FOLLOW THE TRAIL TO MAINE’S MIDCOAST. BRING BACK AN EXPERIENCE YOU’LL NEVER FORGET.
M a i n e ’s M i d C o as t
The towns of Maine’s MidCoast region offer a surprising mix of New England tradition and modern eclecticism, and are linked by scenic Coastal Route 1. The region extends from Brunswick, (approximately 20 miles north of Portland) at the southern end, along the coast northeast to Searsport on Penobscot Bay. Long a place of inspiration and beauty, Maine’s coastal towns welcome visitors to watch the action at their working harbors, where private and commercial fishing boats move in and out among pleasure boats, whale-watch cruise boats, day sails, and kayak tours.
Coastal Communities Brunswick is the southern gateway to the MidCoast region. Home to
venerable Bowdoin College, the downtown combines college town charm with sophisticated touches. The Theater Project, tucked behind Maine Street, offers edgy contemporary works when it’s not producing children’s and teen productions. During the summer months, Maine State Music Theatre brings Broadway to the coast and the Bowdoin International Music Festival presents world-class performances of classical music. An outdoor mall hosts a large farmers market and weekly concerts in the gazebo. Next to the mall are Maine Street’s many restaurants and coffee shops, and the museum home of Civil War hero Joshua Chamberlain. To the east is Bath , an historic shipbuilding city, home to Bath Iron Works, the Maine Maritime Museum and the Chocolate Church Arts Center, an historic building converted to a performing arts center. The compact downtown district of renovated Victorian era buildings and brick sidewalks on one-way streets creates a shopper-friendly outdoor mall, with varied restaurants, boutiques and shops, including a lower Front Street “antiques row”. Graceful ship’s captain’s mansions line the riverfront to the north.
In Boothbay Harbor, the boatbuilding and commercial fishing industries blend well with boutiques, galleries, a terrific old opera house, candlepin bowling alley and good restaurants. Outdoor enthusiasts will find bird watching and whale watching tours, boating, hiking and kayaking, or can wander the paths of the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. Kids will love the Maine State Aquarium, complete with a shark-petting tank. Nestled along the Damariscotta River, the town of Da m ariscotta is home to galleries, shops, a variety of good restaurants, nature preserves, and historic points of interest including the colonial era Fort William Henry and Pemaquid Lighthouse. The Damariscotta is famous for its oysters, celebrated at an annual Oyster Festival; hikers can visit the oyster midden at a centuries old Native American summer encampment. Continuing north to Rockland, visitors will find two nationally recognized institutions, the Maine Lighthouse Museum and Farnsworth Art Museum; a vibrant shopping district; a coffee roaster; award winning chefs; and ferry service to North Haven and Vinalhaven, small island communities with large summer populations. Nearby, the charming town of Ca mden lies between Camden Hillls State Park and Penobscot Bay, where modern sailboats glide past 19th-century windjammers. Made famous as the setting of the movie â€œPeyton Placeâ€?, the picturesque village waterfront downtown meets white picket fence-lined streets under a canopy of green. A Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist resides here and Julia Child was once a frequent guest. A 20-minute drive north from Camden past art galleries and through the rolling countryside where farmers tend their crops leads to the town of Belfast, a fast growing art community with homegrown foods and locally-owned businesses. For an applause-worthy end to a day of traveling, sit in on a performance by the Belfast Maskers or stroll through the downtown on Friday nights for an open-gallery walk of over 15 art spaces. Route 1 continues northeast along the rocky shoreline to Searsport, a town best known as a once prosperous shipbuilding community and now home to The Penobscot Marine Museum, Maineâ€™s oldest maritime museum, and many antiques shops. Continuing along Rt. 1 toward Bucksport, visitors can ascend Penobscot Narrows Observatory.
