About Georgetown & Arrowsic
The historic islands of Georgetown and Arrowsic sit side by side on the coast of MidCoast Maine, linked to the mainland by roads and bridges. Centuries ago, English settlers arrived to fish and farm. But they didn’t stay long. Frequent wars with Native people and the French emptied the settlements, sometimes for years. But eventually, the wars ended and the islands became the inviting, tranquil places they are today.
Things to Do in Georgetown and Arrowsic
When many visitors think of Georgetown, they think of Reid State Park. With good reason. Reid is one of Maine’s most popular seaside getaways. It sports several large beaches and a group of sand dunes rare in the state. Climb atop Griffith Head, a stony headland over the water, and you’ll get a great view of surrounding islands and lighthouses.
Also in Georgetown, you can visit the Josephine Newman Audubon Sanctuary. This 119-acre preserve includes trails that will take you by salt marsh, meadow, forest and coastline.
On Arrowsic, you can visit some of the unusual lighthouses set to guide ships up and down the Kennebec River. They include Squirrel Point, Doubling Point and the Kennebec River Range lights.
Restaurants in Georgetown and Arrowsic
Looking for Georgetown, Maine restaurants? Check out Five Islands Lobster Co., “Blue” Restaurant at Grey Havens Inn or The Osprey. You might also consider restaurants in Bath, Maine nearby. For more ideas, check here and consider our list of regional businesses below.
Where to Stay in Georgetown and Arrowsic
Georgetown, Maine hotels include the Grey Havens Inn, the Coveside Bed & Breakfast, and The Mooring Bed & Breakfast. You can also rent a coastal houseboat at Derecktor Robinhood Marine. For more suggestions, check here and scroll down our list of regional businesses below.