Chebeague Island

Chebeague Island


isle of many springs

Chebeague Island is one of Maine’s most beautiful islands! It is home to generations of year-round and summer residents. At almost five miles long and 1½ miles wide,Chebeague Island is the largest island in Casco Bay and is home to over 360 year-round people and more than 1,600 summer residents. Its name means “isle of many springs.”

Ariel Shot of Boat Docks in Fall, Photo Credit: Peter G. Morneau
Casco Bay Drone Shot of Multiple Islands, Photo Credit: Peter G. Morneau

Chebeague Island has a storied history of sailing, notably the stone sloopers, men who carried ballast for the sailing ships of the 19th century America and later granite for many of the country’s most spectacular buildings, including the Washington Monument. The many lovely Greek Revival homes on the island were built by these sloopers.

Chebeague Island Inn

Beautifully restored 1920’s hotel on one of Maine’s picturesque islands, offering a quiet, elegant & unique setting.

Chebeague Island Inn Restaurant & Bar

Our Chef transforms seasonal, local ingredients into elegant dishes with combination of creativity, freshness and flavor.

Distance to Points of Interest

Walking distance to points of interest from the landing at Chandler’s Cove (where Casco Bay Lines docks):

  • 1.4 miles | About 30 minutes – to Recreation Center
  • 1.6 miles | About 30 minutes – to Boatyard/Niblic/USPS
  • 2.2 miles | About 45 minutes – to Town Hall
  • 2.3 miles | About 45 minutes – to Island Market, Library, and Island Center
  • 2.9 miles | About 60 minutes – to Museum of Chebeague History
  • 3.2 miles | About 65 Minutes – to Chebeague Island Inn or Great Chebeague Golf Club

Approximate travel time from Portland: 60-90 minutes one-way (trip times vary based upon route and cargo volume)

Lay of the land

Greater Portland Maine
Greater Portland Maine