The bridge across the middle of the beach crosses the Ogunquit River, which is also a popular hangout for kayakers, inner tubers, and rafters. If you want to get out on the water, then Perkins Cove, a small fishing village off the beach, is the perfect place to start. Many of the working lobster and fishing boats also offer charters and tours of the Atlantic waters so you can easily catch a ride and grab some fresh seafood of your own.
Shopping, Nightlife and More
During the summer tourism season, an Ogunquit timeshare is a great way to experience the shopping, dining, and lively nightlife that makes this such a vibrant town to visit. Music and concerts are often held in the open air, while bars and restaurants are open late on the water so you can watch the moon rise over the Atlantic while enjoying quality time with friends and family. Summer is also the time to walk, jog, or bike down Marginal Way, a 1.25-mile walkway along the shore.
The town's history as an artist's paradise is also still visible in the many art galleries and boutiques lining its streets. If you want a cozy day inside, the Ogunquit Museum of American Art is a small yet charming place to see many famous exhibits. The Ogunquit Playhouse is a popular theater and another perfect outlet for indoor entertainment.
Best Time to Visit
Weather and activities vary drastically from season to season in Ogunquit so your timeshare experience will change too depending on the month you plan on traveling there. For beaches and water sports you'll want to come during peak tourism season from June through August when the warm weather and sunny days make spending time outdoors a pleasure. If you are looking for great deals on timeshares or to avoid crowds, then visiting January through May, or in November will bring you here during the slow season. Travel also picks up again briefly in December, mainly with holiday travelers, and from September through October when the changing fall colors attract outdoor vacationers who want to see the natural beauty of the surrounding forests in all their glory.