When most people consider a Maine vacation, they’re thinking of coming during the balmy summer months. However, there are lots of things to do outside of that timeframe, and off-season visits can be more relaxed, less crowded and just as enjoyable. If you want to plan a fun spring vacation to Ogunquit with your family,
Ogunquit, Maine is a town with many faces. You have the romance and rugged beauty of the seaside, the quaint charm of the village shops and restaurants, and the culture offered by the Ogunquit’s many history museums and historic sites. Add to that a huge array of artistic attractions right outside your cottage door. To get
Here at The Dunes, history is near and dear to our hearts. After all, the history of The Dunes on the Waterfront goes back to the summer of 1936, when we welcomed our first guests. And Ogunquit’s history runs even deeper, stretching back to 1641 when it was first settled. Many of our visitors want to experience
Whether it's romance, food, art or culture you're after, when you visit downtown Ogunquit, you'll find it. Here's a guide to some of the best activities for couples, including some of our own favorites that we're sure you and that special someone will love as well.
There's a lot to see and do in Ogunquit, and if you're visiting for just a weekend, your to-do list is likely to be pretty long. We've put together a sample itinerary for weekend getaways in Ogunquit, Maine, with our favorite highlights, restaurants, museums and things to do.
A longtime guest at the Dunes on the Waterfront recalls summers spent with grandparents and cousins, learning, eating and enjoying each other's company.