 888-781-6700
www.maineartglass.com
Livermore
Washburn-Norlands Living
History Center
290 Norlands Rd.; 897-4366
www.norlands.org
New Gloucester
Shaker Museum
707 Shaker Rd., Rt. 26; 926-4597
www.shaker.lib.me.us
New Portland
Nowetah’s American Indian
Museum & Store
2 Colegrove Rd.; 628-4981
www.nowetahs.webs.com
Phillips
New Sandy River & Rangeley
Lakes Railroad
128 Bridge St.; 639-2380
www.srrl-rr.org
Poland Spring
Poland Spring Preservation
Society
37 Preservation Way; 998-4142
www.polandspringps.org
Rangeley
Wilhelm Reich Museum
Dodge Pond Rd.; 864-3443
www.wilhelmreichtrust.org
Windham
Calico Basket Quilt Shop
31 Page Rd.; 892-5606
www.calicobasketquiltshop.com
Andover
South Arm Campground
South Arm Rd.; 364-5155
www.southarm.com
Auburn
Fox Ridge Golf Club
550 Penley Corner Rd.
777-4653
www.foxridgegolfclub.com
Lost Valley
200 Lost Valley Rd.; 784-1561
www.lostvalleyski.com
Baldwin
Cairn Leadership School
710 Pequawket Tr.
625-2343; 888-502-2008
www.cairnleadershipschool.com
Bethel
Bethel Inn Resort
On The Common
824-2175; 800-654-0125
www.bethelinn.com
Bethel Outdoor Adventure and
Campground
121 Mayville Rd.
824-4224; 800-533-3607
www.BethelOutdoorAdventure.com
Sun Valley Sports and Guide
Service
129 Sunday River Rd.
824-7533; 877-851-7533
www.sunvalleysports.com
Upper Andro Anglers Alliance
824-3694; www.upperandro.com
Bridgton
Bridgton Highlands Country Club
379 Highland Rd.; 647-3491
www.bridgtonhighlands.com
Highland Lake Resort
115 N. High St., Rt. 302
647-5301; 800-797-5301
www.highlandlakeresort.com
Shawnee Peak Ski Area
119 Mountain Rd.; 647-8444
www.shawneepeak.com
Brownfield
Woodland Acres Campground
33 Woodland Acres Dr.; 935-2529
www.woodlandacres.com
Carrabassett Valley
SUGARLOAF
5092 Access Rd.
237-6819; 800-THE-LOAF
www.sugarloaf.com
Casco
Point Sebago Resort
261 Point Sebago Rd., Rt. 302
655-3821/6055; 800-655-1232
www.pointsebago.com
Fryeburg
Saco River Canoe & Kayak
1009 Main St.
935-2369; 888-772-6573
www.sacorivercanoe.com
Kingfield
Maine Huts & Trails
375 N. Main St.
265-2400; 877-634-8824
www.mainehuts.org
Leeds
Springbrook Golf Club
141 US Hwy. 202; 946-5900
www.springbrookgolfclub.com
Livermore
Washburn-Norlands Living
History Center
290 Norlands Rd.; 897-4366
www.norlands.org
Lovell
Lake Kezar Country Club
Rt. 5; 925-2462
www.lakekezargolf.com
Mechanic Falls
Harvest Hill Farms
125 Pigeon Hill Rd., Rt. 26
998-5485; www.harvesthillfarms.com
Naples
Causeway Marina
780 Roosevelt Tr.; 693-6832
www.causewaymarina.com
Songo River Queen II
841 Roosevelt Tr.; 693-6861
www.songoriverqueen.net
Newry
Sunday River Ski Resort
15 S. Ridge Rd.
824-3000; 800-543-2SKI (2754)
