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Long Sands Beach York Beach
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in York Beach
With food choices across the street and plenty of places to park (either metered or lots for $10/$15/$20 dependent upon the day of the week) this is a terrific beach - one of the best in Maine!
Most times we would hang out on the beach for 3-4 hours, but it's also nice place to just park the car and walk along the beach.
Short Sands Beach York Beach
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in York Beach
It's got a fantastic Boardwalk with an adjacent park, making it handicap-accessible as well as a great place to take your dog for an evening stroll.
At the end of the beach is an arcade and there are many shops, ice cream shops and restaurants in walking distance from the beach as well as York's Wild Animal Kingdom/amusement park.
Mount Agamenticus
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in York
perfect getaway for a picnic, a blanket in the sun, a dog walk, or for the more adventurous HIKING! Park at the base and trek it up or since theres plenty of land to hike on, drive to the top, freee parking!
The best time to go during sunset, is magical, for photographers and enthusiastic a great opportunity to capture nature.
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Wiggly Bridge and Steedman Woods York Harbor
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in York Harbor
Wiggly bridge was a beautiful walk in a very cold day!So worth it though nice walk across the water to small island with nature trails.Water is crystal clear,I'm sure in warmer weather could really enjoy it
In the winter it's still easy enough to park just down the road then go for a walk across the bridge.
York's Wild Kingdom Zoo and Fun Park York Beach
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in York Beach
After your done the zoo if you purchased tickets to the little amusement park if your children are young it is designed for their enjoyment and their is a days worth of fun to have with them!
Camel/pony rides, as well as paddle boat fun join with the myriad of animals located within the Park.
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Perkins Cove Ogunquit 5.8 mi away
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ogunquit
Interesting shops, restaurants, cozy clam shack, easy walk to town or drive and park right there, beautiful sunsets and motels overlooking the area are available as well.
We have seen many Canadian and American National Parks, Caribbean locations, Hawaii and other scenic wonders but return to Perkins Cove yearly for mental sustenance.
Hartley Mason Reserve
#6 of 6 Nature & Parks in York
The park is well landscaped with ample spots for picturesque memories, walking paths, and tranquil seatings above the oceans edge.
This was a cute park across from where we ate lunch.
Ogunquit Beach District Ogunquit 6.3 mi away
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ogunquit
It is very difficult to park downtown, and parking at Perkins Cove and the beaches is expensive in the summer and on weekends in the fall and spring.
Established in 1923, the Ogunquit Beach District is maintained as a public park.
Ogunquit Beach Ogunquit 6.6 mi away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ogunquit
You can park at he the center of oqunquit for cheaper parking and take the trolley down to hr beach the difference in price is 10-5$ The beach is wide and expansive with tidal pools of warm water dotted throughout...
We set up beach chairs and enjoyed the October sun and quiet nature of the season.
Fort McClary State Park Kittery 6.4 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Kittery
Our first visit to Maine and was delighted with this park spectacular view and preserved history.
This is a beautiful small state park in Maine that covers many different conflicts throughout history from as early as the French and Indian war.
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Footbridge Beach Ogunquit 7.4 mi away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ogunquit
If you go by car, there's a spacious parking lot, where you'll park for a fee, but two other modes of access are better: either take the Ogunquit Trolley direct to the beach, or walk up from the town center on Rou...
You can walk from many of the hotels, take the trolley or pay to park your car at the beach.
Prescott Park Portsmouth, NH 8.0 mi away
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in Portsmouth
Spring, summer and fall, Prescott Park is a lovely in-town park where you can relax, see beautiful flowers, watch boats coming and going from the harbor.
However, my favorite feature of Prescott Park, which was bequeathed to the city by Josie and Mary Prescott for the purpose of provide a free and accessible waterfront park, is the area around the Liberty flag pole.
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Odiorne Point State Park Rye, NH 8.9 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Rye
For a nominal fee one can park, bike and walk along picturesque trails, benefit from traveling docents giving sealife lessons along the rocky shore, picnic and grill, relax in shade or sun, and see lots of unexpec...
Besides being very scenic, Ordione Point State Park is a park with many different habitats that include tide pools, rocky shore, a pebble beach, fresh water marsh, salt marsh, dense forest, open fields, a fresh wa...
Ogunquit Dog Park Ogunquit 6.0 mi away
#5 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ogunquit
While this is an excellent dog park and we love walking, it's a bit too far for a pleasant walk.
About 2 miles out of town, a great fenced in dog park along with a mile loop hike in the woods.