Looking for the Best Family Resort in Maine?
Why your family will absolutely love the Spruce Point Inn!
The Spruce Point Inn and Resort is recognized as one of the best family resorts in Maine, and for good reason. Located in the quintessential seaside town of Boothbay Harbor, opportunities abound for your family to make truly lasting memories.
Is your family tired of the same old vacation routine? Or are you embarking on your very first family vacation? Memorial Day thru Columbus Day are simply the most exquisite months to visit us on the coast of Maine. The grass surrounding the resort is a brilliant green and the warm summer sun sparkles off the harbor waters and fireflies dance in the dark. When you aren’t lounging in our hammocks taking in the ocean breezes, you can try some of these unique vacation activities:
Spend an exciting afternoon aboard a charter fishing vessel in the bay or try fishing the old fashioned way right off our docks!
Borrow the Inn’s bike for a family bike ride through one of the many nature paths or go into town and enjoy a stroll through the botanical gardens
Friendly game of tennis anyone? We have two championship Har-Tru clay tennis courts!
Or sneak off with your little ones and visit our fairy gardens... and let their imaginations soar.
During your stay, give your kids a vacation of their own and enroll them in Lighthouse Camp! They will have the opportunity to make new friends, get out from in front of the television and truly enjoy the Inn and the beautiful coast of Maine. Meanwhile, you treat yourself to a soothing massage treatment at the spa or relax on a historic windjammer tour of Linekin Bay.
If your family needs a vacation that will please a well-seasoned traveler, the most exacting teenager, or an energetic child alike, come to the best family resort in Maine: the Spruce Point Inn.
- Adding up the elements of experience
- Boothbay Harbor Nation
- The spruce ‘forest primeval’ and the Ghosts of Christmas present
- Festivals of trees, lights and straight on til morning
- Over the Rivers
- A Bird's Eye View on the Season
- Native American Heritage and November’s full moon
- Listening to the Trees
- All Things Pumpkin
- Head North: there’s still time