Maine lobster is perhaps the one thing most people know about this wonderful state. We always hear about the beautiful lobster, crab cakes, and Maine coast, but the state is so full of parks, woods, and zip lining tours that you will certainly find plenty of recreation besides the coast to enjoy.

The Atlantic Ocean provides luxury coastal resorts, with historic inns, beds and breakfasts, and fishing. For those who travel deeper into Maine they will find the North Woods Forest for zip lining, boating on a variety of patchwork lakes, and fresh blueberries.

Main State Museum in the capital provides a history of the wild region that is a part of the very fabric of Maine. From Portland it is possible to take weekend tours of the surrounding countryside like the beaches at Ogunquit and Kennebunk to the north woods with zip lines at Mount Katahdin.

Baxter State Park is a haven for skiing in winter and zip line tours in summer. Eating and drinking can be complete with wines made from nearby vineyards and fresh seafood.

Maine certainly takes their outdoor activities and forested resorts seriously by offering spas, golfing, and plenty of treks through the wilderness like zip lining.