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Guides and Maps

Our 2022 Visitor's Guide has arrived! Our annual directory includes all you need to know: lodging, restaurants, specialty shops, cultural activities and art galleries, outdoor activities, and local services. There's also parking information, maps, and quick find charts for easy comparisons.

And a bonus in the guide: tide charts to help you plan your beach time!

You know that Ogunquit's dining scene is eclectic & creative, with offerings from rustic clam shacks & fine dining with a fantastic seaside view snuggled on the shores of Perkins Cove to the lively string of contemporary restaurants in downtown & along the Marginal Way. We've also included our favorite breakfast & dessert spots and even a few must-visits in nearby Cape Neddick, York & Wells: 30 restaurants in all! Take a digital tour of our culinary scene and start salivating!!!

Note: This is the 2021 edition. The 2022 edition will be posted by mid-May.

Town and Trolley Map

 

Our map features parking areas, public restroom locations, Marginal Way access points, and Ogunquit Trolley pick-up/drop-off locations.

The trolley operates 9am-9pm from the end of June through Labor Day, with limited hours after that through Indigenous Peoples Day (formerly Columbus Day). Projected cost as of April 2022 is $5/adult & $3/child (age 9 and younger); we will update once Ogunquit Trolley finalizes its fares. There are also other private transportation companies that you can hire if you don't want to drive or take the trolley.

 

Great Works Regional Land Trust Map

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Mount A to the Sea Map

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Eastern Trail Brochure

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Chamber Members Map

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