Find Your Way to Maine's MidCoast for an Experience you'll Never Forget.

Travelers who seek relaxation or adventure discover a getaway to MidCoast Maine provides world-renowned coastlines, quaint downtown villages, and vibrant working waterfronts where your lobster dinner can be hauled straight from the Atlantic ocean.

We look forward to helping you plan your trip. Please order or download the MidCoast Maine travel guide and get in touch with any questions.

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Brunswick is home to Bowdoin College, where you can see more than 20,000 objects of decorative art, paintings, sculptures, and works on...more>
You can learn about Maine's seafaring history at Searsport's Penobscot Marine Museum, the oldest maritime museum in Maine. Off the coast of...more>
1. SAIL IN STYLE Pictured above, passengers experience a sunset sail aboard A Morning in Maine, departing from Rockland Harbor for...more>
Saddleback Ledge is a treacherous, barren rock heap slumped in the sea between Isle au Haut and Vinalhaven. The light station was built upon...more>
Small bridges connect the islands of Arrowsic and Georgetown to the mainland near Bath in Maine's Midcoast region. Arrowsic is secluded...more>
The Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse sits at the end of a granite breakwater that stretches 4,346 feet into Rockland Harbor. During the...more>
Tenants Harbor Lighthouse was built in 1857 and sits at the east end of Southern Island. It marks the entrance to Tenants Harbor. The light...more>
There are so many interesting things to do in Rockland, Maine. Every August, Rockland honors its roots as a fishing community with the Maine...more>
Boothbay and Boothbay Harbor celebrate their maritime heritage with the Windjammer Days festival in June and the Fisherman's Festival in...more>
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Events
7/16/18

Mindfulness Yoga & Meditation Retreat

Is your yoga a daily practice, ongoing for years? Perhaps you've only begun to explore yoga - or...

7/18/18

Saturday Night Fever

Based on the 1977 blockbuster film, Saturday Night Fever whisks you back to the 1970s, where open...

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