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Cape Neddick Lighthouse - York

The Maine Beaches
Seasonal: April – October

Located on the “Nubble,” a rocky island off the eastern end of Cape Neddick, Cape Neddick Lighthouse is one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world. Viewing is best from Sohier Park or book a lighthouse cruise! There is no public access to the island.

Morning

Finestkind Cruises is located in Ogunquit on Perkins Cove, a short 7-mile drive from York. From May to October, the 1 ½ hour Nubble Lighthouse Cruise sails 4 times daily. You can expect breathtaking photo opportunities!

Grab lunch at the Cape Neddick Lobster Pound or Fox’s Lobster.

Afternoon

Spend a leisurely afternoon at Sohier Park for more views of “Nubble” Light. Be sure to keep an eye out for harbor seals, sun fish and double-crested cormorants. The Cape Neddick Beach has a small rocky beach with tide pools and is a fun spot for exploring.

Afternoon treat of homemade ice cream at Dunne’s.

Other local activities

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Tanglewood Hall, a casual inn by the sea. Stage Neck Inn with spectacular views on the ocean. Union Bluff on Sands Beach since 1868.

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