www.sundayriver.com
Oquossoc
Mountain View Cottages
Rt. 17; 864-3416
www.mountainviewcottages.com
Oxford
Carter’s Farm XC Ski Shop &
Ski Center
Rt. 26; 539-4848
www.cartersxcski.com
Poland Spring
Poland Spring Inn & Resort
22 Robbins Way
998-4351; 866-998-4355
www.polandspringresort.com
Rangeley
Dockside Sports Center
2556 Main St.; 864-2424
www.samosetfourseasons.com
North Camps
N. Camp Rd.; 864-2247
www.campstorent.com/
northcamps/north.htm
Saddleback Maine
976 Saddleback Rd.
864-5671; 866-918-2225
www.saddlebackmaine.com
Sam-o-Set Four Seasons
S. Shore Dr.; 864-5137
www.samosetfourseasons.com
Sumner
Morrill Farm Bed & Breakfast
85 Morrill Farm Rd.; 388-2059
www.morrillfarmbnb.com
Windham
Sebago Lake Lodge &
Cottages
White’s Bridge Rd.; 892-2698
www.sebagolakelodge.com
Auburn
Austin Associates, PA, CPAs
Two Great Falls Plaza; 783-9111
800-605-9263 (Maine Only)
www.austinpa.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
95 Spring St.
784-6497; RX: 783-0661
www.hannaford.com
Maine’s Lakes & Mountains
Tourism Council
125 Manley Rd.
783-9186; 888-688-0099
www.mainelakesandmountains.com
Baldwin
Cairn Leadership School
710 Pequawket Tr.
625-2343; 888-502-2008
www.cairnleadershipschool.com
Bethel
Bethel Area Chamber of
Commerce, 8 Station Pl.
824-2282; 800-442-5826
www.bethelmaine.com
Mt. Mann Jewelers
57 Main St.; 824-3030
www.mtmann.com
Upper Andro Anglers Alliance
824-3694; www.upperandro.com
Bridgton
Greater Bridgton Lakes
Region Chamber of Commerce
101 Portland Rd.; 647-3472
www.mainelakeschamber.com
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
109 Portland Rd.
647-2015; RX: 647-5795
www.hannaford.com
Carrabassett Valley
Carrabassett Valley, Town of
1001 Carriage Rd.; 235-2646/2645
www.carrabassettvalley.org
Center Lovell
Western Maine Lodging
Association
Rt. 5; 583-4445
www.westernmainelodging.com
Eustis
Flagstaff Area Business
Association
670-0808; www.eustismaine.com
Farmington
Franklin County Chamber of
Commerce
248 Wilton Rd.; 778-4215
www.franklincountymaine.org
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
131 Hannaford Dr., Ste. 1
778-0434; RX: 778-0644
www.hannaford.com
Mainestone Jewelry
179 Broadway; 778-6560
www.mainestonejewelry.com
University of Maine
Farmington
117 South St.; 778-7548
www.farmington.edu
W. A. Mitchell Fine Furniture
714 Wilton Rd.
778-5212; 877-499-8163
www.wamitchell.com
Fryeburg
Fryeburg Academy
745 Maine St.; 935-2001 x 3134
www.fryeburgacademy.org
Fryeburg Fair
1154 Main St.; 935-3268
www.fryeburgfair.org
Fryeburg Visitor Information
Center
97 Main St.; 935-3639
Northeast Snowmobile
Rentals, 532 Main St.
935-1220; 800-458-1838
www.northeastsnowmobile.com
REMAX Country Living
235 Bridgton Rd., Unit 1
935-2215; 800-933-2215
www.mainecountryliving.com
Gray
Barn on 26
361 Shaker Rd.; 657-3470
www.barnon26.com
Hebron
Hebron Academy
Rt. 119; 966-2100; 888-432-7664
www.hebronacademy.org
Jay
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 15 Jay Plaza Ln.
897-4376; RX: 897-7033
www.hannaford.com
Kingfield
Carrabassett Coffee Company
N. Main St.
265-2326; 888-292-2326
www.carrabassettcoffee.com
Original Irregular
239 Main St. #1; 265-2773
www.theirregular.com
Lewiston
Androscoggin County
Chamber of Commerce
415 Lisbon St.; 783-2249
www.androscoggincounty.com
Bates College
141 Nichols St.; 786-6330/6255
www.bates.edu
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 692 Sabattus St.
784-0721; RX: 786-0122
www.hannaford.com
Marden’s Surplus & Salvage
17 Locust St.; 784-9774
www.mardenssurplus.com
Sun Media Group
104 Park St; 689-2903
Naples
Causeway Marina
780 Roosevelt Tr.; 693-6832
www.causewaymarina.com
New Gloucester
C. H. Becksvoort
186 Durham Rd; 926-4608
www.chbecksvoort.com
Newry
Newry, Town of
422 Bear River Rd.; 824-3123/4817
www.newrymaine.com
North Windham
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy
797 Roosevelt Tr., Windham Mall
892-2532; RX: 892-8571
www.hannaford.com
Norway
Norway Downtown
445 Main St., 2nd Flr.; 743-2714
www.norwaydowntown.org
West Coast Maine Magazine
272 Pikes Hill; 743-8616
www.westcoastmaine.com
Oxford
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 1603 Main St.
743-2522; RX: 743-7982
www.hannaford.com
Paris
Hungry Hollow Country Store
28 Bethel Rd., Rt. 26; 674-3012
Poland
Maine Sunshine Inc.
