|Boothbay & Boothbay Harbor
WHAT TO DO- From Wiscasset, Boothbay Harbor is just a quick trip down the road and a beautiful one at that. In Boothbay and Boothbay Harbor, you'll be greeted by 37 restaurants, 24 hotels and motels, 32 B&B's, and 14 options for bareboat or crewed sailing and cruising, You'll be captivated by this area's many contrasts. There are quaint village streets and shops, band concerts and craft fairs on the Library lawn, bustling harbors flowing with lobster boats, fishing trawlers, windjammers and pleasure craft. Explore quiet coves, rocky shores, lighthouses, islands and a waterfront park in the shape of a whale.
WHERE TO STAY There are dozens of places to stay in the Boothbay Harbor Region. Whether you're looking for a resort, a romantic B & B, a cottage or a campsite, you won’t be disappointed by this area’s wide array of accommodations. Spend the night at a majestic resort high above a seawall, or at a luxurious inn featuring spacious guest rooms with water views and fireplaces. The Boothbay Harbor region also offers 4 campgrounds that offer either ocean or lake access. No matter what you select for accommodation in Boothbay, the beauty and diversity of the entire region will astound you.
DINING - With 37 restaurants in the Boothbay Harbor Region, you'll wish you could eat a dozen meals a day. Here, youll find some of the most inviting seafood in Maine's Midcoast. Lobster is served boiled, broiled, stuffed and stewed; everyway you can imagine. You can choose from locally harvested shrimp, hearty chowders, oyster rolls, steamers, and more. Head out by boat to an island for a clam bake or just belly up to the bar for some fresh oysters and a cold one from one of Maine's many micro-breweries. There are also upscale eateries, where you can enjoy a cocktail and a five course dinner.
For more activity, lodging and dining options, please visit www.boothbayharbor.com.