Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Blue Hill Harbor, ME

Blue Hill Harbor is a large bight in the northwestern part of Blue Hill Bay. The inner and outer harbors are divided by Parker Point, on the western shore of the harbor, and Sculpin Point, on the northern shore. The village of Blue Hill, at the head of the inner harbor, gets its name from 934-foot-high Blue Hill, a rounded promontory which appears blue when viewed from a distance.

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By National Park Service / Matthew Lambert (Acadia Youth Technology Team)derivative work: User:Maps and stuff (white balanced; reduced saturation; brightened darker areas) - National Park Service website (archive), Public Domain,