Cobscook Bay State Park is a Maine state park surrounded on three sides by the salt waters of Cobscook Bay. It is located of U.S. Route 1 approximately south of Dennysville and north of Whiting. The park contains of land and provides magnificent views of the ebb and flow of the tides. The name Cobscook is a Maliseet-Passamaquoddy word for boiling tides. Tides on average rises to 24ft high with some reaching as high as 28ft. The park is a haven for bird watching with the park’s over 200 species of birds, including the American bald eagle. In Whiting Bay visitors can dig to gather clams, for the park is the only state park that allows visitors to engage in clamming. Cunningham Mountain provides an excellent vantage point for watching sunrise.