Kennebunk, Maine

The pristine seaside community of Kennebunk is located just 90 miles north of Boston. It is drained by the Kennebunk River and Mousam River and is home to several beaches, the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, the 1799 Kennebunk Inn, many historic shipbuilders' homes, and the Nature Conservancy Blueberry Barrens (Blueberry Plains). Kennebunk and neighboring towns Kennebunkport and Arundel comprise school district RSU 21.


Kennebunk is popular for its small town community spirit and antique charm. The town has preserved its early architecture, the most noted of which is a Wedding Cake house- a historic house built in 1825 by shipbuilder George W. Bourne. The life in Kennebunk is simple but it does not mean the neighborhood lacks modern amenities. It has a district of souvenir shops, grocery stores, coffee shops, and art galleries, all within the walking distance.


Most noted for its oceanfront location, Kennebunk is an ideal place to live all year around.  New to Kennebunk? You can cruise out of Cape Porpoise on a working lobster boat or browse the charming shops, galleries and antique stores. Spend days exploring rugged coastline, or strolling around the wide sandy beaches and enjoying the spectacular views of the deep blue Atlantic.



Useful links for Kennebunk:



Brick Store Museum -

Kennebunk Free Library-

Nature Carson National Wildlife Refuge-

Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge-

Rsu 21( the schools of Kennebunk, Arundel and Kennebunkport)-

Kennebunk High School-

Kennebunk River Club-

Kennebunk Beach Triathlon Club-

The Kennebunk Inn-

50 Local-

On the Marsh-

Duffy’s Tavern & Grill-