Goose Rocks

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This article is about a resort. For the lighthouse, see Goose Rocks Light.

Goose Rocks Beach (formerly known as "Beachwood"), is a coastal village located in the town of Kennebunkport, Maine USA, bordered by Cape Porpoise, Maine (another neighborhood of Kennebunkport) to the South, and Granite Point (a coastal neighborhood of Biddeford, Maine ) to the North. The village is inhabited mainly by summer residents from surrounding states and Canadian Provinces. The Little River, which forms a border between Kennebunkport and Biddeford, empties into Goosefare Bay, the body of water that faces Goose Rocks Beach. Goose Rocks is unofficially bounded by the Batsun River to the south-west, Route 9 to the north-west, and the Little River to the north-east. In 2009 Goose Rocks Beach was the subject of a recent lawsuit in which multiple beach-front property owners filed against the town of Kennebunkport, claiming that they owned the beach in front of their homes up to the high tide water line. town.[1] Goose Rocks Beach was the site of the O'Hara Watercolor School run by American watercolor painter Eliot O'Hara from 1930 to 1947. The school and many other buildings burned down in the Great Fires of 1947.

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Coordinates: 43°23′56.0″N 70°24′38.0″W / 43.398889°N 70.410556°W / 43.398889; -70.410556