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Parki i przyroda w: Southern Maine Coast

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Beach
“Another great beach for surfers and boogie boarders! This one also includes the cliff walk which is simply stunning, although a bit challenging for those who are unsteady on their feet. ”
  • Poleca 42 lokalnych gospodarzy
Park
“Home of the wonderful Prescott Park Arts Festival....music, shows, and a large green lawn for your chair or blanket.”
  • Poleca 28 lokalnych gospodarzy
Park
“One of the most remarkable summer venues on the east coast. Why? Its a park on the water. Its top quality acts are seen by voluntary donation. Its big enough to feature superb and eclectic artists and small enough to feel like you really saw them. There are also films and a musical that runs the season. Get there early and lay down a blanket to reserve your spot or "rent a spot"- the website explains how. ”
  • Poleca 29 lokalnych gospodarzy
Nature Preserve
“This refuge was established to protect valuable salt marshes and estuaries for migratory birds. Bring your binoculars for the 1-mile loop that meanders along the water’s edge. Entrance is free, donations appreciated. There is limited parking, picnic tables and restrooms.”
  • Poleca 15 lokalnych gospodarzy
Park
“Fort McClary is named after New Hampshire native Major Andrew McClary who died in the Battle of Bunker Hill during the Revolutionary War. For more than 275 years, Fort McClary stood to protect the approaches to the Piscataqua River at the southern gateway to Kittery, Maine. The Fort stands today as one of Maine's most important historic forts that preserves evidence of military history and the changes that took place in military architecture and technology. Visitors of Fort McClary are welcome to wander about the various structures seated high above the Piscataqua River. In particular, the hexagonal Blockhouse and caponier offer spectacular views of Portsmouth Harbor Light and Pepperell Cove. A 0.3 mile walking trail offers a bird's-eye view of the Magazine and a wooded passage to Fort McClary's picnic and playground facility across Route 103. The trail proceeds on to provide a relaxing stroll along the tidal waters of Barters Creek.”
  • Poleca 14 lokalnych gospodarzy
Park
“Located on Gerrish Island in Kittery Point, Fort Foster offers three small but sandy beaches, an extensive trail system, restroom facilities in season, picnic areas, and old military fortifications to explore. The park features an excellent view of the entrance to Portsmouth Harbor, including Whaleback Light, Portsmouth Harbor Light, and Fort Constitution. Hours: Dawn to dusk for pedestrians; gates open 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Cost:$20 per vehicle; pedestrians or bicyclists $5 adults/$1 under 12”
  • Poleca 14 lokalnych gospodarzy
Park
“Beautiful, historic area of Portland. Great to stroll and enjoy the architecture!”
  • Poleca 17 lokalnych gospodarzy
Park
“Take a walk or go for a jog in Portland's beautiful, quiet West End neighborhood capped off by the Western Promenade overlooking the working waterfront. The West End has been called one of the best preserved Victorian neighborhoods in the country.”
  • Poleca 15 lokalnych gospodarzy

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Playground
  • Poleca 3 lokalnych gospodarzy
Playground

Plaże

Beach
“Another great beach for surfers and boogie boarders! This one also includes the cliff walk which is simply stunning, although a bit challenging for those who are unsteady on their feet. ”
  • Poleca 42 lokalnych gospodarzy
Lighthouse
“I believe this is the most photographed lighthouse in Maine. It is a picturesque light house. It's a reasonable walk or a short ride from Long or Short Sands beach. It sits on a little island or "nub" at the end of Cape Neddick and thats how it gets it's name.”
  • Poleca 21 lokalnych gospodarzy
Surf Spot
“nice beach time at any of the parking areas. North Beach, Footbridge Beach and Ogunquit Village Beach. Free parking at North Beach and Footbridge Beach after 4:00 pm. $25 daily day parking.”
  • Poleca 15 lokalnych gospodarzy
Beach
“Come and enjoy Well's beach., Come here to see the sunrise and this particular beach has the perfect horizon to see just that. The beach is also dog friendly between specific hours which is great when traveling with pets. There are always plenty of seashells and pretty rocks on the shore to collect during a nice long walk on the beach. If you're lucky, you might even see a porpoise”
  • Poleca 3 lokalnych gospodarzy
Beach
“This is "the beach". There is metered parking which is meticulously monitored by York's finest. ;) There are restaurants and shops along the beach. ”
  • Poleca 10 lokalnych gospodarzy
Beach
“Wonderful for dogs (before 10 AM and after 5 PM) and families. Parking is not a problem, and is available in small lots at the side of the road as you get close to the beach - permit parking is required right at the beach.”
  • Poleca 7 lokalnych gospodarzy
Beach
“This is one of the largest beaches nearby. Parking passes are purchased through on street kiosks. Be there early to get your parking spot. There are restrooms. Mother's Beach, has a play area for children with swingsets and slides. ”
  • Poleca 5 lokalnych gospodarzy
Przystań/Marina
“Nice place to have a bite, walk on the Marginal Way Trail, and do some shopping. Very scenic. Only a 7 minute drive away. ”
  • Poleca 8 lokalnych gospodarzy

Szlaki

Trail
“A picturesque coastal walking path that connects Perkins Cove and downtown Ogunquit. ”
  • Poleca 34 lokalnych gospodarzy
Trail
“Walk or ride your bike along the trail. To get to the trail head, go to the end of the driveway, turn left and walk up North Street a short distance. Cross North Street over to Nott Street and you are now on the Eastern Trail. Follow the Eastern Trail signs to the wooded trail behind historic Thornton Academy. After approximately 1 mile, the trail will hit Main Street. Follow the trail signs under the 195 bridge and you will arrive at a long wooded section of the trail that will take you to Old Orchard Beach, Scarborough, and even Portland if you have the endurance. ”
  • Poleca 8 lokalnych gospodarzy
Trail
“7 miles of trails that take you between forests, fields, estuary, the beach and back again. Great spot for seeing wildlife! Activities and tours available. ”
  • Poleca 5 lokalnych gospodarzy
Wybieg dla psów
“Bike path 5.6 miles from Scarborough town line through South Portland and you can make your way over the Casco Bay Bridge to Portland. ”
  • Poleca 10 lokalnych gospodarzy
Trail
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Trail
“This is a wonderful trail for biking and walking. This trail goes all the way to kennebunk. It goes through the Scarborough marsh where you can bird watch. We bike ride this trail to pine point road then to pine point beach. ”
  • Poleca 3 lokalnych gospodarzy
Wybieg dla psów