Where to Find The Best Shops in Kennebunkport, Maine 

Where to Find The Best Shops in Kennebunkport, Maine 

On vacation, the ability to find the perfect trinkets, gifts, and souvenirs is an art and a skill. First, you have to know where to find the best local shops to ensure that your purchase is unique and representative of your vacation destination. Then, you have to spend time browsing and sifting through stores until … Read More

Where to Find Breakfast in Kennebunkport

Where to Find Breakfast in Kennebunkport

Pancakes and waffles and omelets, oh my! Vacation is the time to go all out when it comes to the first meal of the day. In your daily life, you may not want to spend the time, energy, or calories. But when you are traveling to places known especially for their foods, like the Maine … Read More

Top 3 Kennebunkport Golf Courses

Top 3 Kennebunkport Golf Courses

Top 3 Kennebunkport Golf Courses When you drive into Maine, you see a big sign labeling it as “The Vacation State,” and it sure does live up to that expectation. Maine is the perfect place to enjoy some time away, and Kennebunkport, Maine is no exception. Kennebunkport is known for its outdoor scenery, no matter … Read More

Kennebunkport’s Own Brewery

Kennebunkport’s Own Brewery

Kennebunkport’s Own Brewery As many visitors of The Captain Jefferds Inn know, Maine is a pinnacle of fresh seafood. Visiting the ample Kennebunkport restaurants will prove how strongly seafood is ingrained in the culture here. Out of all the spots we have in town, there is one that stands out not just because of its … Read More

Kennebunkport Lobster Tours – Quintessential Maine

Kennebunkport Lobster Tours – Quintessential Maine

Maine is known for its scenic coastline, long fishing history, and delicious, cold water lobster. Kennebunkport lobster tours are a fun way to experience all three! There’s something quintessentially Maine about the lobster trap fishing experience. The practice began here around 1850 and continues today. Maine is still the nation’s biggest producer of fresh lobster, … Read More

Cast Your Line For Fun – Fishing In Kennebunkport

Cast Your Line For Fun – Fishing In Kennebunkport

Looking to do a little fishing in Kennebunkport? Great idea! You’ll find that there are a lot of options to do just that during your Kennebunkport getaway! Striped bass. Bluefish. Mackerel. Cod and haddock. For some, there is little more relaxing than getting out on the water with rod and reel. If that describes you … Read More

Get Out On The Water – Kennebunkport Kayak Rentals and Tours

Get Out On The Water – Kennebunkport Kayak Rentals and Tours

Experience the Maine coast from a whole new angle. Get out on the water with Kennebunkport kayak rentals and guided kayak tours! Things are really heating up with summer just around the corner and now is a lovely time to experience the Kennebunks! One excellent way to do so is on the water with a … Read More

Experience Maine On A Kennebunkport Lobster Tour!

Experience Maine On A Kennebunkport Lobster Tour!

Looking for that quintessential Maine experience? Get out on the water with a Kennebunkport lobster tour! Lobster boat tours are a great way to see Maine’s scenic coastline from the water as well as learn about the lobster fishing process from a pro. Along the Maine coast, lobster is king – but that wasn’t always … Read More

Ogunquit Playhouse

Ogunquit Playhouse

The Ogunquit Playhouse is a regional theater in Ogunquit, Maine. The Ogunquit Playhouse is one of the last remaining summer theatres from the Straw Hat Circuit. www.ogunquitplayhouse.org   10 Main Street Ogunquit, ME 03907

Ogunquit Museum of American Art

Ogunquit Museum of American Art

The Ogunquit Museum of American Art (OMAA) was founded by Lost Generation artist Henry Strater and opened in 1953. Closely connected to two of America’s earliest art colonies that directly contributed to the roots of American modernism, the OMAA today houses a permanent collection of important paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, and photographs from the late … Read More

The Colony Beach

The Colony Beach

Colony Beach, also called Arundel Beach, is a 150-yard stretch of sand and pebble beach at the mouth of the Kennebunk River on Ocean Avenue in Kennebunkport, just about a mile south of Dock Square in the heart of the village. … Pemaquid Beach – Bristol Parks and Recreation. https://visitmaine.com/things-to-do/parks-recreation-areas/the-colony-beach/ The Colony Beach – 150 foot sandy beach located at the … Read More

Webhannet Golf Club

Webhannet Golf Club

Webhannet Golf Club nestles in the quaint Kennebunk Beach neighborhood of historic homes and seaside cottages. Set one block in from the sparkling Atlantic, the ocean air refreshes and defines this classic Maine course.  Standing on the elevated sixth tee, you can literally feel the afternoon tide change and hear children’s gleeful shouts as they … Read More

Kennebunkport Walking Tour

Kennebunkport Walking Tour

Kennebunkport Walking Tour – A Taste of the Port – Take an historic and culinary walking tour of Kennebunkport and Lower Village. The area has been home to those who make their living on the sea for centuries and a popular destination for visitors who love the history, beautiful beaches and plentiful outdoor activities. In … Read More

Intown Trolley Tours

Intown Trolley Tours

Intown Trolley Tours – 21 Ocean Avenue, Kennebunkport – Kennebunkport, Maine (207) 967-3686. Intown Trolley has been touring the Kennebunks for over 30 years. Their 45-minute narrated sightseeing tour covers 300 years of local history, from the native Americans, to early settlers, to the shipbuilding era, to the area’s evolution into a tourist and summer … Read More

HydiDrive Tours

HydiDrive Tours

HydiDrive Tours – Kennebunkport, Maine (207) 251-6611. Park your car and let HydiDrive take you around town quickly and comfortably in a 7 passenger stretch golf cart limousine. HydiDrive will take you past Walkers Point, the summer home of Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush. You will pass the beautiful, historic captains’ mansions … Read More

Wood Island Light

Wood Island Light

Wood Island Light, Biddeford Pool (207) 200-4552 – A tour to Wood Island Lighthouse is run by the Friends of Wood Island Lighthouse, an all volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit. The lighthouse is located off the coast of Biddeford Maine and tours leave from Vine’s Landing in Biddeford Pool. The guided tour takes about 1 1/2 hours … Read More

Owls Head Lighthouse

Owls Head Lighthouse

Owls Head Lighthouse Active aid to navigation. The lighthouse and keeper’s house are licensed to the American Lighthouse Foundation. The lighthouse tower is cared for by a chapter of the American Lighthouse Foundation, Friends of Rockland Harbor Lights.

Marshall Point

Marshall Point

Marshall Point Prominently seated on the rocky point at the entrance to the harbor of the fishing village of Port Clyde, Marshall Point Lighthouse and Museum offers visitors and engaging look at the local history, beauty and wonder of mid-coast Maine.  Take a step back in time as you walk through the door of the … Read More