Glamping in Maine is better than you have ever imagined!
With more than 90% of its 35,000 square miles blanketed in thick, green forest, Maine is surely one of Americas finest states for outdoor adventure. The Appalachian Mountains roll down from the northern border with Canada and meet with dense woodland and hundreds of miles of lakes and rivers flowing to the rocky shoreline and the deep, cold, cobalt waters of the Atlantic. From your cozy, private yurt, you can hike in the pines, canoe on Moosehead Lake, kayak the rapids of the Alagash, explore Acadia National Park, or sail among the coastal islands. There is nothing better than a crisp, fall day in Maine, with the leaves rustling in a kaleidoscope of color and a piercing blue sky beckoning you out into nature.
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