The one thing I remember most from Summer vacations at Ogunquit, Maine was the white sand beaches. They were so white and clean that the sand squeaked when you walked on it. I never seen sand that clean anywhere else. I always remember Ogunquit, Maine as a place for summer fun. Today you can go to Ogunquit. Maine any time of the year and you will find good fun and adventure and the beauty and peace of the surroundings. If walks at sunset on the beach aren't your thing, never fear there is still plenty to do. In the Summer Ogunquit Playhouse has some marvelous entertainment. Or how about a walk along the cliff side Marginal Way with its awe inspiring views. Close by you can walk over the only foot drawbridge in America that traverses Perkins Cove. If you want to find the perfect gift or souvenir to remember Ogunquit, Maine by, there are many charming shops in this town of 1226 ( from the 2000 census ) as well as incredible places to dine from burgers to great seafood . When it is finally time to turn in for the night Ogunquit, Maine has lodging to suit anyone. There are charming bed and breakfast inn's, all the way up to hotels and motels. If you enjoy a more rustic place to lay your head Ogunquit, Maine also has camp grounds to stay as well. Ogunquit, Maine has been a resort and artist colony for years. You haven't visited Maine if you miss Ogunquit.
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Events in Ogunquit
8th Annual Christmas Ball with Make A Wish Maine
at The Old Village Inn