Ogunquit Maine foot bridge beach marsh
footbridge at Footbridge Beach
The footbridge at Footbridge Beach in Ogunquit, Maine was damaged in the winter of 2008/09. This video reports on the bridge, now fixed, ready to go for the summer season.
Footbridge Beach ME Beautiful Beach Season1 Vlog48
Footbridge Beach ME, enjoyed the beach very beautiful, We were Camping at Moody Beach RV resort Campground Thousand Trails, Wells ME it is a very nice campground if you can get a site it is booked up.
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Perkins Cove Suite Walkthrough (sleeps 6) - Footbridge Beach Motel
This newly renovated suite sleeps six guests. The Perkins Cove Suite offers a queen-sized bed, full-sized bed, single-sized bed, two-seater table, spacious bathroom complete with bathtub, and a table and two outdoor chairs on the sundeck. This suite is 279 square feet. Additional in-room amenities include brand new Samsung 4K Smart TV equipped with cable and on-demand options for Netflix, Amazon Prime, Vudu, Hulu, YouTube, HBO Go, and Showtime On Demand, adjustable heat and air conditioning, telephone, free high-speed Wi-Fi, refrigerator, and a microwave.
Nestled in the midst of beautifully maintained grounds and gardens, the Footbridge Beach Motel features a heated outdoor pool and sundeck as well as an outdoor picnic and grilling area; the perfect place to relax and enjoy the company of your loved ones. Minutes from Ogunquit Village, guests have convenient access to Ogunquit’s many attractions including restaurants, shops, golf, fishing, sea kayaking and hiking.
Seashells on Footbridge Beach, Ogunquit, Maine
Seashells on Footbridge Beach in Ogunquit, Maine. Lots of Surf Clams, Soft Shell Clams, Blue Mussels, Black Clams, Sand dollar and a bit of Coral Weed. See my Blog for more pics and information.
The White Sands of Wells Beach in Maine via Drone.
Fly along the beach front in Wells, Maine for a scenic view of white sands, beautiful homes and the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve just behind them as the Webhannet River empties into Wells Harbor through the Stone Jetties near Drakes Island. Music Credit: Bensound.com House.
Ogunquit Beach Guide - The Dunes on the Waterfront
| Ogunquit Beach has one of the longest continuous stretches of white sand on the Maine coast, but you can think of it in three sections for easier navigation. Here's our guide to picking which section to visit when, depending on which features interest you the most. Closest to downtown, the section locally dubbed Main Beach has parking and restrooms, but can be crowded. To the north, Footbridge Beach has similar amenities and slightly smaller crowds. In the middle lies the quietest section, to which our guests at The Dunes on the Waterfront have direct access. Learn more about Ogunquit Beach at
Maine ~ Lowtide Ogunquit Beach
Ogunquit Beach, painting at low tide, Spring, awesome surf and weather!
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TOP 10. Best Beaches in Maine: Ogunquit Beach, Wells Beach, Long Sands Beach, Footbridge Beach, Old Orchard Beach, Sand Beach, Popham Beach State Park, Short Sands Beach, Kennebunk Beach, Reid State Park
Kennebunk Dok,Maine - U.S.A. & Canada ep10 - Travel video vlog calatorii tourism
Kennebunk is a town in York County, Maine, United States. The population was 10,798 at the 2010 census. Kennebunk is home to several beaches, the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, the 1799 Kennebunk Inn, many historic shipbuilders' homes, the Brick Store Museum and the Nature Conservancy Kennebunk Plains (known locally as the Blueberry Plains), with 1,500 acres (6 km²) of nature trails and blueberry fields.
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Caratunk Maine a flight over the Kennebec River
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Top 12. Best Tourist Attractions in Ogunquit - Travel Maine
Top 12. Best Tourist Attractions and Beautiful Places in Ogunquit - Travel Maine: Marginal Way, Ogunquit Playhouse, Ogunquit Beach, Perkins Cove, Foot Bridge Beach, Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Abacus, Ogunquit Memorial Library, Mount Agamenticus, Ogunquit Heritage Museum, Panache Fine Jewelry and Art Gallery, The Leavitt Fine Arts Theatre
Testing Maine's Bridges
Researchers at the Advanced Structures and Composites Center are working with the Maine Department of Transportation to test bridges across the state to determine their capacity and lifespan. The test results will help Maine save money by identifying which bridges need to be
Ogunquit Beach, Maine September
Beach day, Footbridge beach Big surf blue sky lots of the people Late summer
Golden Hour at the Dunes
Celeste, Eileen and Tim stroll the grounds at the Dunes in Ogunquit, ME.
Driving Tour Ogunquit Maine
Driving through Ongunquit Maine, USA.
Exploring OGUNQUIT MAINE: North Beach, Marginal Way and Perkins Cove
Come along with me and my friend Natasha as we explore Ogunquit Maine, IMHO the best beach of the northeast Atlantic coast.
I went to Ogunquit a few times as a child with my parents and I must admit I have a special fondness for it in my heart. I have been back about 4 times on my own or with friends in my adult life. It is just a 5.5-hour drive from Montreal so a great 4-day weekend destination.
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Our day started with lunch and finding a beach with free parking. In the summer, you don,t get here early, parking will be a challenge. We spent a couple of hours on North Beach.
After a candy store stop, we headed back right into Ogunquit where we did find late afternoon parking. Since we were not hungry yet we decided to walk the cliff trail called the Marginal Way. It is a breathtaking easy hike along the Atlantic coast that ends in pretty Perkin's Cove.
There is a trolley system in the summer months so we hopped on a trolly to make our way back to Ogunquit, before heading out for the best lobster dinner ever....which will be the next video.
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Perkins Cove, Ogunquit Maine
April 21, 2017 - April 23, 2017
At what was then called Fish Cove, near the unnavigable Josias River, fishing was a major livelihood. But the cove was unprotected by a headland or breakwater from Atlantic storms, so fishermen had to protect their boats by hauling them ashore each night. Resolving to create a safe anchorage, they formed the Fish Cove Harbor Association, and dug a channel across land they purchased to connect Fish Cove with the Josias River. When the trench was complete, erosion helped to further widen the passage. The resulting tidewater basin is called Perkins Cove, spanned by a manually operated draw footbridge. With a 3½-mile beach of pale sand and dunes forming a barrier peninsula, connected to the mainland in 1888 by bridge across the Ogunquit River, the village was discovered by artists. It became a popular art colony and tourist area. Particularly after 1898, when the Ogunquit Art Colony was established, it was not unusual to see both artists and fishermen working around Perkins Cove. To accommodate summer crowds, several seaside hotels and inns were built. Marginal Way, a scenic trail, runs along the coast from Perkins Cove to Ogunquit Beach. Ogunquit separated from Wells in 1980 and receives visitors from as far as Australia. Part of Stephen King's The Stand, published in 1978, is set in Ogunquit. Ogunquit was named America's Best Coastal Small Town in USA Today's 10 Best Readers' Choice 2016.
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