Emergencies:  Dial 911

Local Stores:

Biddeford Pool Post Office 207-282-6686

  • Hours of operation
  • Window: Mon – Fri 12:30pm – 4:30pm
  • Window: Sat 9am to Noon
  • Lobby: 6am – 8pm 7 days a week

Between the Tides Gift Shop 207-5719633

  • 1 Lester B. Orcutt Boulevard
  • Monday – Saturday 10-6pm
  • Sunday 11-5pm

FO Goldthwaite’s/Pool Lobster 207-284-5000

  • Store Hours Mon – Sunday 7am to 8pm
  • Restaurant Mon – Sunday 7am to 7:30pm

Sea Star Market, Rt9 207-286-3022

  • Gas, Propane, Groceries, Sandwiches/Pizza

Places of Worship:

St. Brendan Catholic Church

  • 40 Lester B Orcutt Blvd 207-284-5363
  • Saturday Service 5:30pm
  • Sunday Service 9:30am

Union Church (Interdenominational) 207-282-4172

  • Stonecliff Road
  • Sunday Service 9:30am

St. Martins in the Field (Episcopal) 207-772-1953

  • St Martins Lane

Outdoor Activities:

East Point Audubon Sanctuary

Lester B Orcutt Blvd

Timber Point Trail, Granite Point

End of Granite Point Road

Wood Island Lighthouse

The Friends of Wood Island Lighthouse (“FOWIL”) invite you to visit the restored the Lighthouse on a guided tour aboard our boat the Lightrunner. FOWIL will soon begin its summer tour schedule during the months of July and August.  In addition, FOWIL will run a full day of tours on Maine’s Open Lighthouse Day, which is on Saturday, September 14.

Reservations are required and must be made online. For the tour schedule and to make your reservation, visit FOWIL’s website at www.woodislandlighthouse.org.

Take a step back in time to experience the lighthouse and the lives of its keepers a century ago.

Tours are by online reservation only at www.woodislandlighthouse.org

A Maine Adventure

Eagle Lake Locomotives Abandoned in 1933

Eagle Lake is part of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.  These two locomotives were abandoned in 1933 along with many rail cars, of which, all that is left are the wheels still sitting on the rails.  The Allagash lies west of Baxter State Park and is roughly a 600 mile round trip from Biddeford Pool.  If you undertake this trip remember to take the second right at mile marker 15.  Once on this road you have an additional 6 mile drive and then a 45 min walk into the trains.  At the end of the trail your first view of these locomotives is through evergreen trees and it is a sight you will not soon forget.

Town of Biddeford

August 12, 2018

Biddeford and most towns across our nation are grappling with recycling issues.  China is refusing to take our recycled products due to contamination and if they stop it won’t be long before we as a nation have to stop recycling as we will have no place to put it.  Once that happens we will all pay a hefty price to get rid of our trash….Please follow the below instructions when discarding your trash.

Recycling Update