As of the census its population was The summer resort's name means "beautiful place by the sea" in the Abenaki Indian language. Ogunquit, which means "beautiful place by the sea" in the indigenous Abenaki language, was first a village within Wellswhich was taken over by the white man.
By Andrew Collins. Here's a selection listed alphabetically of some of the best gay-popular bars, cafes, and restaurants in Ogunquit, Maine, a favorite GLBT seaside vacation town just a minute drive south of Portland the host of Southern Maine Gay Pride each June and a minute drive north of Boston Boston. Most popular from late spring through early fall, Ogunquit buzzes with several gay nightspots during the warmer months and remains a quieter but no less charming getaway in winter.
What are you looking for? Ogunquit Beach runs almost the entire length of a peninsula between the Ogunquit River and the Atlantic Ocean. Reasonable rates.
The ladi-back and congenial atmosphere of our Inn is complimented by its close proximity to all the resort activity in this seaside getaway. Three first floor common areas casually furnished with comfortable seating, library, dvd library, guest computer, piano, ice machine, and restaurant and attraction listings. Complimentary coffee and tea available in the common rooms.
If Maine had an official gay neighborhood, it would be Ogunquit. Known internationally as a gay resort town, Ogunquit does its best to match up to nearby P'town. Unlike the latter, Ogunquit is far less tucked away but rather smack on busy Route One.
In Ogunquit, I encountered Barbara, a crusty something broad in the best sense of the word who is a fixture at a bar called The Front Porch. Bon mots dropped from her acidic tongue between quick sips of her martini. It was love at first insult.
I know that everyone is tolerant but do we mix? My personal advice is to try a place if it looks interesting to you. To answer your question-there are some places that have a gay crowd.
Sometimes you just need to just go home to get recharged. Luckily part of my home for 13 years while living in Southern Maine was a little beach town called Ogunquit. However you want to pronounce it, Ogunquit, Maine is one of the gayest places in New England.
Abenaki Indians gave Ogunquit this name. When the English established Wells in these lands became a part of their settlement, remaining so until Shipbuilding developed along the tidal Ogunquit River and fishing became an important livelihood for many in the early years.