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Maine Hampton Inn Hotels

Maine is a natural treasure that attracts thousands of visitors every year.

 

Famous for its seafood and breathtaking scenery, Maine is a favorite amongst vacationers. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast, curious about the culture of Maine, or simply want to vacation in a beautiful part of the world, Maine has what you are looking for. What is it that makes Maine so unique? Perhaps it has to do with its diverse natural setting. For example, Maine boasts 17 million acres of forestland and 3,500 miles coastline, with 2,295 square miles of inland water area and over 2,000 coastal islands. Maine is also home to the impressive Mt. Katahdin which rises 5,268 ft above sea level. The state has more than 25 ski areas, and 436,064 acres of state and national park lands, including Baxter state park, and the 92-mile Allagash Wilderness Waterway in northern Maine.

 

Maine is also famous for its artisans and craftsmen. There are many fairs and festivals that feature music, theater, fine arts and crafts. The Lobster Festival, the Maine Festival, and Common Ground Fair are just a few of the many events that take place every year.

 

In the winter, enjoy superb downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and miles of spectacular snowmobile trails. Enjoy all the shopping outlets and bargains to be found at the Maine Mall, Kittery and Freeport Outlets and the Bangor Mall. Winter Festivals occur throughout the season, from Freeport’s Sparkle Weekend to Portland’s Victorian Holiday and Kennebunk’s Christmas Prelude.

 

Come in spring for whitewater rafting and kayaking on Maine’s big rivers, the Dead, the Penobscot and the Kennebec. Take to the trails at Baxter State Park or Acadia, or any one of hundreds of other great hikes, as the bright new leaves mingle with the deep greens of Maine’s pine and spruce. Portland comes alive with the Maine Flower Show, Golf Show, Boat Show and Concerts.

 

Summer means sailing, canoeing, kayaking, and hiking. It’s the time for beaches, islands, lakes, loons, puffins, whales, windjammers, blueberries, and lobsters–with festivals to celebrate almost all of them. Visit the Old Port of Portland and the working waterfront. The Portland Head Light, commissioned by George Washington in 1790, offers breathtaking views of Casco Bay and the many islands.

 

And then it’s autumn. Crisp air, crunchy apples, fresh-pressed cider, and spectacular foliage. Browse our antique shops, enjoy our harvest fairs, or simply drive through the countryside while the magnificent colors of the season unfold before your eyes.

 

No matter where-or when-you visit, you’ll receive a warm welcome from those of us who live here. And chances are you’ll make some new friends on your Maine vacation. That’s just one more reason you’ll want to come back! Come and see the hundreds of reasons why we live and work here year-round.

 

These are only a few of the many sights, attractions, and adventures in the Pine Tree State of Maine near our New England Hampton Inn Hotels. Visit these tourism portals for even more Maine events and activities.

 

Visit Maine
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