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Feb 2, 2016

Love ME: Our Favorite Places

Belfast is the coolest, most welcoming town in Maine, and it’s the place I still call home.Cost: How much do you want to spend?Inn on the HarborBob DuchesneContact: 45 Main St., Stonington, ME 04681; (207) 367-2420; innontheharbor.comCan you get there from here: Get on Route 15 and keep driving south until it ends at their front door.Why I love it: This is the way Maine looks on the postcard. It's a working harbor, landing more lobsters than anywhere else in Maine. Stonington is an eclectic place, comfortable being both a fishing village and an artistic community. The Inn is built right over the shoreline, staring out at sensational scenery. A cup of coffee or glass of wine on the deck is absolute heaven. Totally relaxing in any season.Cost: $87-$187 per nightMount BattieChris QuimbyCan you get there from here: Take Route 1 south of Bangor andit’s about a 90 minute drive to Camden Hills State Park and access to Mount Battie.Why I love it: This destination is far enough from my home to feel like I've gotten away, but not so far that my rear end falls asleep during the journey. Ambitious visitors can satiate their consciences with a fairly easy hike to the top, while those wishing to avoid sweat and effort can drive up the ascension. Either way, a clear day will reward you for your efforts as you can stare inspired for hours at the profound simplicity of God's creation.Cost: Day use for Camden Hills State Park is $3 for resident adults, $4.50 for non-resident adults, and $1.50 for senior citizens.Height of LandAimee ThibodeauCan you get there from here: Located in the western Maine mountains on Route 17 in Roxbury, it’s a little bit of a drive but well worth it.Why I love it: I grew up in western Maine, and although I spent most of my teenage years trying to figure out how to get as far away as possible from small town life, I now love and miss the serenity of the mountains. The view is breathtaking any time of year, but comes to life as a sea of green and clear blue waters in the spring and is vibrant with foliage in the fall. I have fond memories of long Sunday drives with my parents and grandparents (never taking the same road home as we took to get there) and stopping along the way to take in the scenery. Pack a picnic and tailgate at the scenic overlook — and don’t forget your camera.Cost: Only the gas it will cost you to drive there.Sebec LakeLaurie CatesCan you get there from here: You can get there from here, but a quick Google search for directions is your best bet depending on which part of the lake you want to get to. It’s about a 90 minute drive from Bangor.Why I love it: I spent many summer days at my grandparent’s camp on Sebec Lake and have fond memories of swimming, fishing and playing along the shore. If you’re not fortunate enough to know someone with a camp on the lake, there are plenty of ways for the public to access the water and experience the area. Public boat launches are located around the lake in Dover-Foxcroft (Greeley’s Landing), Sebec Village (Cove Road), and Bowerbank (Landing Road). Peaks-Kenny State Park lies on the shores of Sebec Lake, offering day visitors and campers a peaceful, wooded setting in which to enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, hiking and picnicking. A sandy swimming beach, staffed by a lifeguard in summer, offers lovely views across Sebec Lake to Borestone Mountain, a 1600-acre nature sanctuary with a summit trail.Cost: There is a nominal entry fee at the state park, but access to the boat landings is free. You also can pay to camp at Peaks Kenny.Roque Bluffs State ParkDick ShawContact: you get there from here: Take Route 1 to Jonesboro or Machias, then 8 miles to land's end. About 90 minutes from Bangor.Why I love it: I love Maine's little secrets, and Roque Bluffs fits the bill. It is close to Route 1 but is also secluded and special. There is nearly a mile of beach to walk, along with woods trails. Plus... (BangorMetro)