Where In Maine?
This revered section of the Appalachian Trail looms large over the gold course below.
The setting for Stephen King's The Mist, this lake in western Maine gets a little less lively come fall.
Built in 1985, this bridge stretches thirty-six feet to an island with a city park.
Come tee off here, at what is reputedly the second oldest golf course in New England.
Maine's tiniest city makes for a great summer stroll.
Artists and writers such as Elizabeth Ogilvie have flocked to this summer island haven.
Since 1813 this school has earned a reputation for academic rigor and free thinking.
This Far East oasis is worth a visit at anytime of the year.
The rest of the town may bustle, yet time all but stops here...
Recognize this faux fisherman on his Down East post?