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Maine Vacation Ideas

Maine’s top attraction is Acadia National Park on Mt. Desert Island at Bar Harbor, home to the Abbe Museum. Nearby, enjoy the view at Penobscot Narrows Observatory. Find more than 60 lighthouses, plus Rockland’s lighthouse museum, Bath’s maritime museum, Portland Museum of Art and Ogunquit, a former art colony. Discover the state’s forests, and forestry and French Acadian heritage. Baxter State Park is the end of the Appalachian Trail with Mt. Katahdin. Things to do in the winter – ski, snowshoe, ice fish, ice skate, snowmobile and in summer – kayak, fish, whitewater raft, hike, bike or nature watch. Restaurants feature blueberries, maple syrup and lobsters. Stay in hotels, inns, B&Bs, cabins, lodges and at working farms.
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Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park A Must-See

Mt. Desert Island, home to the quaint town of Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, offers some of Maine’s best scenery, history, outdoor recreation – sailing, hiking, rock climbing, kayaking, golf and biking, as well as connections with nature – whale, seal, puffin and bird watching.

Acadia National Park Reopens Two Hiking Trails

Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor, Maine, works closely with the Friends of Acadia to bring old abandoned hiking trails back into the park's trail system. As a result of their efforts, two trails, the Penobscot Mountain Trail and the Sargent East Cliffs Trail, are now back on the map.
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