Visitors must quarantine or provide a negative COVID-19 test within 3 days of arrival in Maine. Visitors from New Hampshire and Vermont are currently exempt. We encourage you to check websites for your destinations before visiting for the latest health and safety guidelines in place.
It’s winter and it’s Maine. Time for fun.
Sure, it may be cold and getting dark (soon). But Mainers don’t let that stop them, so why should you? We recommend:
Skiing under the lights is a tradition in Maine. Some skiers add some night turns to their ski days; others ski after work; still others join nighttime racing teams. Here’s some spots to join them.
Black Mountain Rumford
Camden Snowbowl Camden
Lost Valley Auburn
New Hermon Mountain Hermon
Shawnee Peak Bridgton
Spruce Mountain Jay
Sunday River Newry
Titcomb Mountain Farmington
Winter is prime festival season throughout Maine. Parades, special shopping days, Christmas tree lightings and Santa arrivals are common throughout. Some of those festivals are:
Maine’s museums host marvelous exhibits during the colder months. Some include:
Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockland CMCA BIENNIAL 2020
Portland Museum of Art, Portland: Stories of Maine: An Incomplete History
Farnsworth Museum, Rockland: Transforming the Ordinary: Women in American Book Cover Design