What to do in midcoast Maine

Places to go and things to do while you are here:
Beyond the serenity of the Ducktrap, a myriad of activities await you. A short distance down the coast, the lovely harbors of Rockland, Rockport, and Camden await. You will find unique shops and galleries to browse; museums to wander such as the Farnsworth Art Museum, home of the Wyeth Gallery and the Owls Head Transportation Museum with displays of antique autos and planes

Outdoor enthusiasts will find historic Windjammer fleets, sailing, swimming, fishing, golfing, and biking adventures. Take a ferry to North Haven, Vinalhaven, or Islesboro- all are ideal for exploring by car, bike, or foot. 

Spend the day visiting our famous lighthouses, there are seven to see within a day's drive. 

For your special wedding event, we offer conveniently located clean, quiet rooms for your guests. We are located: 
- 9/10 mile from Point Lookout in Northport
- 7 miles from Harbor Park in Camden
- 9 miles from Vesper Hill Chapel in Rockport

If you need an escape from the many activities, just a short walk from your door lies the quiet shoreline of the Ducktrap Beach. Here you can swim, kayak, beach-comb for shells and sea-glass or just relax in the sun while watching the sails in the distance.  
As your day comes to an end, midcoast Maine offers many fine dining restaurants, theaters, concerts, and nightclubs.
2017 Fairs & Festivals:
Owls Head Transportation Museum events. www.owlshead.org
Old fashioned 4th of July
North Atlantic Blues festival - July 15-16
Rockland, Friendship sloop days - July
Camden Arts and Crafts show - July 15-16 also September 30-October 1 Maine Lobster Festival - August 2-6
Maine Antiques Festival - August 4-6
Maine Boats and Harbor - August 11-13
Lobster SUP Cup (Stand Up PaddleBoard) - Aug.
Union Fair - August 19-26
Windjammer festival - Sept 1
VinFest - Sept 29