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  1. Buxton (Maine)


  2. Standish

    Standish is a town in the Lakes and Mountains region of Maine. It includes the villages of Standish Corner, Sebago Lake Village, and Steep Falls, and the localities known as Richville, Standish Neck, and Two Trails.

  3. Waterboro (Maine)

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  4. Gorham (Maine)

    Located about 25 minutes outside of Portland, Gorham is a town of about 16,000 inhabitants on an area of about 50.3 square miles.

  5. Biddeford

    Biddeford is a city located in southern Maine. It was once a booming town full of textile mills, the service and manufacturing industries are the major city employers.



  6. Saco
  7. Kennebunk

    Kennebunk is a town in southern Maine. It is closely associated with Kennebunkport.

  8. Old Orchard Beach

    Old Orchard Beach is a city in the Southern Coast region of Maine.

  9. Sanford (Maine)

    Sanford is a small town is southern Maine. It includes the village of Springvale.



  10. Arundel (Maine)
  11. Frye Island
  12. Westbrook (Maine)
  13. Kennebunkport

    Kennebunkport is a coastal town in southern Maine. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state.

  14. Windham (Maine)
  15. Scarborough (Maine)


  16. Wells (Maine)
  17. Portland (Maine)

    Portland is located on a peninsula in Casco Bay on the Southern Maine coast approximately 100 miles (161 km) north of Boston, Massachusetts. It has more than 65,000 inhabitants making it the largest city in Maine.

  18. South Portland
  19. Ogunquit

    Ogunquit is a seacoast town in Maine. The name is the Algonquin Indian word for "beautiful place by the sea".

  20. Falmouth (Maine)
  21. Little Diamond Island

    Little Diamond Island is an island located in Casco Bay in Maine and part of the city of Portland.

  22. Cape Elizabeth

    Cape Elizabeth is an upscale community about 5 miles southeast of Portland, Maine on the Southern Maine coast. Its centerpiece is the 90 acre Fort Williams bought by the town in 1964.

  23. Peaks Island
  24. Great Diamond Island

    Great Diamond Island is an island located in Casco Bay in Maine and part of the city of Portland.

  25. Long Island (Maine)

    thumb|right|480px|Lobster boat Hattie Rose from Long Island, Maine (picture at dock in Portland, Maine)

  26. Yarmouth (Maine)
  27. York (Maine)

    York is a town on the Southern Coast in Maine. It includes the villages of York Beach, York Harbor, and Cape Neddick.

  28. Bridgton
  29. Casco Bay

    Casco Bay is a region in Greater Portland, Maine. There are several islands of interest in this region.

  30. Cliff Island
  31. Dover (New Hampshire)

    Dover is a city in New Hampshire, United States. Settled in 1623, it pre-dates the founding of America and is the 7th oldest city in the country.

  32. Poland (Maine)

    Poland is a town in Androscoggin County in the US state of Maine. It Includes the village of East Poland.

  33. Chebeague Island

    Chebeague Island is an island and town located in Casco Bay about 10 miles from Portland.

  34. Kittery

    Kittery is a small town in Maine, directly across from the New Hampshire border, that features a number of outlet stores.

  35. Freeport (Maine)

    Freeport is just north of Portland in Maine and hosts the headquarters of L.L Bean.

  36. Portsmouth (New Hampshire)

    Portsmouth is the third oldest city in the USA and is prominent in New Hampshire's seacoast region.

  37. Fryeburg

    Fryeburg is a rural town that lies near the New Hampshire/Maine border.

  38. Durham (New Hampshire)

    Durham is a town in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire. Durham is the home of the University of New Hampshire.

  39. Bailey Island
  40. Norway (Maine)
  41. Auburn (Maine)
  42. Wolfeboro
  43. Lewiston (Maine)

    Lewiston is a city in Androscoggin County, in the central Maine region of Maine.

  44. Conway (New Hampshire)
  45. Lisbon (Maine)

    Lisbon is in Androscoggin County, in the Lakes and Mountains region of Maine.

  46. Alton (New Hampshire)
  47. Paris (Maine)

    Paris is a small town in Maine on the Saco River. It is often referred to as South Paris.

  48. North Conway

    North Conway is a city in the White Mountains region of New Hampshire.

  49. Brunswick (Maine)

    Brunswick is a coastal city in Maine along the Androscoggin River. It is home to Bowdoin College.

  50. Hampton (New Hampshire)

    Hampton is a city in New Hampshire along the coast. It includes the small village of Hampton Beach, a popular tourist spot.

  51. Exeter (New Hampshire)
  52. Barnstead
  53. Seabrook (New Hampshire)
  54. Deerfield (New Hampshire)
  55. Glen
  56. Jackson (New Hampshire)

    Jackson is a village in the White Mountain National Forest and Mount Washington Valley region in New Hampshire.

