Local Area Guide: Things to do / Activities / Attractions

Dining

Restaurants, dinners, Dine In and Take Out.

Emergency Services

Need a doctor, a mechanic, an optician, dentist?

Grocery Markets, Shopping

Where to get your groceries and supplies, personal needs...

Indoor Activities

Museums, Art, Movies, Reading, Historical, Souvenirs,

Local Events

Events in Midcoast Maine. Join the fun!

Outdoor Recreational

Hiking, Biking, Kayaking, boating, paddleboarding, whale watching, Puffin` or Nature Cruise, Beaches, Fishing, sight seeing...

Peninsula Vacations — Are St. George and Cushing "Off the Grid"?

People come to SummerMaine for many reasons — a chance to relax, a family history, or to begin new traditions that help us reconnect with a simpler time. This special nook of the Maine coast is unique in that it offers people a chance to keep in touch with the creature comforts of today while allowing a necessary connection to the th ings that really matter. Our coastal peninsulas provide this very connection while remaining just within reach of all that Rockland and Camden centers provide for arts, culture and entertainment. We wouldn`t say our peninsulas are "off the grid." Rather, visiting SummerMaine homes on the Saint George and Cushing peninsulas provide you with an amazing opportunity to be within an easy drive of the conveniences of Penobscot Bay`s town centers. However, your experiences of lingering country roads, hidden beaches and sleepy coastal villages, lupine fields, road-side farm stands and working waterfronts are unmatched. Surrounded by water on three sides, the Saint George and Cushing peninsulas are as good as country coastal living gets. Lie in a field with the sun on your face and a seabreeze in your hair before you head "up to town" for a four star dining experience. Buy your breakfast fruits and dinner veggies from a local farmer. Take it all in. A peninsula vacation is not one you will soon forget...

Specialty Shops

Specialty Shops and stores which specialize in a specific range of merchandise and related items.

Taxi, limousine, car rentals

Transportation, tours, car rentals.

Things to see

Historical, Monumental, Parks, Preserves

Penobscot Bay Chamber of Commerce

The Penobscot Bay Chamber of Commerce is a great website to find all that is happening in the Rockland area.
Location: Rockland, Maine

Monhegan Island Light

Monhegan Island Light: Monhegan
Location: Monhegan

Bar Harbor Whales

www.barharborwhales.com to get more information about whale watching and more including puffin tours, sunset tours, lobster fishing and seal watching, Baker Island Park and lighthouse tours, nature and sightseeing cruise, pelagic seabird tours.
Location: Bar Harbor, ME
Phone: 207-288- 2386

A Morning in Maine

Email: [email protected] Contact: Capt. Bob Pratt, Marine Biologist 207-691-SAIL or 207-691-7245
Location: Owls Head, ME

Maine Windjammer Parade

Maine Windjammer Parade: The entire windjammer fleet participates in an afternoon Parade of Sail past the mile-long Rockland Breakwater, providing spectators with stunning, close-up views of Maine’s fleet of tall ships. Festivities also include tours of the Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse, free trolley rides to satellite parking areas and Owls Head Transportation Museum flyover.
Location: Camden, ME

Maine Boats, Homes and Harbor Show

Come see Maine`s finest artists, architects, boatbuilders, craftsmen, designers, furniture makers, jewelers, and marine gear vendors in person. There`ll be live music, an area for children of all ages, exhibits, fine food, the running of the 9th Annual World Championship Boatyard Dog® Trials.
Location: Harbor Park, Rockland, ME