The Princeton Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market will not be operating in 2018. There’s still much to see in the area, and you can find fresh produce at the Beauregard’s Farm farmstand.
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Activities near the market:
Grab your fishing poles and throw in a line while visiting Princeton. There are two public access points in the area, the Public Landing (by the Princeton Post Office) and the Pocomoonshine Lake Landing in South Princeton. The Princeton Rod and Gun Club landing is privately owned, but open to the public. The bridge is another popular area for fishing fans. Depending on the season, perch may be running, and there is great bass fishing in the area as well (including at Big Lake, which is 4 miles away). Remember that anyone over the age of 16 will need a fishing license. One-day licenses cost as little as $11, and are available at both Princeton Variety and the Waite General Store (both of which also have fishing rule books available).
Other area activities:
The Passamaquoddy Cultural Heritage Museum is just down the road from the market, but has relatively limited hours, and is not usually open on market day. (Call 207-796-5533 for more information, or follow the museum on Facebook.)