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If you're in search of a beautiful summer beach house in the stunning areas of Old Orchard Beach, Ocean Park, Ferry Beach, and beyond, you've come to the right place! Old Orchard Beach (OOB) boasts Maine's longest beach, stretching across three towns: Saco, Old Orchard Beach, and Scarborough. OOB offers oceanfront dining, an amusement park, and endless fun all day long. Explore and enjoy everything this amazing destination has to offer!

Welcome to Ocean Park

What makes Ocean Park so delightful and memorable is the year-round sense of community—a key element of its tradition and the Chautauqua experience. A visit to Ocean Park is truly more than just a day at the beach. Homes and cottages hug the sidewalks with their porches inviting visitors to stop and chat. Walk along any street and people will greet you warmly—old friends and strangers alike. Ocean Park is a lifestyle choice that offers a feeling of belonging, continuing relationships, family activities, non-denominational and inspirational fellowship, spiritual growth and renewal, and bonding to a very special place.

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Steps From Palace Playland

Palace Playland is a five-acre family-oriented amusement park featuring over 28 rides, the largest arcade in New England and attractions. Palace Playland is located on the beach at Old Orchard Beach.

Short Drive to Portland's Old Port

At first glance you will see a historic seacoast town with a working waterfront representing Maine’s roots in a robust fishing community. But take a second look and you will also find a vibrant community of small business owners whose stores, galleries and restaurants.

Visit Maine Lighthouses and Attractions

For over two centuries, Maine lighthouses have stood as beacons in the night along Maine’s rocky coast. They have also stood the test of time. Not only are these glowing citadels still providing protection for seafarers and their vessels; they offer safe harbor to visitors searching for an unforgettable experience. As spectacular as they are at night, they’re fantastic places to navigate in the daytime. Among Maine’s 65 lighthouses, many are open to the public, some even offer access to keeper’s quarters.

"We have been long time renters of this cottage for the past 25 years...We enjoy coming to Maine to vacation and enjoy the beach very much!"
D. Machol