When you visit Kennebunkport, Maine the first thing that will catch your eye is the stunning coastline. This southern shore city is often passed by as vacationers head north and they are missing out on a gorgeous stretch of Maine. This Maine city offers wild blueberries, sandy beaches, wildlife sanctuaries and of course lobster. Kennebunkport, Maine is the perfect place for a family vacation or a romantic escape. When traveling to Kennebunkport follow our Kennebunkport travel guide for a list of attractions you won’t want to miss.
Things Not to Miss in Kennebunkport: Walker Point, Kennebunk River, Saint Ann's Church, Ocean Avenue, Kennebunk Beach, Parson's Way, St. Anthony's Monastery and Blueberry Hill.
Kennebunkport’s peak tourist season is from June to October, when the temperatures go up to the 70s in summer and 50s in early fall. The main event of this season is the Kennebunkport's Food Wine Works of Art Festival, which takes place in late May and early June. If traveling during he high season, you’ll want to make accommodation reservations in advance. For those who want to experience snowy landscapes and take a nice ski trip, November through February is the time to book.
Kennebunkport is a coastal town in southern Maine. It’s known for its beaches, including long, sandy Goose Rocks Beach and smaller Arundel Beach. The Seashore Trolley Museum displays a huge collection of streetcars. Dating to 1887, St. Ann’s Episcopal Church is a rustic stone church on grassy grounds with ocean views. The 1833 Goat Island Lighthouse sits in the harbor of quaint lobster-fishing village Cape Porpoise.