Reid State Park
|Reid State Park|
|Maine State Park|
|Elevation||59 ft (18 m) |
|Area||610 acres (247 ha)|
|Management||Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry|
|IUCN category||V - Protected Landscape/Seascape|
|Website: Reid State Park|
Reid State Park is a state park on Georgetown Island, in Sagadahoc County, Maine. The park's sandy beaches contrast with the usually rocky coast of Maine. Conditions allow for swimming during the summer months, with a natural inlet providing warmer and quieter waters. The park has picnic areas and a bathhouse.
The land in the park was given to the people of Maine in 1946 by Walter Reid, a native of Georgetown who made his fortune in shipping.
- Reid State Park Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry
- Reid State Park Map Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry
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