WWII Military Trail Walking Tour

Walking Tour for Groups of Ten or More by Prior Reservation Only

During World War II Peaks Island was home to the largest and most important military base in Casco Bay. Most of the military buildings burned in a fire in 1957 but the concrete bunkers and towers remain, a testament to a dark period in our nation’s past.

Your guide leads you through the “reservation” area, pointing our sights of interest and interpreting how the war and the presence of some 800 soldiers changed the island.

This tour last approximately 2 hours and takes you along wooded paths as well as on gravel roads.  At times you'll feel like you're deep in the woods rather than on an island surrounded by sparkling blue sea.


Schedule an Adventure


May 1 – Memorial Day:
Daily at 11:00am & 1:00pm  

Memorial Day – Labor Day:                                       Daily at 11:00 am, 1:00 pm & 3:00 pm

Labor Day – October 31:
Daily at 11:00am & 1:00pm

Other times by appointment.    


Adults: $20.00
Seniors: $18.00
Children (age 5-12): $10.00    

Group rates available for groups of 10 or more

Reservations are necessary as space is limited