Utilize our Indoor Pool, hot tub, fitness room, or co-ed sauna. Take a walk on the beach and "comb" for special shells and treasures washed up by the sea. Enjoy the soul-soothing sound of the surf from your guest room's deck or terrace. Or curl up in a comfy chair in the upper lobby.
Book a treatment at The Spa At Stage Neck. 800-340-1130 x 452
Please note that we have added the ability to book 9- or 18-hole tee times at Cape Neddick Country Club with your stay (available approximately April 18 to early November). Please inquire when making your reservations by telephone or select the desired options in the shopping cart during your online reservation.
Please visit York Beach, second ranked New England beach as voted by CBS Boston’s WBZ-TV news this month. York Beach is actually more like two beaches, separated by Cape Neddick and the famous Nubble Light house.
Throughout the York and Ogunquit region, pick up our Flavors of Fall Cornstalk Maze at a local Chamber of Commerce. Then create a path out of the maze by making purchases at local eateries. Bring your completed maze back to a Chamber of Commerce with qualifying receipts and be entered to win a prize!
This festival includes a variety of activities, live bands, bean hole beans and 150 local food vendors and juried & marketplace crafters from all over the country. Harvestfest also includes Kidsfest, horse & wagon rides, pumpkin stroll, storytelling, pony rides, roaming railroad & much more. (207) 363-4422 or www.yorkharvestfest.com
Join us on the Green in York Village for art, music, juried crafts, food & historical activities.
The point from which Stage Neck Inn overlooks the ocean has a long, rich history. Marshall House, built here in 1870, helped establish York Harbor as a fashionable summer resort. Stage Neck Inn opened in 1973 and has flourished under consistent ownership since 1980. We are dedicated to offering hospitality which matches the grandeur of our setting. Come tour the many operational historic inns in the York & Ogunquit region, including Stage Neck Inn. Many are beautifully furnished and decorated to reveal the era during which they were built. Participants who visit SNI will be entered in a raffle for a $250 gift certificate to Stage Neck Inn. This may be applied toward a one-night stay for up to 2 people, including breakfast, Sunday through Thursday, valid November - April, subject to availability. www.maineoktoberfest.com/historic-inn-tours
Weather permitting. Features guided tours, live entertainment, candy for children and more. Admission is $5 per person; kids under 8 free. This is an outdoor event, so dress appropriately. No pets please. Proceeds benefit the shelter. Animal Welfare Society, Holland Rd., West Kennebunk (207) 985-3244.
This walk will prove to be the most elaborate and dramatic yet with five major attractions along the dark 1/4 mile walk through the Kittery woods. Those who dare will encounter the "Dockyard of the Dead". Pass through Night Vale Cemetery on their way to the "Chapel of the Weeping Angel" and re-enter the cemetery to "The Nightmare Factory". The second trail, "Erebus" leads into the blacked out underworld maze http://www.takeflightadv.com
The Ogunquit Playhouse is thrilled to be one of the first regional premieres of the Broadway musical sensation The Addams Family, closing out our season! “They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky, they’re altogether ooky!” (207) 646-5511 email@example.com
Gallery at the Grand, 1 Chase Hill Rd., Kennebunk Lower Village. Wine and light refreshments. Exhibit continues to October 26. (207) 204-0096, www.galleryatthegrand.com.
Ogunquit Museum of American Art, 543 Shore Rd., Ogunquit. Tickets $35 at OMAA, Ogunquit Camera Shop, Dunaway Center or Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce. FMI or to purchase tickets online, www.ogunquitmuseum.org or 646-4909.
Graves Library, 18 Maine St., Kennebunkport. Refreshments to follow lecture. FMI 967-2778 or www.graveslibrary.org.
Brick Store Museum, 117 Main St., Kennebunk. Spooky history and interactive Halloween fun. I (207) 985-4802 www.brickstoremuseum.org
Bud Warren, regional maritime historian and president of the Tide Mill Institute, has documented tide mill sites from Kittery to Eastport, Maine. Mr. Warren will explain how tide mills worked, will highlight those that were in the southern Maine and New Hampshire region and will describe contemporary efforts to re-harness the ocean's power for the needs of the twenty-first century society. Parsons Education Center and Jefferd's Tavern – $15/$12 members (includes Minestrone Soup donated by Stage Neck Inn). Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling 207-363-1756 or online at www.oldyork.org/Old_York_Events.html
View the steam pumper and other fire memorabilia . Firemen’s Park, corner of Shore Rd. and Cottage St., Ogunquit.
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