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Brunswick - Bath HARPSWELL, PHIPPSBURG, GEORGETOWN PENINSULAS
Tours from Maine Maritime Museum, 243 Washington Street, Bath Galleries Bath Downtown, First Friday Arts Walk – Open Galleries 5:30 - 7pm Brunswick Downtown, Third Friday Arts Walk – Open Galleries 5:30 - 7pm Golf Bath Country Club, 387 Whiskeag Road, North Bath Brunswick Country Club, 165 River Road, Brunswick Long Shot Golf Center (Mini-golf & driving range), 305 Bath Road, Brunswick Hiking/Biking Paths Androscoggin River Path, Androscoggin River Path from Water Street, Brunswick Brunswick Town Commons, Rt. 123, Brunswick Josephine P. Newman Sanctuary, Rt. 127, Georgetown Morse Mountain, Rt. 216, Phippsburg Swans Island, Ferry from town dock, Rt. 24, Richmond Kayak Rentals Georgetown Rental Center, Rt. 127, Georgetown New Meadows Kayaking Center, Bath Road, West Bath Up the Creek, Winnegance Creek, Rt. 209, Bath Kids’ Rainy Day Activities Spare Time Recreation, 276 Bath Road, Brunswick. 10-pin bowling alley The Skateboard Park, Summer Street, Bath Lighthouses Fuller Rock Light, off Rt. 209, Small Point, Phippsburg Halfway Rock Light Station, Off Bailey Island in Casco Bay Pond Island Lighthouse, View from Popham Beach State Park, Phippsburg Seguin Island Light Station (1795), View from Popham Beach State Park, Phippsburg, or visit by boat Kennebec River Lighthouse Tours, from Maine Maritime Museum, Bath Museums Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Bowdoin College, Brunswick Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum, 226 Maine Street, Brunswick Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum, Bowdoin College, Brunswick Skolfield-Whittier House Museum, 161 Park Row, Brunswick Maine Maritime Museum, 243 Washington Street, Bath Sand Beaches Popham Beach State Park, Phippsburg Reid State Park, Georgetown Thomas Point Beach, Brunswick Theaters Chocolate Church Arts Center, 798 Washington Street, Bath Eveningstar Cinema, Tontine Mall, Maine Street, Brunswick Maine State Music Theater, Pickard Theater, Bowdoin College, Brunswick The Theater Project, 14 School Street, Brunswick
calendar of e vents May Mayfair, Bath Spring celebration and Maypole dancing Memorial Day Parade, Brunswick Farmers Markets (May - October) Bath, Waterfront Park Brunswick, Maine Street Brunswick, Crystal Springs Farm June, July, August Bowdoin International Music Festival Brunswick. Attracts classical musicians from around the world; student and professional performances July Heritage Days, Bath Independence Day Weekend Celebration with parade, fireworks, music, carnival and crafts fair Richmond Days, Richmond August Topsham Fair, Topsham Classic county fair, featuring livestock exhibits and harness racing September Celebrate Bowdoinham, Bowdoinham Parade, children’s activities, local food, crafts and music October Autumnfest, Downtown Bath Fall celebration and scarecrow making November Children’s Tree Lighting & Jingle Bell Walk, Bath Thanksgiving Weekend Children’s Tree lighting at Gazebo in Library Park, followed by a walk to town for cookies with Santa and Mrs. Claus at City Hall Auditorium December Arts Downtown and All Around Downtown Brunswick For more information call the Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber at 207-725-8797
B AT H - B R U N S W I C K
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Boothbay Harbor Region BOOTHBAY PENINSULA - SOUTHPORT ISLAND
Piers 1, 6, 7, 8, & 9 Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor Pier 8, Monhegan Ferry, Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor Whale/Puffin Watching Piers 1, 6, & 7 Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor Sportfishing Pier 7, Tugboat Inn Marina, Pier 9 (Kaler’s), Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor Brown’s Wharf Marina, Atlantic Avenue, Boothbay Harbor Kayak Rentals Salty Kayaks, Gray Homestead Campground, Southport Tidal Transit Kayak Co., Granary Way, Boothbay Harbor Galleries 1st Friday Arts Tour, Multi-gallery event, Open galleries Art Trail Maps available at boothbayharbor.com Golf Dolphin Mini Golf, Rt. 27, Boothbay Boothbay Country