- Our list of the best things to do in Damariscotta, Maine, features the top 175 nearby activities — including 102 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Damariscotta, ME has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Water Activities.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Damariscotta, ME , followed by 164 popular activities in nearby cities, including Boothbay Harbor, Rockland, Brunswick, Augusta, Bath, Rockport, Boothbay, Camden, New Harbor, Wiscasset, Owls Head, Topsham, Phippsburg, Monhegan, Port Clyde, Gardiner, Georgetown and Rangeley
Seaspray Kayaking Rentals & Tours has multiple locations around mid-coastal Maine. All offer kayak and related equipment rentals, as well as either self- or professionally-guided kayaking tours. Visitors will see wildlife and scenic coastal views.
80% 107 votes
130 Thomaston Street, Rockland, ME 04841 MoreLess Info
With its authentic 30 foot-long lobster boat, Captain Jack Lobster Boat Adventure offers its clients glimpses of the local marine wildlife, including whales. The main purpose is, however, seeing lobsters and other seafood get caught in the captain's traps. Fishing trips are also available.
98% 232 votes
Windjammer Wharf, Rockland, ME 04841 MoreLess Info
The Stephen Taber is the oldest sailing vessel in continuous use in the United States. Schooner Stephen Taber Day cruises has four to six day cruises around Maine water on the over 145 year old vessel.
Thomas Point Beach offers a playground, softball facility, volleyball area, and a kite flying area, along with a beach. The facility hosts numerous special events each year including bluegrass festivals, art festivals, car shows, craft shows, and Special Olympics.
100% 5 votes
Captain Ethan DeBery, Phippsburg, ME MoreLess Info
Fish N Trip Charters-Seguin Island Ferry is a charter fishing company and transport service in the Seguin Island area. It offers sport fishing for mackerel, pollock, and other bottom dwelling fish.