Take A Bike Tour Of 5 Lighthouses And Learn Portland’s History
Running daily (weather permitting) now through the end of October you can take a guided bike tour of 5 lighthouses, learn about Portland's history and have a lobster roll lunch with Summer Feet Cycling Adventures.
Your journey begins at the Ocean Gateway Cruise Terminal/Visitor Information Center, from there you'll take a short shuttle ride to find the perfect bike to use for the tour.
The adventure starts on the bike path at Willard Beach. Your first stop is Bug Light where you'll hear about the liberty ships built during the Second World War as you take in the views and even explore the lighthouse.
From there its on to Spring Point Lighthouse, Fort Preble and the Portland Harbor Museum.
Of course no lighthouse tour of Maine would be complete with out a stop at the most photographer lighthouse in the world. After a short ride down Shore Road you'll arrive at Fort Williams Park, the home of Portland Head Light. That's the spot where you can enjoy a delicious lobster roll (included in the price of the ticket).
After a short break it's back on the bike to the next destination, Two Lights State Park and Kettle Cove.
It it strongly recommended to book in advance as these tours fill very quickly. To book your tour, call 207.857.9544.