Welcome to MidCoast Maine

Miles of pristine coastline offer sandy beaches, ocean vistas, islands, historic lighthouses and fresh lobster. Vibrant downtowns provide endless choices for shopping, dining, lodging, recreation, the arts, and entertainment.

 
 
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Brunswick to searsport

The midcoast region of Maine stretches from Brunswick to Searsport; boasting countless miles of coastline, coastal towns, boating, island living, artists, craftspeople, businesses, shopping, award-winning dining, lodging, open space, and recreation.


THE SEASONS Of midcoast maine

MidCoast Maine provides world-renowned coastlines and beaches, quaint downtown villages, and vibrant working waterfronts where your lobster dinner can be hauled straight from the Atlantic ocean.  

When snow is falling, ski, snowshoe, or visit the Camden Snow Bowl. In warmer months, take a ferry to one of the islands. Inland, visit the Union Fair for one of Maine's premier agricultural fairs where Maine farmers and craftspeople shine. Craft breweries and local vineyards dot the entire region and offer special tours and tastings. 

Midcoast's classic theaters and art museums are year-round attractions that showcase the thousands of artists that have lived and worked and been inspired by Maine's beauty. 


things to do 

You will never run out of things to do in Midcoast Maine!
The four seasons bring constant variety to this list.

  • Lighthouses
  • Sightseeing
  • Parks & Natural Attractions
  • Shopping
  • Spas, Health, Wellness
  • Family Attractions
  • Outdoor activities
  • Islands
  • Agricultural Attractions
  • Arts & Culture
  • Dining & Nightlife
  • Events & Festivals