Here you will find information and links to some of Mid-Coast Maine’s lodging, restaurants, recreation, boating, and museums. These are all our friends and associations, and we highly recommend their services. There are more, so contact us if we can help you plan your visit beyond our photo tours.
Whether you are looking for a peaceful retreat or a fun-filled family experience, the Maine Tourism Association will guide you with the information and resources you need to plan an unforgettable trip. http://www.mainetourism.com/
For travel information in the Penobscot Bay region of Maine. http://www.mainedreamvacation.com/
A well-rounded travel guide for the entire state of Maine. http://www.visitmaine.com
The Owls Head Transportation Museum is a nonprofit educational organization. Its mission is to collect, preserve, exhibit and operate pre-1940 aircraft, ground vehicles, engines and related technologies significant to the evolution of transportation for the purpose of education. http://www.owlshead.org
Celebrating Maine’s Role in American Art, the Farnsworth Art Museum offers a nationally recognized collection of works from many of America’s greatest artists. http://www.farnsworthmuseum.org
The Hawthorn Inn is a 1894 Queen Anne-style Victorian mansion situated on 1.2 acres of lawn and beautiful gardens. This elegant Camden, Maine bed and breakfast is one of the 66 homes listed in the National Register of Historical Places in the High Street Historic District. http://camdenhawthorn.com
Clean and green, Birchwood, a great place to stay in Camden, Maine, is solar-powered, water view lodging accommodation that is more like an agricultural bed & breakfast or European-style guest house than a typical motel, hotel or inn. http://www.birchwoodcamden.com/
Near Lincolnville Beach. Enjoy motel privacy with B&B hospitality. Rates are sensible, the welcome is genuine, and there are many special touches awaiting you. http://www.mountbattie.com
The below list is our recommendations for quality food in Mid-Coast Maine, from
Ada’s Kitchen, 449 Main St, Rockland.
Ada’s Kitchen serves affordable, delicious, and authentic Italian food using the finest local and imported Italian ingredients. https://www.adaskitchen.com/
Rustica Cucina Italiana, Rockland, offers a superb balance of traditional and eclectic Italian foods. Very affordable, excellent quality, and generous portions. Owner Chef John Stowe believes in using only the freshest ingredients, and insists on making as much from scratch as humanly possible. Small plates, individual pizza’s, entrees. In my opinion, the best Caesar salad in town, yummy marinated mussels, calamari cooked right. http://www.rusticamaine.com/
A large menu that includes Maine classic seafood dishes. Outside and indoor seating. Fabulous views.
The place where the locals meet for locally roasted coffee, WiFi, pastries, sandwiches, and soup. Hello, Hello Book shop on the premises, too. Relaxed atmosphere right on Main ST. https://www.rockcitycoffee.com/
2014 Yankee Magazine Editors Choice, Best Breakfast in New England. What more can I say? http://www.homekitchencafe.com/
Three-hour sails out of Rockport Harbor on the 65′ schooner yacht Heron. http://www.sailheron.com/
Two-hour day sails out of Camden Harbor. http://www.maineschooners.com/
Multi-day windjammer cruises. A vacation like none other. http://www.schoonermaryday.com/