Things to Do in Damariscotta, ME

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13.6 Miles
90% 260 votes
Boat Cruise Pier 1, Boothbay Harbor, ME MoreLess Info
Visitors can help sail a historic windjammer on a two-hour cruise past Burnt Island Light and Squirrel Island. Visitors can eat a box lunch or supper while on board the windjammer.
13.6 Miles
95% 41 votes
History Museums 1 Lighthouse Hill, Monhegan, ME MoreLess Info
Sustained by volunteers, the Monhegan Museum is managed by a small community of docents. It showcases local art works that specifically portrays the Island's artistic, cultural, industrial, social and natural wonders.
13.6 Miles
99% 101 votes
Kayaking 18 Granary Way, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538 MoreLess Info
Located in beautiful Boothbay Harbor, Tidal Transit Kayak provides trips and tours for paddlers of all skill levels. Kayakers can also rent or purchase equipment and supplies from this company including clothing, paddles and other accessories.
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89% 19 votes
Libraries Downtown Area, Boothbay Harbor, ME MoreLess Info
Housed in an 1840's Greek style building, the Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library has provided the community with reading and educational materials since 1924. It features over 22,000 books, audiobooks, and videos, and the Friends bookstore sits behind the library building.
13.6 Miles
100% 12 votes
Boat Rentals 18 Granary Way, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538 MoreLess Info
Tidal Transit Kayak Co Sales Service & Rentals offers tours in their rental boats or ideas on where to paddle a patron's personal boat. They provide kayak rentals or bicycle rentals for those who prefer to keep their feet dry.
13.6 Miles
75% 4 votes
Parks Lobster Cove Road, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538 MoreLess Info
Barrett Park is a town park that features two rocky beaches off of Linekin Bay, covered gazebos, and restrooms. The park also has a large grassy lawn that can be used for football or soccer games.
13.7 Miles
91% 1134 votes
Whale Watching Tours 42 Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538 MoreLess Info
Cap'n Fish's Whale Watch offers whale-watching expeditions around Boothbay Harbor on triple decker 78 to 100 feet in length vessels. In addition to whales, expedition participants often see harbor porpoises, harbor seals, basking sharks, mako sharks, ocean sunfish, Atlantic white-sided dolphins, and blue sharks…
13.7 Miles
97% 518 votes
Sailing 20 Commercial St., Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538 MoreLess Info
Herb and Deb Smith have sailed around the world twice, taking their five children with them. Now, their company, Schooner Eastwind, offers you the opportunity for a ride on their 65-foot schooner while viewing the lighthouses, outer island, and wildlife.
13.7 Miles
85% 61 votes
Historic Sites Boothbay Harbor, ME MoreLess Info
Covering only 10 square miles, the Southport Island has records dating back to the beginning of the 17th century. It is popular among the genealogists.
13.7 Miles
89% 125 votes
Boat Cruise 42 Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538 MoreLess Info
Utilizing an environmentally friendly vessel, Cap'n Fish's Puffin Nature Cruises runs through the summer months of June, July, and August. While puffins are the focus of the nature tour, guests can also see blue heron, seals, and other coastal wildlife.
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