Ferry Beach State Park is a state-protected area in Maine.


It is a state-operated, public recreation area in Saco, York County, Maine. The park occupies 117 acres (47 ha) on Saco Bay north of the mouth of the Saco River. The park includes sandy Atlantic Ocean beaches, inland hiking trails and a nature center. The inland portion of the park is noted for its pocket swamp and tupelo trees found at the northern limit of the species's range.

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