Have You Tried Any of These Easy Maine Adventures? #LetsDoThis
With only so many weekends remaining in our Maine summer, you'll want to make the most of 'em. These easy Maine adventures will lead you to fun hikes, refreshing swims, spooky graveyards, historic locations, and unique attractions. Need something to do with your friends, family, or sweetie this weekend? This list will give you an adventure for this weekend and many to come.
According to Wikipedia, the Wedding Cake House in Kennebunk is the most photographed home in Maine. Judging by the insane amount of photos on the #weddingcakehouse hashtag on Instagram, I’d say that title is accurate.
Moments from the hustle and bustle of L.L. Bean and the outlet stores in Freeport, Maine, lies a tiny, old cemetery in the parking lot of a Shaw’s grocery store.
Cabot Mill Antiques is one the largest antique emporiums in Maine, boasting over 160 displays in a 16,000 square foot space in Fort Andross.
Beautiful Mackworth Island is a favorite spot for walkers, runners, and dog walkers. The gorgeous groomed paths follow the shores of the small island and wooden staircases lead down to secluded beaches. But then there’s the pet cemetery of former Maine Governor Percival Baxter.
Maine has a desert, complete with sandy dunes and a fiberglass camel, and it’s not far from the bustling Freeport downtown.
Riggs Cove Rentals wants to help you take your vacation lodging to the sea. Their three house boats, The Tessie Ann, The Charles Andrew, and The Nancy Lou, all float in Robinhood Cove in Georgetown, Maine. Each boat has a kitchen, living space, sleeping quarters, and a small motorboat to get to and from the mainland.
Scrummy Afters novelty candy shop in Hallowell, Maine doesn't just sell candy. Scrummy Afters brings candy to life with a whimsical experience before you even step inside the small Water Street shop.
Rattlesnake Flume and Pool located in Evans Notch in Western Maine is a favorite swimming hole of daring adventurers. The water reflects the emerald green hue of the mossy rocks and the crisp freshwater will chill you to the bone when you first jump in.
Maine has many waterfalls across the state. Some are short trips, others are for the more experienced hiker, and some you can swim under for the most incredible summer cool-off spot. Here are some of our favorites.
When was the last time you enjoyed dinner with a view of something other than your kitchen walls? These Maine restaurants will serve you your meal and offer some of the most stunning views in the state. Take in the sites and satisfy your appetite at one of these four gorgeous eateries.
One high profile tomb was opened to find nothing inside with no record of what happened to it's contents -- and it was just one of many.
GlampingHub.com helps those of us who would prefer to not sleep on the ground but rather in a well-appointed cabin in the sky with a mini-fridge and Keurig.
The Androscoggin Swinging Bridge between Brunswick and Topsham was built in 1892 by the same company who constructed the Brooklyn Bridge.
Take on one of these bike friendly trails. You'll get a mix of riverside scenes, oceanfront vistas, and wooded areas while getting some exercise.
The International Cryptozoology Museum is the world's only museum that explores, displays, and studies rarely seen or unknown animals like Bigfoots, sea serpents, lake monsters, and other animals that are believed to be just myths.
Want to catch a movie on the big screen while still enjoying some fresh air? Congress Square Park in Portland starts their Films in the Square series on Sunday, June 5th.
Smiling Hill Farm has a batch of 'kids' that need socialization and part of the socialization process is getting snuggled on Tuesday nights.
The Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunk has been called the world's oldest and largest 'mass transit' museum. You'll find mostly trolley cars at the museum, but it's also home to trolley buses, motor buses, and rapid transit trains.