Midcoast Maine

North End Lobster Co-op

Located on Westport Island, the North End Lobster Co-op wharf provides deep water access to fishermen in the area, benefiting more than 40 families.

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Pemaquid Fishermen’s Cooperative

Approximately 50 fishing and harvesting families are supported by this property’s working waterfront access.

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Penny Lake

Penny Lake Preserve features a mile of family friendly trails, including one that is ADA handicapped accessible.

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Port Clyde Fishermen’s Cooperative

Supports the lobstering activities of co-op members, and a portion of the property is also leased to a family-owned and operated bait processing facility that provides bait to fishermen throughout the area.

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Ragged and Bald Mountain

Ragged and Bald Mountains form the centerpiece of a conservation area prized for its recreational trails, rocky summits, and scenic views that include Penobscot Bay and the White Mountains.

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River-Link

The River-Link is a five-mile trail and wildlife corridor on the Boothbay Peninsula.

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Roberts Wharf

Accommodating up to 10 fishermen, this 1.9-acre property includes two pier structures, convenient deep water access, moorings, and gear storage space.

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Ship to Shore

Wharf serves more than 30 fishing boats with all-tide access, bait, fuel, parking, and two hydraulic winches with booms.

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South Bristol Fisherman’s Co-op

Founded in 1972 by 12 local fishermen, the Co-op now serves roughly 40 boats and 70 fishermen.

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Spruce Head Fishermen’s Cooperative

One of the most significant lobster landing sites on the coast of Maine, supporting more than 75 boats.

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Thorne Head

Features 3.5 miles of family-friendly hiking trails near the shores of the Kennebec River.

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Vinalhaven Lobstermen’s Co-op

Serves about 60 boats, has 84 members, and supports 100 island families with income from the sale of lobsters and crabs.

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