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Travel Blogs from Castine

Castine Travel Blogs (2)
Castine: What a cute town!, Castine, United States travel blog

Castine: What a cute town!

A travel blog entry by cochranfamily

3

... as rough and narrow and because we were so miserable we decided to skip exploring the rest of the peninsula after dinner.   Castine is a very small Oceanside town with the main road leading down a steep hill ending at the fishing port.  We ...

Julyyyy!, Castine, United States travel blog

Julyyyy!

A travel blog entry by georgestrick

... , causing one of their most embarrassing defeats of all time :-p found it quite interesting as we drove over the canal on the way to Castine :-) This week we have another talent show, and the fist Glee Club sesh, so I'll keep you updated as to how that is ...

Attractions in Castine

Castine Attractions (7)
Castine Historical Society

Castine Historical Society

4.50

Abbott School, Castine Town Common Castine, Maine, United States

Permanent collection includes "The Penobscot Expedition", a multi-media presentation and display accounting the events of 1779 that led up to this disastrous chapter in American history including the controversial role of Paul Revere. Temporary exhibits revolve around local culture and interest drawing from the vast archives of the society. Special Group walking tours can be arranged. Open July1 - Labor Day, 10-4 M-Sat., 1-4 Sun., Closed Mondays.

Dyce Head Foot Path

Dyce Head Foot Path

4.50

Castine, Maine, United States

Short walking trail leading to a scenic and rugged rock.

Fort George State Park

Fort George State Park

4.50

Battle Avenue, Castine, Maine, United States

Originally known as Fort Penobscot, Fort George was the last post surrendered by the British at the end of the Revolutionary War.

Fort Madison State Park

Fort Madison State Park

4.00

Perkins Street, Castine, Maine, United States