5 Local Spots in York Maine

Long Sands Beach

If you are looking for beautiful, white sand that looks like it stretches forever, you need to explore Long Sands Beach. It is located along Route 1A and is known for its varied scenery. While it has plenty of white sand, it also has some interesting tide pools and rock formations. 

Nubble Lighthouse & Sohier Park

When you are in York Maine, you have to visit the Nubble Lighthouse, which is also known as the Cape Neddick light. The tower is located in Sohier Park and is one of the most popular postcard pictures in the country. You may also want to visit during Christmas or July to see the lighthouse glowing in lights.

Museums of Old York

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. 

The Ledges Golf Club

Do you love to golf? If so, you should test your skills at The Ledges Golf Club. 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. 

Wiggly Bridge

The Wiggly Bridge was built in the 1930s and offers a uniquely bouncy but safe walk across Barrells Millpond. A gorgeous wooden deck stretches across the water and is connected by two towers. As you walk across the bridge, you can feel it flex and bounce back and forth. 

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