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    Maine Rental Cars

    Start checking quotes in Maine to find a great deal for your next rental with us. We work with the most trusted car rental providers in Maine, and now you can look at prices side-by-side, all in one place. Travelers can get airport and train station pick-up options and several additional office locations in popular cities like Portland, Bangor, and Bar Harbor. Thinking about a one-way car rental? You can pick it up in Portland and drop it off in Massachusetts.

    By having a rental car in Maine, there's nothing off-limits. With so much to discover and do, you'll be happy you're in charge of your agenda and allow for some improvisation. From economy to full-size sport utility vehicles and vans, we've got the perfect vehicle for all of your desires. Reserve and save on your car with USA Rental Cars today.

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    We partner with rental car providers in all 50 states in the United States. If you are getting ready for a flight, arriving by train, or perhaps seeking a rental car for a road trip, we have a practical pick-up location for you. Work with the rating form near the top of the page to discover significantly lower rentals in Maine from these providers and more.

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    Maine has many cultural institutions. One of the most notable museums in the state is the Portland Museum of Art, an important collection of American paintings from the 19th century. One of its main tourist attractions is Acadia National Park, which spans much of Mont Desert Island. In Baxter State Park, Mount Katahdin is the northern terminus of the Appalachian National Route, which runs south to Georgia. Also of note is the Roosevelt Campobello International Park. The coastline and inland lakes and the rivers and mountains of Maine provide great opportunities for swimming, rowing, hiking, fishing, and hunting. The state also has a good number of ski resorts. Maine's main elevations are in the White Mountains region, which extends into New Hampshire and Vermont. Much of the area is made up of tough granite, like Mount Katahdin. The Longfellow Mountains constitute the most important orographic chain.

    Visit Portland - The city is home to three North American minor league teams. The Portland Sea Dogs, an affiliate team of the Boston Red Sox, play at Hadlock Field. They feature the Maine Celtics team from the NBA Development League, an affiliate of the Boston Celtics who play their games at the Portland Exposition Building. Another team present in the city is the Maine Mariners of the East Coast Hockey League affiliates of the Boston Bruins, who play at home at the Cumberland County Civic Center. The city center and Old Port have a great concentration of places to eat, in addition to those that exist throughout the peninsula. Portland is ranked among the cities in the United States with the most restaurants per capita. According to the Maine Restaurant Association, the city has about 250 restaurants. Portland has also built a good reputation for the quality of its food and restaurants. In 2007, the city was chosen as one of the three finalists for "Tastiest Destination of the Year" at the Food Network Awards. Several local chefs have gained notoriety in recent years.

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    Visit Bar Harbor - Bar Harbor is a town located in Hancock County in the US state of Maine. The 2010 Census had a population of 5,235 inhabitants and a population density of 32.02 people per km². The two most impressive spots in Acadia are Sand Beach and Cadillac Point. Sand Beach is a cove surrounded by trees that will take you a short time to visit. The water is crystal clear, like in the Caribbean, and is surrounded by trees. From the beach itself, you will already see the cliffs that are there when you do the Ocean View route since the perspective is perfect. The great peculiarity of this beach is that the sand is made of shells, which is very rare for being in a cold climate. Instead of a boardwalk, a tour called the Shore Path takes you across the bay. It is wonderful, and it is also short. It practically ends at Bar Island, which, as I said, can be reached on foot and begins near the pier and Grant Park.

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    Visit Rockland - Rockland is a city located in Knox County in the US state of Maine. The 2010 Census had a population of 7,297 inhabitants and a population density of 186.95 people per km². Rockland is a city of about 7,000 people located in Maine's Knox County. It is the county seat, the departure point for the Maine State Ferry Service, and a popular tourist destination. Mainly due to the shipbuilding and lime industries, the city developed rapidly, but other successful businesses were here over the years. Stroll through Rockland Breakwater and Lighthouse and admire the beauty of this place. The road is a bit bumpy, so make sure to wear the right shoes and watch where you step. A historical event takes place each year during the first week of August, over the course of five days. Attend the Maine Lobster Festival, which attracts thousands of visitors, offering them fresh local lobster and other types of seafood, carnival rides, entertainers, entertainers, and much more.

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