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Peacock Beach State Park

Home > Places > Peacock Beach, Maine


Peacock Beach is located off Route 201 in Richmond, Maine.  It is a small state park located along the edge of Pleasant Pond that is now managed by the Town of Richmond.  There are picnic tables, grassy areas, rest room facilities, plenty of parking, a small beach, and a swimming area.  It is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. There is a small admittance fee.

Contact Info for Town of Richmond:
(207) 737-4305


Information on Peacock Beach State Park

Peacock Beach - Town of Richmond
www.richmondmaine.com/peacock-beach.aspx

Peacock Beach State Park by Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peacock_Beach_State_Park

View maps for location of Peacock Beach State Park by StateParks.com.
https://www.stateparks.com/peacock_beach.html

GoingOutside.com.  Info on Peacock Beach State Park.

Weather.  At Peacock Beach State Park (Richmond, Maine) by Weather.com.

 


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Kayak Man

Peacock Beach State Park entrance sign

Fisherman

Peacock Beach State Park Maine picnic area

Picnic area at Peacock Beach State Park in Maine

Peacock Beach State Park water view

 



 



 

Peacock Beach State Park walking bridge

Peacock Beach State Park picnic table on water

 

 


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