high season: mid-June to August
low season: mid-December to March
shoulder season: April to mid--June, September to mid--December
Weather InformationOgunquit experiences four seasons, with average high temperatures reaching into the 70s in summer and dropping into the 30s and low 40s in winter. Spring and fall see high temperatures ranging between the 40s and 60s. Rain is common throughout the year, but the heaviest rain falls in October.
Crowd InformationAlong with the busy summer months, events also attract crowds, including Patriots' Day Weekend Celebration in April, the Sidewalk Art Show and Sale in August, Capriccio in September, OgunquitFest in late October, and Christmas by the Sea two weeks after Thanksgiving.
Closure InformationHotels, restaurants, and attractions are more likely to close between mid-December and mid-April, or between Christmas by the Sea and Patriots' Day.
When to SaveThe most expensive time to visit is during July and August, when the beachgoers show up. Winter is the least expensive time to go, as it's too cold for the beach.
Information provided by the Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce