Beating the crowds at the seashore

Tourist season in northern New England doesn’t start until the July 4 holiday, and even then, the ocean is too cold for most swimmers. Of course, living in the region, much of June and September is prime beach time, if you want to be free of the mobs.

Just look at this, though I won’t tell you exactly where it is, only that it’s a state park and the high rises that seem to be sitting on the jetty are actually along Old Orchard Beach, Maine’s longest stretch of seaside sand and leading honky-tonk sunspot, all the way across Saco Bay.

 

2 thoughts on “Beating the crowds at the seashore

  1. I can’t get the photo to enlarge to be sure. but I know where that is. Just a short walk from where I vacation – assuming they ever open the border again.

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