The wildlife-rich waters of Cobscook Bay surround this 888-acre park on three sides, providing opportunities to watch birds and observe the tides. Cobscook, the Maliseet-Passamaquoddy tribal word for “boiling tides,” aptly describes this setting where the tidal range averages 24 feet and can reach 28 feet (compared to a 9-foot average tide along Maine’s southernmost coast). Activities include camping, boating, bird-watching, beach-combing, canoeing, sea kayaking, hiking and clamming (in season, if no red tide warnings are posted).

Opening Hours

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Park open May 15 through October 15, with year-round trail access. Shorebird migration peaks in late August/early September.

Address

Our Address:

40 South Edmunds Road Edmunds, Maine 04628

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