Regardless of the time of the year you want to visit Maine, this outdoor wonderland will make ever moment spent here priceless. Exploring the ricers, mountains, coast or woods can be done either by mountain biking, kayaking or by seaplane. Apart from this, the excellent beaches are the perfect spot for some relaxation. The cuisine is also impressive and if you travel during spring or summer you will be able to enjoy some of the delicious dishes.
If you are travelling with your family you should definitely not miss Boothbay Harbor, which offers some splendid opportunities worth taking into consideration. You can take your wife and children on a whale watching trip, for example, or hire one of the boats, engaging into an adventure of a lifetime. Maine State Aquarium is also a fantastic resort and you should choose it for some extra excitement. You will surely not be disappointed.
Various views, depending on the season, of the town of Fort Kent in Northern Maine.
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The Penobscot Narrows Bridge opened to the public on December 30th, 2006 after 3 years of construction. The bridge is 2,120 feet long, weighs 126 million pounds and cost 85 million dollars. The Observatory is scheduled to open in May, 2007.
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Views of Front Street and Kennebec River, Bath, Maine. Updated every 20 seconds, plus live feeds, time lapse video, and local weather.
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Scenic images from Presque Isle, Maine
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Live view of Acadia National Park, Maine
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Live Webcam over our lobster tanks in our lobster pound. Watch live lobsters move around.
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A Live View of the Wind Farm on Mars Hill Mountain, Maine
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Auto Europe Harborcam overlooking Portland Harbor, Maine
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View of fields and forests, updated once per minute, dawn through dusk. Archived photos of wildlife and time-lapse sequences (updated hourly). Real-time weather conditions.
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Hi Res Webcam updated every 10min - Weather, Local Tides, Timelapse Video, local history & more...
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