713-7533; 800-948-4337
www.gotravelmaine.com
Poland Mining Camps
34 Groves Ln.; 998-2350
www.polandminingcamps.com
Rangeley
Camp Do What You Wanna
2419 Maine St.; 864-3000
www.campdowhatyouwanna.com
Rangeley Lakes Region
Chamber of Commerce
6 Park Rd.
864-5364; 800-MTLAKES
www.rangeleymaine.com
Rumford
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 520 Waldo St.
364-3771; RX: 369-0529
www.hannaford.com
River Valley Chamber of
Commerce
10 Bridge St.; 364-3241
www.rivervalleychamber.com
South Paris
Oxford Hills Chamber of
Commerce
4 Western Ave.; 743-2281
www.oxfordhillsmaine.com
Standish
Hannaford Supermarket &
Pharmacy, 71 Colonial Dr.
642-5533; RX: 642-5544
www.hannaford.com
St. Joseph’s College
278 Whites Bridge Rd.
893-7743; 800-338-7057
www.sjcme.edu
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Standish, Town of
175 Northeast Rd.; 642-4659
www.standish.org
Turner
Turner Publishing
1 Fern St.; 225-2076; 800-400-4076
www.turnerpublishing.net
Waterford
Birch Rock Camp for Boys
293 McWain Hill Rd.
583-4478
Win: 741-2930
www.birchrock.org
Wilton
Collectors Delight
615 US Rt. 2 E
645-5012
Hayden Brothers Company
410 US Rt. 2 E.
645-2731
Windham
Maine Cedar Log Homes
33 Main St., Rt. 202
892-8561
800-HAS-LOGS (427-5647)
www.mainecedarloghomes.com
Sebago Lakes Region
Chamber of Commerce
816 Roosevelt Tr.; 892-8265
www.sebagolakeschamber.com
Woodstock
Maine Mineral Adventures
148 S. Main St.; 674-3440
www.digmainegems.com
Out of State
InnLink
615-264-8080; 800-525-4658
www.innlink.com
RoomSaver/Travel Media
Group, 888-896-8434
www.roomsaver.com
McAdam Railway Station/
Historical Restoration
Commission, 506-784-3101
www.mcadamstation.ca
Roosevelt Campobello
International Park
506-752-2922; 877-851-6663
www.fdr.net
Cruise Lines International
Assoc., Inc.
754-224-2200
www.cruising.org
Roosevelt Campobello
International Park
506-752-2922; 877-851-6663
www.fdr.net
Best Read Guide
603-651-7477
www.bestreadguideme.com
Big Brown Books/Harbor
Guide Magazine
603-436-7942 x 116
Campobello Tourism
Association
506-752-2529
www.campobelloislandtourism.com
CTM Media Group, Inc.
603-753-8172; www.ctmbd.com
Eastern States Exposition
413-737-2443; 800-334-2443
www.TheBigE.com
Getaways On Display, Inc.
717-653-8070; 800-320-2512
www.GetawaysOnDisplay.com
Here’s Where, Inc.
603-964-4033
www.hereswhereinc.com
Market America
256-413-7067
www.travelcoupons.com
Points East Magazine
888-778-5790; www.pointseast.com
Transcontinental Printing
902-457-7468
www.transcontinental-
printing.com
Yarmouth International Airport
Corporation
902-742-6484
www.yarmouthairport.ca
Statewide
Maine Farm Vacation Bed and
Breakfast Association
622-0655
www.mainefarmvacation.com
Maine Innkeepers
Association
865-6100; www.maineinns.com
Maine Sporting Camp
Association, 852-4700
www.mainesportingcamps.com
Maine Vacation Rentals
695-4300
www.maine-vacationrentals.com
Maine Youth Camping
Foundation
518-9557; 800-518-5595
www.mainecamps.org
Bureau of Parks & Lands,
Maine Dept. of Conservation
287-3821; www.maine.gov/portal/
visiting/outdoor.html
Maine Campground Owners
Association
782-5874; www.campmaine.com
Maine Restaurant Association
623-2178; www.mainerestaurant.com
Portland Dine Around Club
775-4711; 877-732-2582
www.dineportland.com
Bureau of Parks & Lands,
Maine Dept. of Conservation
287-3821; www.maine.gov/portal/
visiting/outdoor.html
Maine Crafts Guild
www.mainecraftsguild.com
Maine Fiberarts
721-0678; www.mainefiberarts.org
Maine Gallery Guide, Inc.
