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Written by Cindi Smith   
Monday, 27 June 2011 11:49

From Boston, MA to Searsport, ME

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Follow Interstate 95 north to Augusta, ME: Take Exit 113 toward Belfast - U. S. Route 3 east. In Belfast U. S. Route 3 east joins U. S. Route 1 north. Midcoast Outfitters is approximately 15 minutes from this intersection. In downtown Searsport, take a left onto Mt. Ephraim  Rd and follow this road 2.5 miles. Savery Rd will be on the right and follow this road for 0.7 miles. The lodge and outfitters will be on your left.

Note: If you are coming from the south and there is heavy traffic, you can take Interstate 295 just north of Portland rather than staying on Interstate 95. Stay on 295 until it rejoins Interstate 95 at Gardiner. This  may route may decrease your traveling time.

From Montreal, Canada to Searsport, ME

Travel south approximately 28 miles on State Route 27 then to SR-16 and follow this for 39.1 miles. You then bear right onto U.S. Route 201A (SR-8) heading south-east. Follow the signs to U.S. Interstate 95 south to Bangor. Take the Cold Brook Road Exit and head east to U.S. 202. Follow the signs to Route 1A and continue on U. S. Highway 1A to Highway 1 at Stockton Springs. At this fork in the road take Highway 1 south to Searsport. In downtown Searsport, take a left onto Mt. Ephraim Rd and follow this road 2.5 miles. Savery Rd turn will be on the right and  follow this road for 0.7 miles. The lodge and outfitters will be on your left.

Midcoast Outfitters is approximately 4 hours from Boston, Providence, RI and Manchester, NH; 5 hours from Newport; 6 hours from New York City. We are 2 hours from Portland and less than an hour from Bangor.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 January 2014 02:07
 

"We had a great hunt on the bay and took lots of ducks. The scenery is unbelievable and the ducks plentiful. JD's lodge is great, comfortable and rustic at the same time. We were well fed and the last night was a seafood special of Maine lobsters. Great time, good hunt."

Janet D. Nyce

Pennsylvania