Crescent Beach, Wells, Maine

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Off Route 1 in Wells take Mile Road or Eldridge Road (aka Eldredge R0ad – it’s debatable) to get to Crescent Beach.  Near the end of Mile Road take a right on to Webhannet Road, travel down until your see the small seawall with an entry way to the beach.  Parking is just beyond the beach entry, off Gold Ribbon Drive.  From Eldridge Road route, look for Webhannet Road, take a left on to Webhannet and follow down past the large seawall to the parking area at Gold Ribbon Drive. The beach entrance is just beyond.

No parking fee, no beach fee and no life guards. There are portable bathrooms available only at this beach.  No restaurants at Crescent Beach to eat so bring your cooler (no alcohol on any of our beaches is permitted).  You are pretty much on your own at Crescent Beach, and when the tide is high Crescent Beach is small (if at all).  When the tide is low it is great. This is a good place to get some sun and relax if you decide that you don’t want to pay to park.  This beach has fairly limited parking so check the tides and get there early.

 Crescent Beach, Wells, Maine


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