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Things to do in Maine

  • Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway

    This 35.6-mile scenic route meanders through some of western Maine’s most picturesque terrain. The Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway begins on Route 4, j... More
  • Rangeley Region Sport Shop

    This green cabin in the small, western Maine town of Rangeley is just a short walk from Greenvale Cove on Rangeley Lake. Since 1945, the locally-ow... More
  • Riding the Mailboat with Casco Bay Lines Terminal

    Fare: $13 adults, $6.50 kids In Maine, where many islands have year-round residents, there’s a good chance the mailman drives a boat. Some services... More
  • Round Top Center for the Arts

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    Sabbathday Lake Shaker Community

    About 45 minutes northwest of the swinging big city of Portland is a pastoral bastion of good, pious living—the last active Shaker community in the... More
  • Saddleback Maine

    One of Maine’s tallest peaks, measuring 4,120 feet, Saddleback draws skiers and snowboarders with 66 trails, some of which overlook the Rangeley La... More
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    Sea Bags

    Fittingly located just steps from the water’s edge on Custom House Wharf, this busy studio-cum-retail shop makes one thing: sporty, one-of-a-kind t... More
  • Seashore Trolley Museum

    Ted Santarelli, John Amlaw, and Gerald Cunningham founded this museum in 1939 to celebrate the region’s rail-riding tradition. The non-profit New E... More
  • Sewall's Orchard

    Bob Sewall and Mia Mantello's organic apple orchard was planted in 1980, and is open to the public from late September through mid-November. During... More
  • Sheepscot River Pottery

    Near Wiscasset on coastal Route 1, this homey ceramics studio/shop is a great choice for one-of-a-kind Maine souvenirs: plates, bowls, pitchers, va... More
  • Sherman Farm

    Al Sherman and wife Phyllis started their farm in New Hampshire’s Saco River Valley in 1964, and their daughters continue the family tradition. It'... More
  • Short Sands Beach

    A great place for a stroll, this quarter-mile stretch of Atlantic coastline bordering downtown York Beach is one of New England's top summertime de... More
  • Silvery Moon Creamery

    Located on the 500-acre Smiling Hill Farm, this award-winning creamery produces more than a dozen varieties of handmade cheese. The creamery is hou... More
  • Skidompha

    The Skidompha Public Library houses a collection of more than 30,000 books, as well as impressive selections of movies, audio books, and CD’s. In a... More
  • Spiller Farm

    There's a whole lot happening at Spiller Farm. Strawberries, apples, raspberries, potatoes, and other fruits and veggies are grown on the land, and... More

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