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If you like to kick back, relax and let someone do the exploring for you, take a spin on the <a href="http://www.ogunquittrolley.com/" target="_blank">Ogunquit Trolley</a>. While the trolley serves as a legitimate means of transportation throughout town (and allows visitors to leave their cars at hotels since parking in town can be difficult), the trolley's loop route is a fabulous means of exploring Ogunquit's sights and learning the lay of the land.

#travelcolorfully to kennebunkport with help from our friends @Debra Eskinazi Stockdale Williams

Kennebunkport Maine- reminds me of growing up in New England

Old Town Canoe Co. Old Town #Maine

When you visit the coast, the natural thing to do is hop aboard a boat, right? Book an excursion with <a href="http://www.finestkindcruises.com/" target="_blank">Finestkind Scenic Cruises</a>, and see the shoreline from an entirely new perspective. Visitors will learn about lobster fishing (and maybe even see lobsters caught onboard), view the iconic Cape Neddick (Nubble) Lighthouse and catch a glimpse of harbor seals. Wake up early to enjoy the outfitter's breakfast cruise, or book a late ...

Camden Falls, Maine This is anamazing site. The town is built along side it and the river dumps into Penobscot Bay right in the marina.

Kennebunkport Maine. This looks fun. Maybe a Summer trip?

The little village of Perkins Cove lies adjacent to Ogunquit and embodies all the charm one would expect in a waterfront town. This former fishing village is filled with independent boutiques and seafood restaurants. Visitors will find plenty to explore, like toy shops, bric-a-brac stores and shellfish-centric restaurants like the Perkins Cove Lobster Pound. Be sure to stroll across the town's manually operated drawbridge -- it's the perfect place for a photo opp.