We hope that you’ll find the island as relaxing and charming as we do. Some of the seasonal activities you might enjoy are: swimming, walks on the beach, the nine hole golf course, tennis, picnics, bike rentals, fishing, and ferry explorations of Casco Bay and her islands.
Chebeague Island has many nooks and corners that are worth exploring (map). Bring a pair of sturdy walking shoes and take some time to be outside and indulge your curious side. Walk up the path to Deer Point – located on the West End and one of the most photographed views on the island. There you will find rock formations overlooking Casco Bay. Or, stroll up the road from the Sunset house to Hamilton Beach and go wading while you look out over the islands and to the open Atlantic ocean.
This wharf, where the Casco Bay Lines docks, has some of the best fishing to be found on the island. Bring your pole and have a nice day or evening trying your luck.
Just up the road from Chandler’s Wharf, take a leisurely visit to Island Riches, a locally owned novelty and souvenir shop.
Here are some other options you might want to try:
—–Great Chebeague Golf Course—–
Founded in 1920, the GCGC is an idylic seaside links-style course. The Club welcomes the golfing public to experience this unique 9 hole layout.
Noted for its signature 7th hole, where the tee box is shared with the local lobstermen (now and then) and the golfer must traverse the Stone Pier tidal waters to approach the sloped and undulating green, the course offers a splendid view of Casco Bay from every hole
Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, and a full bar with draft beer and drink specials. Casual dining experience, offering fresh fun food and great drinks!
Located at 2 Walker Road, Chebeague Island, ME 04017
—–Chebeague Island Boat Yard—–
The boat yard is about a 45 minute walk from Chebeague Island Inn. The boat yard houses Chebeague’s post office and the sundry store, the Niblic. The Niblic offers free WiFi access, coffee, tasty snacks, and local craft by Chebeague artists.
—–Calder’s Clam Shack—–
Borrow a bike from Chebeague Island Inn and take a short ride down to this is a family-owned business offering fried seafood, sandwiches, and ice cream. Order for take out or eat at their outdoor picnic tables
—–Chebeague Island Recreation Center—–
This community based organization features a fitness room, a tennis court and a public heated pool. Open to the public, donations are encouraged.
—–The Chebeague Island Library—–
This community hub has a good collection of new books, classics and, of course a solid regional section with books authored by those connected to Chebeague, as well as books about the island. High speed Internet access and a wireless network are available.