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Maine Tourist Attractions from the CampMaine.com website
Eartha, World's Largest Rotating Globe-Yarmouth, Maine-DeLorme, still making maps (and map software). Eartha, still spinning!
Birthplace of Paul Bunyan-Bangor, Maine-A mighty statue stands in the city where the mythical woodsman was born
Chocolate Moose-Scarborough, Maine-A life-sized moose, sculpted in chocolate -- and that's a lot of chocolate -- stands in an ice cream parlor.
World's Tallest Indian
World's Tallest Indian-Skowhegan, Maine-The World's Tallest Indian towers over downtown Skowhegan -- or he used to, before the trees around him got so tall.
The Abbe Museum in Bar Harbor interprets the history and lives of the Wabanaki Indian tribe. In recent years, the Abbe has grown from a small trailside museum in Acadia National Park to a contemporary museum in downtown Bar Harbor.
Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge
Maine is the place to see wildlife, either from a distance or up close and personal, as in the salmon at the end of your fly rod. Just a short drive down Route 1 south of Calais, Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge welcomes fishermen and hunters and is a great place to spot moose, deer, bear, eagles, beaver, and mink.
The Great Maine Lumberjack Show in Trenton is a combination of extreme sports and lumbering demonstrations from mid-June through early September. Every evening at 7 p.m., the cross-cut saws are fired up for friendly competitions like those held in logging camps 100 years ago.
People have been drawn to the rugged coast of Maine throughout history. Awed by its beauty and diversity, early 20th-century visionaries donated the land that became Acadia National Park. The Acadia Byway, which includes part of the Acadia Park loop road, is a beauty of a drive in all seasons. This byway follows Route 3 into Bar Harbor, then follows the park loop road thereafter.
With its jagged and rocky coastline, Maine in the runaway leader as the New England state of abundant lighthouses. West Quoddy Head Light, in West Quoddy State Park in Lubec, has the additional appeal of offering a visitor center and museum. And the Isle au Haut Light in the town of the same name is among a small handful of New England lighthouses that operate a bed-and-breakfast in the keeper’s house.
The northernmost of Maine's scenic byways, State Route 11 follows the rolling hills between Portage and Fort Kent. Outstanding views of wildflower meadows, Eagle Lake, and Mount Katahdin. Much of the 37-mile route is forested, so glimpses of eagles and moose are likely. Route 11 connects Aroostook County and New Brunswick, Canada, and the people here are proud of the strong Acadian influence on their cultural traditions.