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York Beach

Doporučuje 12 místních ·

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June 3, 2019
North out of the driveway. You'll get there.
June 19, 2019
soft serve ice cream, games and beach side fun
April 19, 2019
Classic beach town replete with arcades, shops, restaurants, and a small carnival with a zoo!
January 11, 2020
This is a quaint area to shop, walk on the beach or go to the arcade. It has metered parking so if you just want to go to a beach for a short time this is a great option.
August 27, 2019
Following up on our popular article on York Beach, Maine, we decided to write a piece focusing specifically on the best Come enjoy this fun-filled, family-oriented summer resort town. While York Beach has myriad attractions that require an extended vacation or repeated day trips, we feel the…

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“Carl’s is a great butcher, but their subs and hamburgers are delicious and very reasonably priced. Call ahead and order if your on a time crunch, they make it all fresh to order. They also have an eclectic selection of beers. Located right next to Golden Harvest.”
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“beautiful spot, great lobster and all the trimmings. gets busy, go early evening”
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“Fort McClary is named after New Hampshire native Major Andrew McClary who died in the Battle of Bunker Hill during the Revolutionary War. For more than 275 years, Fort McClary stood to protect the approaches to the Piscataqua River at the southern gateway to Kittery, Maine. The Fort stands today as one of Maine's most important historic forts that preserves evidence of military history and the changes that took place in military architecture and technology. Visitors of Fort McClary are welcome to wander about the various structures seated high above the Piscataqua River. In particular, the hexagonal Blockhouse and caponier offer spectacular views of Portsmouth Harbor Light and Pepperell Cove. A 0.3 mile walking trail offers a bird's-eye view of the Magazine and a wooded passage to Fort McClary's picnic and playground facility across Route 103. The trail proceeds on to provide a relaxing stroll along the tidal waters of Barters Creek.”
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York, ME 03909