You can see our climate diagram above. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a -11° low. It may rain 3 days in January while it typically rains only 0 days in May.
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Many of the properties offer a pool, which makes Ogunquit an excellent destination for people looking to spend vacation poolside. Also, more hotel rooms have a pool than motel. On average, hotel rooms with pools in Ogunquit accommodate 3 vacationers and have an average cost of $315 per night. You can also rent an accommodation with a pool near the water, which is the case for all of the rentals there.
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The motto of Maine's Ogunquit is "beautiful place by the sea", and the sheltered sand beaches and cliffs dotted with lighthouses certainly bear this out. Your beachside vacation rental home is ideally situated for coastal strolls in the sunshine, gallery hopping and enjoying the fresh seafood for which Maine is known.
Succulent seafood and festival atmosphere
Seafood is the order of the day in Ogunquit, Maine. Whether you head to the Lobster Shack for a supremely delicious, succulent lobster, hauled fresh from the ocean, or another of the restaurants that line the coast, be sure to sample some of the bounty of the sea. Maine's seafood chowder is just about the most comforting meal you could wish for. There are also numerous seafood festivals throughout the year. Chow down on lobster rolls, take part in a clam shucking contest, and don't miss your chance to be crowned Maine's 'Sea Goddess'!
You needn't look far for family entertainment in Ogunquit. Surf the Atlantic's impressive waves, take a boat tour, recline on the three-mile beach, or head to one of the local resorts. There are a variety of camping grounds in the area, too, so whether you'd enjoy a day trip into nature or people-watching on the promenade, Ogunquit has you covered.
History, art and outings
With its shipbuilding heritage stretching back to the 17th century, the roots of Ogunquit run deep. After the Ogunquit art colony was established in 1898, it became an important hub for the arts. Today, it is still a bastion for the arts, with museums, galleries, and specialty shops, and for LGBT culture, infusing Maine's culture with a touch of playfulness.
Enjoy the creativity of local designers in shops in Perkins Cove, stop by a bistro with sea views for lunch, or lie in the sun on Ogunquit Beach. Nature lovers should check out the views while hiking around Mount Agamenticus.
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