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Long Island Maine, Sunset TerraceSunset Terrace - Located on Long Island
Is situated on Long Island and overlooks Casco Bay and the Portland skyline. This beautiful outdoor venue is close to the ferry and Long Island’s quaint village center. The island offers 3 beautiful sandy beaches and historic army ruins. A bus can be provided for transportation to the beaches and for island tours. Museum Tours area available Sundays from 1:30 – 4:00 or by special request. A small donation is requested. The museum gives local history with a permanent WWII exhibit. This summer there will be a focus on east end families who have summered on the island. Learn how the Government took over property during WWII (1940). Learn about the beaches, fueling depot with underground tanks and island life including the community center/island. Did you know only 270 live people live there in the winter and 1500 in the summer? Beach walks are a nice way to see the coast. Bike rides are an enjoyable option around the well groomed road which is a wonderful way to check out the island. The smell of beach roses combined with the salt air is a great way to energize and refresh yourself from fast paced city life. The rocky coast has many beautiful spots to relax on your journey. There are also many dirt roads through conservation land for the more adventurous bikers.

The Fifth Maine Regiment Memorial Hall
Built 1888, this hall held great importance during Civil War days. Today it sits upon the rocky coast of Peaks overlooking Cushing Island. The gorgeous wrap around porch is a great place to relax with friends and coworkers. A dining room with spectacular views can seat up to 85 people. A quaint garden area is provided to take in the breathtaking views. This building is handicap accessible and has two bathrooms.

Lion’s Club - Located on Peaks Island
This oceanfront location was the site of 4 famous theaters back in the late 1800’s. Many well-known performers such as Jean Stapleton, and the Barrymoore family performed here over the years. The Greenwood Garden’s Playhouse still hosts the local island acts. This spacious building can hold up to 226 people with plenty of room for a band. It is handicap accessible and has toilette facilities. A large tent outside can provide shade on a hot summer day. Volley ball horseshoes and other outside games are provided to keep everyone entertained. The sunset view here is spectacular.

Winslow Park - Freeport, Maine
A fun state park with a sandy beach, playground and facilities. The picnic area is covered and there is plenty of room for outside games. Located on a peninsula surrounded by the Harraseeket River and Casco Bay, Winslow Memorial Park & Campground offers fabulous views, scenic trails, picnicking, 100 campsites on the coast, beach, playground, tidal boat launching and group areas great for company picnics or family reunions. A self-guided nature trail borders the Park adjacent to the Harraseeket River and Casco Bay. Benches along the trail afford hikers the opportunity of stopping and enjoying the great views and tranquility of the Park. Be sure to bring your binoculars and camera. This location offers a tidal boat launch, playground, and volleyball. There is also a beautiful beach for flying kites, wading in the water or just enjoying the view. If you want to walk around there are scenic trails for all to enjoy. During July and August, the Park sponsors a Thursday night concert series featuring local bands. Visit their website for more information.

Wolfe’s Neck Farm - Freeport Maine

Enjoy the unspoiled beauty of nature in the friendly relaxed atmosphere on this 600 acre salt water farm located along the shore of Casco Bay. Enjoy beautiful walks on or near the shore, tucked in the towering pines. Just a few miles up you can enjoy Wolfe Neck State Park. Enjoy walking or hiking around the 600 acre salt water farm. Explore the working beef farm with cows, goats, pigs, hens and wild rabbits accessible to everyone. Enjoy tidal swimming, fishing, and kayaking. Or stay at the farm and just enjoy peaceful relaxation overlooking the gorgeous view. Visit their website for more information.

Fort Williams - Cape Elizabeth
Fort Williams is home to a beautiful oceanfront park and Portland Head Light, the most photographed lighthouse in the world. The 100 year old fort at Portland Head, which was Portland Harbor's main defense for many years, was officially named on April 13, 1899, for Major General Seth Williams, a native of Augusta who served in the Civil War.
Today, the park offers something for everyone: history enthusiasts can explore the fort's remains; nature folks can walk along the cliffs that drop to the sea; families can picnic on grassy hills, play frisbee, or fly kites; those interested in lighthouses can visit the lighthouse, museum, and gift shop; and everyone can enjoy the breathtaking views of Portland Harbor and the ocean. Visit their website for more information.

Southern Maine Community College - South PortlandOcean Side Maine Lobster Bakes
Located on a beautiful site overlooking Casco Bay the College is one of the most picturesque points on the Maine coast. The campus is on the site of the former Fort Preble, which protected Portland Harbor from the time of the Revolutionary War through World War II. Many of the buildings and surrounding houses are historic structures that have recently been renovated. This location offers a beach, a wharf, interesting military fortifications, and a lighthouse. This location offers something for everyone: history enthusiasts can explore the former Fort Preble; nature folks can walk along the beach and small cliffs that drop to the sea; families can picnic on grassy hills, play Frisbee, play on the beach playground or fly kites; those interested in lighthouses can visit the lighthouse; and everyone can enjoy the breathtaking views of Casco Bay and the ocean. Indoor facilities are available for your convenience. Visit their website for more information.



Two Lights - South Portland
Two Lights State Park is a popular point of destination for Maine residents and the many visitors who enjoy the state's legendary rocky coast. Picnic tables situated on the hills facing the ocean afford visitors spectacular views of the ocean while enjoying an afternoon LobsterBake™. It is easy to enjoy the refreshing sea breezes along shoreline trails and watch ships sailing into and out of Portland Harbor. Opened in 1961, the park encompasses 41-acres of rocky headlands. Standing high above the rocky coast and rolling surf, you will have sweeping views of Casco Bay and the open Atlantic. This location includes paths and benches along the shore for walks along the beach and views of small cliffs that drop to the sea. Folks can play Frisbee, sit on the beach or fly kites. Everyone can enjoy the breathtaking views of Casco Bay and the ocean. Indoor facilities are available for your convenience.  Visit their website for more information.

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