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Maine Travel GuideWhen to visit Maine
From its mountains to coastal areas, Maine experiences four diverse seasons. The most popular time to visit is during the warm summer months of July and August; especially in coastal communities. The fewest visitors come during the winter, except in ski areas. Pleasant weather and fall foliage make September a good time to travel through Maine.
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Microtel: Book in Advance to Save 15 Percent
Planners can save with Microtel's advance booking discount, to the tune of 15 percent off the best available rate when you reserve seven days in advance.
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Ski and stay in Maine for as low as $99 per night.
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