Kennebunkport Live Cam

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  • Cape Arundel Inn & Resort
  • 208 Ocean Ave - Kennebunkport
  • Maine 04046 - United States
  • 800-514-0968
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  • https://capearundelinn.com/

A coastal town in York County in southern Maine

Kennebunkport and Kennebunk Beach offer a wide variety of lodging options and accommodations to select from. We have selected five of the area’s finest, each offers something unique. The first three of the five unique lodging properties and resorts are open year round. And the others are open seasonally from April through November.

Plus your wedding party will love the wide variety of activities to choose from before or after the big event including great golfing, whale watches, lobster boat tours, beaches and Dock Square with its fabulous shops and restaurants. And of course there is the Kennebunkport area's stunning coastal beauty allowing you the ultimate wedding and wedding photo opportunities.

Plus your guests will love the wide variety of activities to choose from before or after the big event including great golfing, whale watches, lobster boat tours, beaches and Dock Square with its fabulous shops and restaurants. And of course their is the Kennebunkport areas stunning coastal beauty to impress your guests with and allow you to get to work in the ultimate setting.

There's far more to do in the Kennebunks than you could possibly do in one visit during the summer. Once you're here, you'll discover why our visitors return for all seasons.

Biddeford

The warm hospitality of Biddeford and Saco have been enjoyed by visitors for hundreds of years. Both towns offer numerous exciting events including the annual LaKermesse Festival and the Saco Sidewalk Arts Festival, enjoyed by thousands.

Guests of these great towns enjoy a wealth of activities including two of Maine's largest water and amusement parks. Both towns offer beautiful sandy beaches. Ferry Beach State Park in Saco is the state's largest State Beach measuring nearly a mile in length. Camp Ellis and Biddeford Pool are classic Maine harbors where one can still watch the lobstermen bring in the daily catch. A river cruise on the Saco River is a fabulous experience.

There is an abundance of restaurants including great Chinese, Italian and of course an abundance of fresh Maine seafood. Shops are filled with fine antiques and collectibles, made-in-Maine products, nautical souvenirs, and exotic imports from around the world. These two great communities proudly offer a wealth of resources and business opportunities.



Kennebunk

There's far more to do in the Kennebunks than you could possibly do in one visit during the summer. Once you're here, you'll discover why our visitors return for all seasons.

Ogunquit

Ogunquit has long been a magnet for artists. It first flourished as an art colony at the turn of the century, and that tradition continues today, with an abundance of galleries and one of the finest small museums in America, as well as plenty of shops and boutiques featuring the work of Maine artisans and national designers. World-class entertainers perform at Ogunquit's renowned playhouse, and the night life in season is lively and cosmopolitan. Ogunquit offers a huge range of accommodations, and some of the best dining in New England.

Accommodations for all tastes and budgets are available, including many directly on the beach. Whether you're pitching a tent, renting a cottage or staying at one of our fine motels or inns, Old Orchard Beach offers an unmatched family vacation experience.

Saco

The warm hospitality of Biddeford and Saco have been enjoyed by visitors for hundreds of years. Both towns offer numerous exciting events including the annual LaKermesse Festival and the Saco Sidewalk Arts Festival, enjoyed by thousands.

Guests of these great towns enjoy a wealth of activities including two of Maine's largest water and amusement parks. Both towns offer beautiful sandy beaches. Ferry Beach State Park in Saco is the state's largest State Beach measuring nearly a mile in length. Camp Ellis and Biddeford Pool are classic Maine harbors where one can still watch the lobstermen bring in the daily catch. A river cruise on the Saco River is a fabulous experience.

There is an abundance of restaurants including great Chinese, Italian and of course an abundance of fresh Maine seafood. Shops are filled with fine antiques and collectibles, made-in-Maine products, nautical souvenirs, and exotic imports from around the world. These two great communities proudly offer a wealth of resources and business opportunities.

Wells

The charm and relaxed atmosphere of Wells makes it one of the finest family vacation spots anywhere. Wells' seven miles of beach have attracted visitors from all over the United States and Canada for more than a century. But there's plenty more here to see and do.

The Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge draws bird watchers and nature enthusiasts year-round. The Wells National Estuarine Reserve at Laudholm Farm is a captivating saltwater farm, preserving 1,600 acres of field, forest and beach, with seven miles of nature trails - ideal for cross-country skiing in winter.

Wells is justly known as the Antique Center of Maine, with more than fifty antique shops. Rare books are a specialty. Deep-sea fishing and whale watching expeditions leave regularly from nearby ports. Wells Harbor Park is the site of many special events in season, including free concerts every Saturday at the Hope Hobbs Gazebo. A range of fine restaurants and accommodations, including beachfront cottages, wooded campgrounds, classic motor courts, motels and seaside resorts ensure your stay will be a comfortable one.

The Yorks

From the carousel and arcades in York Beach to the peace and quiet of vast wilderness areas, York truly is an ideal vacation spot - for all reasons. York has miles of beaches: the popular Long Sands and Short Sands and, off the beaten track, Cape Neddick and Harbor Beaches. History comes alive at the Old Goal, John Hancock Warehouse, Jefferd's Tavern, Emerson-Wilcox House, Old School House, Elizabeth Perkins House, and the historic Syward-Wheeler House.

You'll find Maine's largest zoo and amusement park in the heart of York Beach and, on a clear day, you can see miles of coast from the top of Mount Agamenticus. And no visit to York is complete without a trip to Nubble Light, perhaps the most beautiful lighthouse in America.

There are special events year-round in York, including Harvest fest in October, and York Days, a week-long celebration of summer at York Beach. A wealth of fine restaurants and accommodations, including oceanfront resorts, campgrounds and cozy bed & breakfasts, will make your stay comfortable and memorable.