What to do on Columbus Day Weekend in Ogunquit, Maine 2014

Traditionally Columbus Day Weekend notates the end of the season for many Maine Coast Businesses.


In Ogunquit, Maine it’s a celebration for all those who head south as the seasons change.  This Columbus Day weekend we enjoyed the Sidewalk Sale at the Kittery Outlets with incredible savings on over 100 Designer Outlets, the start of the Scarecrow Contest and some beautiful fall weather.  Just down the road from the Meadowmere Resort the Youth Enrichment Center at Hilton-Winn Farm hosted their Annual Fall Fun Farm Day to York County families and visitors.  Offering a unique setting to bring families to the outdoors for fun, fresh air and a chance to grow and learn from the natural world around them.  The activities included meeting Friendly Farm Animals, Pony Rides, Nature Based Arts & Crafts, Scarecrow Making, Pumpkin Painting, Nature Hikes, Haunted Walk and Hayrides and Live Music.

Of course true Mainers aren’t afraid of the cold air or fresh snow that is headed our way in a few weeks! At the Meadowmere Resort guests find winter to be the best time to enjoy the hot water in the Roman Spa and the glow of our fireplaces.  We’re here year round allowing guests to enjoy all four seasons with the warmth of Maine’s hospitality.  Here are a few service stories from Columbus Day Weekend.

Hannah was looking over reservations due to come in on Friday when she noticed one guest had two reservations on completely opposite sides of the building.  She took some time moving reservations around to get these guests in rooms side by side.

An elderly guest was visiting us in a motorized scooter, realizing that the battery was dying our staff called around to offer a variety of options for rentals in the area during their stay.

Michelle noticed we had guests joining us for their Birthday and Anniversary over the Holiday Weekend.  She headed down to the Village Food Market for some Maine Maple Lobster’s and a card for their room.

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