Friendly State Parks, Art trails and more; If you are an outdoors person who is family oriented, you’ve just got to see the State of Maine. The state has 48 family friendly state parks, which offer various activities. During the winter seasons Maine offers Snowmobiling, snowshoeing, skiing, and more. There is hiking from the mountains to the sea; many trails with many spectacular views. And then there are my favorites; the fishing, the canoeing, the kayaking, I just can’t wait!! Don’t believe me? Check it out for yourself: VisitMaine.com
Maine is A1 for hiking. There are trails to suite almost everyone’s taste. You may be looking for a mountainous island type hike, or a rugged coastal trail. http://www.greaterfranklin.com/maine-high-peaks
There are trails for those who love an afternoon walk, or even an all day walk, Maine is calling! mltn.org
Hiking isn’t the only way to explore Maine. Some prefer to bike their way along.
Maine’s bike friendly roads and paths make the state just right for biking. There is a downloadable map for each bike tour.
Get more information at: exploremaine.org
Camping in Maine provides for many choices.
There’s simple tent camping.
There are full service RV resorts.
And there are cabin rentals.
Learn more at CampingMaine.com
Beach Front Lodging!
This is amazing. The only thing that I can say is visit http://www.ogunquitbeach.com/
Family Friendly Parks
As I mentioned, Maine has 48 family friendly parks. The acreage of these beautiful lands range from 1873 to 42818 acres. Remember that many of these lands are closed during the winter seasons.
For more information call (207) 287-3821 or visit
Alpine and Nordic Skiing!
IN closing I would like to acknowledge that I had no idea as to how much Maine has to offer. Within this post, I was only able to scratch the surface, so do your research. I am positive that you will find something in Maine that will please your appetite. For more information visit www.mainetourism.com