East Coast Surfing: Long Sands Beach York Maine
York Beach Maine residents recently voted Yes on #23 and by doing so made history – making Long Sands beach more accessible to surfers. The move allows for a new surf zone, a long waited relief for local surfers. Ask us about ME Surfing or share your Maine comments. To feature your business in Maine’s Internet Magazine, contact us.
East Coast Surfing: Maine’s Long Sands Beach
Surfers can now surf a wider section of Longsands Beach. Longsands is becoming increasely popular as a surfing destination. It’s a short walk from the road to the oceans edge and the surf is usually pretty good – especially on stormy days.
Check our new Water Condtion surf reports or live Maine Weather Maps for more information.
Long Sands Beach
A 1.5 mile sandy beach with metered parallel parking along its entire length. Surfing allowed in designated areas. Handicap accessible beach with ramps and public restrooms. Raft and beach umbrella rentals. Trolley service available. Shops and food within walking distance. Lifeguards are on duty from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Views of Hubble Light and Boone Lighthouse. Check out the local resorts, York inns, hotels and restaurants.
Some other great spots to catch a ride in Maine are Scarborough Beach, Kennebunk Beach, Higgins Beach, Goose Rocks and Ogunquit Rivermouth. To the North try out Crescent Beach, Pemaquid Point, Popham Beach and Hermits.
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