Maine is one of the most beautiful states in the nation. Its thousands of miles of coastline is famous for its rugged crashing surf, but nestled among its many inlets and bays are secluded enclaves and private beaches. Its 17 million acres of forestland provide rainbows of color in the fall and offer the outdoor enthusiast unlimited opportunities - hiking, camping, white-water rafting, mountain climbing, skiing, snowmobiling. Nowhere else will you find such variety – from Maine’s many famous lighthouses, to quaint villages, to boutique shops in Portland’s Old Port, to country festivals, or award-winning restaurants serving Maine lobster and cultural specialties.
Whether coming to Maine on vacation or looking to relocate, you’ll soon understand why we say Maine is “the way life should be.” It’s easy to fall in love with the beautiful sand beaches and rocky coastline from The Yorks to Camden to Acadia National Park, the pristine lakes of Moosehead, Rangeley and Sebago, and the delicious fresh Maine seafood. It’s also easy to fall in love with its amazing history and architecture, the rich farmlands, and its laid back atmosphere.
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