Ogunquit Beach

Beach
Beach Street
Ogunquit, ME 03907

Tips

  • At low tide you can walk across the sandbar to the small beach.
  • Still the most beautiful beach I've been to...despite the water temperature...and that includes Hawaii!
  • a Five mile white sandy beach -- pure heaven for that afternoon stroll looking for sand dollars.
  • Grab some favorite take-out & sit on the benches & watch the sunset; magical!
  • Have a seat in an adirondack chair and enjoy high tide
  • The "gay section" is around the #3 sign. Walk on the beach and head left for a while.
  • Runners: Flat, easy to run on sand. One of the best 5 mile beach runs. Very pretty!
  • The sand is so soft! Just take your shoes off and sink them into the sand!
  • The best beach in New England. That isn't up for debate. Go to section G (past the first catwalk) if you want to avoid families with screaming children.
  • When the tide is going out you can use the bay side as a lazy river that flows out into the ocean. Be careful, the tide can be quite rough at times!
  • Great little Sea side town
  • Huge surprise how busy yet peaceful
  • Beautiful beach and area, nice little town, everything is a walking distance
  • amazing food and people
  • This is the perfect place to spend a few hours in the sun, not too crowded, lots of space for a long walk.
  • Parking is very difficult. Be prepared to get going early, and pay for the day..but it is worth it! So much to see and do in a very beautiful area..walk the Marginal Way!
  • Beautiful beach ..the tide going in and out is awesome.. one of my favorite beaches
  • Bring your tube and float along with the current
  • Food, location and beach.
  • Accessible beach right in the middle of town

Nearby places

85 Shore Rd (Perkins Cove To Ogunquit Beach)
228 Main St. (main st. & beach st.)
Oarweed Rd. (Harbor Ln)