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    • Maine  Spruce Point   Friendship sloop
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    • Pride of Baltimore off Spruce Point Inn
    • Memories Made in Maine..SPI dock
    • Burnt Island Light off Spruce Point Inn
    • Kayaks on Spruce Point Inn dock
    • Casting off the Spruce Point Inn dock
    • Sailing by SPI dock
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    • Cabbage Island Clambake
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    • Fireworks in Boothbay Harbor
    • Ram Island Light off Spruce Point Inn
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    • Burnt Island view on a July day
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    • Snack Shack at SWP
    • Cabbage Island Clambake
    • Daybreak At The Marshall Point Lighthouse
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    • Boothbay Harbor  Railway Village
    • Kids fishing on the Spruce Point Inn dock
    • Sailing at Spruce Point Inn
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    • Seal at Spruce Point shore May 27, 2012
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    • Ram Island Light near Spruce Point
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    • Shipyard Cup 2012 off Spurce Point Inn
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    From sailing to golf and hiking to beachcombing the Spruce Point Inn Resort and Spa is a lively community offering an abundance of fun things to do in Maine for guests of all ages. The natural lansdscape of seafaring Boothbay Harbor lends itself well to a wide array of outdoor Maine activities, including hiking, fishing, kayaking, boating, cycling, and swimming. Spend a leisurely summer morning stretched on hammock by the sea, or tour the near by Maine Botanical Garden or the lighthouses of the midcoast region Explore the beauty of sparkling tidal pools, or trim the sheets on a beam reach across Linekin Bay. Whether you are feeling adventurous or contemplative, you’ll find the best of Maine recreation at the Spruce Point Inn.

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Activities on Land

Mid-Coast Maine, the iconic stretch of shoreline from Freeport to Belfast, is one of the best-loved coasts in America. Linking timeless seaports and the most au-courant art colonies, the Mid-Coast has given generations of visitors fond memories of, as Maine Tourism’s slogan says, “the way life should be.” 

Boothbay Harbor, long inhabited by indigenous Penobscots and Passamaquoddy and settled by Scot-Irish c. 1730, is a classic combination of the elements that make great memories: the dramatic Atlantic that meets the calm waters of the harbor right at Spruce Point’s doorstep, and opposite Burnt Island lighthouse, the classic harbor that is home to both an active fishing fleet and the storied windjammers that bring Maine’s age of sail alive. Less than an hour from Portland, Boothbay is a place from a time where things still slow down long enough to let people get their bearings.

Along the brick sidewalks of town – a pleasant walk, short shuttle ride or 10 minute trip on the Inn’s private launch – guests find a selection of distinctive boutiques and bookstores, ice cream shops, lobster pounds and art galleries. Window-shopping alone is worth an afternoon, perhaps paced by lunch in one of the stylish cafes.

The genuine beauty of mid-coast Maine at Spruce Point Inn Resort & Spa is best experienced when guests take the Inn’s own kayaks or bicycles for a personal tour of the hidden bays and beaches, quiet lanes and wildflowers. Spruce Point itself is a community of private homeowners who share their summer getaway with the guests of the Inn. Some of the best memories with family and friends come from exploring the property’s 57 acres of shady spruce woodland, paths first marked by Native Americans and sun-dappled shoreline. Boothbay Harbor is a vibrant summer community that is forever abustle with activity. For those seeking exciting adventures on dry land, below is a list of some must-see attractions:

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  • Arts and Entertainment

  • Botanical Gardens

  • Day trips to LL Bean

  • Fishing

  • Golf

  • Hiking Trails and Preserves

  • Biking

  • Lighthouses

  • Museums and Exhibits

  • Clambakes

  • Sports and Fitness

  • Live Theatre