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#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Boothbay Harbor
Captain Phil gives a lot of interesting detail on the trip from Boothbay Harbor to the private Cabbage Island without being over-the-top, and the Moore family are exceptional hosts when you arrive.
Trip out the their island and you are greeted by mother Moore (Bernie Alice) which the boat is named after along with her 2 sons at the dock, there are picnic tables you go to and are greeted by respectful young p...
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Boothbay Harbor
This property offers excellent trails for hiking, a fresh water pond, access to the Sheepscott River for boaters old apple orchards, and an amazing amount of natural landscapes!
Ocean Point provides a great view of the Boothbay Harbor islands and the geologic formations that support the tide pools are a feast for the eye and imagination.
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Boothbay Harbor
Two "touch" tanks with all different kids of ocean creatures, fishing off the dock, and arts and crafts center and a great demonstration about lobsters.
We ended up spending almost two hours at this small, highly educational aquarium and really recommend it for both children and adults who love the nature and the ocean!
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Boothbay
There are shoreline areas, a garden for the senses, meditation areas, hillside areas, an enormous fairy house village, water features, a kitchen garden, an impressive rhododendron area, a waterfall, a wonderfully...
Lovely gardens and views, plenty of different areas including woodland areas, fantastic sculptures sprinkled throughout, butterfly garden, and the childrens garden was fun for an adult and I am sure a treasure for...
#4 of 4 Nature & Parks in Boothbay Harbor
Now part of it is available for visiting and hiking every summer while some of it is a bird preserve for most of the summer.
This was our first visit since the Nature Conservancy handed the island to the Boothbay Region Land Trust.
Reid State Park Georgetown 6.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Georgetown
A few sandy beaches, sand dunes, a lagoon for warmer swimming, trails, fishing, picnicking, wildlife, gorgeous views, tranquility (lots of room to get away from the madding crowd) -- what more could you ask for, e...
To us the best features of Reid State Park are the varied beaches, the views (most of the time in the summer you will find artists painting their canvases trying to capture the great scenes), and the secluded loca...