Rockland & Midcoast Maine

Cathy & Craig Noorlun - Lobster Buoys

If you are driving to Rockland we hope you find these directions helpful.

Travel Distances to get to Rockland

Washington, DC616 miles
Philadelphia, PA483 miles
New York, NY394 miles
Boston, MA185 miles
Portland, ME82 miles

Where to sleep in Rockland

Where to SleepPhoneWeb Address
Berry Manor
The Lindsey
250 Main207.
Rockland Harbor
Island View
Glen Cove Inn &
Trinity on the
Point Lookout- cabin

Best places to eat in Rockland

For a happy & full belly
Atlantic Baking
Brass CompassBrass Compass Facebook Page
In Good
Park Street
Main Street MarketMain Street Market Facebook Page
Clan McLaren'sClan McLaren's Facebook Page
Rock City Books &
Home Kitchen
Fog Bar & CafeFog Bar & Cafe Facebook Page
Pho SizzlePho Sizzle Facebook Page
Long GrainLong Grain's Facebook Page
Broken EggBroken Egg's Facebook Page
Close to HomeClose to Home's Facebook Page
Graffam Bros Seafood
The Zack ShackThe Zack Shack's Facebook Page

Where to land if you fly to us

AirportPhoneWeb Address
Bangor (BGR)
Boston (BOS)
Manchester (MHT)
Portland (PWM)
Rockland (RKD)

Which airlines fly our way

AirlineWeb Address

Driving from the airport

Car Rental CompanyWeb Address
Budget (local office)
Enterprise (local office)
Schooner Bay Taxi (as a shuttle service)
Mid-Coast Limo (as a shuttle

Lighthouses by land

By Land & Sea
Rockland Breakwater LightOwls Head Light
Marshall Point LighthouseCurtis Island Lighthouse
Fort Point Light & FortPemaquid Point Lighthouse
Indian Head LightDice Head Lighthouse

Lighthouses by sea

Lighthouses Seen from the Sea
WhiteheadBrown's Head
Dice HeadGoose Rocks
Southern Islands LightBlue Hill Bay
Pumpkin IslandGrindle Point
Franklin IslandBurnt Coat
Eagle IslandTwo Bush Light
Monhegan IslandHockomock Head
Fort PointIndian Island
Deer Isle ThorofareSaddleback Ledge
Heron Neck LightIsle Au Haut Light
Marshall PointBass Harbor Head Light
Bear Island LightPemaquid Point Light

Theater & Performing Arts

LocationWeb Address
Bay Chamber
Camden Opera
Camden Amphitheater & Harbor Park
Camden Civic

Entertainment & Festivals

FestivalWeb address
Camden Windjammer
Common Ground
Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors
Maine Lobster
North Atlantic Blues
Damariscotta River Pirate
Maine Celtic

Art Galleries & Museums

Gallery & Museums
Dowling Walsh
Center for Maine Contemporary
David Scriven Crowley
Farnsworth Art Museum/Homestead/Wyeth
Maine Lighthouse
Center for Furniture
Maine Photographic
Eric Hopkins
Owls Head Transportation
Marshall Point Lighthouse
The Olsen House
Harbor Square Gallery
Art of the Sea
The Art
Penobscot Marine Museum
Coastal Childrens Museum
Fawcetts Antique Toy Museum
Art Space
Carver Hill Gallery
Conway Homestead & Mary Cramer Museum
Montpelier - General Knox Museum
Craft Gallery
Playing with Fire!
Yvette Torres Fine

Recreational activities

Places to Go & Do
Camden Hills State Park & Mount
Merryspring Nature
Rockland Breakwater
Maine State Ferry
Aldermere Farm
Avena's Botanicals & Herb Gardens
Rockland Golf
Goose River Golf
Samoset Resort Golf
Coastal Maine Botanical
Johnson Memorial ParkMap to Johnson Memorial Park
Birch Point State Parkwww.VisitMaine/BirchPointStatePark
Georges River
Puffin Visitor
Fernald's Neck Nature Conservancy
Ten Mile Guide
Friends of Maine Sea Birds
Maine Eastern

More information on the area

Chamber of CommercePhoneWeb Address
Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of
MidCoast Chamber


Local Recommendations

This list was put together based on our favorite hangouts, hideaways and happening venues in the Rockland and Midcoast area, as well as from passenger recommendations. Before or after your windjammer cruise, we hope you take some time to get to know the MidCoast Maine area from Bath to Searsport, including the wonderful towns of Boothbay, Damariscotta, Rockland, Camden, Lincolnville and Belfast.

If you have any questions regarding your trip to our area, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re happy to help!

Heard on the Docks…

“All aspects of the cruise were wonderful but it was the kindness and warmth of the captains and crew that made the difference. Each one brought a distinctive gift to the experience from the flowers on the table to the watermelon that sailed to the music. Annie, the food was superb. Captain Jon, thank you for guiding us so ably through the beautiful islands of Penobscot Bay. We will never forget it.”

~ Bill & Martha D., IN