Ice Cream is the perfect summer delight.

Local Eats

Visitors to Maine’s Lakes and Mountains need not worry that they will go hungry between adventures. There is a wide variety of local food options at every turn in our scenic roads. From white table dining and restaurants offering a range of cuisine styles to diners and casual pubs where you can kick back after a day on the trails or waterways.

It is said that Maine has the largest number of breweries per capita in the U.S. and no where is that more true than in Western Maine. Some are strictly brew houses with tasting rooms, while others offer food and live entertainment with their ales. But remember to drink responsibly and have a designated driver if you plan to travel our Beer Trail.

For here in season, don’t miss out on the many Farm Stands and Farmers’ Markets that dot the region. You haven’t lived until you have eaten corn on the cob right out of the field or spent the morning picking your own box of strawberries.

Maine's Lakes and Mountains are filled with breweries.
Beer Trail
Dining in locally run restaurants in Maine's Lakes and Mountains
Middle Intervale Farm fresh picked corn
Farmers' Markets & Stands

Plan Your Trip

Maine’s Lakes and Mountains offers a variety of resources to help you plan your next visit, including an annual visitor’s guide, stand alone map, and the new Adventure Guide App.

Visitor's Guide

Our Free Visitor's Guide will help inspire your next adventure along our mountain trails, lakes, scenic byways, bustling towns and more.

Map of the Region

Companion to the Visitor Guide, our dual-sided planning map will help you find your way to adventure in every season throughout the region.

Adventure Guide App

The App will point the way to all kinds of adventures, experiences and destinations in Maine’s Lakes and Mountains with GPS location maps and alerts.

Maine's Lakes and Mountains by the numbers

4,000+ footers
Mountain Peaks
Lakes and Ponds
+Towns and Villages
Square Miles of Adventure
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