Hiking in Maine is a great way to see some of Maine’s most beautiful, untamed wilderness.
Check out these fantastic Maine hikes:
Private Campgrounds Are Open! Maine opened up private campgrounds (not state campgrounds) to Maine residents May 22nd and will open up to out of staters June 1st. Not all campgrounds are opening up, so be sure to call ahead! So get out there and pitch your tent in the remote northern Maine woods overlooking a … Read more
ATVs are a great way to see a lot of Maine’s backcountry. From scenic mountain vistas and waterfalls to historical landmarks, Maine’s ATV trails can take you there! Some attractions may require parking and hiking to see. If it’s listed here it’s worth it! All map pages referenced are in the Maine ATV & Dirt … Read more
FISH 1. Eagle Lake Location: Eagle Lake Acres: 5,581 Max Depth: 136 feet Access: Trailered boat launch on Lower Main Street Primary Fishery: Brook Trout (wild), Landlocked Salmon (stocked & wild), Lake Trout, aka Togue (stocked & wild) 2. Long Lake Location: St. Agatha Acres: 6,000 Max Depth: 163 feet Access: Trailered boat launches on … Read more