While a popular summer destination, I found the quieter winter scene at Kettle Cove in Cape Elizabeth especially beautiful during a recent visit. The sun gleaming off the water, a persistent patch of snow by the edge of the sand and an abandoned lobster trap make it a true Maine winter scene.
This was my first visit to the beach area at Kettle Cove, but my daughter and I did enjoy a delicious lunch at the Kettle Cove Creamery & Cafe a few summers ago which I blogged about here: Serendipity and Strawberries lead us to a stop at the Kettle Cove Creamery & Cafe. Unfortunately, it’s closed during the winter so we didn’t get to enjoy a second visit on this trip.
There is a three mile walk that loops from Kettle Cove to Cresent Beach and back that I’m hoping to hike this summer especially since Crescent Beach is another area I haven’t explored yet. As I blogged about in one of my earlier A to Z posts, C is for a Coastal Hike at Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park, coastal hikes are the best. They never disappoint.
The rocky coastline of Maine is one of the most interesting things about our beaches. There is so much to explore and it is all visually stunning.
Do you like to visit the beach during the winter?
I’m participating in a Blogging A-Z Challenge for April 2018. I will be posting new content every day this month except most Sundays. Each post is associated with a letter of the alphabet, starting with A and ending with Z. My theme for the challenge is Winters in Maine. To read more of my A to Z posts, click HERE.
|things to know|
|Address||Cape Elizabeth, Maine|
|Winter Scene||A Quiet Harbor|
|Website||Maine Beach Status and Data|
|Favorite ♥||Lobster Trap|