Situated on the picturesque rocky peninsulas along the Atlantic Ocean, Maine’s Midcoast region is bursting with things to do, places to visit, and sights to see. Whether your travels bring you in search of outdoor adventures, coastal tours and seaside retreats, or always fresh and delicious seafood, the Midcoast has something for everyone.
Midcoast Maine Lighthouse Tour
Our coastal region is full of picture-worthy spots, including several historic lighthouses. You can catch a pre-planned tour with a third party group, or plan your own excursion. Maine boasts 65 historic lighthouses, with one, The Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse located just a quick trip from The Lindsey Guest House. Check out a few of the areas most popular lighthouses here, and start planning your tour!
Get Out On The Water
Hoping to see Maine’s gorgeous coast from the water? Rockland mariners offer a variety of boat tours to help you maximize coastal views! Need a recommendation? Check out these local touring companies.
If you’re hoping for more of a self-guided water tour, check out these local boat rentals for kayaks, canoes, and paddle boards.
Visit Maine’s State and National Parks
Maine is home to some amazing natural spaces, including a National Park and historic sites and several state parks. Whether you’re visiting Acadia National Park, exploring sights along the Appalachian Trail, taking a trip out to North Haven Island or stopping in at one of Maine’s 48 State Parks and Historic Sites, there is no shortage of opportunity to explore the outdoors and Maine’s natural beauty.
Experience Local Festivals
Celebrations of all that Maine has to offer are held throughout the year. From our Maritime heritage to local celtic roots, and rich arts and culture, there’s never a shortage of events. Here are a few of Maine’s popular festivals:
Maine Lobster Festival, Rockland, Maine
North Atlantic Blues Festival, Rockland, Maine