Things to Do in Phippsburg, ME

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5.6 Miles
96% 280 votes
National & State Parks 10 Perkins Farm Lane, Phippsburg, ME 4562 MoreLess Info
Popham Beach State Park is a popular beach destination in Maine because of the various activities it offers to visitors like picnicking, bird watching, swimming, hiking and even exploring a nearby island on low tide.
5.4 Miles
88% 103 votes
Nature & Wildlife Areas Phippsburg, ME MoreLess Info
Spanning over 600 acres, the Bates-Morse Mountain Conservation Area has the main purpose of preserving the flora and the fauna of the area, including the several endangered species, such as the least tern.
5.6 Miles
87% 204 votes
Historic Sites 10 Perkins Farm Land, Phippsburg, ME 04562 MoreLess Info
With the construction of the fort begun in 1862 and never finished, Fort Popham State Historic Site has beaches, swimming areas and picnic areas, among others.
7.2 Miles
76% 134 votes
Camping Site 6 Hermit Island Rd., Phippsburg, ME MoreLess Info
Named in 2008 by Downeast Magazine the Best Saltwater Camping in Maine, the Hermit Island has 275 campsites and 3 small cabins for rental. It is suited for both tents and tent trailers.
0.0 Miles
100% 5 votes
Boat Tours 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.
3.9 Miles
100% 1 votes
Hiking Trails Coxs Head Road, Phippsburg, ME 4562 MoreLess Info
With views of Atkins Bay, Wilbur Preserve offers visitors a 0.6 mile trail through nature ending at a high stone ledge. There are also apple trees near the trail that can be picked.
3.9 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.
4.5 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.
5.1 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.
5.2 Miles
83% 6 votes
Lighthouses Georgetown, ME MoreLess Info
Sequin Lighthouse, or Seguin Lighthouse, is an active and functional lighthouse built in 1857. It is open for tours, and is an attraction on a number of historic and scenic cruises.
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