Make your way to the Marshall Point Lighthouse if you are in Port Clyde. This lighthouse is well known for being a stop on Forrest Gump's cross-country run. There is a parking lot there, but it is also a lovely walk (1 mile or 20 minutes) from the village. The museum is small but loaded with very interesting artifacts, a gift shop, and a curator who will answer any questions you may have. There are a couple of picnic tables with a phenomenal view of the harbor. Great place to bring your morning coffee or a picnic lunch.
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