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South Coast Maine

At the southern tip of the state is the South Coast region of Maine. Destinations like Portland, Old Orchard Beach, Freeport, and the like make for the most populace and modern area of the state--all along rocky coast line and fine sandy beaches. This region has much to offer for summer getaways, lakeside cabins and plenty of shopping.
Western Maine Mountains

The westernmost region of the state has both the conveniences of city life and the pleasures of natural settings. In the area known best as being the "Gemstone Breadbasket of North America," both unending mountainous terrain and the peppering of clean and cool lakes make this area popular for recreational visits, year round.
Midcoast Maine

On the western side of the Penobscot River Bay lies the Midcoast Region, where both beautful coastal scenery and modern civilization merge. Many wonderful islands lie just off the coast here. The coast line is dotted with quaint villages, beautiful marinas, ship building and more. Come enjoy the history of Maine's nautical heritage.
Kennebec Valley

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In what is the widest north-south stretch of any Maine region, the Kennebec-Moose River Valley contains both the remote unpopulated frontier--perfect for hiking, gaming, rafting, and time away--and the heartbeat of commerce and travel, including the capital of the state, Augusta.
Downeast & Acadia

This region, best known for being home to Acadia National Park, is essentially the last outpost before entering the eastern and northern 'frontiers' of Maine. With Bangor at it's heart, this region is easily traversed in any direction and allows access to most of the state's best features. Discover why so many travelers make Downeast their vacation destination.
Katahdin - Moosehead

This region of pristine natural resources boasts a few of Maine's best known features: Mount Katahdin, Moosehead Lake, a stretch of the Allagash River, and Baxter State Park. This wide area of wilderness sports endless varieties of outdoors activities. Take to the woods hiking or wildlife photography. Or, for the sportsmen, hunting and fishing abound here.
Aroostook - "The County"

Larger than four states, "The County," as Aroostook is known best, is the northernmost region in the state of Maine. Bordered on three sides by Canada, Aroostook stands tall in the international community as well as it does with Maine. The natural setting of the region make it splendid for long getaways including any number of out of doors activities. Snowmobiling is very popular in the winter.

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