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    About Mid Coast & Islands Region
    Along Maine's Mid-Coast

    Maine's MidCoast and Islands Region is unlike any other. This region boasts mountainous landscapes, lakes, seacoast, and islands. Charming villages like Belfast, Camden, Rockland, Wiscasset, Brunswick, Bath, and Dimariscatta are within the area.

    The city of Brunswick houses shops, restaurants, hotels, and the Brunswick Executive Airport, Midcoast Health, and Bowdoin College.

    Features of the Region

    Lakes like Damariscotta, South Pond, Swan, West Harbor, Round Pond, Seven Tree Pond, and many more spot the region. Some lakes are weekend hotspots, while others are private and tranquil.

    Some of New England's best beaches like Reid State Park and Popham Beach State Park are located on the coast as well. Reid State Park's beach features sandy shores, rocky peninsulas, and the state's only dunes. The flat sands of Popham Beach stretch far out into the water for excellent views.

    When it comes to islands, there are hundreds to explore. Monhegan, Bailey, Orrs, Matinicus, North Haven, and Vinalhaven make some of the greatest stops. The islands offer a variety of dining, shopping, lodging, and other attractions.

    Attractions, Festivals, and More

    The Camden Snow Bowl is a ski area located in Camden. From the park's alpine slope, you will be able to overlook the great ocean. Hermon Mountain Ski Area is another great location for skiing, tubing, and more.

    Maine's Annual Union Fair includes rides, games, 4-H exhibits, livestock shows, live music, demolition derbies, excellent food, and so much more.

    Other annual events include the Rockland Blues Festival, Wienerfest (for Dachshunds and those who love them), Maine Lobster Festival, Damariscotta's Pumpkinfest, and the Highland Games & Scottish Festival of Topsham.

    A Fantastic Place for Vacationing or Retirement

    Those looking to live the lake life should choose Maine's Midcoast and Islands Region for their new home or new favorite vacation spot; the lake's beauty, recreation, and attractions cannot be passed up.