Club, 33 Country Club Rd., Boothbay Gardens/Hiking/Nature Preserves Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Barters Island Road, Boothbay Maine’s first botanical gardens on 250 waterfront acres. Events, exhibits, café Boothbay Region Land Trust Preserves,137 Townsend Avenue, Boothbay Harbor More than 30 miles of coastal and woodland trails are open year round to the public free of charge. Well-behaved dogs under owner’s control are welcome. Ocean Point Scenic Walk, Rt. 96, Boothbay Harbor Kids’ Activities Maine State Aquarium, 194 McKown Point Road, West Boothbay Harbor Boothbay Region YMCA and Camp Knickerbocker, Rt. 27, Boothbay Harbor Pool, basketball, skate-boarding and day-camp activities Winters Gone Farm, Rt. 218, Alna (from Wiscasset) Alpaca Farm and Store, trails, picnic area Lighthouses Burnt Island Light – 1821. Boothbay Harbor. Access by boat or kayak Cuckolds Light – 1892. Southport. View from Cape Newagen, or by boat Hendrick’s Head Light – 1829. Southport. Privately owned, view by boat Ram Island Light – 1883. Access from Grimes Cove at Ocean Point, Boothbay Museums Boothbay Railway Village, Rt. 27, Boothbay Boothbay Region Historical Society, Oak Street, Boothbay Harbor Butterfly Collection, Southport Memorial Library, Cape Newagen Hendricks Hill Museum, Rt. 27, Southport Theaters Boothbay Playhouse, Rt. 27 Opera House at Boothbay Harbor, 86 Townsend Avenue, Boothbay Harbor The Harbor Theatre, 185 Townsend Avenue, Boothbay Harbor
calendar of e vents April Fisherman’s Festival Boothbay Harbor Lobster Trap Race, Arts & Crafts Show May Farmers Markets (May - October) Boothbay Common Thursdays, 9am- noon June Windjammer Days Boothbay Harbor Windjammer Parade, street parade, music, fireworks, arts and crafts show July Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Boothbay Common Independence Day celebration with music, games, barbeque and crafts fair August Boat Builders’ Festival East Boothbay Shipyard tours, lectures, kid’s activities, art show, music, chowder and lobster rolls September Restaurant Week Boothbay Harbor Region October Fall Foliage Festival Boothbay. Crafts, food, entertainment, steam train rides November Early Bird Sale Boothbay Harbor Region Saturday before Thanksgiving, 6- 9 am, December Harbor Lights Festival Boothbay Harbor. Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive by boat for lighting of the town tree, caroling, laptime visits, and a lighted boat parade For more information call the Boothbay Harbor Region Chamber at 207-633-2353
B O OT H B AY H A R B OR R E G ION
Take the ferry from New Harbor to Monhegan Island for an easy hike through Cathedral Woods, carpeted with deep-piled needles and adorned with ferns, wildflowers and mosses. Keep an eye out for the fairy houses along the path.
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Damariscotta Region BRISTOL PENINSULA
Pemaquid Beach, Snowball Hill Rd, New Harbor Pemaquid Point, Rt. 130, Pemaquid Point Damariscotta Lake State Park, Rt 32, Jefferson Biscay Pond, Biscay Rd, Damariscotta
calendar of e vents May Maine St. Andrew’s Pipes & Drums Colonial Pemaquid Traditional tunes of the British Isles.
Farmers Markets (May - October)
Hardy Boat, Rt. 32, New Harbor
110 Belvedere Road, Damariscotta
Bay Sail, LLC, Rt 32, Round Pond
Pirate Rendezvous, Damariscotta
Salt Water Charters, 208 Elliot Hill Rd, Round Pond
The Mystic Pirates sail into the scenic
Golf Wawenock Country Club, Rt. 129, Walpole Hiking/Nature Preserves Damariscotta River Association, 110 Belvedere Rd, Damariscotta The DRA protects more than 2,900 acres of land and 22 miles of fresh and salt water shoreline, including several islands. Our headquarters, the Great Salt Bay Farm Heritage Center, is open to the public. We invite you to visit the following areas: DRA Salt Bay Farm, Damariscotta Glidden Point Salt Bay Trail and Dodge Point, Newcastle Fort Island, Boothbay
midcoast town of Damariscotta and take over the town. July Independence Day celebrations Round Pond parade, Rt 32 DRA Reggae on the Bay, Belvedere Rd, Join the Damariscotta River Association as they bring the islands to Maine; great food, great music, great fun!
