Maine South Coast
Maine Coast Family Vacation, Hiking Trails Museums, Outlet Malls.
The Maine Coast will offer a lot to the vacationing family. Within a hundred miles between Kittery in the south to Camden in the north, you will find something for everyone.
On the Maine Coast north find World War I airplanes in Rockland, art museums, and the tall ship of Camden. A little south you can visit the shipbuilding museum in Bath or the narrow gage steam trains at Alana. In Portland more steam trains and at Wells the brass lamp Stanley Steamers.
Within the stretch of Route One there are also quiet beaches, lobster villages, amusement rides, ocean-side golfing, and outlet shopping malls.
- Beaches, Golf, and Shopping
Maine’s mid Coast presents a hundred miles of beach and estuarine marsh between Kittery in the south and Camden in the north where you can visit the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, the Auto Museum at Wells, the Maine Narrow Gage Railroad Museum in Portland, the Shipbuilding Museum in Bath, the Owls Head Antique Air Museum in Rockland, and the schooners of Camden without ever straying far from coastal Route One.
This little stretch of the Maine coast has for additional diversion two of Maine’s largest outlet malls: Kittery, a mile of outlet stores along Route One, and Freeport, an outlet theme park and home of LL Bean’s 24-hour retail store and many other places to shop.
On a Maine Coast Family vacation you can be in an elegant art museum one day and walking along a secluded beach the next, both just a mile from your inn or resort.
The accommodations will include all amenities including spas, pools WiFi, golfing, shopping, and shuttle service to beaches.
How to Reach the Maine Coast From Boston Go north on Route I-95 to Portsmouth New Hampshire. and then Maine. The first coastal town will be Kittery
A Maine Coast Family Vacation will offer museums of history, transportation, art, and maritime lore. Route One also offers beaches, nature preserves, island hiking, and outlet shopping malls.
A Maine Coast Family Vacation will offer sightseeing along Route One with attractions such as the Wedding Cake House in Kennebunk.
A Maine Coast Family Vacation along Route One, the north south coastal road, will offer many attractions.
There are museums of history and museums of transportation, including steam train rides in Portland and trolley rides at the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport.
Also find the Bath Shipbuilding Museum, the Portland Museum of Art, and the Bowdoin College Museum of Art in Brunswick.
The town of Freeport offers several outlet malls grouped along Route One, including LL Bean.
www.wellsbeach.com www.sea-vucampground.co www.mainecampgrounds.com
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The Maine coast lobster village can make your vacation a unique step back in time.
You can order lobster to go, cooked or live for your own cooking in the Maine coast lobster villages.
A Maine Coast Family vacation offers lobster villages and outlet shopping