Dock_Square_KennebunkportDock Square and Kennebunkport

There’s no shortage of things to do in Kennebunkport. Kennebunkport is a year round tourist destination and one of the liveliest summer spots on the New England Coast.  Its central village area located on a picturesque harbor features many marinas, fine shops, restaurants, art galleries and antique shops.

Downtown Kennebunk

Kennebunk is the kind of town that invites a leisurely stroll, a bit of shopping, a stop for lunch and a look back at history at The Brick Store Museum.  The newly constructed Watehouse Center is a four-season community gathering center.  Bring your skates for the winter catch a movie in the summer or attend he farmers market on the weekend, this newly constructed event center is fast becoming a community meeting place.

Early_morning_diggingCape Porpoise

Located 3 miles east of Kennebunkport, Cape Porpoise is an authentic working fishing village. Virtually untouched by time, it is a traditional “old Maine” port with its pier, lighthouse and fishing fleet.

 Goose Rocks Beach

A quiet village at waters edge with a long sweep of beautiful white sandy beach, just east of Cape Porpoise


Located just north of Kennebunk, Arundel is known for its beautiful back roads and country drives. If you care to stop along the way there are many antique shops, an antique trolley museum and it is home to a wonderful summer playhouse. In the wintertime, visit Arundel for your ride through the snow on a horse drawn sleigh.

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