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.