MidCoast Maine Beaches

June 23, 2015



Traveling up the coast of Maine, visitors will find everything from bold, rock outcrops on the water’s edge to long stretches of sandy beach.

For something close, visit Thompson’s Point Beach right here in Brunswick. Visit for the day and take advantage of the sandy beach, playground area for kids and 85 acres of extensive lawns that provide the perfect backdrop for a summer picnic. Visit the Tavern before you go and we’ll take care of your picnic lunch!

Journey through Harpswell to Bailey Island and you’ll be rewarded with a variety of options to soak up the sun: Mackeral Cove, Cedar Beach and Land’s End Beach.

Popham Beach State Park is expansive. With over 500 acres to explore, its long stretch of sand beach draw visits from up and down the coast. At low tide, it’s possible to reach nearby Fox Island – but be sure you’re back at the beach before the tide starts to come in!

Traveling through Georgetown will land you at Reid State Park – Maine’s first state-owned saltwater beach! From sunbathing to birdwatching, this spot offers it all.

Did we miss your favorite MidCoast beach? Let us know your top spot!