Explore the peninsulas of Midcoast Maine on a journey through picturesque coastal towns, wineries, galleries, historic lighthouses and scenic peninsulas. From Penobscot Bay to Boothbay Harbor MidCoast Maine has miles of scenic craggy coastline. Indulge in a Lobster or Oyster feast at an ocean-side restaurant then explore the antiques and galleries of one of the quaint towns. Spring and summer offer endless outdoor activities, winter offers many beautiful snow white ski trails and fall is a beautiful time to visit Maine to experience the Fall Foliage. Maine is a perfect vacation destination for every season.
With more than 1,000 miles of rocky coastline, Penobscot Bay Region is one of Midcoast Maine’s most beautiful regions. The Town of Penobscot is located at the northern point of Penobscot Bay and is known as the Gateway to Acadia. The Penobscot Marine Museum in nearby Searsport is the oldest maritime museum in Maine. The museum takes a look at the maritime culture and experiences of day to day life in Penobscot Bay.
Penobscot Bay is made up of many small villages, coastal towns and cities waiting to be explored, such as: Camden, Rockland and Rockport.
Visit the towns on St. George Peninsula: Owls Head, Port Clyde and Tenants Harbor.