Popham Beach State Park, Phippsburg

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Popham Beach State Park is a public recreation area covering 605 acres (245 ha) on the Atlantic Ocean in the town of Phippsburg, Sagadahoc County, Maine. It is the state's highest volume day use State Park. The state park occupies a dynamic shoreline landscape that has created a peninsula between the mouth of the Morse River and the Atkins Bay portion of the Kennebec River. The park is managed by the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry.

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  • We rented a beach cottage at the other end of Popham Beach from 10/2/21 until 10/9/21 (near Fort Popham), but visited Popham Beach State Park twice in the afternoon at low tide. Since I had read...  more »
  • I was at this beach 32 years ago and I still clearly remember what a beautiful, special place this is. The tidal pool is perfect for young children, and it's so cool how you can walk to the rocky...  more »
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  • Get there early for parking on hot/busy days, and go at lowish tide to walk across the sand bar to the little island. Restrooms and changing areas are available and well kept.
  • What a lovely beach, you pay a small entrance fee, but there's a big parking lot, changing rooms and toilets. Take a look at the tidal times! The Atlantic Sea is very cold.

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