Our Ranch home is right across from Crescent Beach. About 300 yards from our home there is a smaller beach called Kettle Cove Beach. Both beaches have their unique characteristics: Crescent Beach is about 1 mile long crescent shaped. The beach is sandy in spots, other spots have rocks. Kettle Cove Beach has tidal pools when the tides are out--perfect for children looking for crabs, periwinkles and such.
There are hiking trails at Kettle Cove Beach, Crescent Beach, Great Pond Trail, Stonegate Trail, etc.
We have Kayaking, Cruises, Sports, Museums, etc. Please contact me and I will give you a list.
We have 3 lighthouses: Portland Head Light at Fort Williams State Park, Two Lights State Park & Lighthouse (one light house is run by the coast guard, the other is a private home., shopping and restaurants all nearby.
We are close to Portland--7 miles; Boston, MA -- 100 miles, New York City 320 miles, Montreal --268 miles, Hartford, CT -- 182 miles, Manchester, NH -- 78
Attractions: Kayaking: Audobon Nature Preserve in Scarborough, Maine Island Kayaking, LL Bean Outdoor Adventures Classes in Portland & Freeport. Cruises/Sailing on Casco Bay: Caso Bay Lines, Portland Schooner Company, Mail boat to the islands in Caso Bay, School of Ocean Sailing and many more. Lobster Boat Cruses: Lucky Catch Cruises. Duck Tours (it is bus/boat that goes on the water and land) Fishing Charters: Maine Salt Water Fishing, Capt. Keith Hail Fishing Maine Fishing and Diving. Whale Watching: 'First Chance Whale Watching' There are many more beaches and coves around the area.
BRING YOUR KAYAK!
Note: In front of our home there is an island called: Richmond Island. Pls ck out ram island farm site. You need permission to go to the island.
Attractions: Museums: Portland Museum of Art, Children's Museum, Southworth Planetarium, Portland Harbor Museum, Tate House Museum, Winslow Home House, Longfellow's childhood home. Portland Sea Dogs (minor league baseball), Portland Symphony Orchestra, Portland Ballet Company, Portland Stage Company. Narrow Gauge Railroad.
Golf Courses: Sable Oaks - South Portland, Dunegrass - Old Orchard Beach; and many more within 20 min of our home.
Shopping: Old Port Section of Portland has very unusual shops and great restaurants. Maine Mall in South Portland. Outlet shops in Freeport, ME (LL Bean store),
Other interesting towns: Scarborough, Brunswick, Yarmouth, etc. all nearby.
What is doing in what month:
June: Old Port Festival; July: Fourth of July Festival fireworks over Casco Bay. July: Yarmouth Clam Festival; August: Beach to Beacon 6.2 mile race from Crescent Beach to Portand Head Light. October: Harvest on the Harbor on the pier (GREAT!!) AND MANY MORE EVENTS!
Farms and Grocery Stores: Cape Elizabeth Farms: Jordan's Farm on Wells Road - veg. & fruit. Alewives Brook Farm on 83 Old Ocean House Rd - fresh lobsters, veg., & fruits. In July go around the corner & pick strawberries at Maxwell's Farm. Spurwick Farm has their own cattle - fresh frozen meat - 500 Fowler Rd. Grocery Stores: Pond Cove IGA. South Portland- Hannaford's & Shaw's. A wonderful store that I frequent: Micucci Grocery Store in Portland Italian produce retail & wholesale. Whole Foods Mkt in Portland. A wonderful little mkt in Munjoy section of Ptld--Rosemont Market & Bakery.
Places to eat that I found in Portland: I found Duck Fat delicious fries & sandwiches, Hot Suppa -- great brunch (not opened for supper), Local 188 and Five Fifty-Five -- all very nice. There are a lot of nice restuarants these are just a few.
Cape Elizabeth -- Places to eat: Rudy's Variety, The Good Table, The Lobster Shack and Sea Glass Dining
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My mother-in-law owned this property since (about) 1970. My husband has been going up there since he was 5 years old. When my mother-in-law passed away we inherited the house. Bill (my husband) grew up in Greenwich Village, NY and I (Rochelle) grew up in Newark, NJ. I have been going to Maine since 1972. Now we retired to Madison, MS and go to Maine during whenever we can. Our son, Evan goes up to Cape Elizabeth every summer.
I met my husband in 1972 at Cheseborough. In 1972 I went on a trip with his family to Cape Elizabeth, Maine. My mother-in-law bought the Ranch house from Dr. Newell when his dad died. I just fell in love with Cape Elizabeth. You can see Richmond Island and the beaches It so beautiful up there.
We love looking out of Kitchen window seeing the waves splash onto the beach, seeing the lobsta-men puting their traps out and taking them in in the evening.
During the winter, you can cross country ski on Crescent Beach, Fort Williams, Cape Elizabeth Land Trust trails. All are in Cape Elizabeth.
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