Lobster Buoy Campsites

Address: 280 Waterman Beach Road, South Thomaston, South Thomaston, Maine, 04858, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 280 Waterman Beach Road, South Thomaston, South Thomaston, is near Owls Head Transportation Museum, Owl's Head State Park, General Henry Knox Museum / Montpelier, and Harbor Park.
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    A fantastic final day

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... been returned to the sea, we went down around the coast. The captain kept us entertained with information about the various places we passed, such as the farm where the striped Belted Galloway cattle are reared for their beef, and the family that own a local lighthouse. Although it was a bit chilly, I wouldn’t have missed it! Not only was it another opportunity to take in the sights of the coast from the water, and to learn about ...

    Experiencing a lighthouse, firsthand!

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... to check out one of the many interesting restaurants there. The rain had begun as we boarded the bus for our afternoon’s excursion to Owl’s Head Light, but we were still excited to be going there. After a short uphill walk from the parking lot, and a climb up a long ramp, a staircase, a spiral staircase in the lighthouse, and a short ladder up to a hatch in the floor, we were able to stand right inside the lantern room! The current keeper talked to us about ...

    We take to the water!

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... I visited a place called Castle Tucker – a historic home that’s now open to the public. Because it was a weekday, and off-season, I got my own private tour around this lovely mansion, learning about the various families who lived here, and seeing the lovely décor, as well as the parts of the building that are being restored. I had a lobster roll for dinner, too – there’s no such thing as too much lobster when you’re in ...

    Exploring life along the coast

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... Our next stop was at the Penobscot Marine Museum, also in Searsport. This is a museum spread across several buildings (eight of which are on the National Register of Historic Buildings!), each with different displays relating to the history of the Penobscot Bay region. We enjoyed a walk through an exhibit called Working the Bay with a member of staff, who talked to us about the various ways people have made a living in the region down through the years, and ...

    A great start to the program

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... organization is committed to helping sustain the people who live on the islands off the coast of Maine. These islands are a harsh place to live, and the Institute is working with the residents to provide them with whatever is need to help them face the challenges facing lobstermen today, and to look to the future and enable them to continue to live where their ancestors have been for generations. The Institute is ...