Wiscasset Woods Lodge is in the perfect location to enjoy all that Midcoast Maine has to offer. We are less than 45 minutes from beaches, lighthouses, museums and historic sites.
One of the few lighthouses you can go into. Also has dramatic rocks down to the ocean with tide pools to explore (31 miles)
A state park with two stretches of beach, hiking trails, a lagoon area, and picnic tables. A great way to spend a day. (20 miles)
A state park with miles of beach ever changing beach. Visitors can walk out to Fox Island at low tide. Watching the tide rise and cover the causeway is fascinating. (23 miles)
One of the top 5 botanical gardens in the US. Over 295 tidal acres you’ll find rose gardens, ponds, a children’s garden and much more. (16 miles)
Great museum on the history of boat building in Maine. Take a tour boat down the Kennebec river to learn about different lighthouses. (9 miles)
Museum rebuilding an historic narrow gauge railway. They have a round house, historic bridge, and rebuilt steam engines. (8 miles)
Ride a train around a village containing many historic buildings moved to the site. The village has a classic car collection and steam locomotive. (12 miles)
Wiscasset is home to several historic sites including the 1812 Jail, Nickels-Sortwell House and Castle Tucker. It also has a Museum on the Streets walking tour. (3 miles)
Classic roadside food shack. Nationally famous for their lobster rolls. They’ve been featured on numerous television shows and magazines. (3 miles)
Fun ropes course and ziplines for the whole family. There are three levels of challenges for big kids and a small course for little kids. (1 mile)
Midcoast Maine’s largest flea market open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. If you’re interested in antiques, consider visiting Wednesday morning which is antiques day.