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Explore Things to Do in Ogunquit

Just over an hour drive from Boston, our community offers plenty for visitors to see and do.

Take a long stroll along Ogunquit Beach, rated among the best beaches in the U.S. on several occasions and a winner of TripAdvisor’s 2013 Travelers' Choice Award.  Learn about the past at historic sites and museums, and indulge in the present at several shopping districts and cultural centers. There’s more to southern Maine than first meets the eye!

Conveniently located along Main Street, the Ogunquit Trolley stops diagonally across the street from us as well as just south of us on our same side of the street. 

Consider taking the trolley, walking or driving to these popular things to do:

  • Ogunquit Village
  • Perkins Cove
  • Marginal Way
  • Shopping outlets (Kittery Outlet Stores, Fox Run Mall)
  • Kennebunkport (President Bush’s summer home)
  • Golf courses and miniature golf
  • Nubble Lighthouse
  • Portland Head Lighthouse
  • Laudholm Farm
  • Ogunquit Museum of Modern Art
  • Ogunquit Playhouse
  • Mount Agamenticus
  • Wells Beach
  • Cape Neddick Golf Course
  • Cape Arundel Golf Course
  • York Wild Animal Park
  • St. Mary’s Catholic Church
  • York County Community College

Whether you’re a veteran of The Lobster Trail or about to travel to Maine for the first time, there are also plenty of local eateries and bars scattered throughout the area.

At high tide, take your adventure a step further and borrow one of our complimentary rowboats to cross from our property Ogunquit Beach, or rent a kayak and paddle around. Find out more about on-site amenities, activities and things to do at Ogunquit Tides in Ogunquit.