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 The Great State of Maine

With 6,000 lakes, 32,000 miles of rivers, 5,000 miles of coast and 17 million acres of forestland, there is plenty of room to experience everything Maine has to offer.

The Maine Coast

With its breathtaking coastal scenery, endless beaches of pure white sand, and quaint New England villages occupy the Maine Coast. You can feast on lobster in the rough or dine at one of the many fine restaurants in the area. Feel free to explore any of the classic lighthouses, rocky shorelines, or secluded harbors with countless opportunities for sailing and swimming to sea kayaking and fishing.

Maine Lakes and Mountains

Big Twig Homes is located in this beautiful area three miles from the world renowned Poland Spring Water Company and 10 minutes from Sebago Lake. The beautiful lakes and mountains of Western Maine provide four very distinct seasons. It is home to all outstanding recreational sports. Enjoy water sports in the summer on the lakes and rivers; fish, hike, camp, bike and golf. In the winter you can alpine or nordic ski and snowmobile in the mountains. Keep an eye out for spectacular wildlife, such as loons, moose, deer and turkey.

The Maine Highlands

Here you will find the most plentiful deer and moose in the state of Maine; more parkland than anywhere else in the state including 200,000 acre Baxter State Park and Moosehead Lake, the largest lake in the Northeast, and Mount Katahdin, the tallest peak in the state. This area is truly an outdoorsman’s paradise, home of the best fishing and hunting in the east.

Aroostook County

In Maine’s largest and northernmost county, you can bike along endless fields of potato blossoms; canoe and fish in one of the areas 2000 rivers, lakes and streams, or cross country ski and snowmobile through a winter wonderland. It’s no surprise people quickly fall in the love with “the county” with its beautiful scenery and down to earth mentality. This is also where Katahdin Cedar Log Homes is located, in a small town called Oakfield 15 miles South of Houlton, Maine where Interstate 95 comes to an end and New Brunswcik, Canda begins.