Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
York Beach, Maine
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"Welcome to Nubble Light in coastal York, Maine. York offers a variety of hotel, motel, inn, bed and breakfast and rental options. York also offers a wide range of restaurants for any budget and any occasion. As you enter Sohier Park from Nubble Rd you will immediately see Nubble Light sitting atop the large rock island a few hundred feet off shore. Visitors are welcome to the park year round for excellent views, painting, photographing, scuba diving, fishing and relaxing. Our small gift shop and restroom facilities are open seasonally from mid April thru mid October (weather dependent) and offers parking for approximately 60 vehicles."
(This excerpt taken from Nubble Light website)
York Beach, ME
"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 Long Sands Beach website)
York Beach, ME
"YORK'S WILD KINGDOM, located in York Beach, Maine has something to offer every member of the family. Each year more than 200,000 people come to visit the largest zoo and amusement park in the area. With exotic animals from around the world, YORK'S WILD KINGDOM is recognized for its rare species and knowledgeable curators."
(This excerpt taken from Yorks Wild Kingdom website)
"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 Ogunquit Museum of American Art website)
"We hope you will soon visit our course, play a round of golf, and experience a pleasantly unique golf experience!"
(This excerpt taken from Cape Neddick County Club website)
"Oscar Hubbard, a sixth generation native, along with his wife Eleanor; started Finestkind Scenic Cruises in the summer of 1956 to share their love of the unrivaled beauty of the Maine coastline. What started as a one boat operation running from the town dock has grown into a fleet of three well-maintained motor vessels with a busy summer schedule of over fifteen trips a day."
(This excerpt taken from Finestkind Scenic Cruises website)
"The Ogunquit Heritage Museum opened in 2001. The opportunity for an Ogunquit Museum was created by the donation of the Captain James Winn House, a ca. 1780 Maine cape, by Phyllis Perkins, who gave it to the town for preservation. The house was on the National Register of Historic Places as an example of Maine architecture. Moved with funds donated by the Ogunquit Rotary, to Jacobs Field. An enthusiastic committee was formed. Hard times and circumstances prevented the completion of their vision to open a museum."
(This excerpt taken from Ogunquit Heritage Museum website)
"John Lane's Ogunquit Playhouse, one of Southern Maine's most important cultural landmarks, brings Broadway to the Beach each season. Opening in 1933, the work and vision of Walter and Maude Hartwig brought an outstanding, star-studded performing arts company to Ogunquit."
(This excerpt taken from Ogunquit Playhouse website)
from York Beach
"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 Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region website)
"Ogunquit Beach ... thanks to some forward-thinking Ogunquit residents back in the 1920's, it is the pride and joy of Ogunquit. The beach belongs to the Town of Ogunquit and its taxpayers, and they are delighted to share it with all visitors throughout the year. Yes, all visitors, including our handicapped visitors. If you need a wheelchair to enjoy the beach, thanks to our local Rotary Club, the Ogunquit lifeguards at the Main Beach have two available for borrowing on a first-come, first-served basis."
(This excerpt taken from Ogunquit Beach website)