A Little Romance

A Little Romance

The winter months are long, dark and white from the snowy mist. Valentine’s Day gives everyone hope for the snow to melt and spring to...
A Full Year of Adventure

A Full Year of Adventure

Go Your Own Way, All Year-Round All year round there are fun things to do in Maine’s Kennebec Valley. So make a beeline to the region’s...
5 Snowmobile Rides to Remember

5 Snowmobile Rides to Remember

While Maine’s Interconnected Trail System (ITS) has trails that seem to go to the end of the earth and back, they also cover quite a bit of...
A Snowmobiler's Paradise

A Snowmobiler's Paradise

When it comes to snowmobiling, it’s really, really hard to beat Maine: big mountains, endless terrain, an Interconnected Trail System (ITS)...
Waterville's Quarry Road Trails

Waterville's Quarry Road Trails

Quarry Road Trails in Waterville offer visitors winter fun and a world of outdoor recreation all year long. The Quarry Road Recreation Area...
A Family Snowmobile Adventure

A Family Snowmobile Adventure

When the snow flies, my first thought is snowmobiling —the thrill of that first ride of the season. But deciding where to go is often the...
Wintertime Fun in the Kennebec Valley

Wintertime Fun in the Kennebec Valley

It feels appropriate that the snow is falling dizzily outside my office in downtown Skowhegan as I contemplate winter adventures here in the...
Where to Stay

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

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...
Waterville Creates in the Kennebec Valley

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...
Action is the Name of the Game!

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...