Snug Harbor Farm

Happy Thursday friends!

Have you had a good week? After two days of pouring rain (and even scary tornado warnings last night), I am excited to see some sunshine today.

I am so glad I get to share a closer look at our visit to Snug Harbor Farm with you today. I first mentioned Snug Harbor in my Maine getaway recap here. I was so enchanted by the farm, however, that I deemed it worthy of a post all its own. If you are ever in the Kennebunk area, a trip to Snug Harbor is a must! Bryce and I found out about it purely by accident, noticing it on our way into town. I am so glad that we made a point to go back later during our trip.

One of the things that really stood out in Maine was how lush it is. There were gorgeous flowers and gardens everywhere and Snug Harbor really epitomized this aspect of the area. I felt like our time there was magical and I was in awe of something new around every corner! It was as if I had set foot in a Beatrix Potter story. Having our own farm like this would be Bryce's dream one day!

I'll let the pictures do most of the talking throughout the rest of this post.

Oh goodness. Don't even get me started on the topiaries. I was in heaven!

Have you ever traveled to Maine?

Any other must visit places for garden lovers like us?

Have a great day!


  1. Love these! Dying over the vegetable garden - one of my goals this year is to have a successful garden!

  2. This is amazing!!! If we didn't have so much travel booked already this year, I would be looking up flights/trains/directions right this second. Those topiaries are to die for, this is gorgeous!!

    Erin, Attention To Darling

  3. It does look very Beatrix Potter! I keep waiting to see Peter Rabbit darting about in his little blue coat :)

  4. Oh my gosh...this place looks heavenly! I can't get over the topiaries either..I would want to bring them all home with me lol! Have a great weekend! Sarah | Belle in the City

  5. Oh it's definitely time to go back to Maine! Love your pics. We did a road trip that included a lot of coastal towns, including camping on the beach. :)


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