For the majority of its residents and many of its summertime visitors, Stockton Springs, lies off the beaten path and thus provides a sense of safety and sanity – yet does not make the individual feel totally isolated. It is easy to travel from the area to other nearby areas of Maine.
The community is surrounded by rolling hills, which lie to the north, and by the Penobscot River, which empties into the Penobscot Bay at the south of town. The area was home to Native Americans nearly 400 years ago, and yet today, it still retains the quiet ambience and natural beauty, which attracted its most early residents to this region.
Stockton Springs is becoming a haven for retirees, seasonal vacationers, and the common person who is looking for a slower, safer, quieter quality of life. Come to this quaint community and experience the historic buildings, beautiful landscapes, and the artisan and tourist related endeavors.