Since all buoys are a natural wood product, there is a chance that your buoy may or may not have a crack or may develop a crack over time.  There is no way to determine when and/or if this will happen,  This is what makes them unique and adds character to your buoy.

Ohio

Sylvania

Liberty Township

New Albany

Centerville

Dayton

Mason

​Pickerington


Pennsylvania

Lititz

Wexford

Harleysville

Pittsburgh

Eighty Four

Greenville

​Edinboro


Rhode Island

Middleton

Portsmouth

Tiverton

Johnston

Newport

West Compton


South Carolina

Mount Pleasant

Myrtle Beach

Simpsonville


South Dakota

Sioux Falls


Tennessee

Chattanooga

Buchanan

Bean Station

Ooltewah

​Sevierville



Michigan

Ithaca

Traverse City

​South Haven


Minnesota

Lakeville

Apple Valley

St. Paul


Mississippi

Long Beach


North Carolina

Granite Falls

Davidson


New Hampshire

North Sutton

Litchfield

Greenfield

Hampton


New Jersey

Swedesboro


New York

Burnt Hills

Westhampton

Hoosick

New York

Duanesburg

Painted Post

Erieville

Lake Grove


If you have one our our buoys and would like to have a photo of your buoys on this page, just drop us an email and we will get it right on.

Maine

Winterport

Friendship

Waldoboro

North Yarmouth

Lyman

Freeport

Georgetown

New Harbor

Ogunquit

Rockland

York

Bristol

Damariscotta

Orr's Island

East Boothbay

Bath

Ellsworth

Portland

Brunswick

Oxford

Monhegan

Charlotte

Blue Hill

Bangor

Kennebunkport

Camden

Port Clyde

Augusta

South Thomaston

Wiscasset

Wells

​Trenton

Alabama

​Satsuma

Gadsden

Kansas

Olathe

Kansas City


Kentucky

Lexington

Prospect

Bowling Green

​Hopkinsville


Louisiana

Shreveport

River Ridge

Harvey


Massachusetts

Ipswich

Norwell

Westport

Boston

Dartmouth

South Dartmouth

Milton

Wellesley

Topsfield

South Yarmouth

Yarmouth Port

Brewster

Still River


Maryland

Chevy Chase

Bethesda

Gaithersburg


We thought it would be fun to see where in the United States and abroad, Maine Wooden Buoys have traveled.  Being sold in a variety of shops, we don't know where the buoys make their final home.


If you have one of our buoys or know of someone that does, and you don't see a "pin" on our map of their hometown, just drop us a note or call and we will be happy to add it.

Arkansas

Little Rock


Arizona

Tucson


California

Camarillo

Altadena

Long Beach

Davis

Carson

San Mateo

Oakland

Atherton

Laguna Niguel

Glagary Alberto

La Habra

San Rafael


Connecticut

Bolton

Wethersfield

East Windsor

Wolcott

​Riverside

Colorado

Crystal Lake

​​​Delaware

New Castle

Lewes


Florida

Fleming Island

Silver Springs

Jacksonville

Tarpon Springs

Boynton Beach

Naples

Orlando

Middleburg

Fort Myers

Windermere

​Ponte Vedra


Georgia

Griffin

Atlanta

Brookhanve

Sandy Springs


Iowa

Carter


Illinois

Qunicy

Kingston

Crystal Lake

​Chicago


Indiana

Fort Wayne


Here are some of the States and towns our buoys have traveled

Maine Wooden Buoys

Texas

Austin

Houston

Brenham


Virginia

Flint Hill

Portsmouth

Arlington

Woodbridge

Reston

Great Falls


Washington

Bellevue


Wisconsin

Madison

New Berlin

Baraboo


Wyoming

Gillette


Canada

Prince Edward Island

Nove Scotia


Australia

Sydney


Lebanon

Beirut