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South Gouldsboro, Maine

The Village of South Gouldsboro, Maine sign
South Gouldsboro
This shows Bunkers Cove in South Gouldsboro.
Bunkers Cove
Frenchman Bay seen from South Gouldsboro, Maine
Frenchman Bay

South Gouldsboro, Maine is located on the western side of Gouldsboro Peninsula about four miles south of U.S. Coastal Route One. It is a small fishing village on the Schoodic Scenic Byway, midway between West Gouldsboro on the north side and Winter Harbor to the south. The western shore faces Frenchman Bay and Mount Desert Island is only about 4.5 miles across the bay. Schoodic Peninsula, home to the only part of Acadia National Park on the mainland, is to the south.

South Gouldsboro, along with the villages of Birch Harbor, Corea, Prospect Harbor, and West Gouldsboro, are all part of the municipality of Gouldsboro. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, this covers a total area (land and water) of 100.8 sq. miles (261 sq. km) with 45.7% or 46.1 sq. miles (119.4 sq. km) of this being land which also includes Stave Island and Long Porcupine Island.

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Fire Department (Volunteer):
Emergency Dispatch: (207) 963-7788; Normal Business: (207) 963-5582

Municipal Business: (207) 963-5589
Town Manager, 59 Main Street, Prospect Harbor, ME 04669

Police Department:
P.O. Box 68, Prospect Harbor, ME 04669
Day Phone: (207) 963-5589; Night: (207) 667-7575
Emergencies: 911

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