EXPLORING MAINE

Sebago Lake Region

If you’re looking at a map of Maine—like the one in the centerfold of this magazine—you can’t miss Sebago Lake. The deepest and second...

Mount Agamenticus

This coastal mountain, home to a number of rare and interesting species, has 40 miles of trails to explore and offers breathtaking views as...

The Maine Farmers Market Guide

Farmers Markets A vacation from the supermarket Eating should be joyful, and it all starts with the shopping. Farmers markets are a fun way to reconnect...

MAINE EXITS

EXIT 75, 80, 86, 102, 103 – Auburn, Lewiston & Points...

Welcome to Auburn, Lewiston & Points North The twin cities of Lewiston and Auburn are at the southern end of the central Maine region and...

EXIT 63 – Gray-New Gloucester

Welcome to Gray-New Gloucester The sister communities of Gray and New Gloucester boast hiking, golfing and other outdoor opportunities as well as one of the...

EXIT 52 & 53 – Falmouth, Cumberland, Yarmouth & Freeport

Welcome to Falmouth, Cumberland, Yarmouth & Freeport When you exit the Maine Turnpike in Falmouth, you can take Route 1 north up to the Midcoast...

MAINE LIGHTHOUSES

Whaleback Light

Established 1820 This lighthouse is located in Kittery at the mouth of the Piscataqua River, approximately 1,500 feet from the Maine-New Hampshire border. It is...

Boon Island Light

Established 1811 Boon light is located approximately nine miles from the York coastline. The light is inaccessible to the public, but can be viewed by...

Nubble Light

Established 1879 Nubble Light is located on the eastern point of Cape Neddick on Nubble Island and is inaccessible to visitors. However, the light is...