Explore the stunning scenery and wildlife of Maine’s only national park.
Experience the wilderness and history of this new national monument.
Camp near the shores of Moosehead Lake, the largest lake in New England.
Visit the summer home of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, a symbol of friendship between the US and Canada.
Learn about the first French settlement in North America and its cultural legacy.
Hike a portion of the longest footpath in the world, from the mountains to the sea
Discover the rich heritage and traditions of the Acadians, the French-speaking people of northern Maine.
Paddle along the scenic and remote river that flows through the heart of Maine’s North Woods.
See the easternmost point of the US and the iconic red-and-white striped lighthouse.
Climb Mount Katahdin, the highest peak in Maine and the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail.
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