Top things to do in Searsport

Top Choice African in Searsport

Me Lon Togo

You can put West African cuisine on top of our 'Didn't expect that in small-town Maine' list, right alongside unseasonably warm winters. But along comes Me Lon Togo – 'I love Togo' in Ewe – opened by a Togolese drum…
Top Choice Museum in Searsport

Penobscot Marine Museum

The superb Penobscot Marine Museum houses Maine’s biggest collection of mariner art and artifacts, which is spread through a number of historic buildings. You'll find dozens of small craft, souvenirs collected by Ma…
Cafe in Searsport

Coastal Cafe

Coastal Cafe is an exceedingly fine place to get coffee and breakfast; the latter can take the form of giant buttermilk pancakes, baked French toast, cage-free eggs or gorgeous egg sandwiches. Lunch – Reubens, burge…
Nature Reserve in Searsport

Sears Island

You can (and should) explore Sears Island on foot. This uninhabited, 940-acre conservation area is connected by causeway to the mainland north of Searsport. You can drive to the end of the causeway, but you'll have …
State Park in Searsport

Moose Point State Park

Besides having perhaps the perfect name for a Maine state park, Moose Point also boasts tide pools, a rocky coastline, groves of dark-green woods and plenty of hiking trails – in short, a nice grab bag of natural Ma…