The Kennebunkport Festival is an early summer, week-long festival filled with fine local food, art and wine celebrating the creativity and hospitality of Kennebunkport and Southern Maine artists, chefs, restaurants, inns and hotels.The fall brings beautiful changing colors and foliage and festive activities for the whole family.

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Kennebunkport is great to visit year-round, with something new to do in every season at the many annual events.

Kick the summer off with Kennebunkport's annual Memorial Day Parade, where George and Barbara Bush were known to make appearances and speeches.

They say that February is for LoversĀ here in Kennebunkport, and it is the perfect time for that romantic getaway.

Several local inns, resorts and bed and breakfasts offer special packages at this time to fit your budget, candlelight dinners and chocolate fests add something extra special to your Valentine's getaway to Kennebunkport.

From gorgeous beaches and scenic lighthouses to boat tours and unique shopping boutiques, and the best restaurants in Southern Maine, there is something for everyone!

Colony Beach, a 150-foot stretch of sand located at the mouth of the Kennebunk River, is named for its location in front of the grand old Colony Hotel, usually offering small waves along its rocky sand.

There are many opportunities for boating adventures, located directly in town.

Whale watching tours are popular attractions in Kennebunkport for visitors who hope to catch a glimpse of one of these large and magnificent creatures out at sea.

Dock Square, the center of town in Kennebunkport, is known for its quaint boutiques and local craft shops, selling everything from souvenir shirts to hand crafted jewelry.

Dock Square is also home to many highly rated restaurants including Mabel's where the Bush family dines and the Clam Shack which has appeared on the Food Network for its famous lobster roll, fried clams, and mouth watering seafood.

Whale watch trips from Kennebunkport travel about 17 miles to Jeffrey's Ledge to spot whales.