Port Clyde America

portclydePort Clyde is a quaint fishing village situated on the Southernmost point of the Saint George peninsula in Mid-Coast Maine.  Originally a busy port for transporting granite, providing tide mills for sawing timber and of course, a home for shipbuilders, lobster men and fishermen of the area to conduct business, Port Clyde is known today as the last remaining working fishing fleet in Maine and a quiet retreat for artists and writers to vacation.

Visitors to Port Clyde can enjoy trips to the Marshall Point Lighthouse and Drift Inn Beach or travel to Monhegan Island for a true island experience.  For those who want to enjoy a glimpse of the local people, traditions and culture, we suggest leaving the docks and coming to The Black Harpoon where you’ll find a community of people that support each other and an atmosphere that creates one heck of a good time!