Marginal Way Ogunquit Maine

Marginal Way Ogunquit Maine

The Marginal Way in Ogunquit Maine is a handicapped accessible paved pathway along Maine's rocky shoreline. just over a mile in length this beautiful pathway offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and Maine's rocky coastline while transforming your attention to the fragrance of roses which at times will surround you as you walk the Marginal Way.


The Marginal Way connects the beautiful touristy towns of Perkins Cove and Ogunquit Beach in Maine. Perkins Cove is a small area that really captures the essence of Maine's coast. Perkins Cove has little shops that are fun to walk to and do some window shopping but not overdone. So those who may not be so interested in window shopping won't find Perkins Cove to be overwhelming. In fact even those that are not much into shopping will find the local crafts to be quite unique. Perkins Cove is also part of Maine's Lobster fishing industry so taking in the views of Maine's lobster fishermen at work is also a favorite.


Perkins Cove in Maine offers everything you need for a relaxing Maine vacation including a hotel and restaurant. If you are looking for a deeply relaxing, quiet vacation Perkins Cove, the marginal Way and Ogunquit Beach should be on the top of your list!


The Marginal Way: A Little Bit of History...

The original Marginal Way property was donated by Josiah Chase, Jr. in 1925. Since then other land owners have donated land to add to the Marginal Way. Over the years the Marginal Way has been damaged by harsh weather. Supported by donations, the Marginal Way has been rebuilt.


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