Wiscasset is a wonderful mix of families and retirees who are active and enjoy being outdoors. It is a community of approximately 3,000 people who enjoy the small village feeling near the waterfront a short distance from Portland, Augusta, and Rockland.
The shoreline of Mid-Coast Maine is a sight to behold. These friendly, hard working waterfront communities epitomize what it means to be a Mainer. In the summer, towns like Rockland and Wiscasset come alive with fantastic annual events and festivals, although, locals know that this is truly a great place to live year-round.
Rockland is a hip, up-and-coming community on the beautiful coast of Maine. This small town has a population of about 7,000 and is considered very family friendly. The downtown area is well-known for its historic brick roads, lovely boutiques, and great restaurants.
Damariscotta is an active, four-season community, located at the intersection of Route 1 and the Damariscotta River in the mid-coast region of Maine. This family-friendly town is only 30 minutes from Augusta and about an hour from Portland, making it attractive for commuters.
Bath, Maine, is located on a beautiful broad stretch of the Kennebec River, whose deep waters helped create and sustain a centuries-old shipbuilding tradition. Beautiful Downtown Bath has a unique mix of services, shops, and restaurants, which cater to locals and visitors alike. Many residents who move to Bath cite community involvement as a big reason for their move to Bath and often comment on how much this “small city” offers for its size. Bath is located about 45 minutes north of Portland.
Boothbay and Boothbay Harbor are located in Lincoln County along the middle of Maine’s expansive Atlantic coastline. Residents are a mixture of both year-round and seasonal but everyone can agree that the quiet charm of Boothbay/Boothbay Harbor is irresistible.
Warren, Maine, is a small town in Knox County about 5 miles from the coast with a population of about 5,000. Warren is a welcoming, classic New England town centered around community and a mutual appreciation of the beautiful surroundings.
Camden is truly a special place because of its unique geography and culture. This welcoming town offers residents and visitors access to both mountains and the ocean and it also has great shopping and restaurants. While Camden first gained popularity as a summer destination, it has grown into a great place to live year round.