Get Our FREE Vacation Planner
About the Region
Plan Your Trip
Things to Do
Hiking & Climbing
In the Sky
On the Water
Arts and Culture
Dining and Nightlife
Lighthouses & Sightseeing
Parks & Natural Attractions
Spas, Health & Wellness
Places to Go
WHERE TO STAY
Hotels & Motels
Inns / Bed & Breakfasts
Outdoor Adventure Resorts
Sporting Camps & Wilderness Lodges
Kennebec Explorer Blog
Make Plans to Go Your Own Way
Swine & Stein Oktoberfest
Epic bands. Quirky games. A national music scene. Craft beer. All in Gardiner’s historic downtown! Crisp fall air and vibrant foliage mark...
Fall Sculpture Tour
Art and nature lovers buckle-up and prepare yourselves for a vibrantly colored autumn sculpture tour through the heart of Maine’s Kennebec...
Fall Foliage Tours in the Kennebec Valley
Maine's Kennebec Valley is one of the best places to take in fall's scenic splendor and a great way to cover the region's nearly 5,000...
Where to Stay
The best way to begin your search for a place to stay in Maine’s Kennebec Valley is to figure out what you plan to do and build up from...
Top 4 Scenic Drives
One of the best ways to cover the Kennebec Valley’s nearly 5,000 square miles is by car, and whether you’ve come for world-class outdoor...
Skowhegan Craft Brew Festival
While September may be just around the corner, don’t despair—there’s still plenty of summer fun to be had in Maine's Kennebec Valley! In...
Waterville Creates in the Kennebec Valley
Waterville is known as the cultural epicenter of Mid-Maine. With the attraction of performances by acts like the Charlie Daniels Band in the...
Whitewater Rafting on the Kennebec and Dead Rivers
The waters flowing out into the Kennebec and Dead River, during scheduled releases from May to October, offer an excellent adventure, even...
ATV Riding in the Kennebec Valley
Maine's Kennebec Valley is ATV Country; it's a new world all to itself. Adventure, fun, excitement…all these and maybe even a few more...
Paddling in the Kennebec Valley
Maine is thought of as a state full of trees and forests but with 2,500 lakes and ponds and 5,000 rivers and streams there is plenty of...
Action is the Name of the Game!
As the last snow melts and feeds our Maine waterways, you’re going to want to hightail it to the Upper Kennebec Valley Region and get ready...
Show More ▼
ABOUT THE REGION
PLAN YOUR TRIP
© 2018 Kennebec Valley Tourism Council