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Marginal Way Walkway, Ogunquit

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Must see · Historic Walking Area · Tourist Spot
Take in the salty air and sweeping views of the Atlantic coast along , a paved oceanside cliff walk. The 1.6 km (1 mi) path, stretching from Perkins Cove to Ogunquit Beach, hugs the quaint artist community of Ogunquit, full of seaside eateries and shops. Zip up your windbreaker and head out on foot along the scenic trail to admire the dramatic rocky coastline dotted with lighthouses and whitewashed cottages. Stop for a warm cup of New England clam chowder at the famous Cliff House in town before you leave. Due to the area’s high parking fees, plan to park in town and catch a local trolley to the coast. Plan to see Marginal Way Walkway and other attractions that appeal to you using our Ogunquit trip planning tool.
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  • A beautiful walk most any time of year. The Marginal Way is a national treasure and a very popular tourist destination, especially for those who live within an hour's drive. Maine's natural coastal....  more »
  • We were on a day-trip to southern Maine, and included a morning walk on the Marginal Way on a sunny morning mid-week. There were very few people walking, and it was easy to park. The restrooms at...  more »

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