Thomas Point Beach Park & Campground

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Thomas Point Beach Park & Campground

29 Meadows Rd
Brunswick, ME 04011
United States
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Opens: May 1
Closes: October 16


Beautiful Thomas Point Beach, just off Route 24 in Brunswick, has much more to offer than just a day in the sun! Thomas Point Beach offers individuals, families, and groups of all sizes, a variety of exciting summer happenings. Here you will find a clean, sandy beach on tidal water overlooking relaxing Thomas Bay.

There’s a large, safe Playground Area available for kids of all ages. Also featured are 85 acres of beautiful lawns and picnic groves with areas to play Volleyball, Softball, and your favorite summertime games. Camping is very popular for local residents as well as people from all over the world.

Thomas Point Beach is ready to accommodate Family Picnics, Company Outings of all sizes, Reunions, School field trips, Weddings and Receptions, Private and Public Events, as well as Sports and Camping enthusiasts.

Thomas Point is the perfect place for SPECIAL EVENTS of all kinds. We have been the home site for the annual Maine Highland Games, 35 years of our famous Bluegrass Festival (retired in 2008 and returned in 2011 as the TPB "Bluegrass Special"), The Maine Arts Festival, Car Shows, Craft Shows, Radio Station Parties, Special Olympics, the Circus, events of all kinds and sizes. We can accommodate crowds from 50 to 15,000 attendees. If you or someone you know is looking for the perfect venue; give us a call today.


In the interest of making your visit as enjoyable as possible, the following information is given to help you understand what standards are for camping in our Park. These Courtesies are designed to protect your family and your property as well as ours and that of others. In general, good common sense and consideration for others is all that is required and everyone will enjoy a relaxing stay.

  • To maintain peace and quiet, one of the features of camping at Thomas Point, we ask that all noise be kept to the very minimum after 10:00 PM.
  • For the sake of safety, we will not allow any swimming after 8:00 PM. Swimming after dark is dangerous and is not allowed. Swimming while the lifeguard is OFF Duty is done at your own risk.
  • Campfires are to be out by Midnight. DO NOT MOVE the fire rings. Please keep your fires low and make sure that they are out when you retire.
  • Please do not cut, debark, or drive nails, knives, axes or saws in any trees. You are free to take any dead, fallen wood for your fires.
  • Parents are asked to exercise control of their children’s conduct and will be responsible for any harm done by them. All children must be at their campsite by 10:00 PM. No children under 18 years of age may be left alone at the campsite overnight. Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult in the rest rooms at all times.
  • No Fireworks. No disruptive behavior is tolerated.
  • Please keep your campsite neat and clean. Garbage bags and rakes are available at the Main Lodge. Avoid unsightly clutter. NO Clotheslines, excessive toys, waste.
  • Visitors must leave the Park by 8:30 PM or registration fees will be charged.
  • QUIET HOURS are from 10:00 PM to 7:00 AM.
  • DO NOT wash clothes/dishes in the bathrooms or at the faucets. Please use outside sinks, only.
  • Any disturbing activities should be reported to the Main Lodge or call 725-6009, at once.
  • All "Camping Pets" must be under 25 pounds.This Pet size is strictly enforced. All Pets must be registered and NEVER left alone at any time. Dogs must be kept on a SHORT leash at all times. NO Barking. Only adults may walk pets in the designated walking area. Pets are never allowed in any public areas: the beachfront, playground, buildings, etc. Clean up after your pet immediately. Complaints will result in eviction and forfeiture of fees. Pets are not allowed during any Public Events.

Base rates ate $27 per night and $32 per night with electricity.  This includes 2 Adults, 2 Children, 1 Camping Unit and 1 Vehicle.  Additional Adults, Children, Vehicles, and Camping Units subject to additional charge.

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New England