Welcome to

York Beach, Maine

 
 

The Yorks in southern Maine at 57.7 sq. miles is primarily made up of four areas including York Village, York Harbor, York Beach and Cape Neddick. Year round population is approx. 13,000 people and during the summer months it’s estimated to quadruple to 52,000 total population in season.


The Yorks of Maine have natural beauty, old New England seacoast charm, four sandy beaches, two lighthouses, a few conservation parks, an amusement park and zoo, a bowling alley, penny arcade, boutiques, and plenty of history. It offers outdoor fun with miles of long sandy beaches, coastal scenic byways, York’s Wild Kingdom, Brown’s Ice Cream, The Goldenrod, Fun O Rama, Rick’s All Seasons Restaurant, “Nubble Light”, shopping and so much more.


The Yorks of Maine seasonally offers visitors boating, kayaking and deep sea fishing, indoor and outdoor galleries including the York Art Association, the Museums of Old York with historic nine (9) house tours, nature preserves, hiking, biking at Mount Agamenticus Conservation and always the quaint picturesque "Down East" restaurants serving the freshest Maine lobsters and seafood found anywhere in the world.


Portland, ME; Manchester, NH; and Boston, MA are all within an hour’s drive.

 

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