Go Cross-Country Skiing at the Town Forest

The Smith Preserve is a popular destination for hiking during the summer months, but many visitors do not realize that there is year-round access to this pristine recreational area. During the winter, the trails that wind throughout the preserve are open for cross-country skiing. 

Embark on a Winter Trolley Ride at the Seashore Trolley Museum

The Seashore Trolley Museum offers authentic trolley rides along its track throughout the entire year, but there is no journey quite as memorable as the one that can be enjoyed during the winter. 

Enjoy a Charming Horse-Drawn Sleigh Ride Over the Snow Bank

In Kennebunkport, you can stop by Rockin’ Horse Stables, where you can enjoy a warm and cozy horse-drawn sleigh ride along the soft snow. When your excursion is done, you can warm up with a steaming cup of freshly-made hot cocoa. 

Dine Inside a Gondola

The historic Kennebunkport Inn has designed an innovative experience for both residents and visitors in the community. Situated outside of the building, guests and visitors will find several bright red gondolas that have been designed as their own micro-restaurants. 

Stop by Nubble Light to Snap a Photo

Officially known as the Cape Neddick Lighthouse, Nubble Light is a stately light tower located on a small island off the coast of York Maine. Locals know it best as the Nubble Lighthouse, and while it is beautiful at any time of year, it’s particularly majestic during the winter months. 

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