With over 3,000 miles of coastline and more than thirty state parks, Maine is an attraction for just about any outdoor enthusiast. Beyond the rugged cliffs of the Portland Head Light to the summit on Mt Katahdem, pine trees, lakes, and wildlife cover much of the area around and in between, making Maine a paradise for hunters, fishermen, campers, hikers, and nature lovers alike. Acadia National Park, Baxter State Park, Camden Hills State Park, Popham Beach State Park, and Roosevelt Campobello International Park are among Maine's most well-known state and national parks. During the hot summer months, Maine attracts beachcombers from near and far. The beaches at York, Ogunquit, Wells, and Kennebunk are among the most popular resort and vacation spots. Old Orchard Beach, Oqunquit Beach, and Popham Beach are, perhaps, the most popular and are very family oriented beaches. If you're up to venturing a little further north, Sand Beach in Acadia offers some breathtaking, scenic views ...however, be forewarned-the water is cold. If you're not into sun lotion or walking in the woods , there are plenty of other things to do in Maine from exploring lighthouses and rock formations to kayaking and rafting, ATV riding to snowmobiling, or from sailing to skiing. For you shoppers , Maine is the home of L.L. Bean, the Kittery Trading Post, and a whole lot of outlet shops in Kittery and Freeport. Antique collectors will find dozens of small shops, interesting boutiques, and bed and breakfast's as they drive up along Route 1. For those interested in planning a trip, please see our directory for more detailed information. One final word to leave you with: LOBSTER!!!