Location Profile

Boothbay Harbor, Maine

Facility Type
Skilled Nursing Facility
Facility Location
Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Skilled nursing, assisted living, memory care, and other services are offered at the specialized care center. The facility takes pride in offering service-oriented care that meets the individual needs of patients.

Community Overview

Boothbay Harbor offers an abundance of outdoor activities, good schools, and a rich arts scene. Featuring some of the best midcoast Maine scenery around, it’s a seaside village with a historic downtown, sprawling nature preserve, and diverse wildlife. Boothbay Harbor is a popular destination for tourists who want to have a taste of authentic Maine experience. As the town is just 1 hour away from Portland, Maine, it’s an ideal choice for commuters who would like a small-town lifestyle. Boothbay Harbor offers events year-round with food tasting tours, walking tours, and seasonal events. Seafood is a big focus of the area and so there are clambakes to enjoy and plenty of lobster rolls to be found.

Learn more about Boothbay Harbor at the official town website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


The local public schools are part of the AOS 98/Rocky Channels School System (AOS 93). Boothbay features 1 elementary school for grades K-8 and 1 high school for grades 9-12. Students enjoy a low student-teacher ratio of 9 to 1 in a nurturing environment which encourages learning. The district offers every student an iPad for learning while in-classroom and students in grades 7-12 are permitted to bring the devices home. Boothbay Region High School is highly-rated and is among the top 1,800 schools in the country by U.S. News and World Report’s Best U.S. High Schools. The high school has 75 unique courses, 6 Advanced Placement (AP) classes, and a robust STEM class selection. Students can also enjoy classes in the Humanities with art, music, languages, and electives. Boothbay Harbor doesn’t have a private school within the city, however, Lincoln County has 10 private schools.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

The local shops and stores of Boothbay Harbor have a range of merchandise, with such delights as jewelry, home decor, clothing, and gifts. You’ll find most of the shops in the historic and charming downtown. Among them are Maine’s oldest bookstore and a candy shop that dates back more than 100 years. Candles, Maine delicacies, regional art, and other unique store items await. Grocery stores include Hannaford Supermarket, Eventide Specialties, and several general/country markets.

Boothbay Harbor has a lively arts scene with a series of great venues to appreciate culture. The Boothbay Region Art Foundation offers art classes, a gallery, an annual art show, off-site shows, and other art events. Another significant member of the arts community in Boothbay Harbor is its opera house. The Boothbay Harbor Opera House has welcomed performers since 1894. Now the historic theater features a year-round calendar of exciting events with live music, special events, and guest performers. In the spring, the Carousel Music Theater opens up for a series of dinner theatre shows. Harbor Theater will let you see first-run movies, classic films, and indie releases. Browse the historic village, view more than 60 vintage automobiles, and attend one of the frequent programs offered at Boothbay Railway Village, a living history complete with a real train you can ride. Boothbay Region Historical Society will let you look at even more history at their museum which features permanent and rotating exhibits. Learn about Boothbay Harbor’s heritage of shipbuilding, military history, and see how it evolved over the years by viewing artifacts and browsing the on-site library.

Whether you want to have fun on land or water, Boothbay has recreation options for all. Take a boat tour to explore the area and its nearby islands. You can even get a chance to see puffins, seals, and whales. Grab a kayak and paddle on the water or finding a great fishing spot. In the warmer months, head to Barrett Park to have a day on the beach or take a dip in the water. Once back on land, take a stroll through the gorgeous Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, a sprawling 250-acre property with waterfalls, stonework, and plenty of gardens to explore. In the spring, you can visit the Maine State Aquarium, a collection of regional fish, lobsters, and other marine life. There’s even a touch tank to pet sharks and tide pool creatures. Along the way, you’ll learn all about the unique species that live in Maine through presentations and exhibits. You can see even more wildlife in their natural habitat when you visit the Oak Point Farm, one of 26 nature preserves located across the Maine peninsula. Located in Boothbay Harbor, Oak Point Farm has year-round activities for all ages. There’s a 1-mile loop hike, a 2-acre freshwater pond for wildlife viewing, a field for kite flying, and a slope for sledding. The preserve also offers an educational center plus a series of programs and special events.

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Crime Rate

Boothbay Harbor is one of the safest areas in Maine and has a crime rate that’s 80% lower than the national average. Crime in Boothbay has decreased by 64% over the last year and the town is safer than 90% of the country.

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