Visit Searsport, Maine, and enjoy the friendly locals and rugged coastlines that the area is known for. As a deepwater seaport where the Penobscot River estuary meets the Penobscot Bay, the small town is home to a vibrant community of local fishermen and is often referred to as "the home of the famous sea captains." Come and enjoy a delicious seafood meal at one of the great restaurants the area is known for, or get into nature and appreciate the native habitat. Sears Island Preserve is a great place to enjoy a hike in the great outdoors, and Moose Point State Park is known for being home to a wide variety of wildlife species who live in the area. Take a look below and find the perfect place to create lasting memories during your time in Searsport, Maine.


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