Named after prominent revolutionary patriot and commander General Charles Lee, the town of Lee has been in existence since the 1760s. Several historic buildings are worthy of attention, including the Congregational Church, a Romanesque design building with a 150-foot steeple and a Seth Thomas Clock.
Lee Farmers Market
Drop by to see for yourself. Call to find out about its assortment of vegetables, fruits, local specialties, crafts and organic food.Rain or Shine.
Saturday 10AM-2PM. 27 May-October.
25 Park Place
Casual French bistro, changing seasonal menu, chef and pastry chef owned & operated in a historic house in downtown Lee.
150 Main Street
Karen Keenan Gifts & Home
A shop full of unique gifts for all occasions including: engagements, weddings and anniversaries, showers, baby and toddler, hostess, birthday and many decorative accessories.
69 Main Street
Greenock Country Club
Redesigned by Donald Ross, the course stands out as a masterpiece from the classic age. Greenock’s rather generous fairways suit all levels of players. 9 holes.
220 West Park Street
Goose Pond Reservation
Paddle across Lower Goose Pond in a wilderness area protecting more than a quarter-mile of rocky shoreline. Open year-round, daily, sunrise to sunset.
Access via Boat Ramp on Ridge Street
Reasonably priced rehabilitation and conditioning programs for canine companions. Support following surgery, injury or illness by a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist.
95 Summer Street