At In The Clover we want to create a place of well-being where women can find helpful service, effective bodycare products from around the globe, and hard-to-find fragrances with environmentally sensitive ingredients. Also, we want to provide affordably-priced, unique accessories, clothing, and jewelry. We use European boutiques and perfumeries as models, especially of our much- beloved France.
Bonyun Preserve is conservation land managed primarily for the preservation of wildlife. The Preserve is open free of charge to the public from dawn to dusk. Easy, moderate and scenic 1.7 mile loop with dirt, forest floor and rocky ledge. No pets allowed. B.Y.O.B. Bring your own Bug spray!
Rent kayaks and adventure around midcoast Maine by water. They’ve been in the kayak business for over 25 years. Head over to the shop and discover how much fun kayaking can be. They will be happy to help you find the perfect boat for your skill level and needs.
Curated store with an assortment of beautiful things: imported small pieces of glassware, Japanese China and pottery pieces hand thrown in Maine, sculptural spoons and utensils, handmade papers and lovely ribbons available by the yard, in a rainbow of colors and patterns, toys, cards and artful jewelry.
Baked from scratch using local and sustainable ingredients. Amazing baked goods, Coffee, lunch, prepared meals, gifts, wine, beer, cheese, chocolate and candy. Gluten free options and some vegan. Mostly vegetarian.
This 159-acre wetland preserve was one of the first areas settled on Westport Island. Hike along the 1.8 mile Jeremy’s Ramble Trail, exploring several short side trails. These blazed trails begin at the parking area off West Shore Road and proceed through hardwood forest, along a picturesque stone wall and by the lush green marsh grass of the wetland along the creek.
Watch boats motor by, catch a glimpse of playful harbor seals, or see nearby nesting osprey take flight as you enjoy a picnic on the waterfront at Fort Edgecomb State Historic Site. Located on Davis Island in the Sheepscott River, Fort Edgecomb traces its origins to the early 19th century. Interpretive panels unfold the events surrounding the Fort's history when hostilities in Europe dictated construction of forts to protect local residents.