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baysidemaine.com/

a slice of heaven, you have to hang out in Bayside.

740 Fort Knox Road, Prospect, Maine, 04981
fortknox.maineguide.com

The Fort Knox State historic site and new Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory are one of the area’s most popular visitor attractions. Fort Knox, a National Historic Landmark is one of the best preserved examples of 19th Century coastal defense fortifications. Built between 1844 and 1867, Fort Knox guarded the mouth of the Penobscot River from what was then feared to be continued British incursions along the river. Fort Knox is constructed of massive granite blocks, miles of intricate brick work and boasts eight 19th Century cannons. Interpretive tours are available or visitors may take a self guided tour of the expansive grounds of Fort Knox. Children love to explore the many dark twisting defensive tunnels of the structure. The new Penobscot Narrows Bridge Observatory is located on the Fort Knox Campus. Opened in May 2007, the observatory attracted over 100,000 visitors in its first year. Visitors take a ride up an elevator to 420’ feet for expansive views of Penobscot Bay and beyond. The Penobscot Narrows Bridge Observatory is the tallest one in the world open to the general public. Fort Knox and the Penobscot Narrows Observatory are open to the public May 1 to October 31.

Unity, Maine
mofga.org/Home/tabid/74/Default.aspx

MOFGA is a dynamic active org promoting and supporting organic growing. They also host the enormously popular Common Ground Fair at their sprawling grounds in Unity, Maine

www.searsportme.net/index.php

a good guide to beautiful Searsport with a good links directory and contact information.

www.stocktonsprings.org/

hours, phone numbers, links

992 Waterville Rd, Waldo, ME, 04915
www.umext.maine.edu/counties/waldo.htm

Got a bug? Need a pond? Learning how to run a meeting? The University of Maine Cooperative Extension has been teaching, training, and advising for generations on topics such as: Sustainable agriculture (crops/livestock), farm management, Livestock nutrition, manure and soil nutrient management, Tractor safety classes & certification, Insect and plant disease identification, Homemaker's locally formed groups provide educational & fun opportunities, Community service and educational projects, Health and Nutrition, Food and nutrition education, Maintaining healthy lifestyles, Food Safety, Stretching food dollars and meal planning for low-income families, Natural Resource Management, Water quality (home, lake & pond), Watershed Stewards’ program forest management planning, Pesticide application training and recertification, Parenting & Child Development: Individualized education for 1st time parents from pregnancy until children reach age 5 offered through home visits, Small & Home-Based Business workshops & consultations, Doing Business radio show: this call-in program is a monthly dialogue with small business owners about issues affecting local entrepreneurs. (1st Thurs monthly, 10-11am on WERU 89.9/102.9 FM), Youth Development, 4-H Volunteer Training (VOLT), After-school and in-school programs, 4-H clubs

39 B Spring Street, belfast, Maine, U.S.A., 04915
www.waldocountyme.gov/

This is the all too spare web site for Waldo County government. In 2008 you would think we'd moved past "under construction" but at least the essentials are here. Contact info is complete and more often than not it is what people are looking for. Courts, Commissioners, Sheriff, Corrections, etc.

P.O. Box 139, Searsport, Maine, USA, 04974
www.waldocountymaine.com

Discover the treasures of coast and countryside in unspoiled midcoast Waldo County, Maine. We are located on the upper west side of magnificent Penobscot Bay, considered one of the top sailing bays in the world. From lovely New England interior villages - such as Palermo, Unity with Unity College and a beautiful railroad with a bright red gingerbread station house and Thorndike - pick your own fruits & berries -to Lincolnville, (cranberry bogs) and then to Lincolnville Beach - with 3 great restaurants, a ferry boat, charming shops and beach - the start of our coastal trip north east. Thru Northport into Historic Belfast - an artsy place, Belfast is the Shiretown of Waldo County - continue on Rt. 1 to Searsport, one of only 3 deep water ports - watch the big ships come in - roam historic Penobscot Marine Museum, the oldest in Maine with 12 beautiful buildings on campus, wander thru the antique shops and book shops and flea markets and hike the largest uninhabited island on the east coast. Visit historic Stockton Springs, its beautiful harbor and the furthest inland lighthouse in the USA at Fort Point State Park. Continue to Prospect where you will explore the original Fort Knox and go up the Penobscot Observatory, the tallest in the Western Hemisphere. Continue thru Frankfort (a wonderful marsh for birding and kayaking) to Winterport - visit the Meeting House with the Paul Revere Bell - and make certain you stop at Winterport Winery for a tasting of their award winning wines. Make Waldo County your choice to stay so that you may visit all the highly advertised sites in Maine in easy day trips - including Bar Harbor & Acadia National Park - or Rockland and the Farnsworth Museum etc. You’ll never be bored in Waldo county - its unique - we have beautiful scenery, wonderful restaurants, magnificent State & local parks, fresh seafood , family & friendly restaurants, grocery stores and shops ,great sailing excursions. You’ll go home knowing that the real Maine still exists and hopefully forever.

www.whereinwaldo.org

Where In Waldo is a site funded by a grant from MBNA and run by Waldo Community Action Partners or as we like to know them WCAP. This is a link site for our area. The site is a great resource and directory for anyone who needs family, social, business, health, senior, children or any services. It is really worth a cruise through their links and directories to find all that is available in ...