As you walk this unique trail, more than 1 mile of rocky coastline is at your feet. Thirty-nine benches line the way for soaking in the scenery. This is a walk-only trail, so bicycles are not allowed.
The OMAA holds more than 3,000 works of art with new exhibits and events each season, which runs from May through October. The 3-acre property includes 18 gardens with sculptures along the way. And, don’t miss the stunning rocky shoreline views.
This late October event is the last chance of each year to enjoy the town before some of the businesses close up for the season. It includes classic car shows, Halloween activities, and the High Heel Dash for charity.
Just 15 minutes north of Ogunquit, you’ll find this preserved natural land spanning more than 2,250 acres with marshes, beaches, and trails. The reserve is open year-round, and guided tours (walking and kayaking) are regularly scheduled if you’d prefer to be led through the ecosystems.
If staying near the rocky shoreline instead of sandy beaches is important to you, this large resort could be a perfect choice. Amenities include membership privileges with the Cape Neddick Country Club, an on-premise spa, and snowshoes for winter walks. Kitchenettes are included in each room.