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Odiorne Point State Park

181 Reviews

Odiorne Point State Park

181 Reviews
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JessieB112277 wrote a review Dec 2020
New Paltz, New York91 contributions76 helpful votes
This was a last minute decision to check out this park and so we were a bit limited on daylight. The map we had was not very good, and the trails are not really marked at all. But it is beautiful, there are sections along the rocky shore with tons of gorgeous rocks and shells. The pathways (not along the shore) are easy and wide, good place to bring kids, especially once the learning center is reopened. There is a playground which I also believe is currently off limits due to Covid.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Roving717012 wrote a review Oct 2020
Northborough, Massachusetts5 contributions
Took my grand kids and other family members here several times this summer. We booked on parking online as requested and paid our fees. No problems. Easy check-in and great fishing along the sandy beach. We arrived early in the mornings and staked out our picnic area and started to fish. By 2PM, boaters started to arrive at the beach and basically took over areas of the beach. Now mind you, they didn't pay and there are no dogs allowed, but they brought them ashore anyway. One of the dogs started chasing my grandson! The boaters pulled up within 4 ft of me. At the end of the afternoon, there was 8 boats, 4 dogs and about 20 adults...all from the boaters. Rude and did not not care if they went over your fishing line. There is no policing of the beach! So be ware of the village idiots that come a shore!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Bill C wrote a review Mar 2020
Port Maitland, Canada390 contributions97 helpful votes
David Thompson and Amias Cole were my 11 G Grandparents, so this one has special meaning, but a great little park. We saw the location of the original settlement, the family cemetery behind the barn and the modern memorial set in the park along the shore. Super historical spot.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jules B wrote a review Oct 2019
Nashville, Tennessee381 contributions96 helpful votes
My husband and I visited the park on an overcast, windy fall day in Oct. so my rating is not as high as others. Walking the beach was not appealing because of the weather and we didn't want to pay admission to the science center so not much to do ($4 to park but I can't remember fee for science center). It would be a nice place to take small children so they can get out and run around and explore. Otherwise, nothing super special about this spot for me.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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fredc392017 wrote a review Oct 2019
Ipswich, Massachusetts143 contributions21 helpful votes
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We stopped here on Tuesday on a cool fall day. The walk along the shore line was very invigorating and cool due to the breeze off the water. We walked some of the trails and when you got out of the breeze it was very pleasant.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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