Outdoors

If at all possible, any visit to the coast of Maine ought to include at least one ride on a boat. For centuries, life here […]

Ellen Pierce grew up running, hiking, playing and swimming in Acadia National Park, which was practically in her Somesville backyard. From a young age, Pierce […]

There’s nothing like an ice-cold beer and a well-made burger, especially after a hike. Go to Blue Hill, where you can combine both of those […]

With 3.3 million visitors during Acadia national Park’s centennial celebration, officials are advising that it may take a little more planning to find your own […]

One of the world’s most popular airplanes for sightseeing, used from Alaska to Africa, is now available for scenic tours of Acadia National Park and […]

Whether it’s with a bang or a splatter, Maine Military Supply has what visitors need for high-caliber fun.

When the kids get restless at the Bangor Mall and you’re ready to escape the hustle and bustle, take time out in the nearby Rolland […]

Flying through the trees, it’s a bird…it’s a Frisbee…? No, it’s a blue Thunderbird speed nine driver. A new disc golf course, blazed through dense […]

For more than 130 years, people have hiked the Asticou Path to a reward of freshly brewed tea and homemade popovers at Jordan Pond.

Two new bearded athletes are making woodchips fly at Timber Tina’s Great Maine Lumberjack Show on Route 3 in Trenton.

“Northern Outlaw,” looks just like any other Ford F-150 pickup truck, only it weighs three tons, sits on nearly 4-foot-tall tractor tires and is built […]

Sea kayaking, sailing, canoeing, power boat cruising, whale watching; there already are so many different ways to see Mount Desert Island from the water. So […]

Soulful flute music and sultry vocals from the ensemble Shades of Blue blended with the sound of running water in the golden evening light one […]

Imagine Mount Desert Island’s forested mountain slopes clear-cut for dwellings, hotels and other development. This could be the picture if not for a dozen Harvard […]

All grown up with children of her own, Bonnie Stewart still finds solace and takes pleasure in creating homes for her friends from the forest. She calls them pixie houses.