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Fort Popham State Historic Site


category : Forts
Fort Popham is a semi-circular granite fort built in 1861 for use during the Civil War. Modifications were made and the fort used again in the Spanish American War and World War 1. Open Memorial Day to Sept. 30


Address: Terminus of Rt. 209
Phone: 207-389-1335
Our Website: Phippsburg, Maine

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Morse River Associates

Five family houses in nature preserve at Small Point. Access to beautiful beach, river canoe/kayaking, nature trails, outstanding views. Sleep 6-10. Kitchen equipment and linens provided. Woodstove heated. Available May & June, September & October. One house available year-round. Rates: $500

Phippsburg, ME Other Attractions

Popham Beach State Park

529 acres: spacious sand beach, bathhouses, freshwater rinse-off showers, picnic area with charcoal grills, trails and wildlife watching. Fort Popham is two miles further south on Route 209

Phippsburg, ME State Parks

Fort Popham State Historic Site

Fort Popham is a semi-circular granite fort built in 1861 for use during the Civil War. Modifications were made and the fort used again in the Spanish American War and World War 1. Open Memorial Day to Sept. 30

Phippsburg, ME Forts



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