Midcoast Maine Sea Kayak
What makes our tour different & better?
Port Clyde is at the end of the scenic St George Peninsula, where stunning natural beauty has attracted artists for decades.
The Georges Islands are an amazing back drop for our kayak tours. Our harbor is beautiful, unique, uncrowded and protected by Hupper Island.
Marshall Point, one of Maine's most photographed lighthouses, is a short paddle from our launch site.
There is a good chance you will see seals, porpoises, osprey, and bald eagle. There will always be a variety of shore birds on the water. Every trip leads you on a different adventure.
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Port Clyde, Maine Information and Lodging
About Port Clyde, Maine
Located at the end of the St. George Peninsula in the quaint village of Port Clyde, Maine you will discover the The Ocean Hotel. A charming 10 room bed & breakfast, built in the 1820’s as a rooming house for mariners, it has almost 190 years of lodging history. This historic inn has been family owned for 27 years. The East Wind Inn is another great option four miles up the road in Tenants Harbor.
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Port Clyde, Maine is a working fishing village close to Camden and Rockland yet off the beaten path. It's the perfect place to come and get away from the crowds and kayak along Maine's spectacular coastline.
Dine on the dock overlooking the harbor at the Dip Net Restaurant or enjoy eating at The Harpoon. Take a stroll to the Marshall Point Lighthouse and Museum, (the lighthouse in Forest Gump), or shop at the Stonefish gallery. Visit Drift Inn beach, one of mid-coast Maine's few accessible sand beaches. Children and adults will enjoy wading in tidal pools and watching the tide go in and out.
The Village Ice Cream shop is the
perfect New England sweet shop adorned with white lights in
the evening. There are two Inns within a block of our shop. The Ocean House Hotel and The Seaside Inn.
Port Clyde is
a place to relax and experience the striking beauty of the
Maine coast. Port Clyde is also the home of the Monhegan Boat
Line, which provides ferry service to Monhegan Island
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