About the Region

Travel to Maine's MidCoast and Islands for an unforgettable coastal experience where classic New England villages meet the rugged, spectacular coast of Maine. 

Whether you are looking for relaxation or adventure, a getaway to MidCoast Maine provides world-renowned coastlines and beaches, quaint downtown villages, and vibrant working waterfronts where your lobster dinner can be hauled straight from the Atlantic ocean. 

The Maine MidCoast region is home to Reid State Park and Popham Beach, two of Maine's most scenic beaches, our natural hidden gems. Stroll through the villages of Belfast, Camden, Rockland, Wiscasset, Brunswick, Bath and Damariscotta where Maine's foodie scene is exploding and small shops line the sidewalks. 

When snow is falling, stay in a luxury resort or coastal cottage near Camden Snow Bowl. In warmer months, take a ferry to one of our islands to stay in a B&B on the water. Inland, visit the Union Fair for one of Maine's premier agricultural fairs where the spirit of Maine farmers and craftspeople shine. Craft breweries and local vineyards dot the entire region and offer visitors special tours and tastings. 

Experience the renowned Maine Maritime Museum or the Penobscot Marine Museum to discover the rich history of our coastal communities. Our classic theaters and art museums are year-round attractions that showcase the thousands of artists that have lived and worked and been inspired by Maine's beauty. 

Maine's MidCoast offers every visitor a unique vacation experience. For a travel guide, click here and begin planning your trip. Whether you want to discover the 'Best Of' MidCoast Maine or you're looking to get off the beaten path, our map will help you navigate.

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