More than a vacation. A tradition
Coastal Maine is Calling! We invite you to enjoy a classic road trip getaway full of fresh air and open spaces in the surroundings of the great outdoors. With 55 beautiful acres, hiking trails, bikes, boating and outdoor yoga, it’s easy to relax and renew while maintaining a safe distance. Escape to nature with our Coastal Maine Road Trip Package! Book by August 31st and enjoy your choice of accommodations plus a $50 dining credit for our new restaurant, The Salty Stag.
Just a short drive, Spruce Point Inn is the perfect destination for a refreshing couple’s getaway or a fun-filled family road trip. And with road trips, the journey is part of the experience! Here along the Maine coast, a classic road trip along Route 1 and its byways links iconic sights from Portland Head Light to Acadia National Park. With Route 1 as the thread leading to Boothbay Harbor, you’ll pass through “Maine’s prettiest town” of Wiscasset, and a bird’s-eye view of Bath Iron Works (a shipbuilding backbone of the Navy). Travel past the turnoff to Boothbay to discover the artistic (and culinary) delights of Rockland, with the Farnsworth Museum and its Wyeth Center.
Book now and enjoy this limited time offer, inclusive of:
We continue to place the health and safety of our guests and employees as our highest and most important business priority. Our team is eager to serve, and we’re committed to providing you with an atmosphere that’s safe, soothing and serene. We take great pride in maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene while also utilizing best practice in terms of social distancing during all interactions.
We look forward to safely and warmly welcoming you. Book your Road Trip Package today for some much-needed oceanside fun, relaxation and peace of mind!
Tax and resort fee are extra. Please click here to learn about the latest state travel guidelines. Not valid on existing reservations. Dining credit not valid towards alcohol purchases. Some amenities may not be available as state and health department guidelines evolve in response to COVID-19.