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If you’re heading to Maine for some winter sports fun, then you'll want to look for a convenient condo that has its own fireplace. When you schedule a trip to the coast, then a single-family home with a private pool or a yard for the kids to play in may very well be your top choice. This state has a great deal to offer the entire family, and you’ll be sure to enjoy your stay in the Pintetree State.
Located about halfway up the coast of Maine, Owls Head is a quaint little town with a good deal to offer visitors. You can rent a private home here where you can take in the incredible views of the Atlantic and enjoy some peace and quiet. Families enjoy this retreat for the beautiful state park and historic lighthouse. You can also head out on the water in a sailboat, or take in some history at the Owls Head Transportation Museum.
If you’re interested in skiing and other winter sports, then a condo in Carrabassett Valley is going to be the right choice for you. Sugarloaf is considered the best skiing spot in the state. Located in the northeast corner, it has the slopes and options that you’re looking for. The resort caters to families with its special activities aimed specifically at children. There’s also plenty of entertainment in the local area, including live entertainers at the Shipyard, social events, and a wide range of restaurants. You can easily spend a week or more just exploring the area when you’re not out on the slopes.
While people love the winter activities in Maine, summertime on the other hand brings a range of festivals and state fairs. Seafood lovers will enjoy the Yarmouth Clam Festival where they can enjoy some live entertainment, shop the local crafts, and participate in various seafood-related competitions. Moosabec Summerfest is a July festival that takes place in the towns of Beals and Jonesport, and the largest cultural celebration is the Acadian Festival. The lineup here includes a golf tournament, family fun day, parade, and traditional cultural displays. If you love taking in some culture and learning something new about an area, then you’ll want to schedule your trip around one of the many local festivals that are held throughout the state.
Even in the heart of summer, the temperature in Maine rarely reaches in the 80s, so this is a great destination for anyone who doesn’t care for the heat. People commonly visit in the fall to see the brilliant foliage, but winter is also a popular season for the Pine Tree State. The average annual snowfall levels exceeding 50 inches annually, you can almost always find fresh powder on the slopes. Visitors also enjoying watching winter give way to the beauty of summer, so many people will visit in March through May.
People throughout New England will drive into Maine for a weekend, but you may prefer to fly if you’re traveling up from Florida. There is one international airport located in Portland, but regional airports are found in Central and Northern Maine. Many of the homes that you might rent are a little distance from grocery stores, restaurants, and area attractions, so you may want to rent a car once you arrive. With your own transportation in the driveway, you can set your own schedule without having to wait for public transportation or taxis.