843-6749; 888-482-4405
www.mainegalleryguide.com
New England Crafts
Connoisseur
617-288-1201; www.ne-crafts.com
Pine Tree Quilters Guild
577-3879; www.mainequilts.org
United Maine Craftsmen
621-2818
www.unitedmainecraftsmen.com
Bicycle Coalition of Maine
623-4511; www.bikemaine.org
Bureau of Parks & Lands,
Maine Dept. of Conservation
287-3821; www.maine.gov/portal/
visiting/outdoor.html
Golf Maine Association
877-553-4653; www.golfme.com
Maine Association of
Charterboat Captains
882-8392/841-7973
www.mainechartercaptains.org
Maine Association of Sea
Kayak Guides & Instructors
865-0455
wwww.maineseakayakguides.com
Maine Department of
Agriculture
287-3491; www.getrealmaine.com
Maine Department of Inland
Fisheries and Wildlife
287-8000; www.mefishwildlife.com
Maine Organic Farmers &
Gardeners Association
568-4142; www.mofga.org
Maine Port Authority/Cruise
Maine
310-0998; www.cruisemaineusa.com
Maine Professional Guides
Association
www.maineguides.org
Maine Snowmobile
Association
622-6983; www.mesnow.com
Maine Sporting Camp
Association, 852-4700
www.mainesportingcamps.com
Maine State Golf Association
829-3549; www.mesga.org
Maine Windjammer
Association
374-2993; 800-807-WIND
www.sailmainecoast.com
Northern Forest Canoe Trail
802-496-2285
www.northernforestcanoetrail.org
Ski Maine Association
773-SNOW (7669); www.skimaine.com
Acreage John C. Cochrane
942-4941; www.land-usa.com
American Park Network
212-581-3380; 800-470-7599
www.americanparknetwork.com
Antique Homes Magazine
508-476-7271
www.antiquehomesmagazine.com
Bicycle Coalition of Maine
623-4511; www.bikemaine.org
Concord Coach Lines
828-1151/603-228-3300
800-639-3317
www.concordcoachlines.com
Fairpoint Communications
535-4170; 800-400-5568
www.fairpoint.com
Golf Maine Association
877-553-4653; www.golfme.com
Hannaford Brothers
885-2935; 800-213-9000/9040
www.hannaford.com
Maine Antiquarian
Booksellers Association
877-2484
www.mainebooksellers.org
Maine Antique Dealers
Association
443-8812/603-502-0191
www.maineantiques.org
Maine Association of
Agricultural Fairs
314-8042; www.mainefairs.org
Maine Association of
Charterboat Captains
882-8392/841-7973
www.mainechartercaptains.org
Maine Association of Sea
Kayak Guides & Instructors
865-0455
www.maineseakayakguides.com
Maine Brewers’ Guild
772-BREW(2739)
www.mainebrewersguild.org
Maine Campground Owners
Association
782-5874; www.campmaine.com
Maine Crafts Guild
www.mainecraftsguild.com
Maine Detours
435-2520; www.mainedetours.com
Maine Energy Marketers
Association
729-5298; 888-863-3753
www.maineenergymarketers.com
Maine Farm Vacation Bed and
Breakfast Association
622-0655
www.mainefarmvacation.com
Maine Fiberarts
721-0678; www.mainefiberarts.org
Maine Gallery Guide, Inc.
843-6749; 888-482-4405
www.mainegalleryguide.com
Maine Innkeepers
Association
865-6100; www.maineinns.com
Maine Organic Farmers &
Gardeners Association
568-4142; www.mofga.org
Maine Port Authority/Cruise
Maine
310-0998
www.cruisemaineusa.com
Maine Professional Guides
Association
www.maineguides.org
Maine Public Broadcasting
Network
783-9101; 800-884-1717
www.mpbn.net
Maine Restaurant Association
623-2178; www.mainerestaurant.com
Maine Snowmobile
Association
622-6983; www.mesnow.com
Maine Sporting Camp
Association, 852-4700
www.mainesportingcamps.com
Maine State Chamber of
Commerce
623-4568; www.mainechamber.org
Maine State Golf Association
829-3549; www.mesga.org
Maine State Pomological
Society
933-2100; 442-8486
www.maineapples.org
Maine Turnpike Authority
871-7771 x 117; 877-682-9433
www.maineturnpike.com
Maine Vacation Rentals
695-4300
www.maine-vacationrentals.com
Maine Windjammer
Association
374-2993; 800-807-WIND
www.sailmainecoast.com
Maine Youth Camping
Foundation
518-9557; 800-518-5595
www.mainecamps.org
Northeast Charter & Tour Co.
