This summer is a great opportunity to explore all Maine has to offer and try something new. But sometimes it can be intimidating to go to an area you aren’t familiar with or learn something you have never done. That’s why Registered Maine Guides have been bringing people on outdoor adventures for nearly 125 years! Guides bring beginners and outdoor enthusiasts alike on adventures throughout the state, whether it be camping, hiking, kayaking, ATVing, canoeing, wildlife watching, fishing, or hunting. Guides are following specific guidelines all to keep you and themselves safe during the pandemic.
Visit the Maine Wildlife Park to see dozens of amazing animals up close. A great way to learn more about the creatures we share the planet with, explore, and be entertained at the one and only Maine Wildlife Park.
The Rufus Porter Museum is located in Bridgton, Maine. Dedicated to the life and works of Rufus Porter, the museum is located on Main Street in two historic buildings and is open seasonally from mid-June to mid-October.
At Sebago Lake State Park, all visitors immerse themselves in nature and new experiences. With boating, canoeing, cross country skiing, fishing, hiking, snowshoeing, and swimming, Sebago Lake State Park offers activities in any season of the year!
This is a winter carnival with horse drawn carriage rides, ice skating, snow shoeing. Ice fishing, winter dance, public breakfasts, lunches, and suppers and a hold host of activities for old and young.The Winter Carnival is an event that relies on the weather. If in doubt, please contact us before you travel a long distance. Call 207-647-3472 for up to date details.