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Maine beaches are gradually reopening
26 May 2020 (Edited )

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David|26 May 2020

Beaches at Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth - no parking, walk or bike in only - and at Wells (walking swimming, fishing, surfing but no sunbathing) were open Memorial Day weekend.

Public restrooms at beaches in York will be closed until 1 June.

Old Orchard Beach was open at the weekend "for walking only" - but many tourists ignored that rule. Also ignored was Maine's 14-day-quarantine requirement for visitors From Away; some explained that time didn't permit them to quarantine for 14 days as they were in Maine "only for the weekend"...

Police in several jurisdictions have said that they are for the most part relying on voluntary compliance and education - vice enforcement - of COVID-19 restrictions.

Coastal State Parks that are scheduled to reopen 1 June include:

  • Reid State Park
  • Popham Beach State Park
  • Fort Popham,
  • Fort Baldwin
  • Kettle Cove State Park
  • Two Lights State Park
  • Crescent Beach State Park
  • Scarborough Beach State Park
  • Ferry Beach State Park
  • Mackworth Island

David Boggs President/CEO ACRO Global|Publisher Tourism Marketer
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