784-3159; 888-593-6328
www.northeastchartertour.com
Northern Forest Canoe Trail
802-496-2285
www.northernforestcanoetrail.org
Portland Dine Around Club
775-4711; 877-732-2582
www.dineportland.com
Ski Maine Association
773-SNOW (7669)
www.skimaine.com
Suburban Publishing
Corporation
978-532-5880; 800-221-2078
www.suburbanrealestatenews.com
United Maine Craftsmen
621-2818
www.unitedmainecraftsmen.com
Village Candle Internet Sales
725-9223; 800-551-1422
www.villagecandle.com
VisitNewEngland.Com
401-921-3000; www.visit-maine.com
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Index to
Advertisers
Beauport Inn ..............................86
Beaver Cove Camps ................110
Belfast Area Chamber .............155
Bellevue by the Sea ............78, 90
Beloin’s Oceanfront Motel &
Cottages ...............................152
Best Western Acadia
Park Inn.................................119
Best Western Merry
Manor Inn ...............................64
Best Western White
House Inn .............................112
Bethel Area Chamber ................57
Bethel Inn Resort, The...............57
Birchwood Motel.....................152
Black Bear Inn Conference
Center & Suites ....................112
Blue Heron Seaside Inn...........147
Blue Hill Inn, The .....................125
Blue Water Inn Beach
House & Restaurant ...............80
Bluebird Motel ........................129
BlueJacket Ship Crafters ........155
Bluenose Inn –
Bar Harbor Hotel ..................124
Boothbay Country Club............147
Boothbay Harbor Inn ...............149
Boothbay Harbor Region
Chamber .......................146–149
Boothbay Railway Village .......148
Bowdoin College .....................142
Bowdoin International Music
Festival .................................142
Brooklin Inn, The .....................125
Brown Goldsmiths .....................69
Brown’s Wharf Restaurant
Motel Marina .......................147
C
Camp Do What
You Wanna .......................59, 60
Canterbury Cottage .................120
Captain Sawyer’s Place ...........148
Caribou Area Chamber
of Commerce ................102, 103
Caribou Inn & Convention
Center ...................................103
Carriage House Motel,
Cottages & Suites ..................88
Casco Bay Lines ........................65
Castine Cottages .....................125
Castine Sea Kayak
Adventures ...........................125
Castle Tucker ...........................142
Castlemaine Inn ......................120
Cedar Crest Inn........................154
Central Aroostook Chamber
of Commerce ........................102
Chalet Moosehead ..................110
Chapman Inn B&B, The .............57
ChelTed Gallery Design
Studio ...........................152, 153
Chiltern Inn ..............................121
Christmas Prelude -
Kennebunkport .......................91
Cliff House Resort &
Spa, The .................................77
Coach Stop Inn ........................121
Coachman Inn............................78
Coastal Cottages &
Efficiencies .............................90
Coastal Maine Botanical
Gardens ................................146
Collier House B&B, The...........121
Colonial Gables .......................155
Colonial Inn, The .................80, 86
Colonial Mast Family
Camping .................................55
Colonial Village Resort ........80, 86
Colony Hotel ..............................91
Comfort Inn – Brunswick.........143
Comfort Inn – Ellsworth ..........127
Comfort Inn Ocean’s Edge .......155
Comfort Inn & Suites -
Farmington/Wilton .................54
Concord Coach Lines .................23
Cook’s Lobster House ..............144
Cottage Connection.................148
Cottages at Cabot Cove, The ....97
Cottages at Summer
Village, The ............................80
Country Club Inn ........................59
Country Inn At Camden/
Rockport, The .......................154
Country Inn at the Mall ...........112
Cozy Moose Lakeside
Cottage/Cabins/Lodge .........110
Cromwell Harbor Motel ..........121
Cutty Sark Motel .......................77
D
Deep In the Woods
Gift Shop ..............................102
Dockside Guest Quarters ..........79
DoubleTree by Hilton .................68
Down-East Village .....................70
DownEast & Acadia
Regional Tourism ..................116
Downeast Scenic Railroad ......126
Dunes on the
Waterfront, The ......................82
E
Eagle’s Lodge Motel ................126
Earrings & Company..................69
5 Lakes Lodge..........................109
A
A Morning in Maine ................153
Acadia Air Tours ..........................1
Acadia Inn ...............................118
Acadia Sunrise Motel .............126
Acadia View B&B ....................128
Acadia’s Winter Harbor Inn .....128
Acadian Seaplanes .............59, 60
Aland Realty Group, The ...........80
Alden Camps ...........................134
Alouette Beach Resort ..............93
Alyssas Motel ...........................55
Americas Best Value Inn ...........23
Amtrak Downeaster ..................66
Anchorage by the Sea ...............83
