The Natick Indians certainly knew what they were talking about when they used the name "Ogunquit", which in their language means "a beautiful place by the sea". With a long history as a fishing village, Ogunquit's main business now is tourism, attracting many thousands of visitors yearly.



The Ogunquit Playhouse
The Ogunquit Playhouse, a local summer theater.


Ogunquit's beach, a public park, is a favorite rest spot for travelers in need of relaxation in the summer. Others prefer a stroll along the rocky shoreline on the Marginal Way. Ogunquit's art galleries and theaters attract a discriminating crowd. Shops and restaurants in Perkins Cove are brimming with rustic artifacts and sumptuous treats from the sea. Travel between any of these major attractions is easy, quick and comfortable in Ogunquit's trolleys, which are driven by friendly, knowledgeable locals who are happy to point you in whatever direction you desire.