Golf & Fitness

Please inquire at our Front Desk for information on local golf courses.  We are happy to help you to reserve a tee time.  

We encourage our guests to enjoy Ogunquit's beautiful scenery any way possible.  Many guests bring bicycles, kayaks, floats and fishing gear.  We ask guests to follow these guidelines for their equipment:      

     Bicycles, kayaks, etc. may not be taken into the rooms.  We have a bike rack near Room 43, but please bring your own locks.  All other items should be stored in or on your vehicle.  Kayaks may be launched from our dock.  You are also welcome to fish off our dock.

Ogunquit and the nearby towns have several nature preserves that are beautiful places to walk or run. There is, of course, the Marginal Way walk, Ogunquit’s scenic cliff-walk that meanders along the ocean for over a mile.  Walk this at different times of day, and enjoy the changes in tide and lighting.

Mount Agamenticus has 7000 acres awaiting your exploration, with trails for hiking, biking, and ATV driving.  The top of the mountain offers a huge, grassy plain with incredible views from all directions.  Picnic tables are provided.  Mount Agamenticus is famous as one of Maine's favorite hawk-watching sites.  Each fall, thousands of migrating hawks, including peregrine falcons, bald eagles and osprey are viewed from the summit.  The forests around Mount Agamenticus provide an important habitat for moose, white-tailed deer, and black bears.  The park is open from dawn until dusk, and is about 6 miles from Sea Chambers. 

If wildlife and bird-watching are your calling, head north into Wells and visit the Wells Reserve at Laudholm Farm.  Here you’ll witness 1600 scenic acres of research reserve including a 19th century saltwater farm, guided nature walks and educational programs, Visitors Center exhibits and gift shop, and seven miles of spectacular walkways and trails along upland fields, woodlands, salt marshes and beaches. 

Back-to-back with Laudholm Farm is the famous Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge.  The refuge is part of the Northeast Region US Fish & Wildlife Service. Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1966 in cooperation with the State of Maine to protect valuable salt marshes and estuaries for migratory birds. 

Lastly, Ogunquit and the nearby towns have an active yoga and exercise class community.  Please ask at our Front Desk for current brochures.