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.
Port Clyde, St George
Port Clyde is a picturesque fishing village at the tip of the St. George Peninsula. Surrounded by water, the St. George Peninsula offers country living with road side farm stands and hidden beaches. Take a hike to Roaring Spout to experience exceptional views of the Atlantic Ocean, or to nearby Camden Hills State Park to picnic on Mt. Battie and hike Maiden Cliff. Drift Inn Beach is a lovely rock and sand beach between Tenants Harbor and Port Clyde, suitable for the kids. For an adventurous day, visit Monhegan Island with 17 miles of hiking trails and wildlife. Port Clyde is home to the famous Forrest Gump lighthouse, Marshall Point Lighthouse. A drive up or down the coast will take you to many more historical and landmark lighthouses, or take a drive to the point for a beautiful view of Mosquito Island. The St. George Peninsula is home to incredible artists, painters and sculptors. Take a tour of the talent at one of the Open Studio Tours. Explore the shops and end the day eating lobster from one of the local stalls.