Anchorage Inn ...........................75
Aroostook County
Tourism .........................102–103
Aspinquid at
Norseman Resort ...................85
Atlantic Birches Inn, The ...........94
Atlantic Eyrie Lodge ................121
Atlantic Oceanfront Motel ........29
Atlantic Oceanside Hotel and
Conference Center ...............119
Augustus Bove House B&B .......55
Aurora Inn & Motel .................119
Autumn Gold Days ..................126
B
B.C. Burke’s Fine Jewelry ........125
Bailey Island Motel .................142
Bald Mountain Camps Resort ...59
Balmy Days Cruises.................147
Bangor International Airport .....12
Bar Harbor Camping Resorts...120
Bar Harbor Chamber........117–122
Bar Harbor Grand Hotel...........118
Bar Harbor Inn & Spa ..............118
Bar Harbor Manor ...................120
Bar Harbor Motel ....................120
Bar Harbor Music Festival.......120
Bar Harbor Quality Inn.............119
Bartlett Maine Estate
Winery ..................................128
Bay Chamber Concerts ............152
Bay Meadow Cottages............120
Bay Views B&B .......................129
Bayley’s Camping Resort ...........92
Bayview Oceanfront Hotel &
Townhouses, The .................121
Beach Walk Oceanfront Inn ......93
Beaches Motel and
Cottages, The ...................80, 88
Beachmere Inn, The ..................82
East Penobscot Bay Region.....125
East Wind Inn ..........................153
Eastland Motel ........................129
Edgecomb Potters .....................70
Ellsworth Area
Chamber .......................126–127
Elsa’s Inn on the Harbor ..........128
Emery’s Cottages on
the Shore ..............................121
Evergreen Lodge at
Moosehead ..........................111
F
Fairfield Inn & Suites
Marriott - Brunswick ............144
Farnsworth Art Museum .........150
Fireside Inn & Suites -
Auburn ....................................54
Fireside Inn & Suites -
Bangor ..................................112
Fireside Inn & Suites –
Portland ..................................64
Fish River Lodge ......................103
Fisherman’s Wharf Inn ............148
Flagship Inn & Suites ..............148
Fontenay Terrace Motel ............33
Fort Fairfield Chamber
of Commerce ........................102
Fort Kent Chamber of
Commerce ............................102
Franciscan Guest House............91
Freeport USA .....................Cover 4
Friendship Oceanfront
Suites .....................................94
G
Garnsey Bros. Rentals ...............90
Gateway Recreation
& Lodging .............................134
Glen Cove Inn and Suites ........150
Golf Maine ................................47
Gorges Grant Hotel ...................81
Gorman Chairback Lodge
& Cabins ...............................111
Gosnold Arms ..........................140
Grand Harbor Inn .....................152
Grande Hotel & Spa ..................97
Gray Homestead Oceanfront...149
Graycote Inn ............................121
Greater Bangor Convention
& Visitors Bureau .................112
Greater Houlton Chamber
of Commerce ........................102
Greater Portland Convention
& Visitors Bureau .............64–69
Greater Van Buren Chamber
of Commerce ........................102
Greater York Region
Chamber ...........................75–79
Greenville Inn at
Moosehead Lake ..................111
H
Hadley’s Point
Campground .........................121
Hallowell Area Board
of Trade ................................134
Hampton Inn - Ellsworth .........127
Hampton Inn - Presque Isle .....103
Hampton Inn & Suites -
Thomaston............................151
Harbor Fish Market ...................66
Harbor House Inn B&B ............146
Harborage Inn on the
Oceanfront, The....................146
Harborfields Waterfront
Cottages ...............................147
Harbour Towne Inn ..................148
Hardy Boat Cruises..................153
Harraseeket Inn .........................69
Hartwell House Inn ...................80
Harvest on the Harbor –
Portland ..................................68
Helen’s Restaurant ..................129
Hidden Pond Kennebunkport.....96
Highland Green .......................143
Highlands, The ........................143
Hilton Garden Inn -
Freeport ..................................69
Hilton Garden Inn -
Portland Jetport .....................66
Hiram Blake Camp...................125
Historic Inns of Rockland ........150
Historic McCurdy’s
Smokehouse .........................129
Holbrook House .......................120
Holiday Inn - Bangor................112
Holiday Inn - Portland
By the Bay ..............................67
Hollywood Slots Hotel
& Raceway ...........................112
I
Indian Hill Trading Post/
Supermarket .........................110
Inn at Brunswick Station, The ...143
Inn at Ferry Landing, The.........125
Inn on the Harbor ....................125
InnSeason Resorts
The Falls at Ogunquit .............82
Island Inn .................................153
Isle au Haut Boat Services ......125
Ivy Manor ................................122
192
