Bailey Island Bridge Beach


The Bailey Island Bridge Beach is a lovely beach in Maine. The beach is located at the northern end of Bailey Island Bridge and can be found right off Harpswell Island Road. From the beach, spectacular views of Garrison Cove and the Merriconeag Sound in Casco Bay can be had. Visitors will often be able to see dozens of fishing boats and recreational vessels from the beach. The Orr’s-Bailey Yacht Club is also located just a few hundred feet from the rocky beach which adds to the energy of the cove in the summer months. There are several parking spots for the beach and it stretches a few hundred feet.

About three miles from the beach is Basin Point in South Harpswell. It is another excellent spot to explore. You can find hundreds of more great spots to explore in Maine by viewing the GoXplr Maine Map at!


Beach Specs

  • Type: Ocean (rocky)
  • Length: A few hundred feet
  • Waves: Gentle surf
  • Popularity: Low
  • Key features: Lowkey beach with no amenities, just beautiful views!


  • Address: Harpswell Islands Rd
  • Town: Bailey Island
  • State: Maine
  • GPS: Lat 43.75035 Lng -69.98739
  • Parking notes: There are several parking spots located right at the beach. Parking is free.
  • Parking directions: HERE
  • Location directions: HERE


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