Mid Coast Maine Ocean Front Beaches & Lakes
Bath, Boothbay Harbor, Camden, Rockland, Brunswick, Belfast, Searsport Maine Public Beaches
Whatever your swimming or sunning preference, ocean beach or inland lakeshore or riverside, you’ll find plenty of great beaches and swimming areas in the Midcoast region of Maine. So, Hit the Beach… in Maine this Summer! Ask us about Maine beaches or share your Maine beach comments. To feature your business in Maine’s Internet Magazine, contact us.
Midcoast Maine Beaches & Public Swimming
The Kennebunk Inn, 45 Main Street, Kennebunk, ME 04043 | Ph: 207-985-3351.
If you are searching for an historic inn with affordable class and fabulous food in southern coastal Maine - The Kennebunk Inn is the place. Beautiful beaches, nature preserves, museums, galleries, antique shops, and more. We look forward to sharing our special place in the land of the pointed firs.
Thomas Point Beach
This is a 290 yd beach with sheltered swimming and play areas. Is a privately operated beach and can be reserved by groups.
Sandy Point Beach
Stockton Springs, ME
Picturesque pocket beach, 290 yds long between rocky headlands. Features unique sand of shell fragments. Partly closed in summer. No facilites and limited parking.
Popular swimming beach at summer colony. Limited parking.
Fine Sand Crescent Beach, 360 yds. Parking at nearby campground.
Birch Point Beach (Lucia Beach)
Ash Point, ME
Small pocket beach, rocky headlands, freshwater marsh. Limited Parking.
Popham Beach State Park
3- mile long expanse of sand at the mouth of the Kennebec River. Sandbar and tidal pools. Never crowded, often windy.
Reid State Park
1.5 miles of sand in 3 distinct beach sections. Choose from surf to protected swimming areas great for small children.
Pemaquid Beach State Park
Beautiful beach but often windy. If so, go to the more secluded but pebbly beach down the road a piece.
Barrett’s Cove Beach
Beaucaire Ave., off Rte. 52
Despite Camden’s heavy tourist traffic, life at the beach isn’t all that crowded, especially on weekdays. The lake temperature is warm by July, and shallow water at the modest sand beach is great for keeping an eye on children. There’s a grassy area nearby and picnic tables for lunch. There are portable bathrooms, but it’s a good idea to get into your swimsuit before you arrive.
Damariscotta Lake State Park
8 State Park Rd.
One of the most popular—and sometimes most crowded—day-use beaches in the Maine state park system (with approximately 30,000 visitors per year), Damariscotta Lake’s broad, flat, no-nonsense sandy beach provides a wide-angle view of the viridian Kennebec Valley. The soft sand and shallow water make it feel almost like the ocean. A shaded grassy area in the back is a great spot for an afternoon picnic or barbecue.
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