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31 03, 2019

Clifford Park

With multiple trails across 140-acres with varying degrees of difficulty, Clifford Park brings back fond memories of being young and exploring the forest at the end of the street. Popular with travelers and locals alike, the range of trails and other facilities make it a fantastic year-round destination.

2020-06-09T21:47:22+00:00March 31st, 2019|Tags: , , |

Douglas Mountain

2020-06-21T03:38:11+00:00December 20th, 2018|Tags: , |

Meandering through the evergreen lined winding roads of Southern Maine brings you to the base of the wooden dreamscape of Douglas Mountain. Small earthen packed trails, babbling brooks, quaint wooden bridges and of course, a nearly 150-year-old lookout tower make Douglas Mountain the perfect hike.

Saco River

2020-06-09T23:54:47+00:00December 20th, 2018|Tags: |

For a memorable day out in North Eastern Maine head to the majestic waterway that is Saco River. The river provides ideal conditions for canoeing, kayaking, and tubing or you can simply breathe in the amazing views from a spot on the riverbank.

CMBG – Gardens Aglow

2020-08-09T00:49:38+00:00December 13th, 2018|Tags: , |

Gardens Aglow is a pinnacle evening event put on by the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in partnership with the Boothbay Harbor Festival of Lights. It provides a dazzling opportunity to dive into the creative minds of renowned landscape architects in a brilliant display of light for the holiday season.

Nubble Lighthouse

2019-09-25T03:56:25+00:00December 10th, 2018|Tags: , |

The Nubble Lighthouse brings all the beauty of the Maine coastline into a scenic stop less than a half hour from the border of New Hampshire. I found myself in a childlike trance trekking the rocky cliffs and tidal pools - of course with my camera in hand.

York Cliff Walk

2019-09-25T03:55:31+00:00December 10th, 2018|Tags: , , |

Nestled alongside the main drag in York Harbor, York Cliff Walk is a mile-long walk starting at the York Harbor Beach and ending on Millbury Lane. The York Cliff Walk gives us that much-needed sight and the salty smell of the North Atlantic ocean greeting the dominating granite cliffs of Maine.

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