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03 PlanningYourVisitCVB2019

03 PlanningYourVisitCVB2019

Keywords: tourism

BangorPLANNING YOUR VISIT Planning Your Visit
International
Airport PHOTOS: (LEFT) BANGOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (TOP) ED TROSCIANIEC; (RIGHT) NEW ENGLAND OUTDOOR CENTERPOPULATIONSMOKING
Bangor: 32,817 Because we care about our children,
FLY TO BGR and land closer to Maine: 1,329,192 (2012 Census Est.) Bangor was the first city in the U.S. to ban
all Maine has to offer. Acadia smoking in vehicles carrying passengers
National Park, Bar Harbor, PLACES OF WORSHIP under the age of 18. Most public places,
and Katahdin Woods & Waters, Please visit our website for a listing of including all restaurants and bars, are also
Maine’s new national monument, places to worship in the Greater Bangor smoke free.
are all within easy reach. Region. www.VisitBangorMaine.com
BGR is a “user-friendly” airport ALCOHOL
with convenient services, more RELOCATION You should know that…
than 25 daily flights and rental For all your relocating needs, please Legal drinking age in Maine is 21;
cars on site. Let BGR welcome give the Greater Bangor CVB a call or
you to Maine. Visit us at contact the Bangor Region Chamber of identification is required.
FlyBangor.com. Commerce at 207- 947-0307 or Hours of legal service are 6 AM to 1 AM.
www.BangorRegion.com. Maine has a strict OUI policy that

SEAT BELTS makes it a crime to operate a motor
To keep our drivers and passengers safe, vehicle if your blood alcohol level is
Maine requires seat belts for all ages, 0.08 or higher.
with special rules for children.
BORDER CROSSINGS
DISTRACTED DRIVING Passport regulations that were effective
Texting and driving is illegal in Maine; in June 2009 now require visitors
with a minimum $250 fine. crossing the U.S./Canadian border by
land to have either a valid passport card
or regular passport. If traveling by air

AVERAGE HIGH/LOW TEMPERATURES ˚F

JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
27˚/ 8˚ 30˚/ 11˚ 40˚/ 22˚ 52˚/ 33˚ 65˚/ 43˚ 74˚/ 53˚ 79˚/ 58˚ 78˚/ 57˚ 69˚/ 48˚ 57˚/ 38˚ 44˚/ 29˚ 33˚/ 14˚

4 207-947-5205 | 800-91-MOOSE

For more detailed information INFORMATION CENTERS PLANNING YOUR VISIT
on planning your stay, visit us at
VisitBangorMaine.com or call Bangor International Airport
800-91-MOOSE (800-916-6673). 287 Godfrey Boulevard, Bangor
207-992-4600
or sea, visitors must possess a valid Cyr Bus Line www.visitbangormaine.com
passport—the passport card is not valid 207-827-2335 | 800-244-2335 or www.flybangor.com
for this type of travel. Please refer to the www.cyrbustours.com
U.S. Passport Services Bureau for more Greyhound Bus Lines Greater Bangor Convention
information on border crossing policies: 207-945-3000 • www.greyhound.com & Visitors Bureau
1-877-4USAPPT or online at www. 330 Harlow Street, Bangor
travel.state.gov. TRANSPORTATION 207-947-5205 • 800-91-MOOSE
www.visitbangormaine.com
TRAVEL AND DRIVING INFORMATION BANGOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
For travel and road conditions, Hampden North
call 800-675-7453. 207-992-4600 • www.flybangor.com I-95 North, Hampden
Bangor International Airport brings you 207-862-6628
AIRPORT close to Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor,
Mt. Katahdin, and popular Maine attractions. Rental cars Hampden South
Bangor International Airport are available on site. BGR is convenient, friendly, and easy I-95 South, Hampden
287 Godfrey Boulevard to use. BGR is served by Allegiant, Delta, American and 207-862-6638
www.flybangor.com United (seasonally) through major hubs with connections
207-992-4600 | 866-FLY-BANGOR to the world. See ad back cover Maine Tourism Information
Concord Coach Lines 888-624-6345
CAR RENTAL COMPANIES 800-639-3317 • www.concordcoachlines.com www.visitmaine.com
Alamo, Avis, Budget, Darling’s, Cyr Bus Line / Northstar Tours www.mainetourism.com
Downeast Toyota Rental, Enterprise, 800-244-2335 • www.cyrbustours.com
Hertz, and National WATCH FOR MOOSE AND DEER
DARLINGS They are very large and
BUS SERVICE
Community Connector 800-400-1330 • www.darlings.com hard-to-see at night. They can
Darling’s in Bangor, Augusta, and Ellsworth has the cars, usually be seen by the roads in
481 Maine Avenue, 207-992-4670 trucks, vans and SUV’s to meet your rental needs. Our fleet early morning or around dusk.
www.bangormaine.gov includes fuel efficient, economy cars, luxury cars, convert-
ibles, crossover vehicles, trucks, seven/twelve passenger PLEASE KEEP ALERT!
The Community Connector provides vans, and more. Darling’s is here to take care of all the
scheduled transportation throughout details so you don’t have to. See ad page 35 VisitBangorMaine.com 5
Bangor, Old Town, Veazie, Orono,
and Hampden. The bus makes regular DOWNEAST TOYOTA RENTAL
stops at the airport and in Pickering
Square in downtown Bangor. 866-613-8737
www.downeasttoyotarental.com
Concord Coach Lines For business or leisure Downeast Toyota’s Rent A Car
207-945-4000 | 800-639-3317 (TRAC) division has the right rental car to get you back on
www.concordcoachlines.com the road. Our large selection of current models meets the
demands of any lifestyle and schedule. See ad page 11

THE CAT: BAR HARBOR, MAINE TO
YARMOUTH, NOVA SCOTIA

877-762-7245
www.ferries.ca/thecat
The fastest way to get from Maine to Nova Scotia, the
high-speed CAT ferry takes you between Bar Harbor and
Yarmouth in just 3.5 hours. With plenty of onboard ameni-
ties and knowledgeable staff and crew, the journey is more
than just fast, it’s a way to discover the Atlantic en route.
See ad page 21


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