"There's MORE than just the
Beach at Thomas Point!"
Open Mid-May thru September
9 AM 'til Sunset Daily
Park Fun Facts:
The Mill Stones located throughout the grounds are all authentic and from the State of Maine. There are ten on the property. These are part of the private collection of Harry and Marion Crooker and known to be the largest collection of millstones in existence.
The large yellow Steeple standing alone behind the Main Lodge came from the Saint Mary's Church in Bath, Maine. It is particularly nice because of it's Beehive Style design which is not done by builders of today.
The four faced Westminster Chime Clock located at the beachfront
chimes every 1/4 hour, when the chimes are on.
Very few of these clocks remain in the country.
Thomas Bay is one of the Largest Natural Clam Beds in the State of Maine.
Thomas Bay is also a Breeding Site for Horseshoe Crabs. These are one of the only known animals never to have changed since prehistoric times.
Thomas Bay was once used by the Indians for a Salting Bay. Hundreds of arrow heads and old salting stones are buried on the property.
The Totem Pole at the entrance gate was carved by the Alaskan Indians at the New York World’s Fair in 1964 when Alaska was first recognized as a state. It is made of one solid piece of Red Cedar and stand 35 feet tall.
The pole recieved a total restoration during the summer of 2011.
Three Handpainted, fiberglass Lighthouses are located throughout the Park. These were on display throughout the city of Portland during the summer of 2003 as a city-wide fundraiser.
The nest on the beachfront pole is the yearly home of Maine Osprey.
“The Maine Woods Band” was added to the collection of “Fun Stuff to see at TPB” during the 1998 Bluegrass Festival. Local Artist Tim Picket from Elliot, Maine sculpted one animal a year, during the festival, with a chainsaw. This is the only band of it’s kind in the world!
In 2006, Thomas Point Beach celebrated it’s 50th Anniversary year!
In 2008, our 2007 Thomas Point Beach Bluegrass Festival was awarded "The Event of the Year" by the International Bluegrass Music Association in Nashville, Tennessee.
Throughout the summer of 2011 the Park was "spruced up" with a brand new repaved roadway, 160 new picnic tables, freshly repainted rest rooms,
a restored beachfront and many beautiful regrooming features.
The Park has never looked better!
Many, many thanks to our loyal guests and devoted employees.
We think TPB is about the most Beautiful Place in Maine!
For Brochure or Detailed Information, Write:
Thomas Point Beach, Inc.
29 Meadow Road,
Brunswick, Maine 04011
or call (207) 725-6009 -or- Toll Free 1-877-TPB-4321
"The Cleanest and Prettiest Park in New England"