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Maine

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Visit Maine: glamping in Maine

Visit Maine and find some of the best things to do, where to stay, and other trip ideas here. Glamping in Maine is the perfect way to explore the state, no matter the time of year. These Maine vacations are the ideal balance between adventure and relaxation, so check them out and book today! The northeasternmost state in the US, Maine is known for its rocky coastline, maritime history, and preserved outdoor areas, like Acadia National Park. There is so much to do outside in Maine; spot wild moose in Baxter State Park and hike Mt. Katahdin. Visit the numerous lighthouses that dot the coast, and make sure to stop at one of the lobster shacks for a lobster roll. Spend an afternoon sailing out of Boothbay Harbor, hike Cadillac Mountain, go fishing on Sebago Lake, and even ski in the winter down the slopes of Sugarloaf. Maine is more than a destination, it’s an experience that embraces the great outdoors in the most authentic, unique, and simple way possible. People visit Maine from all over the world to explore the coast, find the perfect lobster roll, pick some blueberries, and make memories to last a lifetime! So from skiing cabins in Sugarloaf to lodging in Ogunquit, Glamping Hub has got you covered.

Best things to do in Maine outdoors

When you go glamping and visit Maine, where do you begin? There are so many places to visit in Maine, places to stay in Maine, tourist attractions in Maine...how you do pick what to do? Check out some of the best things to do in Maine, in the great outdoors, here! Introduce yourself to the state one step at a time, literally, when you explore the miles of hiking trails in Maine. Places like Acadia National Park are home to some of the most stunning coastal landscapes on the East Coast; covering 47,000 acres, Acadia National Park is the perfect outdoor destination all year round. Watch the leaves change color in fall, go skiing in the summer, fishing in the spring, and hike Mount Desert in the summer! Check out the 9.5 mile Penobscot and Sargent mountain loop in Acadia or head to Baxter State Park to hike Mt. Katahdin, Maine’s tallest mountain. Check out the best things to do in Portland and more when you go glamping in Maine.

Maine tourist attractions

There are so many different places to go in Maine and different Maine vacation spots to pick from, but you want to make sure you are near the main tourist attractions, or Maine’s tourist attractions—see what we did there? Well, Maine’s main tourist attractions largely include the many state or national parks like Acadia, lighthouses, and sightseeing of different sorts: wildlife sightseeing, road trips, visiting small New England towns, and more! Maine is home to numerous unique sightseeing and tours that are more than just attractions, but experiences. Maine’s coast is not something to be missed; explore the coast with one of the many different boat tours from Portland: sunset cruises, tours of Casco Bay, and windjammer rentals. As you tour the coast, make sure to visit one of the more than 60 historic lighthouses that call Maine home. Move from sea to land as you plan a Maine road trip. The state is home to four National Scenic Byways, like the Acadia All-American Highway or the Old Canada Road Scenic Byway, from which you might hope to catch a glimpse of Maine’s wildlife, bears, moose, or even whales. Check out the best Maine tourist attractions when you go glamping!

Maine weather

So, we've sold you on a glamping trip in Maine, but when is the best time to visit? Most people visit Maine in the summer. June through August, Maine has warm, dry weather perfect for beachgoing, boating, hiking, and luxury camping. Temperatures in these months stay between 75°- 80°F (23°-26°C). Winter temperatures in Maine stay between 15°- 35°F (-10° to -2°C) and is a popular time to visit for ski season. Fall foliage tours are popular and operate in September and October, with temperatures around 57°- 70° F(14°- 21° C).