The Reid State Park is a state park and recreation area in Georgetown, Maine. It is best known for being the first state owned saltwater beach in all of Maine.
Named after Walter E. Reid, a wealthy businessman and local resident who donated the land to the state to ensure its preservation forever, the Reid State Park is also noted for having naturally sandy beaches, which is quite unusual in Maine, as most of its coasts are rocky. It is also home to large sand dunes, which are really rare in the state. This allows visitors to easily enjoy beachcombing and swimming at the site.
Aside from these two, the Reid State Park is also ideal for bird watching, fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing, and wildlife viewing.