Maine Huts & Trails ..................56
Maine Innkeepers
Association.............................45
Maine Lobster Festival............154
Maine Maritime Museum .......142
Maine Mineral &
Gem Museum .........................57
Maine Outdoors ........................38
Maine Real Estate Network/
Jordan Rentals .......................55
Maine Restaurant
Association.............................41
Maine State Aquarium............148
Maine State Music Theatre ....142
Maine Tourism
Association.......................39, 47
Maine Wilderness Lodges ......111
Maine Windjammer
Association...........................151
Maine’s Lakes & Mountains
Tourism Council ......................54
Mainely Photos .......................109
Manor House Inn.....................122
Marden’s Surplus & Salvage ....43
Mariner Resort, The ....................5
Meadowmere Resort, The ........87
Mid-Coast Chamber Council ...141
Midway Motel...........................88
Milestone, The ..........................81
Mingo Springs Golf Club ...........59
Mink Fine Properties .................86
Mira Monte Inn & Suites ........121
Misty Harbor Resort ..................33
Monhegan Boat Line ...............153
Monica’s Chocolates ...............129
Monkey Trunks ..........................92
Moosehead Family
Campground .........................110
Moosehead Lake Region
Chamber .......................110–111
Morning Dove B&B ...................82
Morton & Furbish
Vacation Rentals ..............59, 60
Morton Real Estate .................142
Mount Battie Motel ................154
Mountain View Cottages
& Guide Service ...............59, 60
N
Nahmakanta Lake
Wilderness Camps ...............110
Navigator Motor Inn................154
Nellie Littlefield House B&B .....86
Neptune Inn On the Beach ........80
New England
Outdoor Center .....................109
Nonantum Resort, The ..............13
Normandie Motor Inn
& Apts. ...................................93
Norseman Resort ......................85
North Country Wind Bells .......140
North Maine Woods ...............103
Northern Door Inn ...................103
Northern Outdoors ............Cover 3
Northwoods Camp Rentals .....111
O
Ocean Dunes .............................90
Ocean Gate Resort ..................146
Ocean House Motel
& Hotel, The ...........................93
Ocean Point Inn & Resort ..........35
Oceanside Meadows Inn ........128
Ogunquit Chamber ..............80–87
Ogunquit Playhouse ..................84
Ogunquit Resort Motel..............31
Ogunquit River Inn & Suites......85
Old Fort Inn & Resort.................97
Old Orchard Beach
Chamber ...........................92–95
Old Orchard Beach Inn ..............94
Old Quarry Ocean
Adventures ...........................125
Orland House B&B ..................125
Owen House, a Country Inn ....129
P
Parkwood Inn, The...................142
Parsons Post House Inn.............84
Peapod Jewelry.......................140
Penobscot Bay Regional
Chamber .......................150–154
Penobscot Narrows
Observatory & Fort Knox
State Historic Site ..................48
Penobscot Shores....................155
Pentagöet Inn ..........................125
Pilgrim’s Inn .............................125
Pinederosa Campground ...........80
Pleasant Street Inn –
Greenville .............................111
Pleasant Street Inn B&B –
Rangeley.................................60
Point East ..................................90
Poland Spring Resort.................33
Portland Discovery Land
& Sea Tours ............................66
Portland Harbor Hotel ...............67
Portland International
Jetport ....................................64
Portland Museum of Art............65
Portland Regency Hotel
& Spa......................................68
Portland’s Downtown
District ....................................65
Presque Isle Inn &
Convention Center................103
Pride Motel & Cottages ............68
Provence Bistro .........................86
Puffin Pines Country
Gift Store ..............................129
Q
Quoddy House .........................129
R
R. D. Allen Freeport Jewelers ...69
Ramada - Saco ..........................94
Ramada Acadia Park Hotel .....127
Rangeley Saddleback Inn ..........60
J
Jim’s Books Etc. ......................129
Juniper Hill Inn, The ..................81
K
Kakadjo Cabins........................110
Katahdin Area Chamber ..........109
Katahdin Inn & Suites .............109
Katahdin Shadows
Campground and Cabins ......109
Kennebec Tavern & Marina ....144
Kennebec Valley Tourism
Council..................................136
Kennebunk/Kennebunkport
Chamber .................................91
Kennebunkport Inn ....................96
Kennebunkport Resort
Collection .........................96–97
Kimball Terrace Inn and
Main Sail Restaurant ...........126
Kittery Outlets ...........................76
Kittery Trading Post .....................5
Knights Inn ..............................143
Knights Inn Acadia Birches .....127
Krainin Real Estate....................55
L
L.L. Bean ......................................7
Lafayette’s Oceanfront
