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Maine Beaches

 

Take a stroll through Ogunquit Beach
One of the best known beaches in Maine, Ogunquit Beach stretches 3 miles long and covers the area near the Village of Ogunquit and the Ogunquit River. The Ogunquit Beach is a great place for families to play in the sand, explore the low ties, and fly a kite in the summer heat. Are you interested in exploring the famous Marginal Way? It’s a 3 mile path that streteches along the Maine coast, featuring several opportunities to eat great Maine Lobster, explore local shopping, or take out a boat to explore the waterways.

Take your breath away at Popham Beach
Are you looking for one of the most pristine and untouched beaches in Maine? Popham Beach is where you should start your search; it’s one of the best kept secrets for locals and features excellent sandy beaches and lots of unique natural scenery to explore.

Bring the family to Old Orchard Beach
This beach features 7 miles of sandy Maine Coast line – its beaches flank the centrally located pier. Play at Camp Ellis or Pine Point, both offer quiet but exciting beaches for the family or a couple to experience. Enjoy a great pizza, excellent Maine beer, or wonderful Pier Fries. Your feet and your stomach wont forget the Old Orchard Beach.

Get the experience of Maine at Goose Rocks Beach
Goose Rocks beach is located in Kennebunkport and it’s much smaller than the other beaches in Maine but for that reason we recommend exploring this beach because you will be in a quiet environment. The Goose Rocks beach is part of a protected bay and features a great view of Timber Island.