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Acadia National Park.  Located on Mount Desert Island and surrounding areas and islands on the coast of Maine.  Home to Bar Harbor, Cadillac Mountain and several small fishing villages.

Historic Forts of Maine.

Lighthouses in Maine.

Maine Maple Sugar Houses.

Museums of Maine.

Maine Farms.  If you have ever wanted to tour a farm then Maine is the place to do that. With our diverse agricultural base there are lots of options. Some farms are open to the public. The website GetRealMaine.com offers a listing of Maine farms for groups and families to visit. See "Tours: Find a Farm".

Maine Barns. There are lots of old and interesting barns in Maine.
www.travel-maine.info/topics/maine-barns.htm

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
Barters Island Road, Boothbay, Maine 04537
(207) 633-4333

Peacock Beach State Park.  A small state park on Pleasant Pond in Richmond, Maine.  Ideal for a family picnic.

Pineland Recreational Area.  The Pineland Public Reserved Land (administered by the Maine Bureau of Parks and Land) and the Pineland Farms Corporation have adjacent land areas dedicated to recreation.  This includes working farms, cross-country skiing, hiking, and other recreational activities.

Preservation Park
"Museums - Cafe - Gift Shop - Golf - Hiking - XCountry Skiing - Skating"
115 Preservation Way (off Route 26)
Poland Spring, Maine 04274
207) 998-7143
www.polandspring.com

Seacoast of Maine.


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