Bailey Island is located within the town of Harpswell, a unique coastal community which recently celebrated its 250th birthday. For decades Harpswell has been a mecca for vacationers seeking a saltwater environment, a serene way of life, and an abundance of natural beauty. Its 216 miles of coastline consists of Harpswell Neck; the three large islands of Sebascodegan (Great Island), Orr’s Island, and Bailey Island, which are connected by bridges; and a scattering of over 200 smaller islands accessible only by boat. With some of the few remaining working harbors on the Maine coast, Harpswell offers an authenticity of which we are proud.
Bailey Island a beautiful spot that provides visitors with many wonderful activities: beaches, fantastic walking trails, a Sea Life Learning Center and tidal pool touch tank, gift shops, art exhibits, and much more.
Things to do on Bailey Island
Cook's Lobster House
Garrison Cove Road, Bailey Island, ME 04003, USA
Phone: (207) 833-2818
Cook’s Lobster House is a world-famous restaurant that was featured in a worldwide Visa commercial in 1997. It is surrounded on three sides by water.
Log Cabin Island Inn
5 Log Cabin Road Bailey Island, ME 04003
Phone: (207) 833-5546
The Log Cabin, An Island Inn has nine uniquely styled rooms offering enviable views across the Bay, and on clear days, 90 miles west to Mount Washington in New Hampshire.
81 Washington Avenue, Bailey Island, ME
Phone: (207) 833-5461
Driftwood Inn is known for “its unexcelled ocean front location”. This three acre property also offers housekeeping cottages and a salt water swimming pool.
Bailey Island Bridge
1958 Harpswell Islands Road, Bailey Island, ME 04003, USA
The Bailey Island Bridge is a historic civil engineering landmark, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is said to be the only one in the world built as a cribstone bridge.