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Things to Do

Kennebunkport Area Things to Do

The Spang Family has been sharing their experience of Kennebunkport and Goose Rocks Beach for over 40 years.

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Cape Arundel Golf Club 
Award-winning golf course, home course of former President Bush. 18 holes over 5,881 yards with a par of 69. 4 miles from Ocean Woods. (207) 967-3494

Webhannet Golf Club 
18 holes over 6,010 yards with a par of 71 (Public) 6 miles from Ocean Woods. (207) 967-2061

Biddeford/Saco Country Club
Orchard Road, Saco, 282-5883

Dunegrass at Old Orchard Beach Country Club
49 Ross Road, – Old Orchard Beach (207) 934-4513

The Ledges Golf Course – Ledges Drive, York (207) 351-3000

Hillcrest Driving Range and Pitch & Putt
9 hole pitch and putt, driving range 77 Western Ave. Kennebunk, ME_04043 (207) 967-4661

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Seashore Trolley Museum 
Tel: 207-967-2712

Intown Trolley 

Ogunquit Trolley 

LOBSTER BOAT TOURS, WHALE WATCHING, SCHOONER TOURS & FISHING

Rugosa Lobster Boat Tour – Board a classic New England lobster boat. Cruise out the scenic Kennebunk River, past the Breakwater and Kennebunk Beach. View Walker’ s Point. Watch the captain haul lobster traps. Keep your eye open for seals! Also available for sunset cruises and private charters. Departs daily in season from Nonantum Resort, 95 Ocean Ave. Kennebunkport.first-chance-whale-watch1

Second Chance Whale Watch 
4 Western Avenue, Kennebunk. Tel: (207) 967-5507

Pineapple Ketch Sailing Excursions – 2 hour beautiful sailboat tour along Maine shore. Tour can be as hands on or as laid back as you would like; haul lines, raise sails, take a turn at the helm or just sit back and take in the beautiful views and fresh ocean air. Departing Daily In-Season from The Nonantum Resort Marina. Day Tours. Reservations 207-468-7262

Libreti Rose II Fishing Charter Tours –  Join Captain Bruce onboard the Libreti Rose II. Private fishing charters close to shore designed for the time YOU have available. The most popular trip is the four hour near shore, for stripers, bluefish and mackerel. They also offer a two and three hour trips ideal for families with children. Departs daily from the Nonantum Resort Marina, 95 Ocean Ave., Kennebunkport, ME. Captain Bruce Hebert 207-432-4349

Chicks Marina 
PO Box 2758, Kennebunkport. Tel: (207) 967-2782

Lady J Sportfishing Charters Inc 
Boat at the Arundel Wharf Restaurant Kennebunkport. Tel: (207) 985-7304

Kennebunkport Marina 
P.O. Box 2734, Kennebunkport. Tel: (207) 967-3411

Cape Anne ChurchCHURCHES

Advent Christian Church – Sea Road, Kennebunk, 985-3319
Church on the Cape – Langsford Road, Cape Porpoise, 985-4494
First Congregational Church – North Street, Kennebunkport, 967-3897
Franciscan Monastery – (Catholic) Beach Road, Kennebunk, 967-4865
Kennebunk Baptist Church – Main Street, Kennebunk, 985-2332
South Congregational Church – Temple Street, Kennebunkport, 967-2793
St. Andrew’s – (Presbyterian) Portland Road, Kennebunk, 985-4303
St. Ann’s by the Sea – (Episcopal) Ocean Ave, Kennebunkport, 967-2287
St. Martha’s- (Catholic) Portland Road, Kennebunk, 985-6252
Village Baptist Church – Main Street, Kennebunkport, 967-3240

PERFORMING ARTS

Ogunuit PlayhouseVinegar Hill Music Theatre – 53 Old Post Road, Arundel – A music venue in an historic barn, bringing top local and national talent to an intimate Maine concert setting during the summer season.

Ogunquit Playhouse 
Route 1 South, Ogunquit, Tel: (207) 646-5511

Biddeford City Theater 
205 Main Street, Downtown Biddeford Box Office: (207) 282-0849

Just 90 miles north of Boston, there’s a glorious little corner of Maine where lobstermen still command the sea, where shop owners greet their visitors like long-lost friends, and where the nostalgia and charm of New England’s old-world villages take us back to simpler times.

Welcome to the pristine seaside communities of Kennebunk, Kennebunkport , and Arundel, – also known as the “Kennebunks.” Recapture childhood memories of sun-drenched days spent at the beach. Renew your sense of adventure by cruising out of Cape Porpoise on a working lobster boat, fly-fishing on the Mousam River or hitting the many biking and hiking trails in the Kennebunks. Spend a day exploring shops and restaurants. Let our small-town community spirit become part of the fabric of your life – for a day or for a lifetime.


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