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Wendell Gilley Museum  image
(Range: 3 miles)
Wendell Gilley delighted in helping others find connections with nature and creativity. Our Museum sustains his legacy through vibrant art exhibitions and a wide range of hands-on creative and educational programs for all ages. (Curated content from www.wendellgilleymuseum.org)
Bass Harbor Head Light image
(Range: 4 miles)
The cliffside Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse in Acadia National Park, located in the village of Bass Harbor within Tremont, Maine in the United States, marks the entrance to Bass Harbor on the southwestern side of Mount Desert Island. The lighthouse was built of brick in 1858 on a stone foundation, stands 56 feet above mean high water and is accessible by car off Route 102A.  (Curated content from acadiamagic.com)
Northeast Harbor Golf Club image
(Range: 4 miles)
Located on Sargent Drive in Northeast Harbor, the Northeast Harbor Golf Club offers exceptional golf and professional instruction for all skill levels. Designed by Arthur Lockwood & Herbert Strong, our 18-hole golf course offers a mix of links-style and parkland holes. (Curated content from nehgc.com)
Asticou Azalea Garden image
(Range: 5 miles)
The Asticou Azalea Garden is an inspiring garden at the Preserve, combining the best natural features of Mount Desert Island with design elements inspired by classic Japanese gardens. (Curated content from www.gardenpreserve.org)
Eagle Lake Recreation Area image
(Range: 8 miles)
Eagle Lake is situated primarily within 23,000 acres of Maine Public Reserved Land near the Town of Eagle Lake, in Maine’s Aroostook County. One of the most remote bodies of water in the Fish River chain, Eagle Lake covers 5,581 acres with a maximum water depth of 136 feet. The lake is noted primarily for its outstanding brook trout, lake trout and landlocked salmon angling and is one of few Maine lakes that offers hook and line rainbow smelt angling, year-round, in freshwater. (Curated content from visitmaine.com)
Otter Cliff image
(Range: 10 miles)
Most cliffs are composed of solid coarse-grained pink granite. The longest routes are three pitches. Otter Cliff and Great Head provide a spectacular setting for sea cliff climbing not commonly available elsewhere. (Curated content from www.nps.gov)
Thunder Hole image
(Range: 10 miles)
The spectacular waves and crashing sounds of the ocean at Thunder Hole draw many visitors to this dramatic location. You need luck and timing to best experience the thunderous sounds which occur when the waves crash against the rock and water is forced through a crevice and into a small cave. The sound of thunder is created as rushing water crashes against air trapped inside the cave. The noise is most pronounced 1-2 hours before high tide, or just after a storm. The waves here can be very dangerous, especially when storms are near. Please follow all posted signs and be sure to stay within the designated viewing area. (Curated content from jordanpondhouse.com)
Kebo Valley Golf Club image
(Range: 10 miles)
Established in 1888, Kebo Valley Golf Club is the oldest golf club in Maine, and the eighth oldest golf club in the United States. Kebo has tested the skills of many of the country’s finest players, most influential politicians, and leaders of industry. Kebo includes 18 spectacular and well-maintained golf holes, each hole will challenge and excited players of any level. (Curated content from kebovalleyclub.com)
Dorr Museum image
(Range: 11 miles)
The Dorr Museum features dioramas of coastal Maine wildlife and a tide pool tank that houses a variety of live sea stars, hermit crabs, snails and other marine creatures. Visitors of all ages can touch, smell, listen and create while learning about the natural history of Maine. (Curated content from www.coa.edu)
Abbe Museum image
(Range: 11 miles)
At the Abbe's downtown museum, visitors find dynamic and stimulating exhibitions and activities interspersed with spaces for quiet reflection. The history and cultures of the Native people in Maine, the Wabanaki, are showcased through changing exhibitions, special events, teacher workshops, archaeology field schools, and workshops for children and adults. (Curated content from www.abbemuseum.org)