Penobscot Bay's Premier
Yachting & Recreation Destination

Join us as we create Midcoast Maine’s premier yachting and recreation destination.

Our Plan

Stockton Harbor is located between Camden, Bar Harbor, and Bangor and the perfect launching point for exploring Mid-Maine by land or sea.

Stockton Harbor

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New Attractions

Upcoming exciting destination for boaters, RVers, and those looking for a one-of-a-kind harbor experience in one of our waterfront yurts.

Great Central Location

Stockton Springs is centrally located between Belfast and Bucksport, only 40 minutes away from Bangor, and 1 hour from Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.

A Recreation Harbor

Stockton Harbor is a recreational harbor that offers a picturesque setting for many activities. Spend the day on the water sailing, motoring, or kayaking out to Penobscot Bay. Picnic on the shoreline with friends and family or meet new people at the weekly lobster bake.

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Stockton Harbor
Waterfront Development Plan

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Join us, as we transform, this picturesque harbor into Penobscot Bay's premier yachting and recreation destination. Our development will begin in 2018 with a waterfront building, a restaurant and specialty shops. Plans for a 45 slip marina, projected to be operational by the summer of 2019, are underway. The sheltered landscape of Stockton Harbor, coupled with wave attenuators, will make our facility the most protected marina in all of Penobscot Bay.

Stockton Harbor Marina

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At the very top of Penobscot Bay lies one of the most beautiful, protected harbors in Maine. Stockton Harbor, once the site of a bustling seaport, where schooners and locomotives met at waters edge. A massive fire in 1924 marked the end of a prosperous and historic era for Stockton Springs. Remnants of the old piers are still visible today. Surrounded by dense forests, blueberry fields, and waterfront homes, Stockton Harbor has long been home to recreational boaters and local fishermen.

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45 Water Slips
for Docking

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up to 150 Foot Vessels

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Marine Gas
& Diesel Fuel Docks

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ADA Compliant Dock
Ramps for Accessibility

Stockton Harbor
Waterfront Restaurant & Bar

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As part of the Stockton Harbor Waterfront Development plan for 2018, the new restaurant building will include a deck for outdoor seating, two floors of dining space, and a function room. We’re currently seeking restaurateurs who would like to join us in this magnificent venture.

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The Muddy Clam

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Decks for outdoor dining to view spectacular sunsets and boats along the harbor.

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Event venue available and live music performed weekly.

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Freshest seafood in Maine, from the boat to our chef.

Our Restaurant

Stockton Harbor Playground

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the ultimate beachfront experience with all the necessities. Adults and children alike will delight in the variety of games, expansive lawn and beach area, and the opportunity to kayak or paddleboard.

Stockton Harbor Yurts

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Hiking, biking, canoeing and kayaking, harbor watching, or simply relaxing by the fire while enjoying a glass of wine – any adventure is possible in Stockton Springs. Our waterfront yurts allow our guests to relax and recharge close to nature, while enjoying modern comforts.

Explore Stockton
Harbor & Midcoast Maine

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The Town of Stockton Springs is a small coastal community located between Belfast and Bucksport—a place to explore by land or sea.