Making the Most out of Summer in Maine

Don’t Let Your Maine Summer Slip Away

I am reflecting on how to take advantage of the rest of the Maine Summer. Angus King recently said "Summer lingers, but cool mornings are a portent. Remember, however, September is our secret".  If you are not following Senator King on Instagram, you should consider doing so- He rides his Harley around the state and … Continue reading Don’t Let Your Maine Summer Slip Away

MainelyGlamping Adventure

DD has known Elissa for a few years, they met working at the Portland and Bangor CVB respectively. They became great friends, connecting over their love for Maine and the outdoors, and have since both expanded their passions into outside ventures, so a partnership seemed only natural. As you know - at LoveMaineAdventures - we … Continue reading MainelyGlamping Adventure

31 Nights Out Challenge – Camping in Maine

In 2015 I saw a post that a friend had shared about a challenge to spend 31 nights outside between Memorial Day and Labor Day (without quitting your job).  I love a good challenge and we already had a handful of trips planned already so I figured why not?!  The summer turned into a constant … Continue reading 31 Nights Out Challenge – Camping in Maine

Camping in Acadia National Park – Seawall Campground

Winter's long nights give you plenty of time for planning summer adventures and I like to book my weekends well in advance. I recently booked our third year at Seawall Campground in Acadia National Park. This is one of my most anticipated annual trips primarily because its just my son and I- a true test of my single mom … Continue reading Camping in Acadia National Park – Seawall Campground

3 Seasons on Moosehead Lake

Hello - it's Willow. I was born and raised in the great state of Maine, and I believe that if you are lucky enough in this life, you will get to spend copious time on a lake in Maine. If you are really lucky, you will get to spend some of that time on Moosehead … Continue reading 3 Seasons on Moosehead Lake

Maine Huts Adventure – Grand Falls Hut

Hey everyone, I'm Josh. DD saw my Maine Huts Adventure and begged me to tell my story so she could live vicariously. She asked me some questions about my trip and you can read my answers below. I hope you enjoy! I’ve heard about Maine Huts & Trails for years now, but never had the … Continue reading Maine Huts Adventure – Grand Falls Hut

Bears in Franconia Notch

Hey, everyone! It's Jessica. I have a hilarious story to share from this summer in Franconia Notch, which has lead us to develop a whole new section for Love Maine Adventures - Campfire Stories!!! (#campfirestories) Camping is a favorite past time for us in Maine - but it doesn't always go as planned. Check out … Continue reading Bears in Franconia Notch

Mud Brook- Lily Bay State Park

  Mud Brook is Lily Bay State Park's group campsite.  Set on a peninsula north of the park, this is a great spot for larger camping crews.  It has all the benefits of the state park, but is a bit more rustic with only one outhouse and no other facilities. After breaking some of the … Continue reading Mud Brook- Lily Bay State Park

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Lily Bay State Park

Certainly one of our most beautiful state parks, Lily Bay State Park is located on the northeast shore of Moosehead Lake.  Offering excellent views of Moose Mountain, paddling to Sugar Island and easy access to Kokadjo and nearby hiking, this is a prime location for enjoying all that the Moosehead Lake region has to offer. … Continue reading Lily Bay State Park

Seboomook Wilderness Campground

The Seboomook Wilderness Campground is in the northwest cove of Moosehead Lake, close to the Golden Road and the Canadian border.  We spent time at Seboomook over Labor Day of September of 2012 and 4th of July in 2013 & 2014.  The remote nature and distance from civilization are the best and worst parts of this campground.  Once … Continue reading Seboomook Wilderness Campground

Winter in Moosehead

We stayed at the Beaver Cove Camps in February of 2012 on President's Day Weekend. These camps are located in Beaver Cove just south of Lily Bay State Park.  These were affordable cabins with bunks and lake views and are no longer in business, but still have a web cam of the lake so you can … Continue reading Winter in Moosehead