Resort .....................................89
Lake Parlin Lodge & Cabins ....135
Len Libby ...........................Cover 2
Libby Camps ............................103
Limestone Chamber
of Commerce ........................102
Linekin Bay Resort...................149
Lodge at Kennebunk, The..........74
Long Beach Motor Inn ...............80
Loon Lodge Inn & Restaurant....59
Lord Camden Inn .....................152
Lubec Rental Properties ..........129
Lulu Lobster Boat Ride ............122
Lyons Lakeside Cabins ..............59
M
Machias Area ..........................129
Machias Motor Inn..................129
Made in Maine
Market, The ..........................126
Main Stay Cottages ................128
Maine Beaches
Association.......................75–95
Maine Campground Owners
Association.............................39
Maine Coastal Flight ...............143
Maine Dept. of Economic and
Community Development ....26–27
Maine Dept. of
Transportation ........................48
Maine Eastern Railroad ..........151
Maine Forest Service ..................9
Maine Harness Racing
Promotion Board.....................36
Rangeley Lakes Chamber ....58–60
Residence Inn Marriott .............67
Rhumb Line Resort, The ............13
Rings Marine Service ................70
Riverside Motel .........................80
Rockmere Lodge ........................82
Rocktide Inn...............................35
Roosevelt Campobello
International Park ...........46, 129
Rosen’s Store ..........................125
Rostay, The ................................57
Russell’s Motel ........................102
S
Saddleback Maine ....................60
Saddleback Mountain Ski
Area & Resort.........................60
Sandpiper Beachfront
Motel ......................................93
Scenic Flights of Acadia..........122
Schoodic Area Chamber..........128
Schoodic Arts for All ...............128
Schoodic National
Scenic Byway .......................128
Scotch Hill Inn ...........................80
Sea Cliff House Motel, The.......94
Sea Latch Motel, Efficiencies,
Apartments, Cottages ..............5
Sea Mist Resort Motel..............33
Sea View Motel ........................84
Sea Breeze Ocean View
Motel ....................................122
Seacastles Resort .....................85
Seagate Motel ........................148
Seascape Motel &
Cottages ...............................155
Seashore Trolley Museum ........91
Seaside Inn................................13
Seaside Vacation Rentals .........78
Sebago Lake Cottages ..............55
Sebago Lake Lodge &
Cottages .................................55
Sebago-Long Lake Region.........55
Sebasco Harbor Resort ...........144
Segway Tours of Portland .........65
Senator Inn & Spa ...................134
SERC Institute .........................128
Shore Path Cottage .................122
Shoreline Explorer .....................78
Ski Esta......................................57
Solo Bistro ...............................143
Southern Midcoast Maine
Chamber .......................142–144
Sparhawk Oceanfront
Resort, The .............................84
Stadig Campground...................88
Stage Neck Inn ..........................76
Stonewall Kitchen .................6, 79
Sudbury Inn, The .......................57
Sunday River .............................57
Sunrise Motel -
York Harbor...............................5
Swags, LLC. ...............................78
T
Tarry-A-While Resort ................55
Terrace by the Sea ........80, 82, 84
The Maine Highlands ......109–112
Thompson Cottages ................140
Tides Beach Club, The ...............97
Tides Institute & Museum
of Art ....................................129
Tidewater Motel, The..............153
Town and Lake Motel
and Cottages ..........................60
Towne Motel ...........................152
Trade Winds Motor Inn ...........154
Travelers Inn ............................143
Trenton Area ....................126–127
Tugboat Inn ..............................149
U
Union Bluff Hotel.......................76
University of Maine
at Machias ...........................129
V
Victoria Mansion .......................68
Village by the Sea .....................29
Village Cove Inn ........................31
Village Farm Alpacas
& Shop..................................140
W
Warren’s Lobster House ............78
Water Crest Cottages
& Motel ..................................88
Waves Oceanfront Resort .........95
Way DownEast/Roosevelt
Campobello ..........................129
Wells Chamber ....................88–90
Wells Ogunquit Resort
Motel & Cottages...................84
When Pigs Fly............................77
Wild Iris Inn ...............................66
Wilson Pond Camps ................111
Wilsons on
Moosehead Lake ..................111
Woodland Park Cottages ........122
Y
Yardarm Village Inn ...................82
York Harbor Inn..........................31
York Harbor Motel
& Cottages ...............................5
Your Island Connection, LLC....144
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