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How much does a night in a vacation rental cost in Ogunquit on average?
Usually, a stay in Ogunquit starts at $124 per night.
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Currently, there are 856 vacation rentals available for you to compare and book.
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The motto of the resort town of Ogunquit, Maine, is "beautiful place by the sea," and with three and a half miles of sheltered white sand beaches, the residents are definitely not lying. Take a walk along the Marginal Way, a path that winds along rocky cliffs overlooking the ocean, or explore the town center on the local public transit - an old fashioned trolley. With art galleries, fresh seafood, and the summer stock Ogunquit Playhouse, the town of Ogunquit is a favorite vacation destination. Ogunquit is a small bustling resort town located along the southeastern seaboard of York County, Maine. With ninety percent of its shoreline open for the public to enjoy, leisure and recreation activities abound on the beautiful white sand beach. Each year thousands of visitors walk the Marginal Way trail that meanders along the rocky coastline for a mile and a quarter from town to the fishing community of Perkins Cove. Both the Town and Perkins Cove retain the charm of a bygone era when artists and fishermen made their living here. Specialty shops, boutiques and both indoor and outdoor dining are just steps away from inns and resorts that welcome visitors.
Things to do in Ogunquit
The center of Ogunquit is bustling in the summer time, with shopping in boutiques and gift stores, sampling homemade fudge and chocolate at the candy stores, enjoying ice cream or dining at one of many local restaurants. The coastal town of Ogunquit is ideal for active visitors looking to enjoy the outdoors. Walking, running and biking are all popular in Ogunquit in the village, and along the waterfront of Perkin's Cove and Marginal Way walkway. The Ogunquit River flows 9 miles long and is a great kayaking spot. There are local kayak rentals and tours for all levels from beginning to expert.
Day Trips Out of Ogunquit
In the summer season, Ogunquit is a hotspot for lively nightlife and entertainment. Local restaurants and bars offer live music, comedy shows and other entertainment. On typical summer evenings, Ogunquit nightlife is most vibrant at places like Jonathan's, The Front Porch Piano Bar and Maine Street, with live music and dancing. In addition, visitors are highly encouraged to take a boating tour, walk the beach, and tour some of the surrounding forests and fields.
Accommodations In Ogunquit
Tripping.com has 239 Rentals in Ogunquit, from room suites to entire houses ensuring there is something for every traveler on every budget! Stay close to the water to experience the most delightful relaxation.
Transportation In Ogunquit
The Ogunquit Trolley Company runs several Molley Trolleys through the main streets of Ogunquit, shuttling visitors from the main beach to Perkins Cove and all points in between. The trolley has an open-air portion, which allows the riders to feel the wind in their face as they hitch a ride through town. There are several designated stops throughout town. An interesting side note is that the Molley Trolley is actually manufactured in Ogunquit. If you are coming from afar, you can take the plane to Boston, which is only a two hour drive from Ogunquit. You might want to have a car to travel to the nearby cities like Kennebunkport and Kittery, but in Ogunquit itself, the best way around is via the trolley bus. There are stops everywhere, it is only a dollar, and saves you a lot on traffic and parking money.