Coffin Pond

Coffin Pond Closed for 2019 Season

Due to a statewide shortage of certified lifeguards and after a thorough search of all resources to identify possible lifeguard candidates resulting in a very poor response we are in the unfortunate position to announce the closure of Coffin Pond for the 2019 season. Although certain state park beaches are choosing to allow swimming at one's own risk, this option is not feasible for Coffin Pond. See a recent news video from WCSH6 pertaining to the shortage situation.

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Coffin pond is a facility that primarily caters to families with young children and as such permitting the facility to remain open without certified lifeguards to provide supervision is not an option. Lacking a filtration system, the pond also presents both water turbidity and visibility challenges making it that much more important to have trained certified lifeguards to oversee the public's use of the facility.

Features

Coffin Pond is located in a beautiful mature white pine forest in Brunswick, Maine. Bordered on the west by the River Road and on the east by the Androscoggin River, the area features:

  • Boy on Coffin Pond Slide55 Foot Water Slide
  • Concession Area
  • Parking
  • Picnic Area
  • Playground Area
  • Red Cross Certified Lifeguards
  • Red Cross Swim Lessons
  • Restrooms with Changing Facilities
  • Sandy Beach

Season Pass Fees

Resident

  • Family: $75
  • Individual Adult: $37.50
  • Individual Youth (12 and Under): $25
  • Senior Citizen: $25

Non-Resident

  • Family: $120
  • Individual Adult: $66
  • Individual Youth (12 and Under): $30
  • Senior Citizen: $37.50

Download the Season Pass Registration Form (PDF).

Daily Gate Fee

Resident

  • Adult (13 and Over): $4
  • Group Rate (50 People or More): $2.50
  • Youth (12 and Under): $3

Non-Resident

  • Adult (13 and Over): $6
  • Group Rate (50 People or More): $3.25
  • Youth (12 and Under): $3.75

Rules