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Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast is located on the central coast of Maine in the heart of one of the country's most beautiful areas. We are just minutes from Camden, Rockland and Augusta. The property features a 10-acre blueberry field and trails that are great for hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

The area abounds with quaint towns, skiing, golf, lighthouses and other wonderful treasures.

You can also make appointments for massage, reflexology, manicures & pedicures, all just two miles down the street.

Also check out our calendar of local area events including summer fairs and festivals.

Nearby Attractions & Local Businesses

Camp Med-O-Lark - 3 minutes
Today, Med-O-Lark stays true to its roots, continuing its long tradition of nurturing values in a safe, fun environment. Med-O-Lark's unique mission is as relevant today as it was 40 years ago..
Med-O-Lark Web site
Sweet Season Farm & Cafe
Sweet Season Farm is located in the quaint village of Washington amongst the rolling hills of Knox County. Pick berries with a commanding view of Appleton Ridge. Dine in our café serving hearty local foods for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Shop the farm store featuring our fresh seasonal produce, baked goods, jams, and jellies from our own kitchen, local honey, maple syrup, artisan cheeses & other Maine made products.
Sweet Season Web site
Gibbs Library - 5 minutes
Our library is staffed entirely by an energetic and dedicated group of more than 40 volunteers. It is open to the public, free, self-sustaining and does not receive any funding from the Town of Washington. Almost 75% of the yearly budget is used for expanding the collection of books, CDs, videos, DVDs and computer equipment.
Gibbs Library Web site
Medomak Family Camp - 5 minutes
Medomak creates a unique oasis for adults and children alike. Parents can choose to participate in activities or just relax and read a good book. Kids learn new skills, share new experiences with their families, make new friends and develop an appreciation for the outdoors.
Medomak Web site
Morse's Sauerkraut - 10 minutes
Come tour the “Kraut Haus” on rte. 220 in Waldoboro and sample the world's finest foods. Our deli case is chock full of all your current and future favorite meats and         cheeses. Select from our fine collection of European and American comfiture. Choose candies from Europe and beyond. Been in operation since 1913.
Sweetgrass Farm Winery & Distillery - 15 minutes
Taste wines, ports, and spirits. Learn about wine production from award-winning winemaker and owner on our farm preserving Union's rich farming tradition. Hike our trails, picnic, and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the Medomak river valley.
Sweetgrass Winery Web site
Union Pottery - 15 minutes
Tucked away among the hills and lakes of mid-coast Maine and surrounded by a collection of antique roses, assorted fruit trees and a gander named Ginny, Union Pottery is a reflection of this special part of northern New England..
Union Pottery Web site
Moody's Diner - 15 minutes
Those who have been to Moody's Diner know that Moody's is not a 'quaint-on-purpose' tourist attraction. It is a diner on US Route 1 in Waldoboro, Maine, plain and simple. It has survived, prospered and grown these 80 years because of good food, reasonable prices and quick, pleasant service.
Damariscotta Lake State Park - 15 minutes
Enjoy picnicking and swimming at one of mid-coast Maine's most popular day-use parks located on beautiful Damariscotta Lake in Jefferson. A large freshwater lake with a sandy beach provides a relaxing location for beach-goers. Picnic tables and grills are available for this popular summertime activity.
Alford Lake Camp - 20 minutes
Established in 1907, Alford Lake Camp is one of the oldest residential girls camps in the world. Located on over 400 acres in beautiful mid-coast Maine, campers enjoy traditional tent living, home-cooked family-style meals, and a 3:1 camper to counselor ratio.
Alford Lake Camp Web site
Hope Elephants - 20 minutes
Hope Elephants is a unique facility located in Hope, Maine which cares for retired elephants and provides education programming about elephants and conservation.
Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery - 20 minutes
The site on which the vineyard is located provides an ideal location for grape production. The south-facing sloping hillside catches long hours of sunshine essential for ripening, while the ever-present breezes maintain the airflow needed for vine health and frost protection.
Savage Oakes Web site
Bailey's Orchard - 20 minutes
The orchard sits on a 100 acre plot of land. They grow over 50 varieties of apples, 7 varieties of pears, 3 varieties of plums, crabapples, pumpkins squash and gourds. They also have cider, honey and fudge. Pick your own apples in September and October!
Bailey's Orchard Web site
Farnsworth Art Museum - 25 minutes
The Farnsworth Art Museum celebrates Maine's ongoing role in American art. It offers a nationally recognized collection of works from many of America's greatest artists. Its Wyeth Center features works of Andrew, N.C. and Jamie Wyeth. The Farnsworth's library is also housed in its Rockland campus.
Maine State Prison Showroom - 25minutes
All wood products displayed in the Maine State Prison Showroom are handcrafted by the inmates at one of the facilities. The industries program provides inmates with a means of learning valuable marketable job skills, work ethics and responsibility.
Patchwork Plus - 30 minutes
In our quilt room you will find over 200 hand-made quilts of all sizes. We have lap, twin, regular, queen and king quilts in stock. We also have many walling hangings and baby quilts. We have unfinished furniture. Jelly cupboards, bookcases, end tables, stands, wardrobes, entertainment centers, and many more items.
Patchwork Plus Web site
Cellardoor Winery - 30 minutes
We are honored to be the caretakers of this very special place, a 68-acre, 200-year-old farm that has had only a handful of owners since its fields were first plowed. We restored the beautiful 1790s barn several years ago, and more recently we have restored the old farmhouse and built a state-of-the-art winery.
Sail, Power & Steam Museum - 30 minutes
Welcome to Sharp's Point South, situated on the hallowed grounds of the historic Snow Shipyard, where before the turn of the last century, more schooners were built than anywhere in New England!
Museum Web site
Goose River Golf Course - 35 minutes
Scenic and challenging, the Goose River Golf Course is one of Midcoast Maine's hidden gems. Several holes offer spectacular views of Mount Battie and Ragged Mountain. A rolling landscape traverses varying terrain along the meandering Goose River. Greens fees range $25-$35 for 18 holes.
Goose River Golf Course Web site
Owl's Head Transportation Museum - 45 minutes
The Owls Head Transportation Museum has one of the finest collections of pioneer-era aircraft and automobiles in the world. More than 100 historic aircraft, automobiles, bicycles, carriages and engines are on permanent display.
Owl's Head Transportation Museum Web site
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens - 50 minutes
At Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, you’ll discover stunning ornamental gardens and exceptional natural beauty, waterfalls, and incomparable stonework and sculpture. Miles of trails allow you to experience waterfront and woodlands that are quintessentially Maine.
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens Web site
Fort Knox State Historic Site & Penobscot Bay Narrows Observatory - 70 minutes
Located on the west bank of the Penobscot River in Prospect, Maine, Fort Knox is one of the best-preserved fortifications on the New England seacoast. The Fort has many architectural features present only to itself, as well as a rich history. An elevator takes you to the top of the tallest public bridge-observatory in the world.

