5 Best Places to Shop in Brooklin, Sedgwick, and Brooksville, Blue Hill Peninsula and Deer Isle

Brooklin Candy Co.

Try the sea-glass hard candy and the coffee bark at this little shop offering small treats in a tiny town.

Handmade Papers Gallery

Gigi Sarsfield makes fibrous papers that include things like tufts of cattail and small bits of lichen that she finds on walks in the woods or along the sea. You can buy individual sheets or blank books. Lampshades made from the paper are also for sale. 

Leaf and Anna

This shop sells fun and functional wares—from aprons and tea towels to plush toys and puzzles—with a decidedly Maine theme. It's also a good place to stock up on Brooklin, Maine, caps, T-shirts, and mugs. There's also a branch in Blue Hill.

12 Reach Rd., Brooklin, ME, USA
207-359–5030
Shopping Details
Rate Includes: Closed Jan.–Apr., Second location in Blue Hill

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Makers Market Shop and Studio

It's well worth a stop here to spend part of an afternoon (it's not open in the morning) browsing items made by local photographers, seamstresses, fiber artists, and potters.

33 Bagaduce Rd., ME, 04617, USA
207-812–3703
Shopping Details
Rate Includes: Closed Sun.–Tues.

Roaring Lion Farm and Market

This farm hosts a weekend market featuring its own meat (including succulent Meishan pork), eggs, and produce, as well as items from other local producers and makers. You can also get breakfast sandwiches.