Moon Maine

Award-winning writer and Maine native Hilary Nangle provides an insider’s view of the Pine Tree State, from the “in” restaurants and grills of Portland to the historic towns and villages of the Acadia Region. Nangle is the perfect tour guide, providing travelers with unique itineraries like Microbrews of Maine. Packed with information on dining, transportation, […]

Moon Coastal Maine

Award-winning writer and Maine native Hilary Nangle offers her unique perspective on this famed stretch of New England coastline, from the gourmet restaurants of Portland to the idyllic island community of Monhegan. Nangle suggests itineraries for great trips, such as “Icons of the Maine Coast” and “Lighthouses, Lobster, and L.L. Bean”. With detailed information on […]

Gardens of Acadia

When immersed in the often jaw-dropping natural beauty of Acadia National Park, it may seem superfluous to seek out man-made gardens, but those on Maine’s Mount Desert Island gild this already stunning landscape. While garden mavens will treasure these sights, even those who don’t know a peony from a pansy will be tickled.

Road Trip Destinations: Summer Solstice Fun

There are millions of great reasons to hit the road and see the USA this summer, and the summer solstice (June 21st) is one of them. Jamie Jensen tells you how you can enjoy the longest day of the year in this list of wonderfully memorable places, all over the USA, where you can make cosmic connections (and have some fun, too!).

Moon Acadia National Park

Journalist and Maine native Hilary Nangle knows the best ways to enjoy Acadia National Park, from biking through coastal forests and exploring iconic lighthouses to visiting quaint towns with great shopping and seafood. Nangle offers unique strategies that help organize trips around central themes, such as A Studio Tour: Artists and Artisans and The 3-Day […]

Five Only-in-Maine Adventures

If you want to experience the real Maine, consider one of these authentic Maine adventures. Each takes you beyond the usual tourist haunts, but none requires any special skills or abilities, other than a willingness to see the state from a new, distinctly Maine perspective, while immersed in the beauty of Maine’s outdoors.