Above: Maine Sunset Wallpaper from Acadia National Park.
Scroll down for a bright selection of images from Maine's National parks, state parks, cities, villages, harbors, and other local destinations. Use this page as an overview of the state of Maine, or to help you pick your favorite places to go when you get here.
Below: Boats off the coast of Rockport.
1. Maine's official state flower is the White Pine Cone and Tassel.
2. Maine's official state tree is the White Pine.
3. Maine 's official state bird is the Chickadee.
4. Roughly 40 percent of the state of Maine is covered in pine forests.
5. Maine is divided into five geographical regions: Inland accounts for nearly 90 percent of the state's total land area. The four southern regions are South Coast, Mid Coast, Downeast Acadia, and Sunrise Coast.
6. The state of Maine is home to 36 State Parks and one National Park.
7. The coast of Maine has 65 historical light houses still standing.
8. The Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth is Maine's oldest existing light house, constructed in 1791.
9. The state of Maine is America's top producer of wild blueberries.
10. The ten largest cities in Maine (by population size) are
in that order.
Above: A sublime view of the Bass Harbor light house at sunset.
Here is an alphabetical list of all eight accredited universities in the state of Maine:
Below: The docks overlooking Kennebunkport.
Above: A sidewalk art festival in Bangor.
Above: Ogunquit, Perkins Cove.
Above: Orchard Beach.
Above: Downtown Portland.
Above: Sunset Wallpaper - A bird flies over Saint Louis Church in Auburn.
Above: A quaint little village built into the rocky coastline.
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Universities and PhD Programs in Maine and other U.S. states, plus Washington DC.