Maine

Whether you want to climb a few of Maine’s famous lighthouses or climb a few thousand feet up Maine’s majestic mountains, there’s more than plenty of things to do in Maine.

Top Adventures in Maine

  • Explore Otter Point

    If you only have an hour or so left to your day in Acadia, Otter Point offers some amazing views of the coastline, without being on a crowded beach. An easy mellow trail just inland from the shore allows you easy access to iconic places such as Ot...

  • Explore Cadillac Mountain

    Seeing the sunrise on top of Cadillac Mountain is an absolute must when in Acadia National Park. Not only is it awesome to catch the first sunrise in the U.S., but the views from Cadillac Mountain are unparalleled. At 1,532 feet, Cadillac Mountain...

  • Photograph Nubble Lighthouse

    Officially named Cape Neddick Light, though more commonly known as Nubble Light, this lighthouse is part of the National Register of Historic Places and is a local favorite for photography. The lighthouse park is located just over the New Hampshi...

  • Hike the Beehive Trail, Acadia National Park

    This 1.6 mile round trip trail starts with a moderate grade as you leave the sand beach parking area. After a half a mile you will see a rock pile and you have the option of heading strait for the slower sloping (but less views) trail ahead of you...

    1.6 miles 512 ft gain

  • Photograph Portland Head Light

    Portland Head Light is one of Maine's most iconic and picturesque lighthouses that offers stunning views year round. Located just about 15 minutes outside of Portland, Maine, it's the perfect place to go to watch an early winter sunset and enjoy s...

    0.5 miles

  • View the Milky Way at Curtis Cove Beach

    From the center of East Blue Hill, head east on Curtis Cove Rd 0.5 of a mile until you see a large curb on the right side for space to park. Find the access point, and scout an area along the rocky shore.Maine's coastline offers some amazing views...

  • Explore Thunder Hole in Acadia NP

    A natural phenomenon caused by waves crashing into a narrow inlet, Thunder Hole is a sight worth seeing in Acadia National Park.  As the waves rush in and out of the small cavern at the end of the inlet, the water collides with trapped air, creati...

    0.2 miles 29 ft gain

  • Catch the Sunset at Jordan Pond

    If you ever find yourself in Acadia National Park, be sure to check out Jordan Pond. Jordan Pond is a 3.6 mile long pond sitting in the heart of Mt. Desert Island. The shoreline of the pond has amazing views of the The Bubbles, which are two simil...

    3.3 miles

  • Hike the Precipice Trail of Champlain Mountain in Acadia NP

    The Precipice Trail is one of the most well known trails in Acadia, probably for its difficulty and the fact that it is along the exposed edge of Champlain Mountain.  Much of this trail is more of a climb rather than a usual hike.  You will have t...

    2.5 miles 1000 ft gain

  • Photograph Bass Harbor Lighthouse

    The skill level can vary on photographing this picture perfect location but no matter your skill level be sure to arrive early to scout out your best composition and be prepared for the swarm of other photographers at sunset! All photos were taken...

  • Summit Mt. Katahdin via the Hunt Trail

    Let me start off by saying, this is not an easy hike by any means. Only attempt this if you are an experienced hiker. The route has over 5,000 ft elevation gain in a little over 5 miles. You start off your hike in the Katahdin Stream Campground pa...

    10.4 miles 5000 ft gain

  • Camp at Blackwoods Campground in Bar Harbor

    Blackwoods Campground is one of two campgrounds located within Acadia National Park. Since the park does not permit backcountry camping, options to stay outdoors in the actual park are limited to this campground and the Seawall Campground further ...

  • Nearby camping, hotels, and more

    • Andover, Maine

      Lone Mountain Farm Camping

      Enjoy the easy drive right to our secluded campsite. With ample views and sounds of song birds and wildlife. Just a short walk to a crystal clear sandy river awaiting a lazy tube ride or a quiet a...

      From $100/night

    • South Berwick, Maine

      Bridgewater Farm

      Wooded, private campsite on a small farm with hiking/biking trails and wild blueberries throughout. You'll enjoy hearing the hermit thrush echoing through the trees and could easily see deer tip to...

      From $100/night

    • Greene, Maine

      Slippery Rock Trails, Llc

      ***Due to the State of Maine Mandate concerning COVID-19, we are able to host campers from Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont and campers with a negative COVID test (within 72 hours) without restrict...

      From $100/night

    • Bridgton, Maine

      Wayshego On Little Mountain

      Picturesque campsite with stunning views of Mount Washington, the Presidential Range of New Hampshire, and the lakes of Western Maine. Enjoy panoramic sunrises and sunsets from this exclusive hidea...

      From $120/night

    • Harrison, Maine

      Crooked River Camp

      Be surrounded by the best Maine has to offer! Riverside camping in a quiet meadow with a sandy beach and fresh water swimming hole. Your own private oasis! Relax at the campsite for the day or tak...

      From $120/night

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