Skip to content

Bucksport's Surrounding Area - the reason we call it Center of the Universe

Shannon

Bucksport's Surrounding Area - the reason we call it Center of the Universe

Sightseeing
Belfast is a great town - little shops and galleries, great food, the theater is good fun on an evening or a rainy day. We love, love, love the farmer's market and go there often. For walking fun, there's plenty to see in Belfast.
39
locals recommend
Belfast
39
locals recommend
Belfast is a great town - little shops and galleries, great food, the theater is good fun on an evening or a rainy day. We love, love, love the farmer's market and go there often. For walking fun, there's plenty to see in Belfast.
Gorgeous gardens, lovely homes, and stunning views. Castine is a lovely place just 20-10 minutes from Bucksport.
15
locals recommend
Castine
15
locals recommend
Gorgeous gardens, lovely homes, and stunning views. Castine is a lovely place just 20-10 minutes from Bucksport.
One of our favorite things to do in Bar Harbor is just sit on the rocks and build rock towers off the beach path. The town band plays on Monday nights, which we also enjoy.
63
locals recommend
Bar Harbor
63
locals recommend
One of our favorite things to do in Bar Harbor is just sit on the rocks and build rock towers off the beach path. The town band plays on Monday nights, which we also enjoy.
So much to do here! Wow! Sand Beach, the Beach Path at the top of the rocks to Thunder Hole, sunset at the top of Mount Cadillac, many trails, Jordan Pond, the Carriage roads, stargazing.
185
locals recommend
Acadia National Park
185
locals recommend
So much to do here! Wow! Sand Beach, the Beach Path at the top of the rocks to Thunder Hole, sunset at the top of Mount Cadillac, many trails, Jordan Pond, the Carriage roads, stargazing.
It's really Camden and Rockland (and also Rockport, not far away). This area was just featured in the New York Times. Galleries, the Farnsworth, Mount Battie and Camden Hills State Park, the Camden Harbor, great shops and restaurants.
44
locals recommend
Camden
44
locals recommend
It's really Camden and Rockland (and also Rockport, not far away). This area was just featured in the New York Times. Galleries, the Farnsworth, Mount Battie and Camden Hills State Park, the Camden Harbor, great shops and restaurants.
Bayside Village is a former Wesleyan camp from the 1800s - absolutely adorable!
Bayside
Bayside Village is a former Wesleyan camp from the 1800s - absolutely adorable!
Darling's Waterfront has featured some fantastic music - people come from all over for some of these concerts. The downtown is wonderful , too - lots of little shops and restaurants and the Penobscot Theater Company for sure!
9
locals recommend
Bangor
9
locals recommend
Darling's Waterfront has featured some fantastic music - people come from all over for some of these concerts. The downtown is wonderful , too - lots of little shops and restaurants and the Penobscot Theater Company for sure!
Stonington is a quintessential Maine town - one of the largest lobster ports in the country. You can break up the trip with Blue Hill and Deer Isle. There's an active drama/theater life in all three places. If you're into jewelry, check out J. McVeigh Jewelry - a must see! Along the way is one of the most fantastic views in Maine, a great bridge, and several cool beaches.
24
locals recommend
Stonington
24
locals recommend
Stonington is a quintessential Maine town - one of the largest lobster ports in the country. You can break up the trip with Blue Hill and Deer Isle. There's an active drama/theater life in all three places. If you're into jewelry, check out J. McVeigh Jewelry - a must see! Along the way is one of the most fantastic views in Maine, a great bridge, and several cool beaches.
Great antiques, shops, and restaurants and the perfect place to catch breakfast or lunch on the way to Acadia.
23
locals recommend
Ellsworth
23
locals recommend
Great antiques, shops, and restaurants and the perfect place to catch breakfast or lunch on the way to Acadia.