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Maine Lighthouse Road Trip: Ogunquit & Cape Neddick | Nubble Lighthouse

This past May, I went on a solo road trip through the coast of Maine in search of the prettiest coastline views and beautiful lighthouses. I covered a lot of ground, and if you'd like to catch up on some of my other destinations, I'd love for you to follow these links:

As excited as I am to talk about Ogunquit, I'm so sad that this is my last post from my Maine road trip. Even though this adventure replaced what would have been my very first trip to Europe, this was honestly so memorable, and really reminded me how amazing it is to live close to New England. Maine is a very special state, and I can never get enough of it when I visit. And since I love it so much, almost everyone I've ever talked to about it has said that I had to go to Ogunquit, so I made sure to squeeze it into this itinerary. I was only here for about 24 hours, but man, I definitely fell hard for it. 

During my time in Ogunquit, I couldn't help but think to myself, "I know I'm in Maine, but I feel like I'm on the Cape." Those famous Maine landscapes that are synonymous with the state aren't as prominent here. Instead, you get a huge, sandy beach, a charming town center filled with restaurants, beautiful shops and tourist souvenirs, and houses covered in weathered shingles and hydrangeas. So clearly, I was a fan.