Welcome to Cornish Maine's Official Business Community Website

Cornish is located in the foothills of the White Mountains, midway between the coastal city of Portland and the picturesque Mt. Washington Valley of New Hampshire. It is called the Crown Jewel of York County* and voted as one of the 2016 "Sweet 16" for "Best Places to Live in Maine".

Cornish is one of the towns making up what's called the Sacopee Valley area. Our near by neighbors are Baldwin, Brownfield, Hiram, Fryeburg, Kezar Falls, Limington, Limerick, Parsonsfield, and Porter. The word "Sacopee" is derived from Saco and Ossipee, the two major rivers that flow along our borders.

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At Once All Agog – Gold Sponsor – 2017 Christmas In Cornish

At Once All Agog – Gold Sponsor – 2017 Christmas In Cornish

Krista’s – Gold Sponsor – 28th Cornish Apple Festival

Krista’s – Gold Sponsor – 28th Cornish Apple Festival

At Once All Agog – Gold Sponsor – 28th Cornish Apple Festival

At Once All Agog – Gold Sponsor – 28th Cornish Apple Festival
Explore what you
can find and do
in and around
Cornish area!

Shopping in town & so close to more:

  • Historic Downtown Cornish offers a variety of locally owned shops
  • Outlet shopping North Conway (45 minutes, tax free)
  • Freeport (Home of LL Bean, 1 hour)
  • Kittery (1-1/2 hours)

Nearby Places To See

Antiques, crafts,
local artist, hand
crafted gifts.

Collectors & Crafters:

  • Antique hunter's destination featuring shops and auctions
  • Unique craft shops
  • Local crafters make quilts, felted goods, jewelry, forged steel, stained glass, "garden jewelry", hooked rugs, paintings, medieval reenactment attire, hand decorated furniture, and more.
  • Quilt Shops
  • Natural Raw Yarn Products

Stop for a few
hours or stay for a
few days.

Lodging:

  • Comfortable motels with a variety of accommodations
  • Cottages available overnight, weekly and seasonally (South Hiram)
  • B&B’s (Cornish, Brownfield, Limerick, Sebago, and Fryeburg)
  • RV campground along the Saco River

Scenic stops, mild
and challenging
activities on land,
lakes or rivers.

Sight Seeing & Outdoor Sports:

  • Picturesque vistas, waterfalls and colors of the seasons inspire photography buffs and artists.
  • Rivers, lakes and bogs offer fishing, boating and swimming Nearby Places To See
  • Hiking trails offer a challenge to everyone Hiking Trails & Maps
  • Cross country & downhill skiing locally, Sebago, & NH
  • Geocaching
  • Internationally acclaimed summer camps
  • Ice fishing & snowmobiling locally & NH
  • Golfing locally, Sebago, & NH

Community events
that will reminds
you of yesteryear.

Events: