Biddeford Pool Beach – Two mile sandy beach with gentle surf. Sticker required from Biddeford Town Hall. Bathhouse and Lifeguard.
Fortune’s Rocks Beach – Small sandy beach. Lifeguards. Parking Fee.
Ferry Beach State Park – Sheltered from wind, natural sand dunes. Facilities, picnic area and nature trails.
Kennebunk/Kennebunkport: Kennebunk/Kennebunkport Beach Parking Stickers available at Chamber of Commerce, Town Hall and Police Station.
Mother’s Beach – Short sandy section of perfect sand beach which is well protected. Playground. Stickers required, available at Town Hall. No facilities. Lifeguard on duty.
Gooch’s Beach – Largest part of Kennebunk Beach, along Beach Avenue, with talcum powder sand. Parking sticker required, available at Town Hall. No snack bar. Portable toilets. Lifeguards.
Middle Beach – Rocky section of Kennebunk Beach between Mother’s and Gooch’s with pretty black stones. Sticker also required.
Colony Beach – At the mouth of the Kennebunk River lies this 150-foot beach. Limited parking. No lifeguard.
Cleaves Cove Beach – Secluded and scenic beach off Ocean Avenue. No parking. No facilities. No lifeguards.
Goose Rocks Beach – Very soft sand, great for walking. Scenic and beautiful. Parking sticker required or trolley access. No facilities or lifeguard.
Old Orchard Beach
Old Orchard Beach – Voted Maine’s #1 beach every year by Maine’s largest newspaper. Seven miles of great sand, amusement parks, food and games. Metered street parking and several lots. Lifeguards on duty.
Pine Point Beach – The northern section of Old Orchard Beach, crosses over into the town of Scarborough. This section of beach is very wide in all tides, quiet and offers a huge of public parking area for a reasonable fee.
Scarborough Beach State Park – Off Rt 207 a large stretch of sand on Prouts Neck.
Crescent Beach State Park – 8 miles south of Portland. 1-mile of beautiful sand.
Higgins Beach – Off Rt 77 a large stretch of sand with little parking.