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Lots of fun nooks and crannies to explore inside this Revolutionary War Fort. Kids love to play hide-and-seek, history buffs enjoy the up-close-and-personal opportunity to touch the walls, go through the same doorways and stand on the same steps as the soldiers did 250 years...More
There's not a lot to see except some ruins of a Civil War Era Fort that never saw action. It is in an interesting location - the mouth of the Kennebec River. There's a small beach where you can walk (leashed dogs allowed) and an...More
After stopping at Popham Beach, you should visit this historic fort in very good condition. You can walk on both levels and climb a stairway to the rooftop. Several explanatory panels on the 1st floor.
I’d been to Popham Beach but never to the historic Fort. Now I can’t wait to return! No charge, easy parking. Wonderful location for shooting interesting photos. I could spend half a day there just photographing the various rooms, sight lines, corners and stairs!
Was looking for a suitable back drop that said 'Maine in October' - this filled that bill. Our car club publishes an Annual calendar and has a contest for photos for each of the twelve months. We were looking for scenes that were Maine coastal...More
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Phippsburg is further south- it is a finger into the Atlantic just below Bath(Bath Iron Works; Maine Maritime Museum). If you are travelling from Portland, it takes about an hour to get here. Travel time from the above would... More
Phippsburg is further south- it is a finger into the Atlantic just below Bath(Bath Iron Works; Maine Maritime Museum). If you are travelling from Portland, it takes about an hour to get here. Travel time from the above would be longer, but if you are travelling Rte 1, or 295, it is not too far out of your way from Southern Maine points.. From Downeast Maine, it can be a 5-6 hour trip.