 

Nearby Cities and Towns

Camden, Maine - 30 minutes
The quaint harbor town of Camden is one of the jewels of the Maine coast. You may recognize the town square from "Payton Place," which was filmed in the town 50 years ago.
Camden area Web site
Augusta, Maine - 30 minutes
The state capital.
Augusta visitors Web site
Rockland, Maine - 30 minutes
Another quaint harbor town that's a little off the radar of many tourists.
Rockland Web site
Freeport, Maine - 60 minutes
The home of L.L. Bean, Freeport has become a shopper's mecca with dozens of outlet stores. The home store of L.L. Bean is still the focal point of the town, but the best deals can be found in the many outlets that have grown up around it.
Freeport merchants association Web site
Portland, Maine - 90 minutes
The largest city in Maine, Portland is the cosmopolitan hub of the state. The state's best restaurants, arts and cultural offerings are largely centered around Portland.
Portland downtown district Web site
Bangor, Maine - 90 minutes
The third largest city in Maine, Bangor is the famous home of fright writer Stephen King, among others. Bangor is the quintessential Down East town; And while it's seen its heyday, the town has an historic feel and a University of Maine campus nearby.
Bangor information Web site
Bar Harbor & Acadia National Park - 1 hour & 45 minutes
One of our country's most beautiful national parks sits on an island with the lovely town of Bar Harbor. No trip to Maine is complete without exploring the park and staying until evening in Bar Harbor for some lobstah.
Acadia magic Web site

 

Nearby Ski Areas
(click maps to see area trail maps)

Camden Snow Bowl - 20 minutes
The closest ski area to Blueberry Fields, Camden Snow Bowl offers 80 acres of skiing with a unique vista overlooking Penobscot Bay.
Camden Snow Bowl Web site
Lost Valley Ski Area - 90 minutes
Lost Valley is the perfect spot for families, especially those with small children and novice skiers. The trails are rather easy and the slope not very steep.
Lost Valley Ski Area Web site
Spruce Mountain Ski Slope - 1 hour & 45 minutes
A small, inexpensive ski area; Full-day passes are $16 and under.
Spruce Mountain Web site
Sugarloaf USA - 2 hours
One of the winter treasures of Maine is Sugarloaf, nestled on Maine's second-highest peak. There are 1,400 skiable acres of terrain and one trail running 3.5 miles.
Sugarloaf USA Web site
Sunday River - 2 hours
In Bethel, Sunday River is really a treat, with 660 skiable acres.
Sunday River Web site

 

Nearby Lighthouses

Owl's Head Lighthouse - 35 minutes
A quaint lighthouse located in Rockland overlooking various islands.
Pemaquid Point Lighthouse - 60 minutes
One of the most beautiful and most photographed lighthouses in the world is Pemaquid Point Lighthouse.
Marshall Point - 60 minutes
Port Clyde has a long tradition as an artist’s retreat. Andrew Wyeth had a studio here, and his son Jaime not far away. The picturesque harbor and the light at Marshall Point still serve as a classroom for art workshops. The 31 foot tower of bricks with a granite base was built in 1823 and refurbished in 1857 and fitted with a fifth-order fresnel.
Monhegan Light - 60 minute drive & 60 minute ferry
Monhegan is a stunningly beautiful island ... 11 miles off the coast of Maine, shaped like a whale, with 150 foot headlands on the north side sloping down to low coves on the southern end.
Portland Light - 90 minutes