Finding Unique Gifts in MidCoast Maine

If you’re exploring Midcoast Maine, you’ll probably be looking in every direction to find one-of-a-kind Maine gifts to bring home.

Let StayMaine help you find those timeless Maine gifts in the Midcoast region that remind you of your travels and support the local businesses that StayMaine love’s. 

With StayMaine’s carefully tailored list of where to shop in Midcoast Maine, you’ll be on your way to finding gifts that exude Maine!

The Walpole Barn

Pemaquid Point:

One of our favorite artisan shops in the Pemaquid Point region is The Walpole Barn, where you’ll find a breath of Maine-made products, fine ceramics, kitchen accessories, and vintage home decor to choose from.

Not to mention, The Walpole Barn holds occasional wine and oyster tastings throughout the summer months that StayMaine can arrange for you!

Another artisan shop situated in the Pemaquid Point region is The Good Supply

A restored barn storefront selling quality goods made by Maine artists, The Good Supply is filled with creatively curated houseware, handmade art pieces, and gifts. 

If atmosphere is what you’re going for on your shopping excursion, The Good Supply is a must when you visit Maine


Exploring Damariscotta and searching for something beautiful for your home, a loved one, or an infant? Check out Citizen Maine

Citizen Maine

With its timeless selection of vintage furnishings, ceramic houseware, embellished fabrics, and locally sourced infant clothing, you’ll be spending more than a minute at Citizen Maine.


If you’re a food-oriented traveler, you’ll want to stop by Treats in the little quaint of Wiscasset. The shop boasts an array of artisan cheeses, made-from-scratch baked goods, specialty wines, craft beers, ciders, preserves, and more. StayMaine can help you pre order goodies at Treats before you shop!


At StayMaine we love adding Maine flavors to your palette. At Lisa Marie’s Made in Maine shop Bath, you’ll find an assortment of specialty made in Maine treats. From blueberry gingerbread mix, to Maine maple syrup, to coastal clam dip, and chocolate covered blueberries, you’ll leave the state with a Maine palette. 


StayMaine loves bringing you to unforeseen places, where your imagination will come to life as you plan out your newly Maine designed home. That’s why we suggest Nest, in Brunswick. Unique rugs, throw pillows, bedding, vases, mirrors may be just what you’re looking for on your Maine stay. The Nest will easily help you create any space into an unconventional work of art. 


StayMaine loves to support businesses that are rooted in family. The Grasshopper Shop in Rockland is a multi-generation family owned store, and has something for everyone. The store is stocked with charming gifts for the home, body, and mind.  


Speaking of StayMaine loving family-owned stores, we suggest you check out The Smiling Cow in Camden. The 81 year old family store offers a joyful display of Maine collectables, apparel, puzzles, books, and toys. 


For shoppers looking to renew their wardrobe with Maine-made pieces, look no further than Coyote Moon in Belfast. The boutique offers a colorful array of clothing that will fit your unique style, and reflect the essence of the state. 

Boothbay Harbor:

For the popular summer destination of Boothbay Harbor, StayMaine suggests exploring Boothbay Harbor Artisans. The Maine craft store beams with handmade jewelry, stained glass, fine art and prints, hand painted ornaments, stone vases, unique pottery, and much more. 

Round-Pond Harbor:

StayMaine didn’t forget about the little-ones on your vacation. Granite Hall Store in Round-Pond Harbor will take you back in time to when candy really only cost a penny! With old fashioned candy, toys, kitchenware, books, soaps, tee-shirts, jams, and more, the whole family will be pleased. 

This is just a small list of places in the Midcoast where you can find unique Maine gifts! StayMaine inspires you to check out these businesses, and let us know how we can help you discover more of Maine!

The Walpole Barn

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