48 Hours In

Boothbay, Damariscotta + Wiscasset

July 2016

By: Susan Pritzker

After rainy weather for what feels like weeks, the sun is shining, and I have a case of spring fever. This weekend road trip can’t come fast enough.

Account Manager, Susan Pritzker

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July 2016

By: Kevin Thomas

Publisher, Kevin Thomas and Wellness Editor Dr. Lisa Belisle

Read more: Ogunquit


Belgrade Lakes

July 2016

By: Joel Kuschke

When I heard I would be spending a weekend in the Belgrade Lakes, I reached out to my old friend, river guide Taylor Steeves. Taylor has always had a passion for the Maine outdoors and a great sense of adventure, and I couldn’t think of a better person to help me chase down the best of this rustic region.

Production Manager, Joel Kuschke

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Belfast & Lincolnville

June 2016

By: Susan Gristanti

I have the most excellent 48HRS partner road-tripping with me, one of my best friends—developer, hotelier, and restaurateur Tim Harrington. We both love discovery, good food and drink, art, shopping, and Maine towns. Belfast and Lincolnville, here we come!

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Kennebunk + Kennebunkport

June 2016

By: Rebecca Falzano

It’s been four years since my last 48HRS in these seaside towns. That was pre-parenthood; this time my husband, Steve, and I will have our three-year-old daughter with us. I’m looking forward to some quality family time in a place that’s both familiar and constantly changing.

Read more: Kennebunk + Kennebunkport


Camden + Rockport

May 2016

By: Kelly Chase

As I drive up I-295 North, the snowflakes are thick, sliding off my windshield and sticking to the roadside. The drive is slow, but there’s something exhilarating about driving north for a weekend of adventure.

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Rockland, Thomaston + Port Clyde

May 2016

By: Emma Wilson

I always think the midcoast is farther away than it is. It’s an hour and a half from my home in Portland—that’s less time than my former New Jersey-to-New York City commute, and the scenery is a whole lot prettier.

Emma Wilson | Art Collector Maine

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