5 BEST Spring Things To Do In Maine This Year

Go Horseback Riding on the Beach

Without a doubt, going horseback riding on the beach is one of the most popular outdoor spring things to do in Maine. There are plenty of small farms along the coast, and lots of them would be more than happy to let you rent one of their horses for a few hours. 

Check Out the Auto Show at the Owl’s Head Transportation Museum

Of course, Maine has a tremendous amount of history, and if you love old cars, you will definitely want to check out the annual spring festival at the Owl’s Head Transportation Museum. An exceptional auto show takes place here every spring, and it features a variety of vehicles that are more than 20 years old. 

Check Out the Kenduskeag  Canoe Race

There are plenty of canoe races in the local area, and another one you may want to check out is the Kenduskeag Canoe Race. The water is still freezing cold, but that isn’t going to stop some brave people from trying to canoe for more than 16 miles. 

Harvest Some Fiddlehead

Fiddleheads are edible — a bit like mushrooms and asparagus. They are frequently boiled before being served with salt, butter, or other toppings that you can customize to your palate. Just make sure that you harvest them sustainably, so only pick what you truly need. 

Enjoy the Quiet of Monhegan Island

It is not exactly a secret that lots of people come to visit Maine during the spring. If you are looking for a way to escape the crowds, you may want to explore Monhegan Island. There are no cars or paved roads, so it is the perfect opportunity to experience nature and the serenity of quiet. 

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