Stratton (Hodgdon’s) Island, Plummer Point Preserve, Tracy Shores,
Library Park, Witch Island, South Bristol
Olde Bristol Days
Historic Sites Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site, intersection of Snowball Hill Rd and Huddle Rd, New Harbor featuring Fort William Henry, a 1692 stone fortification guarding colonial Pemaquid, a museum, and colonial artifacts Fort Edgecomb State Historic Site, Eddy Road, Edgecomb. Located on Davis Island in the Sheepscot River, Fort Edgecomb traces its origins to the early 19th century. Kayak Rentals Maine Kayak, 113 Huddle Rd, New Harbor Midcoast Kayaking, Business Rt. 1, Damariscotta Kids’ Rainy Day Activities Lincoln County YMCA, Business Rt. 1, Damariscotta Fitness, basketball, climbing wall Lighthouses Pemaquid Lighthouse, Rt.130, Bristol Theaters Lincoln County Community Theater, 2 Theater Street, Damariscotta
Colonial Pemaquid, New Harbor Week of events includes a parade, fireworks, and a huge craft show, ending with lobster boat races on Sunday. September Pemaquid Oyster Festival Schooner Wharf, Damariscotta October Pumpkin Fest, Damariscotta Columbus Day Weekend November Santa Comes to Town Main Street, Damariscotta December Coastal ChristmasFest, Damariscotta Includes gallery tours, children events, and strolling musicians For more information call the Damariscotta Region Chamber at 207-563-8340.
D A M A R I S C OT TA R E G ION
Take Samoset Road to Jameson Point Road for parking to reach the breakwater and Breakwater Light
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Rockland - Thomaston SAINT GEORGE PENINSULA
Windjammer & Schooner Cruises, from Rockland Public Landing Middle Pier, Atlantic Challenge Pier and Sharp’s Point South Galleries Arts in Rockland (AIR), Open galleries, studios and the Farnsworth Museum, Wednesdays 5 - 8pm, June - September Golf Rockland Golf Club, 606 Old County Road, Rockland Samoset Resort Golf Club, 220 Warrenton St., Rockport
calendar of e vents May - October Farmers Market, Harbor Park June Summer Solstice night, Rockland Live music, street dance, food and entertainment July Fourth of July Parade,Thomaston
Maine Windjammer Parade, Rockland
Georges Highland Path, 8 North Main St., Suite 200, Rockland
Breakwater, Rockland Harbor
Maps available at Georges River Land Trust
Annual Parade of Sail with close-up
Trails traverse the St. George River watershed from Camden to Thomaston
views from the breakwater and at
Kayak Rentals Breakwater Kayak Co., Landings Restaurant, 5 Park Drive, Rockland Living Water Outfitters, 6 Cold Storage Rd., Port Clyde Tippy’s Canoe & Kayaks, 38 Mechanic St., Rockland
anchor at the jetty North Atlantic Blues Festival Harbor Park & Downtown Rockland Friendship Sloop Days Harbor Park, Rockland
Kids’ Rainy Day Activities
Annual homecoming and regatta
Project Puffin Visitors Center, 311 Main Street, Rockland
Friendship Day, Friendship
Parade, field events, music, crafts fair
Rockland Breakwater Light – 1888/1902. Rockland Harbor
and lobster boat races
Marshall Point Light – 1832/1858. Rt. 131, Port Clyde
Owl’s Head Light – 1825. Owl’s Head Light State Park
Maine Lobster Festival, Rockland
Tons of steamed lobsters served along
Farnsworth Art Museum, 16 Museum Street, Rockland
with pageantry and waterfront
Maine Lighthouse Museum, One Park Drive, Rockland
activities and entertainment
Owls Head Transportation Museum, Rt. 73, Owls Head
Maine Boats, Homes and Harbors
Wyeth Center and Victorian Homestead, 16 Museum Street, Rockland
Show, Harbor and Buoy Parks,
Theaters Lincoln Street Center for Arts and Education, 24 Lincoln Street, Rockland Strand Theatre, 345 Main Street, Rockland
Rockland New England Auto Auction, Owls Head Transportation Museum November Festival of Lights Celebration Downtown Rockland Thanksgiving weekend December Hometown Holiday in Thomaston Holiday tour of historic homes; the 1827 John Ruggles House and Montpelier For more information call the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber at 207-596-0376
R O C K L A N D - T HO M A S TON R E G ION
Park across Rt.52 from the boat launch on Megunticook Lake for the hiking trail head to Maiden’s Cliff for views of the lake and Penobscot Bay.
