The amenities of the oceanfront resort include two outdoor pools: one salt water and one heated fresh water, two Har-Tru tennis courts, kayaks and bicycles for guests’ use, croquet, shuffleboard and a game-room complete with classic arcade games. The Spa at Spruce Point Inn offers full-service treatments, including oceanfront massage and yoga (custom-tailored to your group, if you desire). Nature trails complete with fairy houses wind through the resort’s woodland and the on-site Lighthouse Camp for children aged 4 to 12 may add new friends to the memories. Parents and kids especially enjoy the Inn’s informal evening gatherings around the fire-pit. While adults relax, the kids make their own s’mores – the time-honored camp tradition of melting marshmallows on sticks to serve with chocolate squares on graham crackers.
Spruce Point Inn offers a seemingly endless menu of fun things to do. The Inn’s motor launch Bright Line provides complimentary transportation by water to the village of Boothbay Harbor for shopping, gallery-hopping and sightseeing along the working piers. A shuttle van makes the same two-mile, 10-minute trip by land. Plus the Inn makes an ideal base of operations for exploring nearby attractions including the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens with its renowned Children’s Garden, the Boothbay Railway Village and Auto Museum featuring rides on a restored steam train, Burnt Island Lighthouse and the Maine State Aquarium with its touch tank. Boothbay Harbor also hosts a variety of special events, including the Windjammer Days, family Fourth of July celebration with fireworks and Orne’s Candy Store International Rock Skipping contest. Guests who golf appreciate the 18-hole championship course at Boothbay Country Club just 3 miles from the Inn. Day sails, whale-watches, nature cruises and fishing trips are also easily arranged.