Destination: Maine Meeting & Event Planning City Guide
By Jane Simon Ammeson
April 30, 2012
The four-season allure of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, with their stunning mountains, lakes, seacoasts, woodlands, historic inns and commitment to locally grown farm-to-table foods, creates the perfect backdrop for meetings. Here, among winding mountain roads, 18th-century villages and bustling cities, history, scenery and culture intersect.
By Jessie Fetterling
August 29, 2011
Fried chicken. Pecan-crusted catfish. Fried green tomatoes. And fried pieces of cornbread or, as they call them down south, hoe cakes. Each mouthwatering bite teases the palate just as much as the last and is more than enough reason to visit Georgia, which is about as close as it gets to the heart and soul of southern cooking.
By Nikki Gloudeman
April 20, 2011
There’s something about New England that conjures up a vivid idea in people’s minds, of colonial homes, a glittering blue waterfront, lighthouses standing watch over the sea, quaint inns and B&Bs and, of course, colorful fall foliage. Its singular beauty has been captured in countless photos, which have launched countless fantasies of an enchanted getaway or meeting.
Learn about Maine for Event Venues, Services & Meeting Destinations
Maine’s vast stretches of untouched land, rocky coastline, dense patches of forest and—of course—assortment of lighthouses inspire an immediate sense of calm and wonder. The state is filled with striking 19th-century architecture, old-fashioned main streets and such natural excursions as Acadia National Park, the second-most visited national park in the country. Maine is home to several top-rate venues, and towns of all sizes offering an array of attractions and allures.