  57. Phippsburg

    Phippsburg is a coastal town and popular beach destination in Sagadahoc County on Maine's Mid Coast. The town includes some of the best beaches in the area.

  58. Salisbury (Massachusetts)
  59. Gilford
  60. Moultonboro

    Moultonboro (also spelled Moultonborough) is in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire.

  61. Amesbury (Massachusetts)
  62. Bethel (Maine)

    Bethel is a town in western Maine. It is near the White Mountain National Forest and home to Sunday River ski resort.

  63. Bath (Maine)

    Bath is a city in Maine on the Kennebec River. It has always been a center for shipbuilding and still builds ships at Bath Iron Works.

  64. Newburyport

    Newburyport is a lovely coastal town in Massachusetts] at the mouth of the Merrimack River. It is a popular tourist destination because of its beautiful natural areas, water activities and fine dining.

  65. Newbury (Massachusetts)

    Newbury is a town in the North Shore in Massachusetts. It includes the villages of Old Town (Newbury Center), Plum Island and Byfield.

  66. Laconia

    Laconia is a city in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. It includes the villages of Lakeport and Weirs Beach.

  67. West Newbury

    West Newbury is a small town in northeastern Massachusetts about 40 miles north of Boston.

  68. Meredith
  69. White Mountain National Forest

    The White Mountain National Forest, located in New Hampshire and Maine is a wonderful place to visit. Spectacular views and a full range of outdoor activities are available.

  70. Plaistow

    Plaistow is a town in southern New Hampshire, just north of Haverhill, Massachusetts.

  71. Peru (Maine)

    Peru is a town in Oxford County, part of River Valley (Maine) in the Lakes and Mountains region of Maine.

  72. Rowley
  73. Dixfield

    Dixfield is a town in Oxford County, part of River Valley (Maine) in the Lakes and Mountains region of Maine.

  74. Rumford (Maine)

    Rumford is a city in the River Valley area of the Lakes and Mountains region of Maine.

  75. Rockport (Massachusetts)

    Rockport is a town in Massachusetts on Cape Ann. The town, once famous for granite production, got its start as an artist colony in the late 1800s.

  76. Groveland (Massachusetts)

    Groveland is a town in Essex County, in the Merrimack Valley region in the northeast of Massachusetts.

  77. Mexico (Maine)

    Mexico is a town in Oxford County, part of River Valley (Maine) in the Lakes and Mountains region of Maine.

  78. Ipswich (Massachusetts)
  79. Haverhill (Massachusetts)
  80. New Hampshire

    New Hampshire is a state in New England in the north east of the United States of America. Noted for its terse and independent inhabitants and cold winters, New Hampshire has much natural beauty.

  81. Waterville Valley

    Waterville Valley is a resort town in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Waterville Valley attracts many visitors in the winter months with alpine skiing at Waterville Valley Resort and many miles of trails for cross-country skiing.

  82. Gorham (New Hampshire)

    Gorham is a town on the northern edge of the White Mountains region of New Hampshire.

  83. Essex (Massachusetts)

    Essex is a town in on Cape Ann in the North Shore region of Massachusetts. Settled by direct descendants of the Mayflower passengers in the early 1600s, it was later world-renowned as North America's fishing schooner construction center.

  84. Gloucester (Massachusetts)

    Gloucester is a city in Massachusetts. One of the country's oldest settlements, established in 1623, it serves as America's oldest seaport.

  85. Boothbay Harbor
  86. Hamilton (Massachusetts)

    Hamilton is a North Shore city in Massachusetts. Hamilton is closely tied to its sister town, Wenham, sharing a school system, library, recreation department and commuter rail station.

  87. Holderness
  88. Tilton (New Hampshire)

    Tilton is a small city in the state of New Hampshire in New England that offers numerous hotels, places to eat, and gas stations to refuel.

  89. Wiscasset
  90. Hooksett

    Hooksett is a town in the Merrimack Valley in south-central New Hampshire, United States located along Interstate 93.

  91. Mount Washington State Park
  92. Salem (New Hampshire)
  93. Concord (New Hampshire)

    Concord is the capital city of New Hampshire, a state in New England.

  94. Edgecomb
  95. Boxford (Massachusetts)
  96. Topsfield
  97. Derry (New Hampshire)
  98. Ashland (New Hampshire)
  99. Manchester (Massachusetts)

    Manchester is a town in Massachusetts. It is also known as Manchester-by-the-Sea.

  100. Wenham

    Wenham is a town in Massachusetts. It is closely tied to its sister town, Hamilton, sharing a school system, library, recreation department, commuter rail station and newspaper.