Roque Bluffs State Park is a public recreation area on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in the town of Roque Bluffs, Washington County, Maine. The 274acre state park overlooks Englishman Bay from Schoppee Point and includes 60acre Simpson Pond and six miles of walking trails. Visitors can inspect glacial striations attesting to the Ice Age history of the Maine coast. The park is managed by the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry.In the newsIn July 2013, two women, one from nearby Machias and the other visiting from Pennsylvania, drowned after driving off a boat ramp in the park during high tide and inclement weather. The women had been rescued earlier in the day after getting lost while hiking in the fog.