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Archive by Category "Getaways & retreats"

++ Get out (but, like, not too far). We all love and appreciate the positive effects of the Maine outdoors. Hopefully we’ll be back to all kinds of adventuring soon. But for now, press pause. The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry has some great advice: stay close to home, steer clear of busy locations, keep your distance (and stick to walking/hiking with folks from your household). ++

Getaways & retreats

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by: Shannon Bryan

Island overnight! Kayak + camp on Jewell Island with Portland Paddle

Kayak to Jewell Island for a camping overnight with Portland Paddle. You'll explore towers and island trails, eat dinner over...
by: Shannon Bryan

Away to Franklin: Off-the-grid cabin on Great Pond + lots of great hikes nearby

Revel in rustic perfection at this cabin on a pond in Franklin, where you can spend the day floating on...
Woman walking out of cabin overlooking a stream

Getaway: KLT’s waterfront eco-cabins on Cobbossee Stream in West Gardiner

Quiet time in a waterfront cabin, morning coffee on a small dock, leisurely paddles on calm stream waters, and sunset...
by: Shannon Bryan

Camelot + Cutler Coast: Cliffside A-frame in Robbinston, hike the Bold Coast

You don't have to start every morning wandering the expansive beach at low tide scouting for sand dollars and marveling...
by: Shannon Bryan

Cross-country skiing + cozy cabins on Moosehead Lake at The Birches Resort in Rockwood

The Birches Resort in Rockwood is a treat of a getaway, with rustic lakeside cabins, over 40 miles of cross-country...
roman spa meadowmere resort ogunquir
by: Shannon Bryan

Relax in the Roman spa & outdoor hot tub at Meadowmere Resort, Ogunquit

Meadowmere Resort is a fine place for locals to go to relax in the indoor Roman spa and outdoor hot...
by: Shannon Bryan

Rediscover your strength + power at a strongHER one-day workshop or week-long retreat

Looking to make a change in your life? Check out strongHER, a women’s empowerment program that builds strength and resiliency...
Rangeley maine bald mountain
by: Shannon Bryan

Adventuring in Rangeley: Hiking, paddling, and waterfalls all over the place

The wonders of Rangeley. There are way too many to count - and certainly too many to experience in a...
Rocky shoreline of lake with mountains in the distance
by: Shannon Bryan

Hiking, paddling + picnic table art at Peaks-Kenny State Park

Sebec Lake is a big draw for visitors to Peaks-Kenny State Park. There's a sandy beach and swimming area in...
by: Shannon Bryan

Fall at Maine Huts and Trails: Self-service season is a great time to visit

Late fall is an ideal time to visit Maine Huts and Trails. It's self-service season, which means you'll bring and...
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