Maine has tons of awesome spots to vacation with your family, from Portland to Baxter State Park. Here are three of the best family vacation ideas in Maine!Read more →
Your Maine vacation… snowmobiling all over Maine’s 13,000 miles of trails in the winter, whitewater rafting Maine’s three rivers and fishing remote waters in the summer, ATVing trails right from your cabin porch in the fall, hiking to waterfalls and up mountains all four seasons, and kicking back next to a fire with a Kennebec River Brewery fresh craft beer. Below are travel guide ideas (and trip reviews from guests) for outdoor recreation near our adventure resort in The Forks, Maine — Moxie Falls, the Appalachian Trail, Kennebec River rafting, Dead River rafting, snowmobiling to Grand Falls, riding up Coburn Mountain — and our Katahdin Adventure Base Camp next to Baxter State Park where you can join us for a rafting trip down the wild and mightily scenic Penobscot River… hike Mount Katahdin, swim in waterfalls in Baxter State Park, explore ice caves and camp by the river with moose and deer making appearances in front of Maine’s Greatest Mountain.
Read one mom’s experience as she she takes her three children ages 10 to 15 on their first whitewater rafting trip!Read more →
The Old Canada Road from Maine to Quebec City is a scenic drive with an interesting history. Learn more about the trip (including what Benedict Arnold has to do with it), plan your route, and stop by for lunch — or stay the night in a cabin!Read more →
When I think of weddings I’ve attended, what I remember most vividly are the people, what we did together, and feeling the love of the bride and groom. At one wedding, we took over an entire lodge and played in the snow on the deck after the ceremony!Read more →
Home to Mount Katahdin (Maine’s highest mountain), the Baxter State Park area boasts some of the best whitewater rafting, fishing, hiking, and outdoor activities in Maine.Read more →
Vacationing in the Maine North Woods is a truly unique experience, but if you want to venture off the paved roads, you have to be prepared! Get your tips and tricks for driving on the dirt roads in Maine’s north woods.Read more →