Its natural beauty, quiet, well-kept streets, the sense of its historic past and the availability of the ocean, woods, meadows, harbor, and rock and sand beaches intrigue the visitor.
There is evidence of Colonial history eveywhere. Historic markers dot the town including Fort George, Fort Madison and homes where patriots and British rebels were hidden from His Majesty's soldiers. The simple beauty of the town reflects its former history and prosperity.
So we invite you to enjoy our spectacular view, which is beyond man to describe.
Toward the east there is a panorama of the Bagaduce River, Blue Hill, and the Brooksville Hills. Directly beneath us are the quiet waters of Hatch's Cove. Just beyond is Castine Harbor and Penobscot Bay.
Come enjoy the peace and quiet of our scenic location tucked away just 16 miles off of Route 1.
- Heading North on Route 1 -
Take right turn from Route 1 (after passing through Bucksport) onto Route 175. After traveling approximately 12-13 miles, bear left at fork in the road onto 166 ( not 166A ).
We are 3.6 miles from the point where you bear left. Look for sign on left.
Click here for a Google Map of where we are located
We look forward to seeing you!