21 Maine Travel Hashtags to Inspire Your Summer Adventures


Whether you’re a Maine native looking for fun summer adventures to be had or you’re planning a visit from “outta state,” Instagram is the perfect place to “get lost” for awhile as you dream about all the places you can go in the beautiful Pine Tree State.

11 Maine Hikes That Will Make Your Kids Forget About Technology

While technology has simplified life in many ways, we all need some time away from our screens. If you’re feeling like your family needs a digital detox during your Maine vacation, heading out into the woods is a great distraction! Here are 11 of the best family-friendly hikes in Maine.

Exploring Maine’s Dead River

Fishing at Grand Falls

From Flagstaff Lake to The Forks where the Dead River joins the Kennebec River, runs 42 miles of flatwater, whitewater and the grandest of waterfalls. With hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling trails next to the river, and 8 white water rafting releases, exploring Maine’s Dead River offers different adventures for spring, summer, fall and winter vacations.

Snowmobiling to Grand Falls on the Dead River

grand falls winter

One of Maine’s best snowmobiling destinations, Grand Falls spans nearly 100 feet across the Dead River with an imposing 40ft drop. In the heart of winter the waterfall transforms itself into a staircase of crystalline ice flows that is sure to inspire awe in even the most traveled riders. On the snowmobile trail there from Northern’s base lodge, scenic vistas include the Kennebec River, the Dead River, and the uniquely gorgeous Granny-Cap Mountain.

Multi-day hut-to-hut hiking in Maine

Multi-day hut-to-hut hiking in Maine Last week we hosted our first guests doing a Hut-to-Hut hiking trip on the new Maine Huts and Trails system. The huts and trails are located between the Carrabassett Valley and the Kennebec Valley. Our guests came all the way from the Caribbean to Maine last week! Erik and Ada, […]