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First time in Ogunquit

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First time in Ogunquit

Spending a Saturday and Sunday night in Ogunquit at the end of June. Any recommendations on things to do and places to eat?

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1. Re: First time in Ogunquit

Click on "restaurants" at the top of this Ogunquit forum, and also click on "things to do". (Won't come up on mobile version so use your laptop)

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2. Re: First time in Ogunquit

The list under things to do as mentioned above is a pretty good one. If you have a hankering to shop outlets, then you will head to Kittery. As far as places to eat, there are plenty of choices. Husband loves the lobster roll at the Perkins Cove Lobster Shack.

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3. Re: First time in Ogunquit

Our 2 favorite restaurants are 5 0 and the front porch...both on shore drive...great food ...excellent service...great people

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The beach is gorgeous of course and why we visit Ogunquit every year. When it's high tide the beach is pretty much washed out. That's a great time to check out Perkins Cove, walk the Marginal Way and visit shops along the main street in town. I recommend using the trolley as the traffic and parking at this time of year can be challenging...especially on the weekend. Enjoy your time! It's such a beautiful area.

Edited: June 27, 2018, 5:27 pm
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5. Re: First time in Ogunquit

The unique thing to do is to float the Ogunquit River. If you hit a weekend when the tide is going out in the morning or early afternoon, you will see lots of people of all ages in tubes of all sorts, or just bodies, being moved rapidly down the river toward the ocean. There is about a 4 hour window to float, starting about 2 hours after high tide. One trip from the bridge to the ocean takes about 20 minutes. Bring your own "floatie" from home to blow up, since the prices at the beach shops are astronomical. The sand flats left at low tide are a great place to play all sorts of games (bocce, baseball,etc) or fly a kite.

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