10. Baxter State Park

Baxter State Park is a vast wilderness region with a wide population of species, beautiful mountain views, and secluded woodland setting in northern Maine.

9. Sugarloaf Ski Resort

Maine's western region is home to the well-known Sugarloaf Ski Resort. Sugarloaf Ski Resort, the largest ski area east of the Mississippi, with a variety of slopes for skiers of all skill levels.

8. Rockland, Maine

Rockland, known as the "Lobster Capital of the World," has built an entire economy around the lobster fishing industry.

7. Ogunquit

Although Ogunquit in southern Maine may have begun as a modest fishing community, it is now a well-liked summer vacation spot.

6. Old Orchard Beach

Old Orchard Beach, which is well-known for its expansive sandy beach and carnival-like atmosphere, has a lot to offer, including a wide variety of stores, events, and festivals.

5. Camden Hills State Park

For visitors of various tastes, Camden Hills State Park offers a variety of activities. The popular pursuits include beautiful drives, hiking, and camping.

4. Kennebunkport

Kennebunkport, which is in southern Maine and is known for its historic homes from the 18th century, has a variety of places to explore.

3. Portland, Maine

Portland, the largest city in Maine, is a pleasant place with a wide variety of attractions, including elaborate houses and coastal views.

2. Bar Harbor

The thriving town of Bar Harbor, which is Mount Desert Island's largest community, is located on the northeastern banks of Frenchman Bay.

1. Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park is the only national park in all of New England, and it is home to stunning scenery and an abundance of animals.