The Fairytale Road Trip That’ll Lead You To Some Of Maine’s Most Magical Places

It’s easy to head to a specific destination that we’ve recommended for you, but hopping in the car to go explore without a destination is the best way to find the hidden corners of Maine. In fact, driving through the state is one of the best ways to get to know it better. This road trip features some of the most magical spots we’ve found, but you might be surprised at just what we consider “magical.” Plan a weekend to check it out for a unique excursion. You can click here to get the full driving directions through Google maps.

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Have you been to any of these spots? If you have any tips to share we’d love to read them in the comments. And, of course, let us know what we’ve left off.

If you prefer to find magic in just one place where you can spend some time, we’ve got a great option for you. Poplar Hut is a magical waterfall camping experience in Maine!

Address: 86 Commercial St, Portland, ME 04101, USA
Address: Mackworth Island, Falmouth, ME 04105, USA
Address: Sebago Lake, Maine, USA
Address: Auburn Riverwalk, Auburn, ME 04210, USA
Address: 40 Main St, Damariscotta, ME 04543, USA
Address: The Norumbega Inn, 63 High St, Camden, ME 04843, USA
Address: Deer Isle, ME, USA
Address: Northeast Harbor, ME 04662, USA
Address: Seal Harbor, ME 04675, USA
Address: 191 Main St, Southwest Harbor, ME 04679, USA