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Cape Neddick - Nubble Lighthouse

Location: Cape Neddick, ME
Phone Number: (207) 363-1040
Website: http://nubblelight.org/

The Nubble Lighthouse has one rich history in the Maine Coast (which has a reputation for historic lighthouses numbering about 60 dotting its coastline) but at present is not accessible to visitors. The Nubble Lighthouse is a major stop for people who go on a tour of Maine in general and southern main in particular. The best place to view the lighthouse is at the nearby Sohier State Park where parking is free. Built-in 1879, Cape Neddick is the southernmost of Maine's many lighthouses. It is also called Nubble Light, referring to the barren rocky island (Nubble) on which it sits, just off shore. The 41-foot tower is constructed of cast iron plates lined with brick. Cape Neddick's fourth-order lens flashes red every six seconds and is visible for 13 miles. The Nubble Light has probably appeared on more postcards, calendars, and other souvenirs than any other New England lighthouse.

It is one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world and is a popular spot for residents and visitors alike. It has a small park with benches that make it a peaceful place to rest and reflect.

Cape Neddick - Sailing Cruises on The Gift

Location: Ogonquit, ME
Phone Number: (207) 646-3758
Website: https://www.sailthegift.com/

Come set sail aboard the 40′ passport yacht, The Gift, departing from charming Perkins Cove, Ogunquit, Maine. Captain Steven Perkins and crew will take up to 12 passengers for a 1.5-hour, half-day or full day's sailing off the rugged coast of Maine. Possible sights may include whales, dolphins, seals, cormorants, and lobstermen hauling their traps. Perkins Cove is a working harbor with shops, restaurants and the beginning of our world-famous Marginal Way. Operating from Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day.

**Pricing: $45 per person for 1.5-hour sail

Cape Neddick - Long Beach

Location: Long Beach, ME
Phone Number: (207) 363 1040
Website: http://www.yorkparksandrec.org/attractions/beaches/

The Long Beach is a long sandy beach with designated surfing area. There are Local Lifeguards on duty from the end of June to Labor Day every year. A 1.5-mile stretch of family-friendly sandy beach. Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Metered parking and private lots, handicap accessible, surfing allowed in designated areas, no shade, lifeguards, restrooms, raft and umbrella rentals, shops and food within walking distance, and dogs/pets allowed at certain times. Views of Cape Neddick Light (Nubble Lighthouse). York trolley stops to/from Short Sands Beach.

Address: Long Beach Ave, York, ME 03909, USA

Directions: from the Maine Turnpike if you're headed north, take the York exit and follow Route 1A through York Village and York Harbor, past Long Beach.

Cape Neddick - Cape Neddick Beach

Location: Cape Neddick, ME
Phone Number: 207-363-1040
Website: https://www.inside-york-maine-vacations.com/cape-neddick-maine.html

Also known as Passaconaway Beach, this small sandy beach area near the mouth of Cape Neddick Harbor is popular with local residents. Low tide here is a great time for you to explore when the receding ocean waters reveal the sand, rocks, and tidal pools.

There is limited parking along Shore Rd and River Rd, but if you can find a place to leave your vehicle it is worth the trouble! The surf is calm and at low tide, you can access a large sandbar. This is an absolutely perfect place for kayaking. Take a leisurely trip to the Cape Neddick River or, for the more adventurous paddlers, venture out into the Atlantic Ocean and paddle over to Short Sands Beach or Nubble Light with ease. Camping, dining, and groceries are within walking distance. The beach has no lifeguards, restrooms or other facilities.

Cape Neddick Beach 
U.S. Route 1A
 York Beach, ME 03910

Cape Neddick - Mount Agamenticus Trail

Location: Cape Neddick, ME
Phone Number: 207-361-1102
Website: https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/maine/mount-agamenticus-trail

Mount Agamenticus Trail is a 1.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Cape Neddick, Maine that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Mount Agamenticus is known for its unique trail system and rich natural resources. State, local and non-profit landowners are working together to balance protection of these lands for wildlife habitat and water quality while providing opportunities for safe and sustainable recreation.

Cape Neddick - Ogonquit Playhouse

Location: Ogonquit, ME
Phone Number: (207) 646-5511
Website: http://www.ogunquitplayhouse.org/

The Ogunquit Playhouse celebrates its 87th anniversary in 2019 and will once again be producing shows through the fall and into the holiday season. True to its legacy, the Ogunquit Playhouse anniversary season will be filled with the newest and brightest musicals, World and National premieres and a Timeless Classic, all complete with top-notch professional casts and creative teams direct from Broadway, Los Angeles, and London. The milestone season will feature the premieres of two brand-new musicals. The Ogunquit Playhouse is honored to be collaborating with legendary lyricist Tim Rice and the Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival on the continued North American rollout of the new musical From Here to Eternity.

Click for the 2019 Signature Line-up
Theater Schedule and Tickets

Individual tickets are on sale now, visit www.ogunquitplayhouse.com or call the Box Office at 207-646-5511. 

About the Ogunquit Playhouse:

The Ogunquit Playhouse, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization listed on the National Historic Register, is located on Route One in Ogunquit, Maine and produces the finest Broadway musicals each season with performances Tuesday through Sunday, from May 17 to October 29. Follow the Ogunquit Playhouse on Twitter (@OgunquitPH) and on Facebook (facebook.com/OgunquitPlayhouse) for behind-the-scenes info, photos and fun throughout the season. For a complete list of showtimes, pricing and more information about the season visit www.ogunquitplayhouse.org.

Cape Neddick: Visit Southern Maine

Location: Cape Neddick, ME
Website: http://www.fodors.com/world/north-america/usa/maine/the-southern-coast

The Maine Coast's southernmost stretch—including Kittery, the Yorks, Ogunquit, the Kennebunks, and Biddeford—features miles and miles of inviting sandy beaches and beautifully preserved historic towns and charming lighthouses. There is something for everyone here, whether you seek solitude in a kayak or the infectious conviviality of locals and fellow vacationers alike.

Cape Neddick: Museums of Old York

Location: York, ME
Phone Number: 207-363-1756
Website: http://oldyork.org/

York Village

Spending an afternoon in York village is like going back in time—and you really only need a couple of hours here to roam the historic streets of this pint-size but worthwhile town. One of the first permanent settlements in Maine, the village museums detail the area's rich history. York is also home to the flagship store of Stonewall Kitchen, one of Maine's signature gourmet food purveyors; the store has a café and a cooking school. There's also a cluster of vibrant contemporary art galleries.

Through the centuries, York has remained a destination for people seeking refuge in its natural beauty and pace of life. These qualities continue to captivate visitors with the beauty, culture, and history of the area.