Falmouth, Maine is located north of Portland along the coast of Casco Bay. There are many options for attractions and recreational activities along and into the bay. Falmouth has small town appeal with access to the larger city of Portland. The housing market is one of the strongest in Southern Maine with excellent resale value and options to choose from for the most discerning Maine home buyer.

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Demographics, Population, and Income

Falmouth’s population is around 11,000 people and the city covers approximately 32 square miles of land. The demographics of Falmouth show that 97 percent of the population is white. The median age in this city is 40. Families represent about 72 percent of the population in this area.


Children in grades K-2 attend Lunt School. Grades 3-4 are held at Plummer-Motz School. Middle school consists of grades 5-8. Currently, about 745 students attend Falmouth Middle School. Grades 9-12 are held at Falmouth High School. More information for each of the schools in Falmouth Maine can be found at https://www.falmouthschools.org. Falmouth’s schools are rated as one of the best in the State and all services are provided by the town for grades K-12.

Attractions in Falmouth

Things to do in Falmouth include visiting the local harbor and the town landing. There are both indoor and outdoor ice skating facilities, and three golf courses in Falmouth. There are also various parks and recreation facilities in Falmouth. Access to islands in Casco Bay is available through Falmouth. Located on the coast of Casco Bay gives many other opportunities for recreation in the area.

Shopping and Restaurants in Falmouth Maine

Some well known restaurants in Falmouth are the Falmouth Sea Grill, O’naturals, Falmouth House of Pizza, Ricetta’s Brickoven Pizzeria, and Patti’s Restaurant. Places to shop include JcPenney’s, Waldo’s General Store, and Walmart.