Maine is not only the most beautiful place in the world to get married (maybe we’re a little biased), but it also has gorgeous and private places to get get engaged.

Here is a list of our top 5 favorite places in Maine to pop the big question.

Cadillac Mountain

Imagine getting down on one knee as the sun rises across the Atlantic at the most Eastern place in the country. It is a stunning view at any time of year. With vehicle access it is the most beautiful and private mountaintop location that you can get to without a full hike up a mountain.

Cadillac Mountain Engagement<br><a href= target=_blank>Hailey Tash Photography</a>


Kettle Cove

If you prefer the sunset, keep Kettle Cove on your list. Share a lobster roll at the Lobster Shack and enjoy the view and the serene ocean view while you reflect on the amazing relationship you’ve had and what’s to come.

Kettle Cove Engagement<br><a href= target=_blank>A Love Supreme Photography</a>

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

The gardens are new but quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most stunning and romantic places to get away from it all. The sweet smell of flowers and bright colors set a perfect background for an engagement and surprise engagement photo session.

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens Wedding<br><a href= target=_blank>Cuppa Photography</a>

Baxter State Park

If finding your perfect moment is what you are waiting for as couple and want a proposal that is completely unique, plan a trip to Baxter State Park. There are a thousand perfect overlooks and moments of natural beauty that set the stage for a romantic moment.

Baxter State Park Wedding<br><a href= target=_blank>Alexandra Daley-Clark Photography</a>

Thunder Hole, Acadia National Park

Another Acadia National Park location, Thunder Hole is the perfect place to make a more dramatic proposal. With crashing waves and booming ocean sounds, it will make a huge impression. If you are comfortable proposing in front of dozens of tourists and want a standing ovation, this is the spot for you.

Thunder Hole Acadia National Park<br><a href= target=_blank>David Roossein Photography</a>

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