For the latest information about events in the area, including the summer concert series, Heritage Days and Autumnfest, go to: Visit Bath Maine
A stay at KBC wouldn’t be complete without a visit to this iconic lobster destination. Less than 20 minuts from KBC with outdoor dining surrounded by beautiful vistas of Maine islands. Lobsters fresh from the boats, BYOB—all kinds of seafood (plus burgers and chicken). Ice cream stand. Buy a t-shirt or hat to remember your visit.
If you prefer, you can go by kayak, there is a beach landing adjacent to the lobster shack. Instructions here.
With indoor and outdoor dining, the Osprey Restaurant is located at the marina in Robinhood Cove and just a 5-minute drive from KBC.
10 minutes from Knubble Bay Camp, this is the place to go if you need ice, toiletries, paper supplies, groceries—or simple breakfast/lunch/dinner, pizza. Live and cooked lobsters and arts/crafts from local folks—and ice cream! Only ATM in Georgetown and Wifi.
Georgetown Country Store (207) 371-2106
Unlike most Maine beaches, the beaches at Reid State Park are sandy and long, just right for those hot summer or crisp fall days. Besides picnic areas with grills, a snack bar and flush toilets, you’ll find freshwater showers (unheated) and changing rooms. Swimming, birdwatching, hiking—and, if you are skilled and able, you can paddle there from KBC. Reid State Park is a 20 minute drive from KBC.
A 40 minute drive from KBC is Popham Beach State Park. Popham is truly one of Maine’s rare geologic landforms that features a long stretch of sand beach. The rolling Atlantic surf draws thousands of swimmers and surfers alike, and shell collecting is a pasttime of many a sea side stroller. Lifeguards are on duty during the summer months, but beachgoers should note that this is a strong surf beach with undertows and occasional rip tides.
A quick 10 minute drive from KBC is the historic town of Bath. Restaurants, museums, cultural events, and shops are just a few of the wonderful things you will find in Bath.
Everything you wanted to know about why Bath is known as the “City of Ships.” Galleries highlighting the area’s long maritime history, hands-on activities, children’s centers, boatbuilding workshop, museum shop and many special events.
A 45-minute drive from KBC, Coastal Maine Botanical Garden is one of Maine’s top attractions. Its exquisite gardens, dramatic and compelling natural landscape make it ever-changing, endlessly captivating and thoroughly unique.
Take an easy-to-moderate hike through this beautiful marsh, meadow and coastline preserve. The sanctuary comprises over 100 acres and the trail is about 3 miles long.
Bring home something special from this local potter, right down the road.
Every Saturday you can enjoy the fruits of others’ labor, including cheeses, baked goods, preserves, oysters, artisan vinegars, pasta, meats, gourmet mushrooms, and so much more. Local craftspeople offer unique finds.
Georgetown has a rich historical past. Visit the museum, shop and library.