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Shirttail Point

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glorijane w wrote a review Jul 2018
North Waterboro, Maine277 contributions55 helpful votes
Who knew you could find a nice peaceful swimming hole not far from the hussle and touristy Camden main street traffic. This place is small but so worth the dip. The view is amazing just looking towards Mt Batty and I think some kind of dam. The water is shallow, there are a couple of mucky spots but you can avoid them. If you just want to float and enjoy the view this spot is for you. The only downfall is you have to avoid the duck poop. A great place to bring a canoe or kayak and you can go up river.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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blindcreek42 wrote a review Sep 2017
Petitcodiac, Canada482 contributions128 helpful votes
Not very big but couple of tables and the mill pond. Very pleasurable little stop to go for a bit and chill out. Bring the lunch you bought from just down the road.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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to-live-in-Europe wrote a review Aug 2017
Camden, Maine USA63 contributions62 helpful votes
Close to town, clean, flowing, river water from Lake Megunticook. A well-marked dam is located just downstream from the beach. Muddy bottom is pleasant and graduated for young ones and swimmers. Launch your kayak and head upstream to Molyneaux Road bridge and return in an easy 75-90 minutes R/T. Observe birds, turtles, new scenery around each bend. Depth varies from a few feet to 10 or 15' in a few places. With picnic tables, grill, port-o-potty. Parking for about 15-20 cars. Pleasant spot to relax.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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STP wrote a review Apr 2017
154 contributions43 helpful votes
Small swimming area park tha tcan be over-crowded but usually by Canadians...geese tha tis. So many they often have to prohibit swimming because of goose poop. That can also ruin the pinic tables. When the the geese aren't around it's a nice spot for a swim and/or picnic.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Sonia T wrote a review Jun 2016
Nova Scotia South Shore, Canada489 contributions136 helpful votes
We've been going here for years but parking can be a challenge in the summertime. The "beach" gets really crowded with young children and families and teenagers. If you choose a day when it's a bit overcast, you'll have better luck parking and less crowds. Otherwise, a nice spot.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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