The Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway provides dazzling views of fall foliage.

Falling for Foliage in Maine

The timing of Maine’s fall foliage owes much to the summer weather that precedes it, and so does the quality (although the annual spectacle never disappoints).

Ocean waves crashing gently on the rocks of Otter Cliff in Acadia National Park.

Discover the Character of Maine

Maine is an extraordinarily special place, where the air is clear, the water is pure, and the traditional traits of honesty, thrift, and ruggedness remain refreshingly appealing.

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, […]

The stone wall of the fort stretches towards the camera while the ocean is visible beyond the structure.

Looping Around the Phippsburg Peninsula

Along Maine’s mid-coast, Bath retains centuries of historical and architectural tradition. Maine expert Hilary Nangle provides resources and an easy driving route for exploring the scenic peninsula that extends south from Bath.

At the waterfront, a hand-lettered painted sign advertising the Harraseeket Lobster Co. and the food they serve.

Locations in Maine: A Pronunciation Guide

Countless names for Maine cities, towns, villages, rivers, lakes, and streams have Native American origins; some are variations on French; and a few have German derivations. This quick reference guide will give you a leg up when requesting directions along the Maine coast.

Chefs work in an open kitchen behind a bar with rows of glassware.

Coastal Maine’s Best Restaurants

In recent years, Maine’s restaurant scene has gained increasing national attention, with top awards and mentions in the most influential foodie magazines. If you want to dine your way through Maine, here’s where to go to hit the biggies.