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Clamming at Reid State Park

  • Reid State Park 375 Seguinland Road Georgetown, ME, 04548 United States (map)
Fun for all ages!

Fun for all ages!

Tuesday, July 9 from 10am to 12pm

A favorite summer exploration, come traverse the softshell clam flats of Reid State Park with KELT and Georgetown’s Shellfish Warden and dig a clam or a dozen. This event is great for kids!

No clam digging license is needed to dig a peck of clams from the sandy flats near Todds Point. Adults and children alike will enjoy the scenery and hunting for softshell clams and other tidal creatures. Participants will learn about the local clam digging industry and discover the importance of clean water to the clams and the harvesters that dig them.

The program offered by KELT is free and open to the public. Participants will need to pay the state park entrance fee. This is a rain or shine event, and registration is strongly encouraged, using the Google Form below.

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