For those who love the outdoors and enjoy taking in natural beauty, Marginal Way in Ogunquit, Maine is not to be missed. This stunning scenic trail runs along the shoreline and enables those who venture along it to take in incredible surroundings as well as the beauty of the spectacular coastline. Running for just over a mile, the pathway is very popular amongst tourists who want to take in the serene atmosphere as well as the natural beauty that they are surrounding by when they walk along Marginal Way.
Comprised of 49,000 acres of beautiful landscapes, this is park is a haven for all nature and outdoor enthusiasts. Here you will find granite cliffs that sit side by side with cobblestone beaches and gorgeous glacier-carved mountains. Hiking through the challenging trails of Acadia National Park will definitely be one of the highlights of your trip to Maine.
The largest island off the coast of Maine, Mount Desert Island is home to not only stunning natural beauty but also a range of attractions. Millions of visitors head to the island each year and even the rich and famous are known to head over here and reside during the summer months including the likes of Martha Stewart and Tim Robbins. You will find plenty to explore when you come to Mount Desert Island including the extremely popular Acadia National Park.
The town of Kennebunkport in Maine is situated by the Kennebunk River and was once known as a fishing village. Today it has become a popular place to visit by those who are heading to Maine and offers a range of attractions including its attractive seaside location for those who are heading over to relax and take in beautiful natural surroundings. This town is where you will find the summer home of former president George H W Bush and has been visited by world leaders from around the globe over the years. You will find a range of other attractions here including the art gallery and the Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge.
Hike, camp and explore at Baxter State Park. The self-funded park is a large wilderness area featuring over 40 peaks and ridges, including Maine’s highest peak Katahdin. The park was named in honor of Percival P. Baxter after he dedicated millions to protect Maine’s precious terrain. In addition to picturesque views, Baxter State Park is home to a huge collection of hiking trails. There are over 200 miles of trails frequented by backpackers, campers, and mountain climbers. A trip to Baxter is sure to bring splendor no matter your mode of transportation.