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Sears Island

4 locals recommend

Tips from locals

Katrina
Katrina
April 15, 2019
Once inhabited by residents but now taken back by nature, this island is close and you can drive over the causeway and park for a nice hike on the beach or head on the road through the center of the island.
Joanna
Joanna
November 18, 2018
Hard to describe...an island, hiking trails, no cars. Must see to understand!
Ted And Stephanie
Ted And Stephanie
August 8, 2017
Beautiful undeveloped island formerly owned by the local Indians but given back to the State for preservation. Beautiful! Pick up muscles among the rocks at low tide, listen to the Loons cry at dawn and dusk. BEAUTIFUL!
Sally
Sally
August 3, 2016
Sears Island was a new discovery for us-- and, it is now a favorite place to go for an easy and lovely hike and for spectacular views of the Penobscot Bay area. There are trails throughout the island (the largest uninhabited island on the east coast of the US) and the beach area (5+ miles) all…

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“Some of the best beer in Maine. Go here after lobster at Young's Lobster Pound.”
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Cheese Shop
“Hard to find cheese, wines and everything else to make a delightful gift or antipasto while visiting.”
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Restaurant
“Food and drinks harborside. Particularly a favorite in the summer and fall.”
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Restaurant
“Good family location as long as you get the basics like burgers. Great selection of authentic local pies.”
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Location
Searsport, ME 04974