Lake Pemaquid Campground

Address: Box 967, Damariscotta, Maine, 04543, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on Box 967, Damariscotta, is near Todd Audubon Sanctuary at Hog Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Damariscotta

    Day 78 Wiscasset To Rockport, Maine Mile: 4,075

    A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 27, 2014

    4 comments, 26 photos

    ... Waldoboro. Then take Route 90 into Rockport, completing the bike trip with a front tire dip into the Atlantic Ocean. It was staggering to believe that our cross country journey would be finished in a few short hours.

    Blue skies and morning sunshine beamed down on Maura and I as we had our ...

    Day 77 Gloucester To Wiscasset, Maine Mile: 4,020

    A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 26, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... with old friends in Brunswick for the night. After the good byes, I got totally lost trying to find my way out of the city.

    Eventually, I was back on track and pedaling to our planned lunch destination in Bath, Maine. I met Maura at Bath's harbor overlooking the Kennebec ...

    The adventure begins!

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 07, 2014

    5 photos



    This week I’m attending a Road Scholar program in midcoast Maine – the area roughly north of Portland, and south of Down East Maine. I’m really looking forward to it! Some of my ancestors were from this region in Maine, so this week’s classes will give me an insight into what life was like for them in this rugged coastal region. September is a great time of year to visit, ...

    Learn About Maine's History

    A travel blog entry by tah101fall2012 on Dec 01, 2012

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... Deer, and many other species. My favorite part of the Back to Nature exhibit was the luck chair. The luck chair is made out of dropped antlers from deer. The seat of the chair is made of deer hide. The history of the chair is that at the beginning of the hunting season every year, hunter’s would go to the State House to touch the chair, believing that doing so would bring them good luck.

    The next exhibit we entered was Made in Maine which displays the ...

    Pumpkin festival

    A travel blog entry by shanstravels on Oct 06, 2012

    1 photo

    ... was 1332 lbs and I could probably fit inside it.
    Many people and their pets dressed up as pumpkin. We saw a small child in the parade pulling Ina wagon the first pumpkin he ever grew which weighed 32 lbs. Very large pumpkins lined the streets and were decorated by the shops that they were infront ...