EXPLORING MAINE

Lobster Tales

Maine’s gift to the world—three ways I cannot be alone in my admiration of the first person to come upon a lobster (in days of...

The Midcoast Region

It’s an old Mainer saying that “you can’t get there from here.” And when we’re talking about Midcoast communities like Sebasco, Popham Beach and...

Maine is for lighthouse lovers!

Board a boat, ride a bike or walk a breakwater to see stunning beacons With more than 65 still standing, Maine has a rich collection...

MAINE EXITS

EXIT 7 – York, Ogunquit, Berwicks, Kittery

Welcome to York, Ogunquit, Berwicks, Kittery Welcome to Maine! There’s no better place to start your adventure than off Exit 7. With beaches, lighthouses, hiking...

EXIT 19 – Wells & Sanford

Welcome to Wells & Sanford Head east of I-95 at Exit 19, and you’ll come into Wells, a beautiful coastal community with seven miles of...

EXIT 25 – Kennebunks

Welcome to Kennebunk & Kennebunkport Kennebunkport is a world-famous vacation spot and one of the state’s most popular day-off destinations for Mainers. The Kennebunks are...

MAINE LIGHTHOUSES

Whaleback Light

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

Boon Island Light

Established 1811 This lighthouse is located about nine miles from the York coastline on the 300-foot by 700-foot Boon Island. The light is inaccessible to...

Cape Neddick Light (“Nubble Light”)

Established 1879 Nubble Light, one of the most scenic and photographed lighthouses in Maine, is on the eastern point of Cape Neddick on Nubble Island....