16 Maine Hidden Gems That You Need To Visit This Year
Even though we all know that the Pine Tree State has a lot to offer, sometimes we forget that there are amazing things to see, do, and eat off the beaten path. Yes, there is a Maine outside Portland, Lewiston / Auburn, Augusta, and Bangor. In fact, some of the best things about the state are in our smaller towns and cities.
Because we want to help you really get out an enjoy all the state has to offer, we have put together a list of Maine hidden gems. Out list has a mixture of stereotypical tourist attractions, amazing restaurants, performance venues, and natural features that are guranteed to take your breath away.
Take a look at our list and let us know what you think.
16 Maine Hidden Gems
As you can see, we made sure we included a sampling of hidden gems from across most of the state - sorry Northern Maine.
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