New Harbor, the most picturesque harbor in all of Maine, has kept its unspoiled character and beauty. It is a virtually non-navigable harbor - large pleasure craft avoid the harbor. It has retained its "small fishing village" uniqueness.

The picture of the lobster boat "The Greyling" at its moorings has appeared on calendars throughout the country. If one has a penchant for lobster they will most assuredly have their fill in New Harbor. We have establishments that sell, cook, and serve fresh lobsters and clams from the daily catch.

It is impossible to enjoy a better or fresher lobster anywhere. New Harbor is above the pollution line which insures the absence of "red tide", algae, and contaminants. New Harbor is closest to Monhegan Island which along with New Harbor, because of its majestic beauty, represents the quintessential Maine experience.