May 17, 2013
Just down the road from Knubble Bay is, in my opinion, one of Maine’s most delightful state parks. The beautiful drive to the park alone would be worth the effort, but once you get there you’ll find a near perfect blend of rocky coastline, sand beaches and trails that wind through the maritime forest that border the Little River. Don’t ignore this gem on stormy days either. If you think the weather might have you cabin bound for the day head down to Reid State Park for a hike. Stop by George Town Pottery on the way down then immerse yourself in the elements as you explore the park. It’s a quick trip back to the cabin and the warm stove if you need it. Cozy’s great but you’ve got to get out in the weather to appreciate it. Of course if your stuck with a sunny day, that’d work to.