The Georgetown Peninsula

A visit to the Georgetown Peninsula, just south of the Boothbay Peninsula, makes for a wonderful day trip from Back Bay Cottage, or a worthwhile detour when traveling to Boothbay on the way to or from Portland.

Georgetown B-2Steamers at the Osprey

We started our tour of the peninsula with a seafood lunch at the Osprey Restaurant in Riggs Cove. I recommend reserving ahead if possible.

Osprey Restaurant
340 Robinhood Rd
Georgetown, ME 04548
(207) 371-2530

Georgetown BRiggs Cove

Reid State Park charges an admission fee, but offers two miles of hiking trails and a large sandy beach.

Georgetown A-2Five Islands Farm

Along the way, be sure to make a stop at the Five Islands Farm for fresh, local food products.

Five Islands Farm
1375 Five Islands Rd.
Georgetown, Maine 04548

Georgetown AGeorgetown Pottery

And no visit to Georgetown is complete without a stop at the original Georgetown Pottery to admire (if not purchase some of) their handicrafts.

Georgetown Pottery
Route 127
Georgetown, Maine 04548

About.com outlines a driving tour of the peninsula (starting in Bath) that serves as a useful guide.


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