On The Water

Brunswick Thomas Point Beach

Thomas Point Beach

Beautiful Thomas Point Beach has much more to offer than just a day in the sun. You will find a clean, sandy beach, large playground area for kids of all ages, 85 acres to play volleyball, softball, or your favorite summertime games. Thomas Point Beach can handle any special event like family reunions, picnics, company outings or wedding receptions. Come see why it is called “The cleanest and prettiest little park in New England”.
Brunswick Ogunquict Beach

Ogunquit Beach

One of the best known beaches in Maine, Ogunquit Beach stretches 3 miles long and covers the area near the Village of Ogunquit and the Ogunquit River. The Ogunquit Beach is a great place for families to play in the sand, explore the shoreline at low tide, and fly a kite in the summer heat. Are you interested in exploring the famous Marginal Way? It’s a 3 mile path that stretches along the Maine coast, featuring several opportunities to eat great Maine Lobster, explore local shopping, or take out a boat to explore the waterways.
Brunswick Old Orchard Beach

Old Orchard Beach

Old Orchard Beach is a town and census-designated place in York County, Maine, United States. The population was 8,624 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Portland−South Portland−Biddeford, Maine Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Brunswick Goose Rocks Beach

Goose Rocks Beach

For generations, families have been enjoying Goose Rocks Beach and its miles of white sandy beaches, stunning views of the Atlantic and the islands, harbor seals sunning themselves, and a place to soak up the sun. The Trust holdings include seven beachfront lots. Whether you come for vacation, are a summer resident, or live here year-round, Goose Rocks Beach becomes a special spot for all who experience it.
Brunswick Hermit Island

Hermit Island

When it comes to beaches, few states offer the same beauty that comes with a trip to Maine. With more miles of craggy coast than all of California, there are no shortage of areas from which to enjoy the (mostly frigid!) Atlantic waters. While you can explore the well-known beach areas easily, the best beach experiences come when doing a little bit of exploring. For something special, head to this “island” where campsites and beautiful sunsets go hand-in-hand. It just might be the most unique beach in Maine!
Brunswick Popham Beach

Popham Beach

Bordering the south side of the mouth of the Kennebec River, Popham Beach State Park is truly one of Maine’s rare geologic landforms. Sunbathers relaxing on Popham’s sands can see Fox and Wood islands offshore, and the Kennebec and Morse rivers border each end of the beach. Facilities include bathhouses, fresh-water solar rinse-off showers, and charcoal grills.

Brunswick Seaspray Kayaking

Seaspray Kayaking

Come explore the beauty of Sea Kayaking Midcoast Maine! Paddling alongside harbor seals, ospreys, eagles and a wide variety of other wildlife will create a relaxing and memorable experience for individuals, partners and families! We offer: Hourly, Daily, Multi-Day, and Weekly kayak rentals! Level I and II Instructional Courses Surf Kayaking Lessons, Stand Up Paddle Boarding, Kayak Fishing Classes, Kayak Rolling, Instruction, Family Pool Classes, or anything you can dream of. Let us help make your dream a reality!

Brunswick Reid State Park

Reid State Park

Reid State Park bears the distinct honor as being Maine’s first State-owned Saltwater Beach.  Today, thousands of visitors enjoy the park’s long, wide sand beaches like Mile and Half Mile, which are rare in Maine. Enjoyed as a recreational resource, the beaches are also essential nesting areas for endangered least terns and piping plovers and resting and feeding areas for other shorebirds.

From the top of Griffith Head, a rocky headland overlooking the park, visitors can view sweeping seascapes and spot the lighthouses on Seguin Island, The Cuckolds, and Hendricks Head. 

Brunswick Winslow Park

Winslow Park

Winslow Park and Campground offers 100 campsites and wooded trails with views of the Harbor and Casco Bay, rental picnic shelters for reunions, company picnics, weddings, etc., picnic tables, grills and a tidal beach, a boat launch for anything from trailered boats to canoes & kayaks, A Summer concert series with local bands.
Brunswick Lands End Beach

Lands End Beach

This is much of what I love about Maine. The rugged wilderness. The untamed Atlantic. A string of islands close to Harpswell’s shore made of shoal and sediment and sand—and perfumed by wild roses that somehow manage to take root. So, it should come as no surprise that the charming, ocean-swept Bailey’s Island makes an extraordinary destination. Learn why you might want to plan a day trip (or longer) to Bailey Island Maine with a visit to scenic “Land’s End,” too.