A small park on the ocean with picnic tables and pavilion. We were here at low tide so there was a medium sized beach area, mix of sand and large boulders. It looks like during high tide the beach may disappear or become very small, however there is plenty of grass and picnic table right by the water. Also big rock areas with tidal pools. Lots of crabs and beach life to observe. At high tide the water goes up the retaining wall about 6 to 8 feet and we were told people apparently jump off the retaining wall into the water a foot or two below. Water is a really clear blue green. Pretty views of houses on a cliff with docks and boats, and ocean rock outcroppings in the distance.
There is no fee, restrooms and parking is across the road in the parking lot. We didn’t see a lifeguard and is a half mile away from the scenic town of Boothbay Harbor.
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- +43 50.950, -069 37.084