Kittery Travel Guide

  • Things to Do
    by cjg1
  • Things to Do
    by cjg1
  • Things to Do
    by cjg1

Kittery Things to Do

  • The Kittery Outlets

    A big attraction in Kittery is the outlet stores. Located right on US 1; the outlet stores have a bit of something for everyone. Whenever my husband and I are in the area; we always stop and check out the outlets. The key to outlet shopping is knowing your goods and the prices so you can ensure that you are getting a bargain. Some stores are not...

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  • The Kittery Outlets

    The Kittery Outlets are a series of stores grouped together in strip mall type buildings. There are stores for just about any member of the family to enjoy from kids to adults. Stores such as Gap, Banana Republic, Coach. Movado, Lindt. J. Crew, Crate & Barrel and more can be found here.We enjoy spending some time shopping at the Outlets in some of...

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  • FORT MCCLARY

    Fort McClary is Maine's most important hisotric fort. It was manned during five wars, The Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Spanish-American War, and World War I. It preserves military history as well as changes in military architecture and technology. The fort consists of the Blockhouse, Rifleman's House, Granite Wall, Caponier, Granite...

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Kittery Restaurants

  • Lobster & Sangria...Wat else do you...

    Robert's is what I call a local place smack in the middle of a tourist spot. Robert's is located on Route 1 on the same stretch of the Kittery Outlets....which means it gets crowded. Chris and I have passed this restaurant several times during our trips and finally decided to try it out in April 2010 much to our delight and have returned many times...

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  • Wow...the Food is Incredibly Good

    Robert's Maine Grill is located right on Route 1 in Kittery amidst the busy outlets. The building stands out with it's lighthouse in front and usually bustling parking lot. We had passed by this restaurant many times and didn't go in thinking it might be just a tourist trap. After doing some investigating we discovered that this places is a...

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  • The Best Seafood in America

    This restaurant is the best seafood I have eaten in my life. It is common for me to come up from Boston just to eat their clams. If you are ever in the area, stop in here and you won't be disappointed. It is in a great loctation right down the street from all the great outlet stores. CLAMS, CALAMARI, SCALLOPS

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Kittery Transportation

  • Driving

    Driving to Kittery is the best way to get there. It's literally right over the border from New Hampshire. We've never hit traffic even with construction and holiday visitors on the road.

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  • The easiest way to get there...

    The easiest way to get there is by car.From Boston & Points South: Take Route 95 North to Exit 3 in Maine, marked Kittery/Coastal Route 1 North. The Kittery Outlets are a half mile beyond, on Route 1 North. From Portland & Points North: Take Route 95 South and immediately after the Maine Turnpike toll booth in York, take Exit 4 marked:...

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Kittery Shopping

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  • Affordable Luggage and Travel Gear

    Luggage Loft carries a variety of luggage brands and travel accessories. They have a large assortment of name brand merchandise in varieties of sizes and colors to appeal to anyone taste or travel style. My husband an I came here to find my Mother some new luggae for her upcoming trips to California, Spain and Portugal. She wanted a large, light...

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  • Handbags and Accesories

    The Coach Outlet carries women's handbags, accesories, sunglasses, belts, scarves, shoes, jewelry and a few men's items such as wallets. I'm not one to always need the "latest" bag or trendy item and prefer to pay less than department stores.The outlet can have a nice selection of items if you hit it at the right time and during a sale. I'm a bit...

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  • Children's Clothing

    OshKosh B’gosh is a childrens brand of clothing. My brother wore tons of this brand when he was little and now his son does as well. Kids outgrow clothes so fast so why spend a fortune on them.... I was so glad when we first found this outlet for my little man.This particular outlet always seems to be running special sales on top of their reduced...

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Kittery Local Customs

  • Eat Some Maine Lobster!!

    You're in Maine, so eat some Maine Lobster(or "lobsta" as they pronounce it here). Whenever hubby and I are in Kittery we stop at Robert's Maine Grill for some tasty Lobster. Whether it's a full steamed Lobster or a Lobster BLT; Lobster is a must when visiting Maine.

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  • Enjoy Some Maine Lobsta!

    When visiting Maine you simply must have the "Lobsta"(how the locals say it). The Lobster in Maine is very tasty and delicious...whether it's in a roll, sandwich, stuffed or just boiled...try some for yourself.

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  • Farm Stands

    We came across a farm stand in our travels that day and decided the strawberries looked too good to pass up. They were really sweet and quite good. It made for a nice snack in between stops.

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Kittery What to Pack

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    by cjg1 Updated Apr 28, 2010

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    Luggage and bags: A Small Rollaboard or overnight bag will do for a weekend away.

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: It tends to be much cooler in Maine than back home in New York so we always pack accordingly with heavier clothing and layers as well and lighter summer clothing during that season.

    Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Contact lens, contact solution, deodorant, toothbrush, tooth paste, shampoo, body wash, lotion, hair gel, brush, cologne and aspirin.

    Photo Equipment: My digital camera, memory card reader and battery charger

    Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Umbrella

    Miscellaneous: Laptop

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Kittery Off The Beaten Path

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    by goingsolo Written Jul 14, 2003

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    After entering Kittery from Portsmouth to the south, head east on Hwy 103 along the water. You can see the older A frame houses along the coast or stop and hike one of the trails en route. There are two forts along this route, open in the summer, and several places to stop and take in a view of the water.

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    by aozcakir Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Kittery is a shopping haven. So when you are close do visit The Kittery Outlets.

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