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Of Touristic Interest in Maine

5 of touristic interest in Maine

Of Touristic Interest in Kingman
Locomotive Park
This small park is opposite the Route 66 Museum and has one of the most interesting attractions in Kingman. You will find the locmotora Santa Fe, a myth from the Wild West. I do not know the exact measurements, but I assure you it is at least 4m tall. It is a real chunk of iron. Take a photo of yourself in front it before heading along the famous highway.
Of Touristic Interest in Tremont
Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse
Located in southwest Mount Desert Island in Acadia National Park (Maine) is one the most famous lighthouses in the United States (a photo of it was actually chosen to be in on the national park's entrance pass in 2011). Accessible by car, you can visit between 9 am until sunset. There is a schedule though to keep people from disrupting the Coast Guard. I would recommend going at the end of the day, right before the sun sets. To the right there's a path that will take you to the lighthouse, but the most interesting path (to the left) is the one that leads to the cliff where you can take excellent photos.
Of Touristic Interest in Carmel
Sunset in Carmel
The city is a popular tourist spot, tiny and charming. Go to the huge, beautiful beach at the end of the day to relax and watch the sun dip straight into the sea. Beautiful view, and you'll see the beach full of people playing with their dogs!
Of Touristic Interest in Millinocket
Mount Katahdin
The ice caves were really neat to see in the summer, great camping!
Of Touristic Interest in Lubec