Join Vinyasa Yoga Instructor, Nancy Friedman for classes along the exquisitely beautiful and peaceful coastline of Southern Maine and experience a safe, warm and lighthearted atmosphere. A certified Kripalu yoga instructor, Nancy creates a gentle and safe environment for you to learn to listen to, and honor the wisdom of your body. Her yoga class format is that of a “meditation in motion” challenging you to discover and unleash the potential of your physical body with a mindfulness that has far reaching benefits.
You can now rent a Bikes, surfboards and Paddleboards in Ogunquit! Prices for bicycles start at $15 for 4 hours! Paddleboards are $25 for 4 hours. You can also take a surf lesson too! Located on Main Street in the Village centre! Call them at 207 641 2501
Often misspelled and mispronounced, Ogunquit (Algonquit, Ogonquit) is the friendly little beach and artist colony that hovers on the southern coast of Maine. Ogunquit features one of the top rated beaches in the USA, and a picturesque walk called the Marginal Way. Ogunquit is only 4 square miles. There are two main sections, the village and Perkins Cove. Most gay nightlife, B & B's and Inns are located in the village. The main beach, Marginal Way are also in the village.
Located on Laudholm Farm Rd. (marked off of Route 1) in Wells. This 2200 acre nature area includes meadows, woods and 2 barrier beaches located at the mouth of the Little River. Seven miles of trails lead through fields and woods to the beaches.
A 1.25 mile walk along the cliffs with dramatic views of the ocean. The path starts in the village on Shore Road after the Sparhawk Hotel and meanders the coastline to Perkins Cove.
Called the Marginal Way because its on the "margin" of the ocean, this is one attraction that is a must.
The Ogunquit Heritage Museum is housed in the Captain James Winn House, which was built circa 1780. It is located at the Dorothea Grant Common, which is accessible from Shore Road to Obeds Lane. The museum is home to exhibits in three different categories of Ogunquit's history: maritime history, the art colony, and the architecture of the historical Winn House
A quaint New England cove with boats, shopping and great restaurants! Perkins Cove was the original artist colony where the post-impressionist artist painted. See the wooden draw bridge, and the house where Betty Davis once lived.
Ogunquit and the surrounding area offers some of the best antique hunting anywhere. Randy Coulton, of Fancy That and the Village Food Market takes you on a two day journey of antique shops in the area. Oh the treasures you'll find!
Some call it Bush Country, but the hats are fabulous. Dock Square is as cute a town square as one will find in New England. There is an excellent selection of restaurants, and it's only 20 minutes away.
Now open Wed thru Sunday, The Front Porch Restaurant is the perfect place for those of you looking for a delicious dinner in a comfortable, social atmosphere. Great people, great fun, great food.
And the piano bar is open on Friday and Saturday nights!
A well known, frequently photographed lighthouse, it's located in Cape Neddick, a 15 minute drive along Route 1A (also called Shore Road in Ogunquit). The drive along 1A hugs the coast - you get many breathtaking views of the ocean.