Maine is a state with a full range of outdoor activities. With a stunning geography, rich culture and a huge and diverse history, a Maine vacation rental offers something for everybody.
The Maine Highlands
are moose and deer territory whilst in Baxter State Park you will find more than 200,000 acres of parkland and the amazing Moose Head Lake which is the largest in the North west. Penobscot and Kennebec Rivers offer great rafting opportunities and you will be able enjoy all sorts of water and outdoor activities along their shores. Outdoor fun is available to all, with something at every level, whether it is a quiet amble along a secluded path or mountain biking over rough terrain. There is rock climbing and bird watching or sailing, canoeing and kayaking. Furthermore there are adventures all year round with cross country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter.
, with their rolling white sand, cover most of the Southern Coast
and you will find lots to do and enjoy with the many activities that are on offer from body boarding or surfing to just lazing in the sun. If saltwater is not the thing for you then you also have the option of a fresh water beach, chosen from one of the literally thousands of inland lakes that Maine has on offer.
Hunting is another favourite in Maine and with its geography - conducive to the hunting fraternity - and its virgin woods and spotless lakes, it is easy to see why. From big game bear, moose and deer, of which there are virtually countless numbers to smaller game and fishing there is something for everyone. Fish from a boat or a bank, in fresh water or at sea - Maine has it all with vacation rental properties and holiday cottage throughout.
For vacationers who want to take in some history, Maine is literally steeped in it! It has some great attractions and it is a museums windfall for any museum enthusiasts out there. Whether it is a preserved fort or an historic home that you are looking for, you will find it here. Visit the Norlands Living History Centre for a look at how it used to be or visit the Maine Maritime Museum to get a feel for this fine state’s seafaring history. Visit the State Capitol Building or the University of Maine Museum of Art – there are countless choices and really so much to see and do.
But it is not just museums, art galleries and winter and summer fun that Maine has to offer. It has some wondeful towns with great nightlife and absolutely fantastic cuisine famous the world over. So for a refreshing and enjoyable holiday a Maine vacation rental makes good sense.
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