Located in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, Crescent Beach State Park is welcoming and instantaneously captivates you with the salty ocean air, wooded trails, and perfect crescent-shaped sandy beach. Bonus: it’s right next door to two other excellent State Parks.
Situated in Cape Elizabeth, Portland Headlight is surrounded by stunning rock formations upon which you can look out over Portland Harbor and Casco Bay as the waves crash in. The perfect spot for nature lovers to take a ride on a boat to capture the beauty of Maine.
Ferry Beach State Park is a fantastic location for family outings offering an astounding sandy beach, stunning nature trails, and beautiful picnic areas - a quiet place to relax if you want to dodge the crowds and stay away from the hustles of the neighboring beaches.
Nestled alongside the main drag in York Harbor, York Cliff Walk is a mile-long walk starting at the York Harbor Beach and ending on Millbury Lane. The York Cliff Walk gives us that much-needed sight and the salty smell of the North Atlantic ocean greeting the dominating granite cliffs of Maine.
Like a mother awaiting her sons return from sea, Fort Popham stands quietly guarding the entrance to shipbuilder’s most important city; Bath. Thirty-foot solid granite walls encompass the 36-gun emplaced fort on this small spirt of land. Explore the sweeping sandy beaches, granite cliffs and tidal pools at this strategic location on the coast of Southern Maine.
Littlejohn Island Preserve is an east coast island oasis reachable by car off of Cousins Island in the beautiful Casco Bay near Yarmouth. The boardwalk covered trails leads to the sea (as places often do in Maine), and private rocky beaches hidden from the stresses of everyday life.