Sullivan, Maine 04664
Sullivan, ME Lodging, Real Estate, Travel, & Visitor Information
Sullivan in downeast Maine is a town in Hancock County, Maine, United States. With a population of just over 1,200 people this Maine village was named for Daniel Sullivan. Daniel was an early settler. The town was incorporated in 1789. Sullivan points of interest include: Tidal Falls Preserve, The Granite Garden Gallery
Gardens, and the facinating Rock Church of Scoodic Peninsula.
Sullivan Maine History
Sullivan was once known for its fishing fleet and granite industry. The town is home to a portion of Acadia National Park – in fact is is the only portion of the park that is located on the mainland. Sullivan is considered the gateway to Schoodic Peninsula. In June of 2000, Sullivan was designated as U.S. Route One’s western starting point for the scenic Schoodic Byway. Sullivan was originally known as New Bristol. Sullivan is comprised of Sullivan, North Sullivan, West Sullivan, Sullivan Harbor, and East Sullivan. Sullivan Harbor was the scene of the novel The Tinker of Salt Cove.
Town of Sullivan
1888 Us Highway 1
Sullivan, ME 04664