Daily aquaculture tours, scenic tours, sunset and music cruises, and special sailings for regional festivals and events. Available for private parties and charters. Sailing from Schooner Landing Restaurant and Marina, by the Newcastle-Damariscotta bridge in Damariscotta.
Offering Puffin Watches, Monhegan Island Ferry, Seal Watches, Lighthouse Cruises & Fall Coastal Cruises. Located on Rte. 32 at Shaw's Fish and Lobster Wharf. The season begins May 14th and runs through October 13th.
Set sail on a tall ship cruise and experience the coast of Maine's scenic beauty from the sea. Choose from 12 owner-operated Maine Windjammer Association (MWA) ships to enjoy a magnificent sailing vacation, take a turn at the helm or simply sit back and enjoy the ever-changing view.
Fine jewelry by Round Pond artist, Ronna Lugosch, blends nature and emotion. Her graceful style spans from her whimsical designs of peapods, stars and puppies to her precious gemstone, pearl and diamond designs.
Paintings and sculptures from various artists. Batiks, sarongs, clothing, handbags, jewelry, painted eggs, from Bali, pottery, baskets, cushion covers, wooden items, bronze figures, masks from the Far East.
The site of the reconstructed Fort William Henry, archaeological excavations of 17th and 18th century fishing and trading villages, a museum containing displays of artifacts from the site, and an early graveyard. The renovated Fort House contains an appropriately furnished parlor, meeting and exhibit rooms, a library and small gift shop, all open to the public. Colonial Pemaquid hosts Monday night lectures during the summer, Maine Heritage Days in September, and other special events. A nominal fee is charged for the Fort, Fort House and Museum, which are open daily Memorial weekend - Labor Day.
Pemaquid Point / Beach
Pemaquid Lighthouse Park
The Lighthouse, built in 1827 above spectacular granite cliffs, has been the subject of countless paintings, photographs and the site of many marriage ceremonies. Today the light is automated and the adjoining keeper's house is home to the quaint Pemaquid Fisherman's Museum containing exhibits of the local fishing trade. Entrance fee, $2.00 per person, 12 years and older. Open daily May-Oct.
Beautiful crescent shaped white sand beach is open to the public for a nominal fee. Bathhouse, restrooms, refreshment stand, picnic tables, plenty of parking, and a new Town Ballfield. $2.00 admission fee, 12 years and older. Open daily Memorial weekend - Labor Day.
The Pemaquid Pennisula offers a variety of hiking trails, including the following;
Crocked farm trail: Bristol - (2.5 mi.)
Doyle Preserve: Damariscotta - (2 mi.)
Dodge Point: Newcastle - (4mi.)
Mills Overlook: Newcastle - (.75 mi loop)
Salt Bay Heritage Trail: Newcastle - (4mi. loop)
Sherman Lake: Newcastle - (2.5 mi. loop)
LaVerna Preserve in Round Pond
The 119 acre LaVerna Preserve, owned by the Nature Conservancy, offers spectacular views of Muscongus Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. An undeveloped shoreline and high cliffs overlooking Leighton's Cove make it one of Lincoln County's premiere hiking locations. Located just 4.1 miles away on Rte. 32.
Sea Kayaking / Canoeing
Sea kayaking, lake touring, kayak rentals & whitewater instruction
Serving fresh Maine seafood like Pemaquid oysters and mussels to more traditional fare like, seafood fettuccini and crispy duck confit risotto. Patrons are treated to a warm atmosphere in true Maine restaurant style.
Open air restaurant where you can personally select your own lobsters. Specializing in high quality soft shells, locally farmed oysters, locally dug soft shell clams, and fresh, locally grown sweet Maine corn. BYOB.