Five vacation houses available for rent in the beautiful
Bates-Morse Mountain Conservation Area
in Phippsburg, Maine

The Bates-Morse Mountain Conservation Area is a nature preserve managed by Bates College for environmental research and education. The 500+ acre conservation area fronts over a mile of stunningly beautiful beach and dunes.

Seawall Beach
Seawall Beach
Seawall Beach

Seawall Beach, owned by the Small Point Association,  provides pleasure and enjoyment in all four seasons. The beach is ideal for children of all ages. The foliage in fall and the winter snows are truly spectacular.

Seawall Beach
Sunset on New Years Eve
Beach grass

Sunset on New Year’s Eve from Eyrie (below) at the top of Morse Mountain. Eyrie is available in all four seasons.

At the very top of Morse Mountain, one of the highest points on the mid-Maine coast, Eyrie has spectacular views in all directions of the ocean, Seawall Beach, Seguin Island, Sprague River & Casco Bay and on clear days, Mt. Washington.

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Eyrie in winter

Next door to Eyrie is the slightly smaller Easterly affording wonderful views to the south to the open Atlantic and Seguin Island three miles offshore and east to Popham Beach and the Kennebec River.

View of Seguin Island and Atlantic Ocean from Easterly

View of Seguin Island

Seagontz is a large secluded beach house with sleeping cabin directly on pristine
Seawall Beach.

View of Seawall Beach

View of Seawall Beach from the Seagontz.

Less than a mile from the beach up the Morse River are the 1877 House and A-Frame

1877 House and porch have a commanding view of Morse River Marsh, ocean and Seguin Island Lighthouse. About 100 yards from 1877 behind a screen of trees the A-Frame looks over a meadow to Morse River Marsh

1877 House

1877 House
A Frame deck

View of Morse River Marsh from the A-Frame

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