Searsport Shores Ocean Camping Blog

You know how it is…when you work for yourself, you are free to set your own work hours and give yourself days off whenever you need them…So with nothing special going...

Tuesday afternoon noted author and naturalist Tom Seymour led a nature walk on Sears Island at the special request of one our campers, Amber, a middle school student who someday would...

Belfast’s Arts in the Park is an annual July celebration of arts and crafts in the downtown waterfront park. We visit on yet another perfect sunny day. There’s a nice relaxed...

We had such a great work week last week that we decided to make Sunday our “Romantic Day”. Yup that’s right…no need for roses and B&B’s, Steven and I had daffodils,...

How do you get your daily exercise? I walk the beach most days in the Spring, Fall and Winter…in the summer, it’s just part of my daily commute to the office....

Sure, some families like to camp together all day, every day. This posting isn’t for you. This posting is for a family that has a teen or two who might like...

If you were to draw a straight line from Kittery in the far south, to Eastport, the Easternmost town in the United States, Maine only has 293 miles of coast. BUT...

If you look across Penobscot Bay from the campground beach, squint a little to the right behind Islesboro, you can see sailboats sailing around Dyce’s Head from Castine Harbor. You can...