Just a few mouse clicks and you can be wandering around Maine.
NOTE: Webcams are notoriously fickle because of their exposure to weather, so check back if any of these listed below is not currently active.
Sebago Lake Area -- Three webcams with different views. Includes a cam you can move by remote to view the activity at the Naples causeway. See if you can catch it when the bridge is up for that authentic traffic-backed-up-for-a-mile travel experience.
Eagle Cam -- Watch a nesting pair of Bald Eagles hatch and raise their
family on the coast of Maine. Single images, plus live video and a blogger report to update and inform. View archival images the rest
of the year. Also visit
Presque Isle -- The Crown of Maine. This is a gem. Don't miss the movie "Snow Storm of March 9, 2005" . Phantom cars and people, shrinking roads. Could be a Monty Python classic. And answer the survey about your favorite Aroostook County treat.
Cape Porpoise Harbor Cam -- Great highlights section here. And a penguin dope slap just begging for a caption.
Sebec Lake -- Click around for some great pix and a sunrise over the lake video. Mike's quote "see what's going on at Sebec Lake, Maine... probably nothing... but isn't that nice....
Fort Kent -- This is our favorite night cam. You can see the cars moving past. And occasionally other things as well.
Houlton -- Another good night time cam. And check out the First Snow of the Season shots.
Kennebunkport Beach -- If there's no current image on the screen, take the 360 degree virtual tour.
Portland -- Harbor Cam
Portland -- Sky Cam. Also three other cams in rotating, but not predictable, sequence -- Raymond, Augusta, and Old Orchard Beach.
The Lobster Cam -- Trapped. From the lobster's viewpoint.
Goat Island Lighthouse -- Run by the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust. Great section on the history of Goat Island Lighthouse.
Walker's Point, Kennebunkport -- Sunrise panorama at the presidential summer home.
Kittery Point Harbor -- Just as if you were standing in the dock.
Gooch's Creek -- Panorama of the creek. Lush and green in the quiet of a summer afternoon.
Monticello, Maine -- like standing on the porch looking over the back forty. You never know what or who will wander through.
Mars Hill Wind Farm -- Are they industrial machinery or 21st century sculptures?
Jackman, Maine -- Moose and humans seem to be show up in about equal numbers here in the western mountains.