Make the most of your next trip to Maine and add a fun run adventure to the mix. Below we’ve got those that have been announced for 2023. If we’ve missed any, don’t hesitate to let us know!
Maine Run Retreats
April & May
Adventures in Wellness Maine – Camden Hills Women’s Running Retreat – April 28 – May 2, 2023 & May 3 -7, 2023
While Camden Hills State Park may be home of the Megunticook 50K, your time at this retreat will include five guided trail runs to enjoy vistas over lake and ocean, stretches of soft piney trail, and some technical terrain for good measure.
Aire Libre – Acadia, Maine w/ Mirna Valerio – June 16 – 19, 2023
This is more than just a restorative run retreat featuring scenic vistas, deep lakes, picturesque cliffs, and ocean views. Beyond those world-class trails lies swimming in freshwater Echo Lake, wine-tasting fun at the Bar Harbor Cellar, a soul-stirring sunrise at Mount Cadillac, and much more.
Move Free Designs – Acadia Running Retreat – June 16 – 19, 2023
Move Free Design’s 4-day run retreat uses the College of the Atlantic’s campus as its home base. Over the Friday through Monday retreat, you’ll have the chance to run the Shore Path, summit local mountains, take on the West Side, and eat your share of s’mores by the campfire.
Daily mileage ranges from three to 22 miles, with elevation gains of up to 3,000′ on Saturday and Sunday. More than just the mileage, there are also opportunities for yoga, hikes, swimming, and more ways to enjoy summertime in Maine.
Rise Run Retreat – Fall Retreat – Kennebunkport, Maine – September 21 – 24, 2023
Sign off from the summer heat and get yourself ready for a fruitful fall with with this four-day run retreat in Maine. Set by a tidal estuary of the Kennebunk River, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more scenic run retreat.
Adventures in Wellness Maine – Acadia Women’s Running Retreat – October 4 – 8, 2023
Enjoy five runs and four nights at one of the most visited national parks in the country. Acadia National Park is famous for having the the highest rocky highland on the Atlantic coast. On runs between four and 15 miles long, you’ll take in views of Penobscot Bay, glassy ponds reflecting the surrounding mountains and deep quiet woods. .
Other Run Retreats Throughout The U.S.
Curious what other sorts of run adventures and run retreats you can find throughout the U.S.? Check out our list of U.S. run travel experiences here.