Trade Winds Inn

Rockland has long been at the heart of Maine History and is the heart of the Maine Midcoast. We invite you to come and experience all that Maine and the u can get there from here!Midcoast has to offer. The Trade Winds Inn is located in beautiful downtown Rockland, with spectacular views of the majestic Penobscot Bay. Rockland is a fantastic place to visit with a variety of local amenities and area attractions within easy reach of all of Maine’s major attractions. The Trade Winds Inn offers great hub-n-spoke opportunities with easy access to Portland, Augusta, Acadia and all of the Midcoast. 

Our Inn is just steps from The Maine Lighthouse Museum, the Puffin Project and the Farnsworth Museum which features many of Andrew Wyeth’s beautiful paintings. Your are only minutes from the Owls Head Transportation Museum, the Henry Knox Mansion, several wineries or Pemaquid Lighthouse. Just a few minutes away your groups can enjoy the working waterfronts in Rockport or Camden or they can take a trip on the ferry to beautiful Vinalhaven and spend the day biking one of Maine’s great offshore treasures. Your group will love a stop at the prison store in Thomaston where they can purchase items that are handmade by prisoners who are learning skills that will help them in the future.

Why pack and unpack when they can just stay in one location and enjoy the best Maine has to offer. Your group can spend the day in Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, and Bangor and finish the day off with dinner at a local winery. Take a day and explore the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, visit the Maine Maritime museum in Bath, Bowdoin Art Museum and enjoy dinner at The Taste of Maine. Your can spend the day in Maine’s Capital Augusta, visit the Maine State Museum, the Capital, the Blaine house (home of the Governor) and Fort Western where General Benedict Arnold planned the invasion of Quebec. If you want to enjoy Maine’s abundant natural treasures, the Heart of the Midcoast is where you want to be. Whether it is the romance of a schooner sail from our harbor, a bike ride around a nearby island or a hike of Monhegan Island your journey can begin from the comfort of the Trade Winds Inn in Rockland.

Rockland is a four season destination offering skiing from January until March at the Snowbowl where your guests have great views of the ocean while skiing. In February the National Toboggans Championships are held locally your groups can even enter a team. There are local opportunities for snowshoeing, cross country skiing and remember just because it is winter does not mean that the Maine attractions you visit in the summer are not there for you to enjoy year round. Many of our museums, wineries and local theaters are open and waiting for you. In the spring and fall you can enjoy our communities the way we do, without the crowds that comes with visiting in the summer. All of this and more can be done with a stay at the Trade Winds Inn and we offer your guests newly renovated rooms and public areas, a convenient on-site restaurant, the Eclipse, and the Speakeasy Lounge, as well as a pool and fitness center. After a long day of touring, guests can relax at the Speak Easy Lounge and enjoy their favorite adult beverage and listen to some great local talent or just stroll Main Street and explore.

Rockland, Maine - Gateway to Penobscot Bay