This golf course has championship greens, and the course itself is of moderate difficulty. It is particularly popular during the summer, so you may have to book your tee time well in advance.
If you want to see more animals, this charming town is home to York’s Wild Kingdom. It is the only location in the New England area that serves as both a zoo and an amusement park.
The Goldenrod itself is home to the Goldenrod Kiss, which is more than 100 years old. There is an antique marble soda fountain that still plays an integral role in making hot fudge sundaes and ice cream sodas. With more than 130 flavors of ice cream, everyone can find something they like.
When you are in York Maine, you have to visit the Nubble Lighthouse, which is also known as the Cape Neddick light.
Do you want to learn more about what life was like for the first Europeans who arrived in York Maine? You should visit the Museums of Old York. Maine is one of the oldest colonial communities in the country, and the museum has done a fantastic job of preserving some of its oldest artifacts.