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Make Old Orchard Beach your next getaway—choose from 16 great vacation rentals

For more than 170 years, vacationers from New England, the mid-Atlantic, Canada, and beyond have flocked to Maine's Old Orchard Beach, a family-friendly community with seven miles of beautiful sand.

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Ocean Nest Unit 6 3D Tour
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Ocean Nest Unit 6 - Old Orchard Beach, ME

From $66
Vitamin Sea Unit 7
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 4

Vitamin Sea Unit 7 - Old Orchard Beach, ME

From $78
Beachfront Memories 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6 (4 Adults Max)

Beachfront Memories - Old Orchard Beach, ME

From $225
Old Orchard Beach House 3D Tour
4 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 12

Old Orchard Beach House - Old Orchard Beach, ME

From $252
The Captain's Ship 3D Tour
6 Bedroom | 3 Bath | Sleeps 14

The Captain's Ship - Old Orchard Beach, ME

From $531

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Recent Old Orchard Beach vacation rental reviews

Where to begin…. It was a lovely and affordable quaint little place. Thought it says it can fit four, we found that two people is plenty. The cabin served as a place to lay our heads and not a place to hang. We spent all of our 13 days on the beach, in Portland, and the pier. The beach is about 100 feet away and very clean. Portland was 30 minutes away and very navigational. The pier was a 20 minute walk and was wonderful. We also drove to Wells beach which is about 30 minutes. This cottage was very nicely centered for everything we wanted to do and what we did. Old Orchard Beach has and had a lot to offer and this place was in the perfect spot. The area was quiet and there are like 5 cottages to the property. If there is a downfall would be the bush by the entry door. We enjoyed our stay and would do it again in a heartbeat. We do recommend that you take the opportunity to book this place. I am already looking at the availability for next year. You snooze you loose. Thank you to the owner and the Services provided.
Thomas B. | Sep 2021
By the Sea is a lovely condo that has nearly everything you need for a wonderful family vacation! The location is ideal - close to the beach and walkable to OOB pier while still being relatively quiet, save for the occasional train! And it's an easy drive to Portland or Freeport. We look forward to returning one day!
Violet Y. | Sep 2021
The condo was beautifully decorated and very clean. It was close to restaurants shops and the beach. We were able to go downstairs in the morning to get breakfast and our coffee. Don’t let the outside fool you because the inside is stunning. The only negative is the hallway going up the stairs it could’ve been cleaner. Other than that we had an amazing time. We will definitely return next year.
Elizabeth A. | Sep 2021

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Today, this small seaside town of 9,000 residents swells to as many as 75,000 in the peak of summer, when visitors can enjoy a lovely sun-drenched beach, several nearby golf courses, New England's only beachfront amusement park, and a historic pier full of eateries, shops, games, concerts, and fireworks. And this epicenter of family fun is right outside your door when you stay at one of our charming Old Orchard Beach vacation rentals.

Where is Old Orchard Beach, ME?

Like many of Maine's most popular beaches, Old Orchard Beach is located in Southern Maine, just 17 miles south of Portland on the edge of Saco Bay. To the north are Cape Elizabeth and Prouts Neck, the peninsula once home to Winslow Homer's painting studio; to the south are the upscale towns of Kennebunk and Kennebunkport, both of which are only 18 miles away.

Although our Old Orchard Beach vacation rentals are a short driving distance from coastal Route One, the Amtrak Downeaster also stops within steps of the pier between early May and mid-October.

Things to do in Old Orchard Beach, ME

A classic east coast beach town in every sense, life in Old Orchard Beach revolves around the sand, the surf, and the Old Orchard Pier, which extends nearly 500 feet into the Atlantic Ocean. First opened to the public in 1898, the pier experienced the peak of its popularity in the mid-20th century, when legendary acts such as Frank Sinatra and Benny Goodman performed in the Pier Casino Ballroom. After being damaged by a series of storms, the pier reopened in its current form in 1980, entertaining visitors with shops, restaurants, nightlife, as well as summer fireworks displays that light up the sky each Thursday.

Taking a break from swimming, surfing, and sunbathing on the lifeguard-patrolled beach? Spend the day at Palace Playland, which features carnival rides for young children and thrill-seekers alike. Enjoy the ocean view from atop the classic Ferris wheel, take a turn around the carousel, or test your nerves (and stomach) on Adrenalin, Riptide, or Power Surge.

And if you're looking to play a round of golf, you'll find beautiful public courses at the Dunegrass Golf Club, the Biddeford-Saco Country Club, the Deep Brook Golf Course, and the Willowdale Golf Club - each within a seven-mile drive of Old Orchard Beach. 

Day trips from Old Orchard Beach, ME

Guests at our Old Orchard Beach vacation rentals need only follow Route One to reach some of the most extraordinary towns, beaches, lighthouses, and coastal landscapes in all of New England. 

Spend a day in the vibrant city of Portland, where you can sample the freshest of Maine lobster rolls at Fisherman's Grill or splurge on a farm-to-table feast at Fore Street. The quaint villages of Midcoast Maine are just beyond, from the charming riverfront town of Wiscasset to the rugged shores around Phippsburg. Care to remain closer to home? The iconic Portland Head Light, which guards the shores of Cape Elizabeth 18 miles north, dates all the way back to 1791, while Scarborough Beach State Park features gorgeous sand dunes and convenient beach equipment rentals just 12 miles north.

It's never too early to begin planning your next summer escape - let these Southern Maine vacation rentals become your next home away from home!