Fair play. Good Value. Service. Affordability. Quality. You will find all of this and more at Renys! We are a chain of small discount stores throughout Maine that have been a part of our state's culture since 1949.
2011 marked 40 years of Halcyon Yarn bringing yarn and fiber arts supplies to thousands of wonderful customers throughout the world - and we've been serving you from our location here in beautiful Bath, Maine for over 30 years now.
Our full service quilt shop is dedicated to providing customers with friendly, attentive service, a knowledgeable, enthusiastic staff and a pleasant shopping experience. Around here, we think it’s important to offer a little something for quilters of all styles and skill levels, which is represented in our eclectic mix of fabrics, classes and services. Our classes are designed for enjoyment, as well as education…so come prepared to laugh, and learn!
Markings Gallery offers an eclectic mix of works by Maine artists in metal, clay, fiber, paper, glass, paint, stone and wood. The Gallery opened in Bath, Maine in 2010 and features accomplished contemporary Maine artists and artisans. We showcase a wide variety of individual pieces as well as seasonal thematic group shows.
There is limited parking at the light station. The lighthouse can be seen from sightseeing cruises in the area.
To visit the lighthouses on land, from Highway 1 on the east side of the Kennebec River turn south on Highway 127 (Five Islands Road) and drive for 1.8 miles to Whitmore's Landing Road. Turn right onto Whitmore's Landing Road and continue 0.4 miles and then turn left onto Doubling Point Road. Take the next left, which is after about 750 feet, and follow this road to its end where there is a path to the lights. The path starts on the sidewalk at the house next to the parking area, and visitors are urged to remain on the path.
Active U.S. Coast Guard aid to navigation The lighthouse is licensed to the American Lighthouse Foundation.
A chapter of ALF is working for the preservation of this light station:
Friends of Perkins Island Lighthouse
Accessibility: The tower and buildings are closed to the public. The station is best seen from sightseeing cruises in the area.
The most Amazing topwater Tuna action I’ve ever seen…EPIC!!! I’ll never forget that huge Bluefin crushing my popper…who knew that you could catch Tuna so close to shore? Thanks Captain George!!!… ~John W. August 2008
The Preserve is open free of charge to the public from dawn to dusk. Help us protect what you have come to enjoy. Natural
areas are delicate; foot traffic only, stay on trails; no camping, fires or motorized vehicles. Hunting, fishing and trapping
are permitted persuant to state law. Dogs must be on leash, and please clean up after your pet. Enjoy your visit!
The forest is open free of charge to the public from dawn to dusk. Sewall Woods is managed for wildlife preservation;please stay on the upland trails. Help us protect what you have come to enjoy. Natural areas are delicate; foot traffic only, no camping, smoking, fires, or motorized vehicles. Respect boundary signs and adjoining private property. The preserve is also a working timber lot designed to demonstrate the compatibility of wildlife protection and sustainable wood harvest.