Learn to climb Acadia's cliffs
The Great Chimney is not, as its name might suggest, something Santa shimmies up and down every Christmas Eve.
Experience coastal Maine from the air
An unforgettable journey over the rugged shores, mountain peaks and isolated islands of the Acadia National Park area awaits visitors to Acadia Air Tours.
Kayak Maine's rugged shore
There’s a spot on the coast of Ironbound Island where the cliffs don’t quite fit together.
Explore Acadia's pathways
Ellen Dohmen spots a clover patch to the left of the Valley Trail on Beech Mountain. She stops and plucks a few leaves to smell.
Relax at a remote lodge
Where can you go to get away from it all, even if you already live in a place like Bar Harbor where other people flock to do just that? How about looking for a Maine deeper in?
Anyone who’s driven through Trenton has probably noticed what appears to be a rambling red barn beside the road. You’re not mistaken. The spacious structure […]
ArtWaves, the name that artist Liz Cutler gave her new gallery, is apt. The arts activist and entrepreneur is determined to make some serious waves […]
Thirty years after it closed, the Bangor Drive-In was set to reopen July 1. The outdoor movie theater is run by Cinema Bangor LLC. “I […]
CASTINE — Fittingly on Bastille Day, France’s national holiday on July 14, the replica frigate Hermione is putting into Castine as part of the Castine […]
If you look closely at the side of the 1911 American Victoria Underslung displayed at the Seal Cove Auto Museum, you’ll see “Captain Ginger” written […]
What began as a whisper and then fierce scuttlebutt is now a fact — Chester Pike’s Galley has reopened for the season and it’s in […]
Founding artistic director Francis Fortier has discovered new musicians to enrich the 2015 Bar Harbor Music Festival held in singular settings scattered across this coastal […]
The way to the “Church of the Morning After” in Stonington is lined with parked pickups and cars and then a brief run through a […]