Marginal Way Walk is a 2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Ogunquit, Maine that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and birding and is best used from April until November.
Nice views. Paved trail. Beautiful water. Enjoyed it.
Ogunquit was beautiful. We relaxed at the rocky part of the shore along the Marginal Way trail. The surf was clear and pounding; families congregated in each of the coves, and the throngs of beach-goers were along the sand beach in the distance. Marginal Way is an easy stroll along the shore, heavily traveled in summer.
Awesome Oceanfront hike. Love it. Have gone several times with my Wife and best Friends!! You will not be disappointed!!
As good as it gets!! One problem: No Dogs Allowed. This is wrong on so many levels.
We went in July. Best place in the world.
Ocean was active! Beautiful scenery !
I've been walking this trail since I was a kid with my family, it's extremely easy to walk and pets are allowed as long as they are kept on a leash. The best part of this trail is a tie between the view and the ability to climb out onto the rocks! There's two points in the trail, one in Ogunquit and one in Perkins Cove. if you're looking for good food and shopping Perkins Cove delivers.
we go every year and love it, can't wait to go again. the most amazing photos ever
Paved and easy walk. But the views are amazing. If the ocean is your thing, and your in the area....this is a must see. Beautiful
Great little walk along the seaside with my husband and 3 kids. With Lots of places to stop and explore the beach along the way!
very easy very beautiful walk and great places to eat