Play in Maine

Maine abounds with four-season recreation: fresh and salt-water fishing, kayaking and canoeing, stand-up paddleboarding, Windjammer sailing, hiking, white-water rafting, swimming and sunbathing at lake or shore, excursions to see moose, leaf-peeping, rock hounding, lighthouses, bird watching, whales and puffins, plus fort touring, mountaineering, golf, lobster boat racing and camping. Visit historic Maine sites, houses, gardens, antiques and museums and art galleries.Fall brings hunting and brilliant fall -foliage while winter is as busy as summer here – choose snowmobiling, skiing and snowboarding, dog-sledding, skating and ice-fishing.

For Maine’s indoor enthusiasts looking for a little excitement, there are our casinos … Oxford Casino in Oxford.

Maine has it all!

Scenic Byways

The National Scenic Byways Program was established in 1991 to help recognize, preserve, and enhance selected roads throughout the United States. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation recognizes these roads based on factors such as archeological, cultural, historic,...

Maine Waterfalls

Waterfalls are majestic creations of nature. Rushing rivers, meandering brooks and modest streams spill over rocky drop-offs and flow into pools or ponds below. Since Maine is laden with countless watersheds and has an interesting topography, it’s not surprising...

Moose Watching

Maine is lucky enough to be one of only a few states in the U.S. that has a sizable moose population. While estimates on the moose population in Maine are hotly debated, an extensive study released in 2013 estimates it at 76,000, the largest concentration of moose in...

Whale Watching & Scenic Boat Tours

Whale watching excursions and boat tours are a fitting way to explore Maine’s rich coastal scenery and natural gifts sure to take your breath away. You’ll spy tiny seaside towns and hilltop villages, quiet coves and inlets, sandy beaches and remote islands, and...

Great Gardens

Maine has more green trees than any other state in the union, and probably more green thumbs too. As a result, there are dozens of magnificent gardens open to visitors in search of a place to commune with nature or enjoy a bit of peace, quiet and serenity. Perhaps...

Southern Maine Beaches

Kittery Seapoint Beach - Small family beach and backed by a marsh. Great for bird-watching. Small parking area, no facilities. Take Route 103, Brave Boat Harbor Road, turn at Seapoint Road. Crescent Beach - Near Seapoint Beach, also close to marsh. Limited parking,...

History of Old Orchard Beach Pier

The area around the mouth of the Saco and Goosefare rivers was first discovered by European civilizations in the year 1603 by British explorer Martin Pring, although pockets of the Abenaki tribe inhabited the area before Pring’s discovery of the region. The Old...

Rafting in Maine

You don’t have to be a thrill seeker to consider going on a whitewater rafting adventure in Maine, a state with an abundance of streams and rivers perfectly suited to the sport. In fact, experts insist, “Whitewater rafting is for anyone who enjoys the outdoors....

Experience all Maine has to offer!

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(207) 695-2716

 Play / Maine Highlands

117 Museum Street, Owls Head, ME 04854
(207) 594-4418

 Play / Midcoast

58 Fore St., Portland, ME 04101
(207) 828-0814

 Play / Greater Portland

1 Bayview Landing, Camden, ME 04843
(207) 236-2323
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 Play / Midcoast

633 White's Bridge Rd., Standish, ME 04084
(207) 892-4913

 Play / Lakes & Mountians

70 Perkins Cove Road, Ogunquit, ME 03907
(207) 646-5227

 Play / Southern Maine

841 Roosevelt Trail, Naples, ME 04055
(207) 693-6861

 Play / Lakes & Mountians

109 Danforth Street, Portland, ME, 04101
(207) 772-4851

 Play / Greater Portland

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