Ogunquit Beach

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Ogunquit's raison d'etre
Ogunquit, and its beach, are iconic. The bars alone are no reason to vaca here, but to just drive through the town, you'd never know there is a beach within walking distance. Head down Beach Road, at the intersection of Route One and Shore. Turn left onto the beach and past the roped buoy where you will then spot the boys. Don't be fooled by the French Canadians closer to the entrance - they are just straight men who found fashion before the rest of North America.


    • empire1guy
      empire1guy Over a year ago
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      On the Beach Fun!
      Spent 5 days in Ogunquit their year and it was great. We were on the beach every day. Head to the beach and as you enter turn left. Keep walking past the volley ball net and soon you will enter the less populated gay section. Lots of room and no screaming children. The sand is perfect and the water fun to play in. Bring chairs and an umbrella to enjoy the fun. Guys tend to be friendly and the views are great. If you don't have chairs or umbrella there is a small store just before the beach entrance where you can rent. Enjoy!

    • southendjt
      southendjt Over a year ago
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      My favorite spot is Herring Cove in Provincetown, but this beach's white sands and shallow shores are remarkable. Keep walking down the beach- the straights eventually thin out -and the gays mark their spot with colorful umbrellas and such styling bathing suits! :)

    • Gaytravelers
      Gaytravelers Over a year ago
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      Nice gay beach!
      We have been going to Ogunquit for several years and always "hit the beach". Everything about Ogunquit is wonderful (like it much better than Ptown). A VERY walking town. Just a short walk from our gay owned B and B is the gay beach where you can meet lots of other gays. Don't miss it!

    • 1outta4
      1outta4 Over a year ago
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      There's nothing to say about Ogunquit beach except that it's absolutely gorgeous. The water is cold, but the sand is warm and powder-soft, and the view from the beach is amazing. One can see for miles in either direction. We saw a few cute gays, especially further north by the big number 3 and the first bridge over the dunes. This beach has any P-town beach beat hands down.