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Museum of South Berwick holds an archive of the ephemera, photographs,
and historic curiosities from this early
* At 692 ft. (211 m) Mt. Agamenticus
is not tall, but on a clear day you'll spot
Boon Island to the east and Mt. Washington to the north. Also, enjoy the
parks miles of shared trails over a total
of 40,000 acres.
Whatever your camping style,
enjoy the pristine Maine woods
and our Southern Seacoast!
Just two miles from York
and Ogunquit Beaches.
Reservations begin January 1, 2018
Open May 11th - Sept. 16th
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* The Old Orchard Beach Pier is a
lively boardwalk that extends 500 feet
into the ocean filled with all kinds of
shopping, eating and entertainment
* Ogunquit's Marginal Way is a
breathtaking, not-to-be-missed 1.25
scenic mile walk along a quintessential
* Explore Fort McClary in Kittery,
which began as a simple 17th century
military outpost grew to include many
other structures including the Block
* Maine Audubon Society invites birders to visit the East Point Sanctuary in
Biddeford Pool, which is perhaps New
England's premier birding spot.
* The John Paul Jones Memorial in Kittery commemorates the site where in
1777 the U.S.S. Ranger was built and
* The Old York Historical Society includes seven historic buildings dating
back to the 18th century, including
the Old Gaol, one of the oldest public
buildings in the U.S. (1719)
* The Wells Auto Museum features
more than 75 cars from 1900 to 1963,
including gas, steam, and electric powered vehicles.
1740 US Route 1 * Cape Neddick
* The Brick Store Museum in Kennebunk offers an architectural walking tour along Main Street and "Sea
Captain's Row." Visitors will view a variety of the 19th century architectural
styles, both commercial and domestic.
South Coast * Beaches
* The Rachel Carson National Wildlife
Refuge in Wells (1966) protects valuable shoreline habitat for migratory
birds and other wildlife. Visitors are
welcome to enjoy excellent birding
along the miles of trails through the
marshes and many annual events,
* Walker's Point in Kennebunkport is
the summer home of former U.S. President, George H. W. Bush. While not
open to the public, the property is visible from both the shore and by boat.
* The Seashore Trolley Museum in
Kennebunkport features the largest
collection of public transportation vehicles in the U.S.
* Berwick was Maine's first permanent
settlement, today The Counting House
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