Nearby within the town limits, are ocean and fresh water bathing, grocery stores, restaurants, sporting goods store, kayak rentals, church and golfing.
Within a six mile radius you will find boating, fishing, movies, library, churches, supermarkets, gift and antique shops, and some of the finest restaurants on the Maine Coast specializing in lobster. Colonial theater - 3 big screens showing the latest movies, Belfast's newest dog park, and beautiful city park with many activities for all ages.
Visit Belfast and Searsport, old seafaring cities with many old mansions that are excellent examples of Federal Colonial architecture.
Bar Harbor, a long popular summer resort, has unmatched coastal scenery, fine beaches and the drive to the famous summit of Cadillac Mountain. Stay with us and drive down to save money and make an easier travel.
Lincolnville Beach offers a public recreation area with salt water bathing,One of the only SAND beaches, an outstanding restaurant; or take the ferry to Islesboro and explore that lovely island, summer home of a number of noted persons.
Camden is the town which is known for its Windjammer cruise fleet, and its scenic drive to the top of Mt. Battie. Here also are craft shops, art galleries, museum, parks, boating and swimming facilities.
Rockland, known as the “Lobster Capital of the World”, hosts the Maine Seafood Festival yearly, the first weekend in August. There are also two public golf courses, one 18-hole, the other 9.Around and in between are any number of drives, all offering superb scenery, rural or coastal and historical Fort Knox. Just a little further south, you will find beautiful lighthouses to check off your list and many museums to explore.