About the area:

Located between Ogunquit and York, you can enjoy the best of both worlds. Enjoy beautiful seascapes along Ogunquit’s fabulous Marginal Way with its meandering path nearly 1.5 miles along the shore; after your walk or a day at wonderful, sandy Ogunquit Beach, there are lots of restaurants to please anyone’s palate as well as shops, art studios and museums to explore. And don’t forget to explore charming Perkins Cove and watch the lobster boats or go on a scenic boat ride down the coast. Ogunquit is a great place to park your car and simply walk everywhere. Explore York’s historic buildings, enjoy a round of golf on one of several golf courses and so much more when you head south to York Village. Stroll along York’s Cliff Walk or Fisherman’s Walk and then over the popular Wiggly Bridge into Steedman Woods or watch the lobstermen unload their cargo at the dock, and there are plenty of places to go to enjoy their wares. Several sandy beaches are popular destinations, as is York Beach with its arcade, shops and York’s Wild Kingdom, a small, family-oriented zoo and amusement park. Not to be missed is the much photographed Nubble Lighthouse! Last but not least, enjoy fishing and boating from York Harbor or a quick trip to Portsmouth, NH, just a few miles away.