Maine Wine TrailJune 13th, 2010 . by admin
What comes to mind when you think of a Maine? The rocky coast? Mountains? Lobster? Seals, whales and puffins? How about wineries? Probably not. Yet Maine has 15 wineries, the majority of which are located along that rocky coast. Summer is a great time to plan a Maine vacation including a trip along the Maine Wine Trail and the Sebasco Harbor Resort in Sebasco Maine makes a great home base for exploring Midcoast Maine and making a scenic day trip along the Maine Wine Trail.
With 7 wineries concentrated in the area, Mid Coast Maine is a great spot to focus your travels.
Anyone followed this trail, yet?
Sunday, June 13, 2010
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Another great place to go when you're in Camden, Maine, is the Children's Vesper Chapel. This hidden gem is an open air church, pews with almost no walls. The view out over the ocean is spectacular, as are the gardens covering the grounds. Has anyone been here and would like to comment?http://www.steppinoutmaine.com/archives/2004/aug_11/offpath.html
Friday, June 4, 2010
Join ‘The Lady in the Red Cloak” for a lantern lit walk exploring the mysterious haunts and untold history of Camden, Maine. A thoroughly enjoyable tour with ghostly stories and interesting history of the town. Cost $10.00 adults. Tours start at 7pm. Check website www.redcloakhauntedhistorytours.com for dates in July and August.
Marshall Point Lighthouse museum opens Saturday May 29th, for the 2010 season. Marshall Point Lighthouse is located at the end of the St. George peninsula in Port Clyde. The Lighthouse grounds are always open to the public from sunup to dusk every day throughout the year. The museum contains displays, tools and artifacts depicting past and present fishing methods and local stone quarrying history as well as historical data regarding the lighthouse itself. Just a short ride from the Captain Swift Inn in Camden, Maine!