ⓘ Damariscotta, Maine

                                     

ⓘ Damariscotta, Maine

Damariscotta is a town in Lincoln County, Maine, United States. The population was 2.218 at the 2010 census. Damariscotta is the oyster capital of New England. A popular tourist destination, the towns of Damariscotta and Newcastle are linked by the Main Street bridge over the Damariscotta River, forming the "Twin Villages". The name Damariscotta is an Indian name meaning "river of little fish".

                                     
  • Damariscotta - Newcastle was a census - designated place CDP in Lincoln County, Maine United States. It designated a concentration of population around
  • The Damariscotta River is a 19.0 - mile - long 30.6 km tidal river in Lincoln County, Maine that empties into the Atlantic Ocean. Damariscotta is an old
  • Historic District encompasses the historic commercial center of Damariscotta Maine Although the community was settled in the 18th century, most of
  • Damariscotta Baptist Church is a historic church at 4 Bristol Road in Damariscotta Maine Built in 1843 - 47 and restyled in 1891, it is a well - preserved
  • of the Damariscotta River in Maine United States. It is preserved as a Maine state historic site and was included as part of the Damariscotta Oyster
  • Skidompha Public Library is the public library serving Damariscotta Newcastle, and Nobleboro in Maine On March 13, 1905, the Skidompha Library Association
  • northern terminus is located at U.S. Route 1 Business US 1 Bus. in Damariscotta an end it shares with SR 129. It runs for 14.41 miles 23.19 km SR
  • Damariscotta Lake is a lake in Lincoln County, Maine Damariscota Lake, which covers 4, 600 acres, encompasses part of the towns of Jefferson, Nobleboro
  • northern terminus is located at U.S. Route 1 Business US 1 Bus. in Damariscotta an end it shares with SR 130. It runs for 13.36 miles 21.50 km SR
  • Matthew Cottrill House is a historic house at 60 Main Street in Damariscotta Maine Built in 1801, it is a well - preserved example of Federal period
  • 1998. The Damariscotta River is a tidal river that runs south through central Lincoln County, Maine Its upper reaches below Damariscotta Falls are