Outdoor Recreational

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


Places to Hike

Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse

Open Late May- early October Weekends (weather and volunteer availability permitting). Visit the restored keepers quarters, climb the tower and purchase items from the gift shop.
Location: Rockland, ME
Phone: 207.542.7574

Walks in St. George

http://www.stgeorgemaine.com/town_parks_rec.html -Go to this link -Scroll down to a tan box titled “Fun for All Ages” -Under walking trails are two great trails. -Click either one and get a PDF to explain the details including where it is, what you’ll see and some history about the area.
Location: St.George, ME

Mt. Battie

One of the best loved views on the Maine coast is from the summit of Mount Battie. The allure of the mountain derives not from its size (shy of 800 feet high), but from its prime location above the town of Camden and its bare summit ledges affording outstanding panoramic views of Penobscot Bay.
Location: Mt. Battie, Camden:

Maiden’s Cliff

Maiden`s Cliff is part of Camden Hills State Park, with views of Megunticook Lake and its surrounding woods and countryside. It is a very popular destination for tourists and is easily recognizable by the white cross standing on the top of the 800-foot cliff. The trail towards the top is a mile long, with the first half a steep climb while the last part is more on level ground. The hike to the cliff will normally take around forty-five minutes to an hour to complete.
Location: Camden, ME

Tennis Courts:

There are two outdoor tennis courts in the area. One is located in South Thomaston on Route 73 near the Fire Department. The other is in Tenants Harbor on Route 131 near the baseball fields. Both are open for public use and perfect if you’ve got a racket and want a little exercise.


SummerMaine loves these guys! Rent a kayak or SUP board and have it delivered to your door (or shore). Take a tour with Port Clyde Kayak along the coast of Port Clyde. Instruction is provided for all skill levels. Kayaks and SUPs are top of the line, both to rent or buy. Please call to reserve.
Location: Port Clyde America
Phone: 207-372-8100

Super Fly Fishing Charters

Join Capt. George Harris aboard the Super Fly for your chance to catch Stripers, Bluefish, schoolie Tuna, Herring and Atlantic Mackerel. Your sure to have an educational and enjoyable day on the water. PS Capt. George is a great friend of Fletch’s – he knows all the birds in the area as well and is a really nice guy!
Location: 225 Arboretum Park Drive, Warren, ME 04864
Phone: (207) 354-0623

Clark Island Beach

Located across the causeway on Clark Island in Spruce Head, you’ve got to check out this small secluded beach. The best time to go is at low tide as the tide is rising. This makes the water extra warm as it covers the hot sand that the sun has been warming up for the last few hours. Although fairly rocky, (like most Maine beaches) there are a few pockets of great white sand that you can spread out on. About a 5 minute walk from my house, I know I’ll be there a lot this summer! Drive down Clark Island Road until come to causeway, walk across causeway and beach on your left.

A Daysail in Rockland

Capt. Neal Parker offers private day sails to families and small groups aboard the Muscongus Bay sloop Rambler. All trips are customized to your vacation so the sloop sails at the time of your choice - morning or afternoon. The Rambler is perfect for weddings and anniversaries.
Location: Rockland
Phone: Phone: 207-230-7083 Text: 207-691-0748

Morning in Maine Day Sails

Morning in Maine offers day sails, private charters, and special events from the Rockland city pier. Email: [email protected] Contact: Capt. Bob Pratt, Marine Biologist Capt Bob will also take you and your group fishing in Penobscot Bay.
Location: Rockland
Phone: 207-691-SAIL (7245)

Camden Harbor Cruises

Lighthouse and lobster tours from Camden Harbor aboard the Lively Lady. Also offering private charter tours.
Location: Camden Public Landing
Phone: 207-236-6672