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Camden Region Boating
calendar of e vents
Windjammer, Schooner, Lobstering & Harbor Cruises
January Winter Fest, Camden
From Camden Public Landing and Rockport Marine Park Kayak Rentals Ducktrap Kayak, 2175 Atlantic Hwy, Lincolnville Beach Maine Sport Kayak Tours, US Rt. 1, Rockport Golf Samoset Resort Golf Club, 220 Warrenton Street, Rockport Northport Golf Club, 581 Bluff Rd., Northport Hiking/Nature Preserves Camden Hills State Park, Rt. 1, Hike to the summit of Mt. Battie Ragged Mountain Recreation Area, Camden Snow Bowl, Camden Coastal Mountain Land Trust, Trails throughout the MidCoast Hatchet Mountain, Hope Lighthouses Curtis Island Light – 1836. Overlooking Camden Harbor Grindle Point Light – 1850. Isleboro Island, Ferry from Lincolnville Beach Indian Island Light – 1851. Rockport Marine Park Museums, Galleries & Living Heritage Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport Aldermere Farm, Rockport Camden Library History Center, Camden Lincolnville Schoolhouse Museum, Lincolnville Conway House, Camden/Rockport line Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, Rockport Outdoor Spaces Camden Amphitheater & Harbor Park, Camden Rockport Harbor, Rockport Lincolnville Beach, Lincolnville Laite Beach, Camden Payson Park, Warren Camden Hills State Park, Camden/Lincolnville Megunticook Lake, Camden Theaters Camden Opera House, 29 Elm Street, Camden Rockport Opera House, 6 Central Street, Rockport Vineyards Cellardoor Vineyard & Winery, 367 Youngtown Road, Lincolnville Savage Oak Vineyard & Winery, 174 Barrett Hill Road, Union Sweetgrass Farm Winery & Distillery, 347 Carroll Road, Union Winter Activities Camden Snowbowl, Skiing, Sledding & Toboggan run Tanglewood 4-H Camp, Lincolnville X-Country Skiing
February US National Toboggan Championships Camden Snow Bowl Camden Conference Annual symposium dedicated to the biggest issues in global affairs May Farmers Markets (May - October) Limerock Street, Wed. & Sat. Pop the Cork!, Celebration of arts, wine and food overlooking Rockport harbor July-August Summer Music Series Camden Amphitheater, Free outdoor concerts, Thursdays at 7pm Monday Movies at the Amphitheater Begins at dusk, BYO Blanket July Lincolnville Strawberry Festival Early July Summer Harbor Arts Camden Waterfront Festival of Independence - July 1-5, Music, art, family fun & fireworks throughout the region August Union Fair/State of Maine Wild Blueberry Festival Union Fairgrounds September Windjammer Festival Labor Day weekend, Camden Public Landing & Harbor Maine Fare - Camden & Rockport, Celebrating the bounty of Maine Country Roads Artists & Artists Tour October Fall Harbor Arts Camden Harbor Juried arts and crafts show Lincolnville Fall Festival Cellardoor Vineyard, Lincolnville Pop!Tech - Camden November Maine Literary Festival, Camden December Christmas by the Sea, Camden
For more information call the Camden-Rockport-Lincolnville Chamber at 207-236-4404.
C A M D E N - R O C K P ORT - L I N C OL N V I L L E R E G ION
CA MDEN HILLS / PENOBSCOT BAY
Take Rt. 1 to Fort Knox to visit the Penobscot Narrows Observatory, where an elevator ascends 420 feet to the observation deck for a panoramic view of Penobscot Bay and nearby mountains, lakes and towns.
