Quintessential Maine communities await you. A vacation in the mid-coast is all about experiencing the out of doors, on land and sea, eating good food and exploring small friendly towns. Our tag line is “life as it should be.” Here are some favorite towns, in alphabetical order:

BATH (30 minutes)
-Maine Maritime Museum Fantastic interactive ship-building museum. Also arrange behind the scenes tours of Bath Iron Works.
-Chocolate Church Performances.
-Main St. Named one of 10 Best Main Streets in USA 2009.

BRlSTOL (1 hour)
-Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and Park
-Pemaquid State Beach
-Colonial Pemaquid

BRUNSWICK (45 minutes)
-Bowdoin College Museum of Art
-Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum
-Bowdoin International Music Festival
-Maine State Music Theatre

DAMARISCOTTA (30 minutes)
-Reny’s Department Store
-Main Street with shops, restaurants and galleries
-Glidden Point Oyster Co. on River Road. A favorite of oyster connoisseurs.

FREEPORT (55 minutes)
-Outlet shopping heaven and home of LL Bean, (open 24 hours a day!)
-Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park

GEORGETOWN (45 minutes)
-Reid State Park

PHIPPSBURG (45 minutes)
-Popham Beach State Park

CAMDEN (1 hour)
-Camden Hills State Park
-Main Street with shops, restaurants and galleries

ROCKLAND (1 hour)
-Farnsworth Art Museum and the Wyeth Center
-Maine Lighthouse Museum and Maine Discovery Center
-Owls Head Transportation Museum and the Owls Head Lighthouse

WISCASSET (20 minutes)
-Red’s Lobster
-Main Street with shops, restaurants and galleries

For more information on vacations in the state of Maine, visit (Maine Tourism)