Some fun things to do in Maine include touring lighthouses, paying a visit to Paul Bunyan, taking a boat excursion and visiting Acadia National Park. Activities will vary depending on the season. Snowmobiling and skiing are popular during the winter, while boating and relaxing on the beach are more for the summer months.
Maine may be known for its lobsters, but there are many other points of interest a person can see while visiting. Maine is sometimes referred to as the "Lighthouse State," and for good reason. There are over 65 historical lighthouses throughout the state, and a lighthouse boat tour is a good way to visit some of them.
Located in front of the Bangor Auditorium is a 31-foot high statue of Paul Bunyan. He is rumored to be from the area.
With over 5,000 miles of coastline, visitors have ample opportunity to enjoy the water. Deep sea fishing charters, whale watching excursions and lobster tours are all available.
Acadia National Park is the second busiest park in the United States, just behind Yellowstone. Cyclists can enjoy 55 miles of trails, while hikers can rent the services of experienced guides. Sand Beach, Otter Cliff and Thunder Hole are just a few of the popular attractions.