5 BEST Ideas for Spending Spring Break in Maine

Visit the Portland Museum of Art

The Portland Museum of Art has a fantastic and diverse collection of art, ranging from European and contemporary to collections by local Maine artists. It also hosts a variety of programs and events, so you’re bound to find something fun for everyone in your family. 

Mush With Sled Dogs 

Dog sledding might seem like an exclusive winter activity, but dog sledding season runs well into the spring in Maine. Check out the Ultimate Dog Sledding Experience for a unique, once-in-a-lifetime experience. 

Take in the Scenic Ocean Views on Marginal Way

Marginal Way in Ogunquit Maine is a more than 1-mile-long cliff walk along the Atlantic coast that will leave you feeling amazed by the beauty of the Atlantic. The cliff walk can be blustery, so dress appropriately for the walk. 

Take Pictures of Nubble Light at Sohier Park

The Nubble Light is one of the most popular and recognizable lighthouses in the United States, so grab a friend or family member to get some pictures in front of the Nubble Light. 

Take a Hike at Acadia National Park

Acadia has trails for all hiking abilities. The Jordan Pond Loop is perfect for beginners with boardwalks and small elevations. Wonderland Trail is ideal for families because it’s a flat trail with easy terrain. For a more challenging hike, check out Great Head Trail. 

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