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A string of charming fishing villages dots the southeastern stretch of mid-coast Maine, an area where locals and visitors alike enjoy the year-round outdoorsy lifestyle typical of the Pine Tree State. Fishing, hiking, sailing, kayaking, and biking are just a few of the ways you can immerse yourself in the scenery. Less than 10 miles away, in Camden Hills State Park, you?ll find Bald Rock Trail, which was hailed by Departures magazine as one of the most scenic walks in the world. The half-mile hike eventually reaches an elevation of 1,100 feet. A number of niche museums are scattered throughout the coastal towns. The Owls Head Transportation Museum in nearby Rockland displays vintage sports cars, airplanes, 19th-century bicycles, and horse-drawn segways. The Farnsworth Art Museum, meanwhile, showcases indigenous Maine artists and artwork depicting the nation?s most northeasterly state. Among the museum?s most notable holdings are Winslow Homer's New England Coast?Sailing Ships in Harbor and several works by Andrew Wyeth. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.