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Pemaquid Beach - Bristol Parks and Recreation

Pemaquid Beach, a family beach in New Harbor, Maine

Our ADA compliant Boardwalk.

Pemaquid Beach, is a family beach in New Harbor, Maine. The Beach is owned by the Town of Bristol in midcoast Maine and, along with it’s "sister" park, the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park, is operated by the Bristol Parks Commission. Pemaquid beach boasts clean, clear water. The sand is groomed daily to ensure beach goers enjoy the cleanest beach setting possible. Our beautiful new Pavilion offers large changing rooms and, popular with the younger,beach goers, are the outdoor shower towers to rinse off little feet and legs. You will find a Beach Shop, stocked with beach chairs, boggie boards and umbrellas for rent. Our 6-foot wide ADA compliant boardwalk affords wheelchair access to the beach. Since 2003, the Parks Commission has been partnered with the Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust, formerly the Pemaquid Watershed Association, to offer a unique nature center called "Beachcombers' Rest". Located inside the beach pavilion, the nature center features exhibits and displays describing the ecology of the beach. Our brand-new pavilion features a covered eating area and our snack shack offers delicious meals. In addition, the facility is available for rent and we have a small kitchen, with stove, refrigerator and sink that you can use to supply refreshments to your guests. Email: bristolparks@tidewater.net Bristol Parks 1180 Bristol Road Bristol , Maine 04539 207-563-1800 bristolmaine.org Payments Accepted Cash or Check Only. • Hours Daily 8am-4:30,entrance fee per person: $5.00 (children 11 and under are free); Parking is free. Absolutely NO dogs/pets allowed on the beach grounds, ball field, or in your vehicle, so please leave your pet at home. Tour Buses: $75.00 (or $5.00 per person, whichever is less); Vans (up to 15 passengers): $30.00; School Buses: $30.00 (Chaperones in personal vehicles - 3 max vehicles accompanying bus are free); Bristol School Buses are free, summer vacation bus fee $60. During the Covid 19 epidemic we are still open, but with the following rules:

MASKS REQUIRED IN PAVILION AREA, RESTROOMS and BOARDWALK. MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING

  • Address 1180 Bristol Road
    Bristol , Maine 04539
  • Phone 207-677-2754
  • Website bristolparks.org
  • Payments Accepted Cash or check
  • Hours Hours Daily 8 am-4:30, June 15 through September 15. Entrance fee per person: $5.00 (children 11 and under are free); Parking is free. Absolutely NO dogs/pets allowed on the beach grounds, ball field, or in your vehicle, so please leave your pet at home. Tour Buses: $75.00 (or $5.00 per person, whichever is less); Vans (up to 15 passengers): $30.00; School Buses: $30.00 (Chaperones in personal vehicles - 3 max vehicles accompanying bus are free); Bristol School Buses are free, summer vacation bus fee $60.

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