From the carousel and arcades at York Beach to the peace and quiet of the wilderness areas, the gateway region truly is an ideal vacation spot -- for all reasons and in all seasons. There are miles of sandy beaches: the popular Long Sands and Short Sands, and the more secluded Cape Neddick, Harbor Beaches and Kittery beaches. The Old York Historical Society operates a community museum, which includes the oldest jail in America,where "history comes alive" for all ages. You'll find Maine's largest zoo and amusement park in the heart of York Beach, and on a clear day you can see miles of scenic coast from the top of Mount Agamenticus. No trip to York is complete without a trip to Nubble Lighthouse, perhaps the most beautiful.

There are family-oriented special events year-round in York, including Harvestfest in October, and York Days, a week-long celebration of summer in York Beach. A wealth of fine restaurants and accommodations, including oceanfront resorts, hotels, campgrounds, and cozy bed & breakfasts, will make your stay comfortable and memorable. Sourced with thanks from The Greater York Region Chamber of Commerce YORK LINKS: Official Website of the Town of York Maine York, Maine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia York ME, York Harbor and York Beach Maine York ME, York Harbor and York Beach Maine York, Maine Travel and Vacation City Guide: Maine Resource Guide Dining, lodging, events, and attractions in York, Maine.

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