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Bailey Island is an island in Casco Bay, Maine.

Get in[edit]

  • By car, down US Route 24.
  • By ferry, from Portland on Casco Bay Lines.

Get around[edit]


  • Bailey Island Bridge on Route 24 between Bailey Island and Orr's Island. A crib bridge built with granite slabs that allows the water to flow through. If you drive to Bailey Island, you will cross the bridge.
  • Lobster traps You will see lobster traps stacked in the front yard of houses on Bailey Island.



Lobster fresh off the boats at Glenn's on Mackerel Cove. Single lobsters at wholesale prices. (e.g., $5/lb Aug 13, 2006)


  • Giant Stairs Take-out, On US Route 24. Get lobster rolls, fish 'n' chips, etc. to go in a handy handled paper bag. Take your picnic to Giant Steps, eat, and then climb around on the rocks.



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