Fort Williams Park
This is a landmark of the area. The views are AMAZING and you can walk over to Fort Williams as well as the famous lighthouse. Great place for a walk, to have a picnic, and to relax.
One of the most photographed lighthouses in the world! Great park. Great for taking a walk along a rocky coastline.
Maine's most famous lighthouse, Portland Headlight is located in this free park. This spot is picturesque and wonderful for picnics, walks and exploring the historic forts.
This is the lighthouse you see in all photographs of Maine, it is beautiful! Great place to walk your dog, sight see, have a picnic...
they have the best views and lobster roll, try the food truck "A Bite of Maine"
Beautiful, well maintained Park with the worlds most photographed lighthouse. Take your pooch to the off-leash area. Arguably the best lobster roll in Maine from the Food Truck 'A Bite of Maine"
Gorgeous ocean views, second oldest lighthouse in the US and for your iconic, classic Maine coast group photo (Lighthouse, rocky coast, crashing waves and islands in the background. Also a really nice public park with playground, ocean trail, picnic tables and food truck
Beautiful park with an historic lighthouse. Be sure to do the cliff walk. You may even see lobster fishers pulling their traps.
“Andy Warhol, Claude Monet and Winslow Homer are among the icons showcased within the Portland Museum of Art. Along with some of the greats, the museum features an extensive collection of American, European and contemporary works, as well as pieces from Maine artists. Paintings abound, but you'll also find photographs, sketches, pottery, furniture, ornate silverware, sculptures and so much more. ”
“Our favorite bakery! Located just over the bridge in our South Portland neighborhood, you can't go wrong with anything at Scratch. Sourdough bagels, wonderful breads, and amazing pastries of all kinds. The "Almond Bear Claw", only available on Saturdays is to die for!”
“Sandy expansive; waves. 2.5 miles from house. Enter through State Park, parking is ample and close to beach. There is a fee. ”
“1/2 mile walk from house. Access trail on left , just past Two Lights Terrace. ”
“The Eastern Promenade is accessible on foot or by bike via the Portland Trails network which goes around back cove. The Eastern Promenade is home to East End Beach (a rocky beach) and a large park set on a hill overlooking the ocean. A great place to fly kites, picinic or just relax and enjoy the view.”