Sedgwick

The town of Sedgwick was incorporated in 1798 and named after Major General Robert Sedgwick who ousted the French from neighboring Castine. The township’s boundaries diminished as land was taken to form the neighboring towns of Brooksville and Brooklin in the early 1800’s. Early settlers found the land more suitable to grazing, quarrying and logging, due to the long, rocky ridge that runs between the Bagaduce river and Salt Pond. Blueberry barrens dot the landscape, offering scenic views, notably Caterpillar Hill.

The town’s coastline stretches along the shores of the Eggemoggin Reach, separating the Peninsula from Deer Isle. The mouth of the Benjamin River offers sailors and boaters a quiet cove, and village of Sargentville is the gateway to Deer Isle.

  • ClayForms Pottery 189 Rope Ferry Road
  • Downeast Custom Cruises  Sedgwick Town Landing
  • Eggemoggin Textile Studio 497 Reach Road
  • El El Frijoles 41 Caterpillar Hill Road
  • Dan’s Flower Farm 8 Flower Farm Road
  • Hinchcliffe Antiques & Farm Tables 26 Cradle Knolls Lane
  • Millbrook Company 160 Snows Cove Road
  • Nichols Day Camps 40 Camp Lane
  • Town of Sedgwick 719 North Sedgwick Road