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Things to do in Maine
Bangor - practise your golfing skills at the Bangor Municipal Golf Course
The 18 hole course at Bangor Municipal Golf Course as one of the top 50 in the country, and one of the best in Maine. Its wide fairways and challenging greens offer an exciting course for players of all standards. There is also a 9 hole course in the complex for those that would like a game but do not have time for a full 18 holes.
Bangor - visit and explore Fort Knox
Often confused in name with its more illustrious cousin in Kentucky, Fort Knox in Bangor is possibly the best example of fortifications still visible in the United States today. Construction started work in 1844 and there were troops garrisoned here between 1833 and 1866. The fort and the observatory, that is housed in the grounds are open from early May until the end of October. The fort is also well known as a good spot, if you are lucky, for some spectacular, golden colour sunsets.
Bar Harbor - take a boat rip to visit the famous "Ovens"
One of the strangest coastal formations in Maine can be found at Bar Harbour, or locally known “The Ovens”. Only accessible by sea, normally via kayak, these rock formations resemble old fashioned clay ovens and have been created by water eroding away at the rock strata, dissolving it away at different speeds, and thereby creating weird and wonderful shapes. Some of these ovens, of which there are a large number, are over 10 feet in height and are expanded every day by the action of the sea.
Bar Harbor - enjoy bird watching at the Arcadia National Park
The Arcadia National Park offers bird watchers excellent opportunities to enjoy their passion, especially around Bar Harbour. In addition to the hundreds of species of birds that are endemic to the area, there are also large numbers of migratory birds that come through the area. September to November is the best time to see hawks and falcons in their thousands, while in the early spring their are large numbers of ducks and waterfowl to watch and observe.
Belfast - experience Belfast harbor with a kayaking tour
For a different view of the area around Belfast and its harbour take a 2 hour tour with one of the many companies offering kayaking tours. This will allow you to marvel at the wildlife in the area and also take in some of the spectacular marine scenery. Especially popular and also beautiful are the sunset and moonrise cruises. Different tours cater for all ages and experience. Some offer a great way to try kayaking, if you have never done this before.
Freeport - experience Pettengill Farm
The grounds around Pettengill Farm offer wonderful opportunities for families to enjoy a day outdoors and have a picnic or walk along some of the paths. The farm itself is a salt water farm and is known as a saltbox house from around 1810. It can be viewed by appointment or on the open day each year held on the 4th October. Within the farmhouse are etchings showing ships and marine animals that have been carved into the walls of the bedrooms.
Freeport - spend money at L.L.Bean
The flagship store for LL Bean is located on Main Street in Freeport. Now over 100 years old, it is still unique in that it has no locks on the doors, maintaining its 24 hour open policy. The store has over 3.5 million visitors every year and has even been known to occasionally help host concerts in the area. The store is unpreposing and lives on its reputation of a 100% money back guarantee on any goods.
Portland - see a great sunset at the Portland Observatory
Standing over the busy Portland Harbour is the Portland Observatory. Theer is a lighthouse warning shipping of the entrance to the harbour. Built in 1807 it is the last remaining of the historic, maritime signal towers built in the United States. Guided tours are available from the May Memorial Weekend through to Columbus Day in October. The sunset tours are the most popular, as they offer the chance to see some spectacular, blazing sunset, harbour views.
South Portland - tour Spring Point Ledge
Just outside Portland Harbour is a dangerous outcrop of rocks known as Spring Point Ledge. In 1891 a lighthouse was constructed following a request from their owners of many steamships that had run aground in the sea. The original oil lamp was maintained by a keeper and their assistant until electrification. The whole site was restored to its original condition in 2004. Tours are available to the lighthouse both by land and by sea, although they are not wheelchair friendly.
South Portland - do something extreme at the Summit Adventures Family Center
For those that like extreme activity the Summit Adventures Family Center offers a variety of activities for both adults and children, by utilising brute energy and technology. The center is a great location for family days out or for parties as it can offer laser tag battles, rock climbing, human hamster balls, rock climbing and much, much more. All of the activities take place indoors so there is no need to worry about the weather.
Introduction of Maine
Maine is a state in the northeastern area of the United States. It is bordered by New Brunswick to the northeast, by the Canadian district of Quebec to the northwest, by New Hampshire to the southwest and by the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast. The state is part of the New England region and sits at the regions northernmost area. There is a diverse variety of scenery to enjoy around Maine, with low coastlines, dense forests and rolling mountains. During your stay at hotels in Maine be sure to try the seafood, clams and lobsters are famous here. With a variety of activities to enjoy and attractions to see you should take advantage of Maine hotels. Accommodation here suits all budgets and provide a comfortable place to call home while visiting the islands and mountains. Hotels in Maine make it easy to enjoy the wonders and the various outdoor recreational activities of the area and return to a comfortable bed at the end of the day.