Boothbay Resort

Address: 301 Adams Pond Rd, Boothbay, Maine, 04537, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 301 Adams Pond Rd, Boothbay, is near Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Boothbay Railway Village, Opera House at Boothbay Harbor, and Oven's Mouth Preserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Boothbay

    Enjoyed the day of our 30th anniversary

    A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Jul 20, 2015

    7 photos

    ... their own chicken, and they were very very tasty. The drumsticks were really big, but very tender and tasty all the way through. That was my favorite. The baby kale (from their own garden) salad was very good. For dessert, Bob had his favorite warm chocolate cake, and I had a espresso gelato float with some fried biscuit. I did not realize there was quite a bit of espresso. Even though I only had a little, I'm afraid my sleep tonight might be affected .... After dinner, ...

    Boothbay Harbor, Maine

    A travel blog entry by davedolber on Jul 16, 2015

    5 photos

    ... pounds of lobster a year! Now that's a lot of claws and tails! Bet the butter industry loves Maine. Saw a lot of seals, private islands owned by rich people and lots of pretty boats. Spent Friday morning driving back to Boston to get the Jeep after tow bar repairs. By the way...did you know you can get a fresh Maine lobster roll at McDonalds around here? Crazy but cheap and pretty damn tasty! (According to Jan - I hate the damn ...

    MId-Coast Road Trip

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on May 20, 2015

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... ostrich fern.)

    The remainder of our meal was served with attentive care to our preferences.

    The following day we visited the Damariscotta Mills Fish Ladder Restoration Project, which is the state's oldest and most productive alewife fishery. Alewives return to fresh water to spawn, as do wild salmon. Closely related to herring, alewives are fished primarily for lobster bait, which is a vital industry to Maine's ...

    Wedding Day

    A travel blog entry by skierdude on Jun 30, 2012

    23 photos

    ... the old people who are lonely and neglected by their families I wanted to tell her how lucky she is.

    As evening arrived, the mosquitoes arrived in large numbers and, being a tent, you couldn't keep them out. Normally they make a beeline for me but Maine mosquitoes seemed to be more attracted to Bec than me which meant that she copped the worst of it by far. At one time she was being attacked by more than a dozen at one ...

    Day 6 at Boothbay

    A travel blog entry by tennyp on Jul 10, 2011

    2 comments, 5 photos

    We started our day out by riding into Wiscasset and have lunch at Red's. We arrived about 40 minutes before opening time and we were behind eight other families, all couples except one with two kids. We had our lobster rolls as usual but saw someone with haddock and it looked good. We might get a lobster roll and haddock platter next time and share them. Someone told us that USA Today had an article in todays paper about Red's and we talked to a couple on ...