Join us for the Inaugural Belfast Winter Whoopla | February 23 – 25, 2018
Activities to Keep Your Calendar Full
There are activities to keep your calendar full – Enjoy wandering our seaside villages and the rolling hills of our inland towns, shop in Belfast’s historic downtown, visit our eclectic collection of galleries and artists’ studios, hike through our state parks overlooking the ocean, learn about our maritime history at a local museum, check out the lighthouses that dot the coast, or try sailing and boating on the bay, perhaps on a historic Schooner.
When you get to Belfast be sure to stop at the Chambers Visitor Center at 14 Main street for a map. We are happy to share where to get fresh Maine blueberries, tell you of great local events and festivals, where to hunt for sea glass and of course where to eat lobster.
Discover the history of Belfast with Museum in the Streets or explore the Belfast Rail Trail on the Passagassawaukeag , Hint: the locals call it the Passy. The rail-trail follows the route of the Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad, a passenger and freight line which operated from 1871 to 2007 between Belfast and Burnham Junction. The trail begins in downtown Belfast. From there, the crushed-stone, tree-lined trail heads northwest paralleling the river ending at the Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad. The train still operates on the weekends throughout the summer. They are celebrating their 150th year, this year.
You can access the north end of the trail at the Belfast & Mooshead Lake Railroad, or start at the trail’s mid-point from the Upper Bridge parking lot on High Street.
Interested in walking or hiking around Belfast? We have maps available for routes and distances! Click the image below to download your own copy!