Kennebunkport Beaches are some of the most beautiful and accessible beaches on the Atlantic Seaboard. Everything from beach-combing and sunbathing to beach walks and surfing can be enjoyed at our Kennebunkport Beaches, plus when you stay at The Lodge at Turbat’s Creek, your beach pass is complementary!
- Kennebunk, Mother’s & Gooch’s Beach: Located on Beach Avenue off Routes 9 and 35. Long, sandy beaches to walk, sun, or play in the water. There are lifeguards and public restrooms at both Gooch’s Beach and Mother’s Beach, July through Labor Day. The string of beaches stretch along Beach Avenue from Gooch’s Beach past Lord’s Point are all connected by sidewalks making it a favorite to walkers, joggers and roller-bladers.
- Goose Rocks Beach: Located on King’s Highway off Route 9 North of Kennebunkport Village. This beach is 3 miles long and a favorite for beach walks and playing in the sand, it also provides great views of Eastern Goose Rocks and Timber Island. At low tide, you can just see a barrier reef rock formation offshore known as “Goose Rocks.” Sand dunes and beach grasses provide a sheltered nesting ground for local birds.
- Arundel Beach: Located off Ocean Anenue, near the Colony Hotel. This beach is also known as Colony Beach and is liked by those that love to clamber up it’s rocks.
- The Parson’s Way Shore Walk: A favorite ocean-side walk. Begin just past Dock Square and the marina. You’ll begin at Colony Beach, a beautiful beach across the road from the old Colony Hotel. Down the way, past St. Ann’s Church and on the way to Walkers Point you’ll see Spouting Rock and Blowing Cave, two dramatic seaside features of the Kennebunks. For more sightseeing you can make a long loop by continuing past Turbat’s Creek and take a left onto Wildes District Road for a walk back towards town or stop in to your room at The Lodge at Turbat’s Creek for an afternoon nap or dip in the pool.