The beaches in Maine have an inviting nature that calls out for all nomads regardless of the time of the year. The geographical location has enriched the state with rocky coastlines and beautiful beaches. From state parks consisting of beaches to private beaches accessible for public, all are within the northeastern state of the United States of America.
The beach is studded with a lighthouse nearby and multiple restaurants and food joints. You can sit at the beach and enjoy the waves. During the high waves it is impossible to see beyond, but when the tide is low, the shore becomes a good platform for beach lovers. From usual coastal activities you can come here with your family. Short sands beach is located nearby.
As a part of Laudholm’s National Estuarine Research Reserve, the entrance to the beach requires an admission fare. The beach doesn’t allow any pets but you can have a gala time all by yourself. Hike through the marshlands and swamps before reaching here. There are lots of bird nearby for which keeping a binocular is essential.
The 7-mile long sandy stretch is one of the clean beaches of the state. The iconic pier of the beach was constructed in the year 1898. It stands still, although with time the exterior has changed. The 150-meter long pier offers night clubs and souvenir shops. You can also try several festive foods while overlooking the sea.
The 3-mile long beach has soft sands and the wide space is ideal for a family vacation. The parking facilities, public washrooms all are available near the shoreline. To ensure the safety of tourists, there are proficient lifeguards and the weather forecast is always updated. Learning swimming here is also safe as the beach gradually slides down to the sea. The most exciting thing is there is a kite festival and a sand castle contest that is organized annually. While the former is scheduled in September, the latter happens in July. The nearby famous town includes Kittery, so driving through the beach is not a matter of problem if you happen to live there.
The busiest state parks of Maine, the Popham Beach State Park is near Freeport. The beach is a peninsula runs between Kennebec and Morse River. The landscape is good for hiking, picnicking, fishing and kayaking. The state park doesn’t allow dogs or any other pets during the summer months.
The beach has a crescent shape, justifying its name, looking towards the Atlantic Sea. People often come up here to have some quiet time all by themselves. It could be for cross-country skiing, hiking other than fishing and kayaking, the surrounding is just apt.
The private beach is connected to Ogunquit Beach and witnesses travelers throughout the year. You can take your four-legged friend out there. There is a paid parking space, but after 4 pm it becomes free for all. There are also some washrooms where you can get freshened up if required. The long walk towards the Ogunquit could be a stunning experience for you. The beach has some marvelous privately-owned cottages lined-up throughout.
The picturesque beach is known for its pebbles and the view that it offers. The pet-friendly beach doesn’t have any modern amenities like garbage disposal systems or public washrooms. So, to maintain the pristine beach, carry your own stuff and avoid littering the place.
Stretching over 4 acres of space, the beach has a nice view of the famous lighthouse known as Spring Point Ledge Light. Dogs are allowed to the beach from May to September. You can count on the ambiance of the beach if you are looking for an ambiance perfect for relaxing.
This beach is located to other nearby beaches like Parson’s beach which is private yet accessible for all. The basement of the beach is ideal for sitting on and have a quaint time. You can see the Goose Rocks, near mother’s beach.
The less disturbed beach is near to Pine point beach. If you are in search of such tranquil places to have some romantic time, then this scenic beauty is for you. The ambiance is also nice to start with where a day out with friends is a good idea.
Besides the beach vacation, there are a few more destinations like Lincolnville Beach, Jenkins Beach in Dedham. Don’t forget to visit the famous Acadia national park and sand beach. The list is not going to end, from Saco to Kennebuk, every place has a beach to bank on for holidays.
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