How to get to Lincolnville
Driving from Boston, MA (200 miles, 3 1/2 to 4 hours): Take I-95 North to Exit 44 (I-295, South Portland, Maine).
Driving from Portland/South Portland, ME (85 miles, 1 3/4 hours): Take I-295 North to Brunswick (exit 28) to pick up U.S. Route 1 North. For a shortcut to Lincolnville, exit Route 1 for Route 90 just north of Waldoboro. Route 90 meets Route 1 again in Rockport. To reach Lincolnville Beach, take Route 1 North thru Camden and drive about 8 miles. The beach will be on the right.
Driving from Bangor, ME (46 miles, 1 1/2 hours): Take I-295 south to Route 1A South to Route 1 South.
Located on Maine’s scenic Midcoast, about equidistant from Portland and Bangor and about 100 miles from the Moosehead and Acadia regions, the Camden-Rockland area is easy to find.
Via public transportation: Major airlines serve Portland (PWM) and Bangor (BGR) airports. Daily commercial service via Cape Air is also available from Boston to Knox County Airport (RKD), at Owls Head adjacent to Rockland.
With a flight time of about an hour, Cape Air is located in Logan’s Terminal C, just steps away from Jet Blue Airways, which offers nonstop service to Boston from 27 cites. In addition, Cape Air has ticket and baggage agreements with most major airlines so you can check your bags and find them waiting for you at Owls Head. Book your flight at www.capeair.com or 866-CAPE-AIR (866-227-3247).
There is limousine service from the Portland and Bangor airports, regular bus service from Boston and Portland, and taxi service from the Knox County Airport. For more information, call 207-236-4404 or 207-596-0376
By Boat: You will find us in the heart of spectacular Penobscot Bay at
44°17′41″N 69°4′47″W. Look for the ferry terminal.