Tourism Updates

The Maine Office of Tourism announces the opening of a $2 million Tourism Marketing & Development Recovery program funded through the US Economic Development Administration (EDA) American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Travel, Tourism, and Outdoor Recreation State Grant.
Please join us for a webinar on Friday, February 10, at 11am for an overview of the program guidelines, eligibility requirements, application process and Q&A session with participants.

2022 Q4 – Quarterly Stakeholder Update

Thanks to all who attended the Tourism Industry Stakeholders’ Update  on November 16, 2022. To follow up, or if f you were not able to attend, here are links to the recording and presentations.

More Useful Tools

Look Out for ME is an initiative providing guidance  on how to enjoy the outdoors safely and responsibly, with respect for the land and waters we all love. As more people than ever before venture out to explore the forests, mountains and coastlines that make Maine uniquely Maine, it’s natural that some might not know or may need a reminder of the ins-and-outs of responsible recreation.

Managing Visitor Expectations 

Social Media Best Practices – Marshall Communications has written this guide for social media best practices

COVID-19 Info

The Maine CDC has the most updated information on Domestic and International Travel requirements.

Helpful Links 

  1. The Maine Center for Disease Control & Prevention
  2. The Maine Department of Economic and Community Development 
  3. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention