Maine Coast Points of Interest

Old York Historical Society

Twelve months a year Old York Historical Society is busy presenting informative and often fun programs and events for a wide audience. Check out their events page to find out what is happening in this year. The Decorator Show House is held annually in the summer to raise much needed funds to support all the programs, preservation efforts, and events sponsored by Old York.

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Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve

Seven miles of hiking and cross-country skiing trails provide access to woodlands, fields, wetlands, beach, and dunes. Spectacular views and diverse habitats make the Reserve an especially popular destination for nature photographers and birdwatchers. Trail maps are available at the Visitor Center and at the entry kiosk.

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Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge

Established to preserve ten important estuaries that are key points along migration routes of waterfowl and other migratory birds. During harsh winters, the refuge's marshes provide vital food and cover for waterfowl and other migrating birds at a time when inland waters are frozen. The refuge also supports piping plover, least terns, peregrine falcons, bald eagles and other state and federally protected species

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Prescott Park

Located on 3.5 acres in downtown Portsmouth, the arts festival has a long and rich history of successfully presenting the arts with no fixed admission. (A $5 per person donation is requested to help defray the costs.)

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"The Maine Seacoast Unscripted."

The SEAGULL RESORT and CONDOMINIUMS is located in Coastal Wells, Maine.