South Coast Maine Tourism Attractions

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The Coast of Southern Maine is famous for its miles of white sandy beaches that stretch from Kittery to Old Orchard Beach – just south of Portland. Scattered along the shoreline among the beaches are a variety of fantastic nature preserves – each with hiking and biking trails, wildlife and bird sanctuaries and saltwater marshes.

The communities along the southern coast also offer diverse attractions including sports and recreation areas, historical museums, lighthouses, art galleries, shopping in unique and specialty shops, historic forts and awe-inspiring ocean views.

Wells Auto Museum

You'll find everything from old cars to motorcycles and bicycles.

Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge

A vast expanse of protected marshes and estuaries. Be sure to bring the binoculars for birding.

Laudholm Farm

An informative visitor center and 7 miles of trails that wind through forest, wetlands, dunes, and beach.

Fort McClary

This historic fort includes a bunkhouse, barracks, and rifleman's house. It's interesting to explore.

Scarborough Marsh Nature Center

A 3,000 acre salt water marsh home to many species of birds.

Crescent Beach State Park

A wonderful state park for camping, hiking, and swimming.

Two Lights State Park

A beautiful rugged rocky coastline offers the perfect backdrop to hiking trails and scenic vistas.

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