Blue Hill Peninsula Sights

Brooksville

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Updated 12/26/2013

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The town of Brooksville, incorporated in 1817, is almost completely surrounded by water, with Eggemoggin Reach, Walker Pond, and the Bagaduce River marking its boundaries. Cape Rosier, remote and cove-lined even for this off-the-beaten-path peninsula, is home to Holbrook Island Sanctuary, a state park with hiking trails and a gravel beach.

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Maine, United States

Updated 12/26/2013

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