Higgins Beach is famous for being one of the best surf spots in Maine. The best local surf shop, Black Point Surf Shop offers lessons, boards, and wetsuits to protect you from the cold Maine waters. Higgins Beach has changed dramatically over the years and to capture the spirit of what it was then with our photos of what it is today we have enlisted the services of historian Rodney Laughton of Scarborough and Higgins Beach webcam with other owners engaged visitors who want to share their photos.
- Scarborough Beach Cam
Enjoy a live real-time Scarborough Beach weather webcam overlooking the popular North Bay beach surf area in the North Yorkshire seaside resort of Scarborough in the Yorkshire Region of England. Check out live weather conditions at the surfing beach at Scarborough Beach in North Bay by watching this live HD video feed. Historically part of the North Riding of Yorkshire, the modern town sits between 370m above sea level and rises steeply north and west from the harbor to the limestone cliffs. The oldest part of the town of Scarborough lies around the harbor and is protected by a rocky outcrop
- Portland Head Light Camera
The webcam faces north from the southern tip of Casco Bay toward the city of South Portland and the islands of Casco Bay. In the background is Fort Gorges, a 19th-century military fort located on a small island. Portland Head Light, completed in 1791, is a major tourist attraction on the Maine coast, along with other historical landmarks in the 90-acre Fort Williams Park. In addition to the historic buildings, visitors to Cape Elizabeth can also enjoy the rugged coastal trails and highlights of Crescent Beach State Park and Two Lights State Park. Before you travel to this alluring Maine destination, you can check the weather forecast in this live stream.
• Cape Porpoise Harbor cam
Let this live HD webcam feed take you to Cape Porpoise Harbor, a seaside fishing village in Kennebunkport, Maine, USA. The camera shot shows the lobster dock and boats at Cape Porpoise Lobster Co., a seafood restaurant on Pier Road. The port has around 120 berths, most of which are used by commercial fishermen. The picturesque tidal harbor is protected by small islands, namely Goat Island with the historic lighthouse. Part of the city of Kennebunkport, this fishing village is a laid-back destination on the Maine coast. It is known for its local seafood, especially lobster. To learn more about Cape Porpoise, scroll down the page to view our map.
- Dock Square cam
This live webcam feed shows a beautiful section of Dock Square surrounded by elegant buildings housing shops, restaurants, and other amenities. Dock Square stretches along a pretty street that crosses the Mathew J. Lanigan Bridge over the Kennebunk River in the center of town, as you can see on the map. Visitors to Kennebunkport particularly enjoy riverboat rides through downtown and out to the open sea. Other popular water activities in Kennebunkport include boating, kayaking, stand-up paddling, and fishing charters.
- Moose Landing Marina Cam
This live HD streaming webcam shows the lakefront Moose Landing Marina in the beautiful resort town of Naples, Maine. The online camera gives you a great view of the marina and shoreline around Brandy Pond, also known as the Bay of Naples Lake. Brandy Pond is connected by rivers to Long Lake to the north and Sebago Lake to the south as you can see on the map on the side. Moose Landing Marina offers many services, such as boat rentals and storage facilities, that allow visitors to enjoy boating in the beautiful Naples countryside in the heart of Maine’s Lake Country and Mountains.