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Ogunquit, ME
(range: < 1 mile)
Finestkind Scenic Cruises, located in picturesque Perkins Cove, has everything you need for an excursion along Ogunquit’s shore. Learn about lobstering and see lobsters caught on board the Finestkind I, take a scenic coastal cruise to the Nubble Lighthouse in York, or a leisurely cocktail cruise in the evening aboard the Finestkind III. (This excerpt taken from the Finestkind Scenic Cruises website)
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Ogunquit, ME
(range: < 1 mile)
The Ogunquit Heritage Museum is an institution that collects, preserves and exhibits items and documents related to Ogunquit’s heritage. Its home is the Captain James Winn House which is an 18th century cape nestled in the Dorothea Jacob Grant Common, a lovely park with large open areas and winding paths and wooded areas. (This excerpt taken from the Ogunquit Heritage Museum website)
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Ogunquit, ME
(range: < 1 mile)
Building upon a legacy of leadership in American theatre, the Ogunquit Playhouse produces world-class performances, cultivates new works for the stage, and preserves an iconic and historic playhouse for future generations. (This excerpt taken from the Ogunquit Playhouse website)
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Ogunquit, ME
(range: 1 mile)
We believe CNCC offers every level of golfer a challenge to every shot and club in the bag. We have a full practice facility with driving range and two USGA spec putting greens. Our Golf Professionals offer private lessons, clinics, as well as full club fitting and club repair on site. Our staff is inviting, friendly and helpful, and our food and drinks are fun and delicious. (This excerpt taken from the Cape Neddick County Club website)
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Ogunquit, ME
(range: 1 mile)
Celebrating its artistic heritage and origins in Ogunquit's art colonies, the Ogunquit Museum of American Art engages and educates a diverse audience by acquiring, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting American art. (This excerpt taken from the Ogunquit Museum of American Art website)
The Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region consists of more than 10,000 acres and is located within an additional 30,000 acre expanse of conservation land in southern Maine. This land is comprised of a rich and unique coastal forest that supports the highest diversity of animal and plant species in all of Maine. The mountain and the surrounding area provide residents with an ideal location for hiking, biking and sightseeing. While most of Southern Maine is heavily developed, this stretch of conservation land is a natural treasure that will be preserved for the enjoyment of generations to come. (This excerpt taken from the Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region website)
A family oriented zoo and amusement park conveniently located in York Beach, Maine. With a large number of beautifully landscaped animal exhibits; numerous rides for all ages plus food and ice cream stands, gift shops and so much more, families always enjoy a full day of fun here. (This excerpt taken from the Yorks Wild Kingdom website)
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York, ME
(range: 5 miles)
In colonial days mariner traffic was important to the commerce of the area. Knowing that Maine’s rocky coast was very dangerous to those mariners and their livelihood, the Citizens petitioned the United States Government for a lighthouse. In 1874 President Rutherford B. Hayes appropriated the sum of $15,000 to build a lighthouse on this “Nub” of land. On July 1, 1879 construction was completed on what, at the time, was known as the Knubble Lighthouse with a 4th order light began to protect our men and women on the sea. The men and women serving in the Lighthouse Service were the first guardians who provided great care for the light and its surrounding buildings. (This excerpt taken from the Nubble Light website)
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York Beach, ME
(range: 5 miles)
Located halfway between the villages of York Harbor and York Beach, Long Sands Beach offers a mile of white sandy beach. A busy tourist attraction from mid June to Labor Day the beach will have as many as three to five thousand visitors daily. Popular activities include swimming, sun bathing, surfing, and volleyball. There is a public restroom facility located at the half way point of the beach and metered parking is available along Long Beach Avenue.  (This excerpt taken from the Long Sands Beach website)
Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1966 in cooperation with the State of Maine to protect valuable salt marshes and estuaries for migratory birds. Located along 50 miles of coastline in York and Cumberland counties, the refuge consists of eleven divisions between Kittery and Cape Elizabeth. (This excerpt taken from the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge website)
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