An article on the peaceful and relatively unknown Cobscook Bay State Park in Whi
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An article on the peaceful and relatively unknown Cobscook Bay State Park in Whiting, just south of Eastport. The park leases its 868 acres from Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, where a wide array of birds and animals are found. Dynamic tides, the highest in the nation, have sculpted channels in the bay, and water surrounds the park on three sides. The park's shores are one of the only areas in the state where a recreational clammer can dig without a permit. The beauty of the park, its large campsites, thoughtful design, and the fact that it is rarely filled bring back repeat visitors each year.
Cobscook Bay State Park Whiting, State parks and reserves
Vietze, Andrew, "An article on the peaceful and relatively unknown Cobscook Bay State Park in Whi" (1996). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 1830.
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