Midcoast Region

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The scenic bays, craggy peninsulas and sparkling offshore islands form a stunning backdrop to Midcoast Maine’s picture-perfect fishing villages, seaside resorts and bustling harbor towns. Delve deeply into Maine’s maritime past, watch whales and puffins, explore by bike or sea kayak and dine on world-class seafood. Here, arts and culture flourish amidst the romance of the sea.

Area Amenities

Restaurants/Bars

Come Spring Cafe – Rt. 17, Union, “Great homemade breakfast 10 minutes from cabin” (TripAdvisor Reviews)
Hannibal’s Cafe on the Common – 289 Common Rd., Union, Sunday brunch (TripAdvisor Reviews)
Primo – 2 South Main Street, Rockland (Website | TripAdvisor Reviews)
Home Kitchen Café – 650 Main Street, Rockland (Website | TripAdvisor Reviews)
Suzuki’s Sushi Bar – 419 Main Street, Rockland (Website | TripAdvisor Reviews)

Markets, Shopping, and Other Services

Bishops Laundry – 96 Washington St., Camden, Laundry
Rite Aid – 37 Elm St., Camden, Pharmacy
Hoboken Gardens – Rt. 1, Rockport, Flowers and Wine
Hannaford Supermarket – 145 Elm St., Camden, Grocery
Maine Sport Outfitters – Clothing, fishing gear, recreation outfitters, and kayak and canoe rentals.
Pushaw’s Trading Post – Rt. 17, South Hope, Grocery
MicMac Market – Rt. 17, Union, Grocery and Gas
Shaws Supermarket – Rt. 1, Rockland, Grocery
Shop’n Save Hannaford Supermarket – Maverick St., Rockland, Grocery

Lermond Pond – no boat launch facility, carry in only

 


Recreation

Camden HarborThere is a lot that you can do in the mid-coast Maine area. Please review the information provided by the link below to further explore what you might want to do while you are staying with us.

Camden, Rockport, Lincolnville Chamber of Commerce-Recreation

P.O. Box 919, Camden, ME 04843

(1-800-223-5459 or 207-236-4404)

A listing of things to do and places to go in the mid-coast Maine region.

Rockland-Thomaston Area Chamber of Commerce-Recreation
P.O. Box 508, Rockland, ME 04841

(1-800-562-2529 or 207-596-0376)

A resource for things to do and see in the Rockland-Thomaston area.

Owls Head Transportation Museum

Maine’s Midcoast

Listing of things to do and see in the Mid-coast Maine region.


Calendar of Events

Fishing
Please check out the link below for a listing of events in the area.

Camden, Rockport, Lincolnville Chamber of Commerce-Recreation

P.O. Box 919, Camden, ME 04843

(1-800-223-5459 or 207-236-4404)

A listing of things to do and places to go in the mid-coast Maine region.

Rockland-Thomaston Area Chamber of Commerce-Recreation
P.O. Box 508, Rockland, ME 04841

(1-800-562-2529 or 207-596-0376)


Equipment Rentals

20070930185745_lobbtbsWe do not offer rental of equipment at this time, but we would like to make it easy for you to find a place to rent from. Please check out the sites below as possible sources of rental equipment.

Maine Sport

Rt. 1, Rockport, ME

(1-800-722-0826)

Canoes, sea kayaks, lake kayaks, boating accessories, camping equipment, bicycles, winter equipment, snowboards, and ice skates. Also have guided tours.


Fall Foliage

midcoast-foliageVisit Maine to see the best the autumn season has to offer, the palette of the leaves ranging from golden yellows to vibrant oranges and brilliant reds. Rainbow colored mountains meet the deep blue ocean in the mid-coast Maine region during this spectacular fall season.

Whether your preferences are for foliage viewing, listening to loon or you’re simply seeking solitude, our cabin is situated in the perfect location that allows you to choose how to enjoy your escape!

Some other websites you might want to view to see what the best time would be to stay with us are:

http://www.mainetourism.com/foliage.html
mainefoliage.com
http://portlandme.about.com/library/blfoliage.htm