June 27, 2019

Instagrammable Maine

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Explore some of Maine’s most photographable scenery, parks, and historical attractions from the lenses of our travel nurses’ cameras. If you’re looking for a travel nurse job that’s far from ordinary, put Maine on your list. In fact, we have openings in small towns tucked deep into the northern-most state and assignments in bigger cities known for food and brew tours, like Portland and Bangor.

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1. Acadia National Park

This is one place loved by our travelers. With plenty of trails and breathtaking views, it’s no surprise. Acadia National Park is situated primarily on Maine’s Mount Desert Island. Think woodlands, rocky beaches, and granite peaks. Be sure to check out the Park’s website for more information on dog-friendly hikes, popular campgrounds, where to park, and much more. Plus, a Cadillac Mountain hike at sunrise catches the first rays of sunlight to hit the United States.


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2. The Maine Food Scene

Maine is becoming very well known for its delectable dishes, and it’s more than just lobster rolls. Of course, the state is packed with the freshest seafood, but you can also expect a lot of hearty Canadian-inspired fare too. Check out this quick guide from The Food Network. Or maybe you’re up for a food tour? Maine’s booming culinary scene is just waiting to be experienced. But it’s more than just food, mainefoodtours.com offers happy hour tours, doggy and me tours, boat tours, and much more.

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Jenn’s experience with Maine seafood

3. Portland Head Lighthouse

Is there anything more quintessentially Maine than a lighthouse? Not only do they make for gorgeous photos, but they have a rich history in the Northeast. In fact, Maine has 65 historic lighthouses dating back to 1791. And yes, there’s a tour for that. Check out the top lighthouses to visit here!

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Ben’s image of the iconic lighthouse

4. The Spookier Side of Maine

Did you know Stephen King called Maine home? Not only that, but places in and around Bangor inspired many scenes and stories. You can experience the spookier side of Bangor; visiting all the places that inspired Stephen King on this tour.

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Lorna’s photo of the fog
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Angie travels to Stephen King’s house

5. The Coast

Perhaps the most stunning photo backdrop is the coast itself. Whether it’s a beach stroll, exploring the islands, or grabbing a lobster roll portside, there’s no doubt the coast of Maine offers breathtaking scenery.

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Wendy’s trip to Kennebunkport


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From Ellsworth to Portland, our travel nurses love Maine. And after looking at their pictures, it’s easy to see why. Discover the iconic state, all the lighthouses, secluded islands, and picturesque towns (hello, Kennebunkport). Check out all of our open travel nurse jobs here and start your Maine adventure!

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