People come from all over the world to visit Maine.

Our state has a little something for everyone. There is fun to be had in every season. Spring is a time of flowing rivers and new growth. Summer brings pleasant temperatures and long enjoyable days. Fall is a time of change, and the foliage is spectacular. Winter means snow, and all the fun activities that go along with it. 

Our trips will take you to many scenic locations throughout the state. Maine has it all, clean lakes, flowing rivers, bold mountains, deep forests, and dramatic coastlines.   

Maine has a number of beautiful state parks. The 200,000 acre Baxter State Park is featured on all our MultiSport trips.  Baxter is home of Katahdin, our state's tallest mountain at 5,270feet. Maine is also home to Acadia National Park, a popular tourist destination.   

Much of Maine remains heavily 
forested.  The Eastern White Pine is the state tree.  Maine is home to a wide variety of deciduous trees, like Maple and Birch, but is most famous for its conifers.  Click here to find out about Maine's trees.

The deep forests of Maine's north woods are home to a variety of animals.  Moose, deer, black bear, and beaver are just a few you might encounter.  You may get some excellent photo opportunities, so do not forget to bring your camera (and plenty of extra film).

Birding is also a popular pursuit.  The tiny Chickadee is the state bird.  If you watch closely, your liable to see a loon or a Bald Eagle.  The coast is a good place to find an osprey, a tern,
or a plover. 


Come pay our beautiful state a visit. You'll be sure to return home with memories that will last a lifetime.

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