A sandy beach bordering the south side of the mouth of the Kennebec River, Popham Beach State Park is truly one of Maine's rare geologic landforms. Sunbathers relaxing on Popham's sands can see Fox and Wood islands offshore, and the Kennebec and Morse rivers border each end of the beach.
A boutique for women with individual style—featuring great personalized service and multi-generational appeal! We outfit women for special occasions to lazy Sundays at home, and all the days in between. We carry beloved, hand-picked brands and artisanal products from all around the world.
It’s called Maine Beer Company from a reason. Visit their newly expanded tasting room features 20 draft lines, including some limited and brewery-only releases. Eat pizzas from our wood-fired oven using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Cheers!
Bath Brewing Company is a community-driven brew pub situated on the banks of the Kennebec River in downtown Bath, Maine. Our cozy main floor pub offers delicious pub fair and a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere, with more traditional dining and lounge area available on the second floor. Our in-house brewery highlights a selection of English-style craft ales and hop-forward IPAs from our passionate brewmaster Peter Heggeman. Come by, relax, and have a meal and a pint with old friends and new!
The 500+ acre conservation area fronts over a mile of stunningly beautiful beach and dunes. Hike 2 miles each way through the salt marshes to enjoy a picnic and afternoon swimming and relaxing on the pristine, private beach. Parking is limited, so arrive early in the morning. No public restrooms.
The Chocolate Church Arts Center is mid coast Maine’s regional performing and visual arts center. For more than 40 years the Chocolate Church Arts Center has been offering a rich program of live music, gallery exhibitions, theatre for young artists, lectures and workshops.
Founded in 1962, Maine Maritime Museum sits on a beautiful 20-acre campus on the banks of the Kennebec River in “The City of Ships,” Bath, Maine.The museum is dedicated to promoting an understanding and appreciation of Maine’s maritime heritage and culture.
It all started in 2015 when Brendan Parsons successfully retrofitted an Oscar Meyer’s hotdog cart and introduced the first oyster food cart to the State of Maine. Since the shucking began on the corner of Commercial and Pearl Street in Portland, BP’s Oysters has expanded to include two Portland-based food carts, a Newcastle restaurant, a Damariscotta farm, and an oyster distribution company.