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Belfast - Searsport Region PENOBSCOT BAY
Boats & Harbors Belfast Bay Cruises, 17 Main Street, Belfast Bucksport Harbor Tours, Town Dock, Bucksport Friendship Sloop Amity, Public Docks, Belfast Maine Island Adventures, Public Dock, Belfast Water Walker Sea Kayak, 152 Lincolnville Ave, Belfast Bridges & Lighthouses Penobscot Narrows Bridge, Rt. 1, Prospect Fort Point State Park and Lighthouse, Cape Jellison, Stockton Springs Colleges & Universities & Conferences Hutchinson Center, Belmont Ave, (Rt. 3), Belfast Point Lookout Resort & Conference Center, Route 1, Northport Unity College, 90 Quaker Hill Rd., Unity Fishing/Golf/Sports Searsport Pines, Route 1, Searsport Outdoor Sportsman, Route 1, Northport Hamilton Marine, 155 East Main St., Searsport Healthcare & Fitness Waldo County General Hospital, 118 Northport Ave., Belfast Waldo County YMCA, 157 Lincolnville Ave., Belfast Hike & Bike, Walks & Beaches Moose Point State Park, Route 1 between Belfast and Searsport Swan Lake State Park, Route 141, Swanville Lake St. George State Park, Route 3, Liberty Fort Point, Fort Point Road, Stockton Kids’ Activities Mosman Park, Searsport Wonderful playground and beach walking with tide pools at low tide. Pick any of the three streets in the center of town and enjoy the perfect place to fly a kite on a windy day! Museums Belfast Historical Society and Museum, 10 Market Street, Belfast Fort Knox, Prospect Penobscot Marine Museum, Rt. 1, 4 Church Street, Searsport Searsport Historical Society Museum, Sears Island Road, Searsport, Open Saturdays, July & August Shops & Galleries Belfast Arts, Downtown Belfast, Open galleries, Fridays 5 - 8pm, May - December Waterfall Arts, 256 High St., Belfast Shops, Downtown Belfast, Downtown Searsport Sightseeing Penobscot Narrows Observatory, Fort Knox, Prospect Theaters Belfast Maskers Theater, Steamboat Landing, Waterfront, Belfast Colonial Theatre, 163 High Street, Belfast Northport Music Theater, 851 Atlantic Hwy., Rt. 1, Northport Waterfall Arts, 256 High Street, Belfast Vineyards Winterport Winery, 279 S Main St, Winterport Unity Winery, Unity
calendar of e vents May Farmers Markets (May - October) Main Street, Belfast, Fridays, 9am- 1pm July-August Belfast Summer Nights, Belfast FREE, Thursdays, 5- 7pm July Arts in the Park, Belfast Harbor Maine Celtic Celebration, Belfast Games, pageantry, pipes, music, dance and food of the Celtic culture July 4th Celebration, Searsport Independence Day activities including fireworks August Winterport Music Festival Abbott Park, Winterport National acts on the main stage Lobster Boat Races, Searsport Maritme Festival, Aug 20-22 National Boat-building Challenge Heritage Park, Belfast Multiple teams of 2 build the same skiff design in competition Annual Rowing Regatta, Belfast Harbor Open to all rowed and paddled craft Maine Classic Small Boat Show Heritage Park, Belfast October Commonground Fair, Unity Authentic country fair, MOFGA sponsored, crafts and organic farming Fling into Fall, Searsport December Victorian Christmas Penobscot Marine Museum, Searsport An Old Fashioned Christmas Downtown Belfast Tree lighting and activities New Year’s by the Bay Downtown Belfast Cultural family celebration with performances throughout downtown Holiday Season boasts free matinees All ages at Colonial Theatre, Downtown Belfast
For more information call the Belfast Area Chamber at 207-338-3808.
B E L FA S T - S E A R S P ORT R E G ION
A Good Local Read Left Bank Books, Main St, Searsport Fertile Mind, 105 Main St, Belfast Mr. Paperback, Belmont Ave, Belfast Old Professor’s Bookshop, 99 Main St, Belfast
Travel Coastal Route 1 between Brunswick and Searsport to enter a world of natural beauty, maritime heritage, arts and culture on Maine’s MidCoast. Within easy reach of Portland or Bangor, Coastal Route 1 skews east connecting Maine’s MidCoast from Searsport to Brunswick. The pace slows as you travel between the quaint coastal villages and towns. A turn off Route 1 down one of the region’s peninsulas could bring you to miles of beach, a lighthouse guarding a rocky point, or a fishing village, complete with lobster dock and island views. Explore the unique topography of the region’s peninsulas and harbors along 1,500 miles of coastline.
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Published on Apr 22, 2010