Old Orchard Beach

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“Don’t be afraid of your fears. They’re not there to scare you. They’re there to let you know that something is worth it.”- C. JoyBell C.

Learning By Experience Ain’t All It’s Cracked Up To Be

Old Orchard Beach, ME – Winter is coming? Nope, this ain’t GOT, guys. In fact, summer is coming and you better be prepared for it. And by prepared, we mean you better get your stuff together and pick a vacation spot pretty soon, or else you’re going to be beaten to the punch by thousands of others who are faced with the same dilemma. But, here’s the thing – you’ve got something they don’t. And that’s us. So if you want to hang out with us this season, we’ll be hitting up Old Ocean Beach, ME, pretty soon. And you should too.

Located in York County, ME, Old Orchard Beach has been around for more than 170 years. And when we say it’s been around, we mean that as a tourist hotspot. And if you love small, quiet towns that have plenty to offer for those who know where to look, you’ve come to the right place. The most prominent thing about this charming town is its whopping seven-mile stretch of sand. This thing is enough to brighten the day of even the moodiest of mooders you can think of. We know. We’ve seen it work. Don’t ask how.

A Phone Should Do, Too

The recreational offerings at Old Orchard Beach can pretty much be summed up in one word. The Pier. Well, okay, that’s two words. But you get the point. Anyway, the Pier extends some 500 feet out over the Atlantic Ocean. This is where you’ll be able to fish, listen to concerts, go whale or bird watching, watch fireworks, dance your butt off, play games of skill, eat, shop and do pretty much anything else you can think of while on vacation. Just don’t think too hard.

But you’d be wrong to think the Pier is the only thing to look forward to when visiting Old Orchard Beach. Like any New England town, this place also has a ton of natural beauties which might seem secondary compared to the aforementioned beach. Therefore, make no mistake – this small town is set in a jaw-dropping area. So make sure to have a camera with you at all times. We kid you not.

Old Orchard Beach, ME – Offers Everything A Family Could Wish For

Anyway, the Beachfront Palace Playland Park is also a cool place to visit in Old Orchard Beach regardless of whether you’re alone or with the kids. This is the only beachfront amusement park in New England, so definitely try to make the most of it. Also, if you tend to spend your mornings golfing (and not jogging like the rest of us), there’s also a place for you here. It’s called the Dunegrass Golf Club and its 18 holes will be more than happy to meet you anytime.

Basically, Old Orchard Beach is a classic beach town that offers accommodations for all budgets and tastes. Now, when we say ALL budgets and tastes, we mean that literally. You’re looking at hotels near the Pier, motels directly on the beach and campgrounds, you know, if you want to get in touch with nature and all that. Which – don’t get us wrong – we totally recommend. And should you want to remind yourselves what a big city feels like, just take a day trip to nearby Portland. Other than that, this place is where you want to be. Not, like, in the summer. Permanently. And you can take that to the bank!

 

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