10 Best Places to Visit in Maine, USA | Travel Video | Travel Guide | SKY Travel

10 Best Places to Visit in Maine, USA | Travel Video | Travel Guide | SKY Travel

Real Estate Tips:
Investing in real estate is one way to earn a return on your money as long as you choose your property wisely and purchase at a fair price. You can purchase a home and sell it when it increases in value. You can also purchase rental properties that provide you with an income, although you must deal with the headaches of being a landlord. Investing in real estate investment trusts (REITs) is another way to invest in real estate without having to actually own a physical property. Make sure that any money you invest is done so with a specific goal in mind. If you just want to preserve capital and beat inflation a little, stick with money markets and bonds. If you are saving for retirement far in advance, look for growth stocks. If you want income streams, look for dividend stocks and real estate income trusts.

3 Popular Attractions In Maine

  • Desert of Maine: Campground in Freeport, Maine.
  • Maine Facts

    • Former President George Bush has a summer home in Kennebunkport.
    • Located in Thorndike Village, the Bryant Stove Works and Museum displays an eclectic collection of antique cast iron stoves, parlor heaters, roadsters and touring cars. In addition, the museum features antique layer pianos, pipe organs and music boxes, calliopes, nickelodeons, and hurdy-gurdys.
    • Maine’s highest mountain is Mt. Katahdin with a 5,268-foot elevation.
    • Maine produces 90% of the country’s toothpick supply.
    Maine counties
    County name County seat Year founded Population
    2020 Census
    Percent of total Area (sq. mi.) Percent of total
    Androscoggin Auburn 1854 111,139 8.16% 497 1.44%
    Aroostook Houlton 1839 67,105 4.93% 6,829 19.76%
    Cumberland Portland 1760 303,069 22.25% 1,217 3.52%
    Franklin Farmington 1838 29,456 2.16% 1,744 5.05%
    Hancock Ellsworth 1789 55,478 4.07% 1,522 4.40%
    Kennebec Augusta 1799 123,642 9.08% 951 2.75%
    Knox Rockland 1860 40,607 2.98% 1,142 3.30%
    Lincoln Wiscasset 1760 35,237 2.59% 700 2.03%
    Oxford Paris 1805 57,777 4.24% 2,175 6.29%
    Penobscot Bangor 1816 152,199 11.17% 3,556 10.29%
    Piscataquis Dover-Foxcroft 1838 16,800 1.23% 4,377 12.67%
    Sagadahoc Bath 1854 36,699 2.69% 370 1.07%
    Somerset Skowhegan 1809 50,477 3.71% 4,095 11.85%
    Waldo Belfast 1827 39,607 2.91% 853 2.47%
    Washington Machias 1790 31,095 2.28% 3,255 9.42%
    York Alfred 1636 211,972 15.56% 1,271 3.68%
    Total counties: 16 Total 2020 population: 1,362,359 Total state area: 34,554 square miles (89,494km2)

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    10 Best Places to Visit in Maine, USA | Travel Video | Travel Guide | SKY Travel
    Maine
    US State
    Maine, the northeasternmost U.S. state, is known for its rocky coastline, maritime history and nature areas like the granite and spruce islands of Acadia National Park. Moose are plentiful in Baxter State Park, home to Mt. Katahdin, endpoint of the Appalachian Trail. Lighthouses such as the candy-striped beacon at West Quoddy Head, dot the coast, as do lobster shacks and sandy beaches like Ogunquit and Old Orchard. ― Google

    Augusta
    City in Maine
    Augusta is the capital city of Maine. Beside the Kennebec River, Old Fort Western is an 18th-century wooden fort, with a recreated general store. Exhibits at the Maine State Museum trace local and natural history. Blaine House, the state governor's residence, and the domed 19th-century Maine State House are next to the riverside Capitol Park. Southeast, trails wind through trees and gardens at Viles Arboretum. ― Google