It is one of Maine’s most beautiful rivers and flows past 15 miles of wooded islands, hidden coves, jagged rock outcroppings and high, green bluffs.
Once plied by commercial schooners, the Damariscotta River’s lazily winding channel is easy to navigate. You will pass harbors with sophisticated attractions, good food and two small but important shipbuilding villages. At the head of the river are two Colonial cities that once served as ports of entry.
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