Things to Do in Damariscotta, ME

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17.1 Miles
88% 56 votes
Factory Tours Bath, ME MoreLess Info
Named by some magazines, including the Boston Globe, as one of the main points of interests in the area, the Bath Iron Works has built ships since 1884, including for the United States Army.
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Recreation Centers 303 Centre Street, Bath, ME 4530 MoreLess Info
At Bath Area Family Ymca, visitors can take advantage of fitness equipment and an indoor lap pool. The gymnasium has equipment like bars, mats, and even a two story rock climbing wall.
17.6 Miles
96% 452 votes
Specialty Museums 243 Washington St, Bath, ME 4530 MoreLess Info
Maine Maritime Museum showcases the marine history of Maine with its historic shipyard, a full size sailing vessel replica accompanied with other interactive exhibits.
17.9 Miles
93% 14 votes
Piers & Boardwalks Waterfront Park, Gardiner, ME 04345 MoreLess Info
Located in the heart of downtown Gardiner, Gardiner Waterfront offers a public boat launch as well as areas for picnicking and fishing. The boardwalk offers views of the water and opportunities to fish.
18.3 Miles
91% 206 votes
National & State Parks 375 Seguinland Rd, Georgetown, ME 4548 MoreLess Info
Reid State Park features a sandy beach unlike the usual rocky shoreline which is found in Maine in addition to a number of hiking trails. Visitors can also enjoy activities like picnicking, swimming and wildlife watching here.
18.5 Miles
88% 34 votes
Scenic Railroads Gardiner, ME 4345 MoreLess Info
Kennebec River Rail Trail is a multi-purpose walkway which runs parallel to old railroad tracks and offers scenic views of the river.
19.1 Miles
100% 17 votes
Islands Boothbay Harbor, ME MoreLess Info
Damariscove Island is home to a historic, picturesque village and lighthouse. Visitors can dock boats in many places around the island for picnics on the beach or to explore island coves. There is also a walking trail with historical markers.
19.9 Miles
67% 3 votes
Hiking Trails Bath, ME MoreLess Info
A 119-acre nature preserve, the Josephine Newman Sanctuary is affiliated with the Audubon Society. The sanctuary features more than two and a half miles of hiking trails, and contains salt marsh areas and woodland areas.
19.9 Miles
27% 11 votes
Lake Rockland, ME MoreLess Info
Chickawaukee Lake is a scenic body of water suitable for boating, swimming, and other water sports. Trails for hiking and biking run around its perimeter, and it is stocked with trout for fishermen.
19.9 Miles
83% 24 votes
Parks South Main Street, Rockland, ME 04841 MoreLess Info
Harbor Park is a green space within view of the scenic Rockland Harbor. Host to a variety of special events, festivals, and races, the park also offers walking trails and picnic areas.
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