Stationed inside the Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area, just south of Baxter State Park, the ice caves were created by glaciers during the Ice Age and now we humans can climb inside and pretend to hunt for bones and monsters.
You don't have to start every morning wandering the expansive beach at low tide scouting for sand dollars and marveling at the cliffs under a golden sunrise sky. But you should.
Rappel down 100-foot Ripley Falls in Crawford Notch in New Hampshire's White Mountains, even if you've never rappelled down anything before. Waterfall rappelling is exciting and thrilling and kinda scary at first - but mostly it's just cool.
Holt Pond Preserve is a scenic and quiet place with an impressive diversity of terrain. You can wander through forest,
In 2016, Down East Magazine published a story highlighting 12 spectacular Maine swimming holes. They all sounded enticing, but one
Sandy Moore and Kimberlee Bennett, authors of "Paddling Southern Maine," were kind enough to share some of their favorite paddles - from coastal routes to easy-going rivers.
“Dancing is an expression, a freeing experience." Turns out, dancing in the grass on the Eastern Prom, with Casco Bay as a backdrop, makes the experience even sweeter.
During a sunset or full moon canoe tour on the Scarborough Marsh, you'll get a sunset (and maybe a moon rise) on the water, in a canoe, at a place that's supremely scenic and filled with all sorts of marsh wildlife, with a knowledgeable guide who can name all the birds and the fish and even point out some planets in the night sky.
Warrior pose just feels stronger when your feet are in the grass. And kettlebell squats are remarkably more enjoyable when your view is Casco Bay.
Revel in rustic perfection at this cabin on a pond in Franklin, where you can spend the day floating on the pond or catching fish from the dock, toast marshmallows over a popping campfire, doze to the sound of loons, and wake up to the early sun rising pink and orange over the water.