74 Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Islesboro, Maine
Camden Hills State Park

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Located in Camden, ME (8 miles from Islesboro)

Located a few minutes north of Camden on U.S. Route 1, the park offers year-round trail activities and camping. Winter camping, in a rustic shelter, is also offered and available by reservation by calling the park. Renowned for the panoramic view of Camden Harbor and Penobscot Bay from the top of Mt. Battie, which inspired Edna St. Vincent Millay's poem "Renascence," the park still inspires wonder in visitors today.

(This excerpt provided by Camden Hills State Park representatives)

Biking Hiking Park X-Country Skiing
The Belfast Historical Society and Museum

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Located in Belfast, ME (10 miles from Islesboro)

The Belfast Historical Society and Museum is dedicated to the collection, conservation, preservation and interpretation of artifacts relevant to Belfast history. Visitors to the Museum will enjoy vintage photographs, maps, postcard collections and interpretive displays. An extensive archives and library are available for research.

(This excerpt provided by The Belfast Historical Society and Museum representatives)

Penobscot Marine Museum

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Located in Searsport, ME (11 miles from Islesboro)

The principal exhibits at Penobscot Marine Museum focus on the industry of Penobscot Bay in the 19th century and illustrate what it was like to live and work on one of the great square-rigged ships in the last quarter of the 19th century, and to visit China when it truly was exotic.

(This excerpt provided by Penobscot Marine Museum representatives)

Camden Snow Bowl

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Located in Camden, ME (12 miles from Islesboro)

The Snow Bowl has that friendly small-town feel, and with nearly 1,000 feet of vertical elevation and more than 20 recently expanded runs, it shines as a seacoast ski resort.
Nestled among picturesque harbors, charming inns and award-winning restaurants, the Snow Bowl is also the only ski area on the East Coast with ocean views.

(This excerpt provided by Camden Snow Bowl representatives)

Biking Downhill Skiing Hiking
Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse

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Located in Stacyville, ME (15 miles from Islesboro)

Many people ask us if the breakwater was built to connect the lighthouse to the land. In fact, the breakwater was built first. In the 1850s several severe nor’easters caused considerable damage to many Rockland waterfront structures, businesses and to ships in the harbor. Lack of a protective breakwater clearly prevented the harbor from realizing its potential as a commercial port and a harbor of refuge for coastal shipping. In spite of citizen petitions and intervention by a local Senator, Congress did not approve constuction of a breakwater until 1880.

(This excerpt provided by Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse representatives)

Lighthouse Nature
Owls Head Light

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Located in Owls Head, ME (15 miles from Islesboro)

Nobody is quite sure how Owl's Head got its name. Some say the picturesque promontory resembles an owl from the water, but it takes great imagination to see anything of the sort. Some say Owl's Head is the English translation of the Indian name for the spot, Medadacut.

(This excerpt provided by Owls Head Light representatives)

Schooner American Eagle

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Located in Rockland, ME (15 miles from Islesboro)

Sail with Captain John Foss and the crew of the Schooner American Eagle for a truly excellent vacation and a great experience. Step back in time and enjoy a leisurely cruise along the coast of Maine. Sail where the wind blows and leave the world behind.

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