Mid Coast Maine
The Midcoast region of Maine includes the towns between Brunswick and Belfast moving towards the more rustic, bustling harbor towns of the Maine coast. Popular seaside towns like Boothbay, Camden and Rockland offer everything from seafood dining and waterfront lodging to boat tours and museums perserving the seafaring legacy of Maine. Along the Midcoast of Maine, you can discover prehistoric shell mounds, historic forts and inns, scenic views of islands and lighthouses, The Wyeth Art collection and the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens.
Maine's Midcoast features a more rugged coastal terrain perfect for exploring the coast by hiking, bike, kayak or on a scenic sailboat or lobster boat tour. You will still find sandy beaches in your travels too. This region is blessed with the beauty of island seascapes, and a thriving art culture, fun for foodees too with vineyards and farm to table restaurants. A visit to Maine's mid-coast is prime any time of year.