Sebasco Harbor Resort is located in the village of Sebasco Estates in Midcoast Maine. This area is a region rich in natural beauty, history and cultural attractions with spectacular Maine coastline, lakes and natural woodlands. Activities abound for all ages. There are galleries and museums, professional theater performances, festivals and fairs, historic Maine lighthouses, and shopping in charming boutiques as well as factory outlet stores. There are many things to do in our beautiful part of the world. Have fun exploring!

Before you venture forth from Sebasco Harbor Resort, be sure to check in with the Concierge and get maps and our recommendations for good stops along the route to your destination.

Things to do near Sebasco & Phippsburg

Popham Beach State Park

Bordering the south side of the mouth of the Kennebec River, Popham Beach State Park is truly one of Maine’s rare geologic landforms that features a long stretch of sand beach.

Phippsburg Land Trust

Phippsburg is rich with natural beauty, some of which can be found in the woods of Maine. There are several beautiful places for you to explore including preserves and easements . Phippsburg Land Trust offers guided walks on their preserves as well.

Morse Mountain

Morse Mountain is a 3.5 mile out and back trail that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

Seguin Island Lighthouse

Visiting this historic, active lighthouse is sure to be a memorable experience for anyone young or old.

Fort Baldwin

6.7 miles from Sebasco Harbor Resort

Things To Do Near Bath & Brunswick

Downtown Bath

Bath, located 12 miles from Sebasco, is the closest city to us. It is filled with local shops & dining options.

Maine Maritime Museum

10.9 miles from Sebasco Harbor Resort

Chocolate Church Arts Center

Regional arts center for mid-coast Maine featuring live music, theatre. Visual arts and gallery events year round.

Thorne Head Nature Preserve

The trails at this popular near-town property are open free of charge to the public from dawn to dusk. Dogs are welcome if leashed or well mannered.