Description - Located on Georgetown Island fourteen miles from Route 1 in Woolwich on Route 127, Reid State Park lies just below Josephine Newman Sanctuary, a dense swampland with ocean ledges. Reid State Park is enjoyed by bird watchers, photographers, swimmers and picnickers.
- Reid State Park offers 766 acres of ocean side enjoyment. The area sits on Georgetown Island's eastern tip with views of Sheepscot Bay. Sandy beaches, tall sand dunes, low lying marshes characterize the park.
Recreation - Visitors enjoy this park year-round. The ocean offers an opportunity for fishing and viewing wildlife in all seasons. Summertime offers swimmers a chance to enjoy the ocean or a unique opportunity to swim in a saltwater pond. Picnickers will find tables and grills overlooking the beautiful bay. A concession stand and showers are offered seasonally.
Climate - The summer vacation haven of Mid Coast Maine sees winter temperatures averaging above 18 degrees Fahrenheit (below -12 Celsius) and average summer temperatures above 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 Celsius). The Mid Coast Region receives on the average less than 38 inches (97 centimeters) of precipitation each year.
The park is located on Georgetown Island fourteen miles from Route 1 in Woolwich on Route 127.