There’s a reason Maine is called “Vacationland.” Thanks to its unique natural setting — a spectacular coast and a woodsy, mountainous interior — a visitor to the state can find an almost endless variety of things to do. A trip to southern Maine, with its beaches, resort communities, and cosmopolitan cities, is very different than a visit to the north, where forests and farms prevail. In the same day, you can hike in the world-famous White Mountains and have dinner in Portland, which Forbes calls America’s “most-livable city.” Or shop in the nationally known outlets of Freeport and then go for a whale watch. Or visit a fine art museum in Rockland and then see the colony of painters on remote and rugged Monhegan.
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Grand Harbor Inn

$139 - $269
Rooms: 10
Camden, ME 04843
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