It’s impossible to not feel overcome by the majesty of Maine’s waterways. The rushing streams, meandering rivers, pristine lakes and regal shores of Maine beckon at every glimpse. The waters of Maine will call you. But how you answer that call, well, that’s up to you.
Maine’s beaches offer ample opportunities to ride the surf. The 6-foot-tall waves of Old Orchard Beach, and the secluded neighborhood waterfront at Higgins Beach are two of the more popular locations for locals and tourists alike.
To be surrounded by Maine’s gorgeous landscape and get that view from a kayak can be a truly transformational moment. And whether you prefer kayaking the numerous bays on Maine’s ocean coastline or a pristine inland body of water like Rangeley or Moosehead Lake, you can Kayak in Maine until your heart – and your mind is content.
Maine Ferries and Schooners
Jump on one of Portland’s ferries to visit Casco Bay’s many islands and historic lighthouses. Or climb aboard in Rockland and take in beautiful North Haven Island. While you’re on the bay, you can sail out to sea on a magnificent schooner to get a truly quintessential Maine experience.