Ocean Avenue and Cape Porpoise (8 Miles)
Definitely bring your camera on this ride or walk. Head out of Dock Square on Ocean Avenue with the water on your right.Ocean Avenue is heavily traveled so families with young children may want to take another route.You will be riding or walking parallel to the Kennebunk River. Bear right at the Wilde’s District Fire Station and stay on Wilde’s District road all the way into Cape Porpoise. Here you will find a working fishing village with great vistas and traditional Maine fare. When you have had enough lobster, hop on your bike and backtrack your route back into town.
Goose Rocks Beach, Kennebunkport (11 Miles)
From Dock Square take North Street to Arundel Road. Follow Arundel Road past the horse farm and take a right on to Goose Rocks Road. Follow Goose Rocks Road to the end and go straight across Route 9. At the end of the Dyke Road you will find the pristine Goose Rocks Beach. This happens to be the ride with the least amount of traffic. When it’s time to
return follow the same roads back to town.
Kennebunk Beach, Kennebunk (7 Miles)
From Dock Square go up the hill to the traffic light and take a left onto Beach Avenue. After a couple minutes you will see the Fransiscan Monastery. A walk on the grounds is well worth the time spent. Please lock your bike when you enter, as bike riding is not allowed in the Monastery grounds. Continue down toward the beach by taking a left out of the Monastery back onto Beach Avenue. Kennebunk Beach is now straight ahead about one mile. Follow the ocean for the next two miles. From there, it’s a short ride back along the beach, or up Sea Road to the light, the take a right to get back into town.
Bridal Path, Kennebunk
This flat, dirt path is about two miles long, and parallels the Mousam River for the majority of the ride. This Bike Tour is an excellent ride for beginners and families. For access, park at Sea Road School on Sea Road, or on Route 9 south just before the bridge over the river.
Kennebunkport Conservation Trust, Gravelly Brook Road
Trails vary in length, width, topography and use. Some are conducive to bird watching and viewing wildlife. For more information on this site as well as other Trust properties, see www.kporttrust.org.
The Eastern Trail, a 65-mile section of the East Coast Greenway stretching from Kittery to South Portland, has entrances in both Kennebunk (at Kennebunk Elementary School off Alewive Road) and Arundel (on Limerick Road). The trail is perfect for cycling. The Bike Tour trail is approximately 10 feet wide. For more information, maps and trail rules, please visit
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