Ogunquit, ME

Ogunquit, Maine is a quintessential beach town that truly reflects the Maine state motto, “Vacationland!”

As soon as you step foot on the sandy shores of Ogunquit Beach, or stroll among the historic New England buildings and lobster boats at Perkins Cove, you’ll immediately feel a sense of pure relaxation take over.

Just over an hour north of Boston, a quick drive from Portland, Maine, and minutes from neighboring seaside towns of Kennebunkport and York, Ogunquit is a historic coastal town that boasts one of the sandiest natural beaches in southern Maine! With many charming inns and bed and breakfasts, Ogunquit is a perfect destination for a weekend getaway or a summer-long vacation.

Things to Do in Ogunquit, Maine

Begin your morning with a leisurely breakfast by the shore, or enjoy a smoothie bowl after morning yoga on the beach. Ease into the day with a stroll along the famous Marginal Way cliff walk before hitting the waves and breathing in the salt air and sea rose scents that waft through the town. Enjoy award-winning cuisine in vibrant outdoor settings, pop into locally-owned boutiques as the heat of the day starts to cool—and definitely don’t forget to enjoy your fair share of ice cream! What better way to end a sunny day at the beach?

Although Ogunquit’s main draw is the ocean and river that seamlessly blend into one another, this town also offers many activities from golf and surfing to musical theater, museums, and live music as the sun sets! While locals and tourists alike love summer at the beach, Ogunquit is alive and well year-round! From fall foliage and Halloween festivities to holiday shopping events and winter fun, Ogunquit always evokes a laid-back coastal vibe every month of the year!

MUST-SEES!

Marginal Way

Perkins Cove Drawbridge

Ogunquit River

Ogunquit Beach