The Rockland Way to Stay

....where ordinary days become extra–ordinary experiences

 

Suzuki’s Sushi Bar

419 Main Street 207-596-7447 Reservations Strongly Recommended Located at 419   Main Street in downtown Rockland, Suzuki’s Sushi Bar is considered by many sushi aficionados to be best sushi restaurants in Maine, as even the most self-proclaimed die hard sushi snobs are always impressed with the fresh local fare offered. […]

 

4th of July Festivities in Rockland, Camden and Midcoast Maine

The calendar changes to July and wow things start heating up and summer time really starts to roll with so many festivals, special events and activities to do!  That is how it feels at least in Rockland and Camden area of Midcoast Maine. The first week of July jumpvstarts the […]

 

8th Annual Midcoast Maine Lighthouse Challenge

If you are a lighthouse aficionado than you need to be in Rockland, Maine for June 28- 29, 2014 for the 8th Annual Midcoast Lighthouse Challenge. Since 2007, our Maine Lighthouse Challenge has offered a unique opportunity for participants to go inside seven lighthouses in the Midcoast area, many of which […]

 

Kayaking and Stand Up Paddling (SUP) in Midcoast Maine

Rockland has been named one of the Top Adventure towns in Maine by National Geographic for several years because of the diversity of outdoor activities that are offered in this area.  The opportunities to kayak or stand up paddle on the ocean or a lake for both the novice to […]

 

Rockland: The Culinary Capital of Midcoast Maine

In 2012, The Daily Meal named Rockland, Maine as one of its top 9 best foodie towns in the US. Their criteria is a town has to have a population less than 300k,  an abundance of local fresh ingredients, a passion for cooking, a density of dining options and a […]

 

Biking in Midcoast Maine

The Midcoast of Maine offers some great biking opportunities for both road and off road biking.  You can enjoy riding the roads on one of the many islands like Islesboro or Vinalhaven or the quiet roads around Lake Megunticook, the St. George Peninsula or the Rockport Peninsula where you will […]

 

Enjoying the waters of Penobscot Bay

If you are coming to the Midcoast of Maine in the summer season you have to get out on the water. Rockland is considered to be the gateway to Penobscot Bay which defines the towns of Midcoast Maine and is Maine’s largest bay. This large body of water is framed […]

 

Logistical Requirements for Elopements on the Coast of Maine

So you have decided to skip the financial and planning pressures of a big wedding and are going to elope to the coast of Maine.  Take a deep breath, you have already made the biggest decision about the day and the decisions that are left are certainly not overwhelming. First […]

 

Café Miranda – Not the Food of Cowards!

This small eclectic bistro has called Rockland, Maine home for almost 25 years and was one of the first restaurants to open at the beginning of Rockland’s renaissance to the foodie Mecca in Maine that it is today.  Chef owner, Kerry Altiero, is self-taught and credits his Italian and Polish […]

 

A Tour of Midcoast Maine’s Area Lighthouses

With sixty-eight lighthouses in total, Maine has the most lighthouses that are on ocean waters in the US.  The greatest concentrations of lighthouses in Maine are located in the middle coast of the state which includes all of those in Penobscot Bay southward to Boothbay Harbor. Today the vast majority of […]