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Reasons to Go the Beach While on Vacation in Brunswick, Maine

Reasons to Go the Beach While on Vacation in Brunswick, Maine

Going to the Beach in Brunswick, MaineDo you feel like going to the beach? Please! If there’s one thing that most people can agree on, it’s that they like going to a beach while on vacation. Isn’t it interesting that some people have a beach near them, but they’re willing to travel across the country or even the world just to get to… a different beach? There’s something special about “the beach” no matter where it is located. The beach is a state of mind. It does the soul well

What are some reasons to go to the beach while on vacation?

The Beach is Good for the Soul

First, as mentioned before, it’s good for your soul. Many people feel a spiritual connection to a higher power while at the beach. They feel like there’s a special energy there– and it’s a good place to connect with Mother Nature. Staring at the ocean can be mesmerizing. The way the waves come toward you? That’s almost mystical. It can also be quite calming. It’s no wonder so many people like to visit the beach: it brings people a sense of peace.

Fresh Air is Always a Plus

Do you appreciate fresh air? The beach has that! You won’t be stuck under fluorescent office lighting at the beach. Instead, nature’s beauty is the canvas brilliantly displayed before your eyes. If it’s a sunny day at the beach, it’s a bit like heaven on earth. And even a rainy day at the beach brings with it interesting discoveries and a hauntingly beautiful feel. A foggy day at a beach is memorable.

Fun Things to Do Near the Beach

Beach towns are usually fun touristy places to visit. There are cute little souvenir stores, places to get ice cream or a meal, as well as bars for beers, live music and more. Meanwhile, at the actual beach, there are several activities available, from swimming to jet skiing and then some.

Rest and Relaxation

Finally, a day at the beach is a great way to unwind from the stresses of life. At the beach you don’t have to check your phone. You don’t have to do household chores. And you can sleep, get a tan, throw a frisbee, look for shells, and/or admire the good looking people walking by– what’s not to like?!

When you stay at Travelers Inn, there are several beaches you might want to check out, including Boothbay Harbor beaches where you can collect rocks, Popham Beach State Park in Phippsburg where there’s a large sandy swimming beach, Reid State Park in Georgetown, known for Half Mile Beach and Mile Beach (and salt marshes/dunes/rocky coves), as well as nearby Thomas Point Beach in Brunswick– the “prettiest park in New England!”

When you stay at Travelers Inn, there are several beaches you might want to check out, including Boothbay Harbor beaches where you can collect rocks, Popham Beach State Park in Phippsburg where there’s a large sandy swimming beach, Reid State Park in Georgetown, known for Half Mile Beach and Mile Beach (and salt marshes/dunes/rocky coves), as well as nearby Thomas Point Beach in Brunswick– the “prettiest park in New England!”

Reasons to Go Antique Shopping on Vacation

Reasons to Go Antique Shopping on Vacation

When people go on vacation, it’s usually to get away from “the norm.” You know– seeing the same old people and places, all the time, right? So, on vacation, you’re away from home and you’re ready for something interesting– an adventure. One of the fun things to do while on vacation is to visit antique…

Reasons to Go on a Boat Tour

Reasons to Go on a Boat Tour

While you’re visiting Maine and staying at Travelers Inn in Brunswick, have you been looking for some interesting sights to see and things to do? How about taking a boat tour? The Benefits of Taking a Boat Tour Maine has miles and miles of shoreline/coastline and there are plenty of boat tours available within driving…

Museums to Visit Near Brunswick, Maine

Museums to Visit Near Brunswick, Maine

Pejepscot Historical Society Museum For some local history, visit the Pejepscot Historical Society Museum at 159 Park Row. Featuring rotating exhibits about the history of local towns Brunswick, Topsham and Harpswell, this museum will give you good insight into the history of this part of Maine. Open year-round, winter hours are Wednesday through Friday 10…

Lighthouses to Visit in New Brunswick, Maine

Lighthouses to Visit in New Brunswick, Maine

Many people who stay at Travelers Inn of Brunswick, Maine, come to Maine specifically to see lighthouses. Within a quick drive from Travelers Inn, there are a couple you should see! Lighthouses in New Brunswick One lighthouse in particular, the Doubling Point lighthouse, is about 13 miles to the east of Brunswick. Take Route 1…