The coastal town of Boothbay Harbor, Maine is a perfect destination for a reprieve from the hustle of every day. Between its rich history, quaint local shops and boutiques, delicious dining, and world-class boat excursions, there are all kinds of fun things to do in Boothbay Harbor. A 1,000-foot long footbridge connects the east and west sides of the Harbor, allowing easy access for visitors to enjoy a plethora of fun activities. You will be captivated by the quiet coves, rocky shores, and island lighthouses and by the warmth and friendliness of the locals, turning strangers into friends.
The Boothbay Harbor Region is comprised of several small towns, each with its own individual character and charm. Located on one of the many peninsulas that define Maine’s unique coastline, our communities have strong ties to the maritime traditions that have shaped this area for centuries. With one of the best boating harbors north of Boston, this area has long been the home to fishermen and sea captains and has attracted the notice of top notch marine biologists as well.
With small town coastal charm, Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, East Boothbay, Edgecomb, Newcastle, Southport, and Wiscasset also offer easy access to most of Maine’s major cities, offering the perfect balance between simple and sophisticated and work and play.
- Population: 3,130
- Median Income: $61,389
- Population Density: 141
- Median Age: 51.7 years
Housing Stats 2020
- # of Sold Properties: 83
- Median Sold Price: $349,000
- Median Days on Market: 35
- Price Change over 2019: 10.79%
Residents of Boothbay and surrounding areas attend AOS98, Rocky Channel schools for K-12.