Freeport - Shop, Play, Dine, Stay
YOUR IDEAL MAINE VACATION EXPERIENCE—Shop, Play, Dine, Stay Freeport, Maine
Home to famous brands, local and national retailers, Freeport offers shopping, dining, 4-star lodging and unique attractions for all seasons. Rich in history, nature, the arts, family activities and much more to see and do visit us online to discover why Freeport is the top destination in Maine—www.FreeportUSA.com
The Camp Sunshine Pumpkin Festival lights up Freeport with thousands of glowing jack-o-lanterns for one of the season’s most heart-warming events.
See the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds put on a dynamic aviation performance at the Brunwick Executive Airport.
In the surging gastronomy of food-centric Maine, who would have thought that an island 12 miles out to sea would join the ranks of the culinary elite? But such a food escapade awaits the weary traveler at North Haven Island’s inimitable Nebo Lodge. Here dining on the island’s bountiful harvest is the stuff of memorable meals based on a righteous pedigree of provisions grown, raised and yielding freshness and purity that’s flawless.
As many head to Freeport this July 4th to celebrate Independence Day and L.L.Beans 100th birthday we wanted to share some recent Down East magazine material to assist you over the holiday.
For those traveling along Route 1, be sure to check out our April Issue when senior writer Virginia M. Wright drove all 527 miles and reported on the people and places along road that connects the coast. Discover the route's history, how it changes across Maine's regions, and exactly how many McDonald's you'll pass.
Undeniably, The Lobster Shack at Two Lights in Cape Elizabeth has one of the most dramatic settings of any lobster pound in Maine. With a stunning panorama of bold cliffs and crashing surf, this is picture-perfect rocky Maine coast.
Consider the accidental tourist who happens upon the Danforth Inn, seduced by its coolly stylish interiors, and then proceeds to revel in a remarkable dinner beyond compare.
That in a nutshell is Carmen at the Danforth, the restaurant that opened last month at one of Portland’s most refined lodging establishments in the gentrified West End.