Here Are The 7 Coolest Small Towns In Maine You May Never Have Heard Of

When considering the best small towns to visit in Maine, there’s a lot to keep in mind! Of course, proximity is important if you’re not looking to travel very far. But, to us, the most important factor is how unique and interesting they might be. And that doesn’t have to mean large, bustling, and popular. In many ways, some of the coolest small towns in Maine are actually quiet and unassuming, a lot like the rest of the state. Here are some of our favorites.

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What are some of your favorite small towns to visit in Maine? Let us know your picks in the comments and give us some thoughts on what to do there!

If cool-factor isn’t high on your list for choosing a place to visit, what about the outdoors? Some of the best trails in the state are in these 7 Maine towns!

Address: Norway Brewing Company, 237 Main St, Norway, ME 04268, USA
Address: Searsport, ME, USA
Address: Marshall Point Lighthouse, Marshall Point Rd, Port Clyde, ME 04855, USA
Address: Kennebunkport, ME 04046, USA
Address: Kittery, ME, USA
Address: Belfast, ME 04915, USA
Address: Monhegan Island, Monhegan, ME 04852, USA