THINGS TO DO 
The St. George Peninsula and midcoast Maine offer solitude, natural beauty and life at a slower pace. The area also offers sophisticated shopping and exhilarating hiking, biking and kayaking. Here are some suggestions on how to spend your time in this uniquely appealing part of the world.


Headed for the general store in Port Clyde

 - Visit the Marshall Point Lighthouse and museum in Port Clyde.

- Explore Monhegan Island in a day trip on the ferry

- Relax and swim at sandy Drift Inn Beach.

- Bike around the back roads of St. George peninsula.

- Golf at one of the many local courses, including the Samoset Resort in Rockland.

- Kayak with Port Clyde Kayaks in the many harbors and coves near Port Clyde.

- Cruise on a chartered boat out of Port Clyde. Whale, puffin and seal watching of course, and even a shark cage trip is available!

- Eat fresh seafood at one of several local restaurants. Or, buy your own lobster from the lobstermen themselves in "downtown" Port Clyde.

- Browse art galleries in Port Clyde, on the peninsula, and in Rockland, Thomaston, Camden and Rockport.

- Shop for antiques and crafts throughout the midcoast.

- Visit Portland or Bar Harbor on a day trip.

- Enjoy the great museums in Maine, including the Farnsworth Museum and Wyeth Center in Rockland.

- Walk downtown and buy some wine and cheese at the Port Clyde General Store.

- Sleep or read on the porch, in the bunkhouse, or in the cupola.

- Watch the tide ebb and flow.

Cottage
Cottage
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Beach
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Tours
Port Clyde
Port Clyde
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