Rogue Bluffs State Park, Maine

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Rogue Bluffs State Park

Roque Bluffs State Park of Maine rests on 274 acres along the extraordinary pebble coastline of Englishman Bay. The Park has a freshwater pond that is open to the public seasonally for swimming. Roque Bluffs State Park is a day use area that has great sandy beaches and dramatic cliffs lining the ocean coast. Read More

Roque Bluffs State Park is a wonderful secluded park that lies between Great Cove and the Little Kennebec Bay in Maine. It is a seasonal park – meaning that it is open during the summer months. Here you can enjoy both saltwater and freshwater swimming, take a leisurely stroll along the beach and discover the minute species of maritime life that cling to the rocks along the coast. You might come upon rounded gray rocks and/or water sculptured ocean glass. In addition, there are picnic areas with tables, grills, and a children's playground. Fishing is allowed and there is a boat launch.

Not far from the Park is Libby Lighthouse. This historic lighthouse was built in 1817 and continues to shine a beacon of light out to sea. The temperatures here are mild even in the summer and there is significant rainfall.

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