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Vacation Rental Price Information in Bridgton
We analyzed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows vacation rental prices for the next twelve months in Bridgton. Prices reach a peak a week in December. The price per night in a vacation rental in Bridgton this week (12/22 - 12/29) costs on average $296. The week with the lowest average prices is in July (7/27 - 8/3).
Rental Availability Information in Bridgton
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Bridgton. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in December (12/22 - 12/29). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in June (6/1 - 6/8).
The Weather in Bridgton
Find the Bridgton climate diagram. July is the warmest month of the year in Bridgton with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 82°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 8° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Discover Maine's coast with beachside Bridgton vacation homes
On the verge of the White Mountain National Forest, your vacation home in Bridgton, Maine lies close to Portland and the vibrant coastal towns along the Atlantic. With points of interest scattered along the coastline, there's plenty here to enjoy besides the blissful beaches and unique culture of Maine's southern coast.
Delve into Maine's history at the Museums of Old York
The Museums of Old York are the best place in the state to learn about its Native American inhabitants. Quaint York town was founded by the British in 1624 and many of the original buildings have been preserved. The Old York Gaol (a former colonial prison) and Emerson-Wilcox house remain, the latter of which is now a museum of the decorative arts. Meanwhile, John Hancock Wharf highlights the maritime history of the region with a fascinating collection of artifacts.
Whales and all-American artwork
Children will love flower-filled Fort Foster Park, where the trails offer sea views and picnic areas.The little ones can discover bountiful sea life in the tide pools, and you can also visit the historic Whaleback Ledge Lighthouse, even if you don't spot a whale off the coast. The Ogunquit Museum of American Art is worth visiting just for its incredible ocean views. Overlooking the Atlantic from a precipice, the collection offers a unique insight into American life and culture.
Lobsters and lighthouses
Venture to Nubble Light, the stately lighthouse that has guided ships through Cape Neddick since Victorian times. It is one of the most famous sights in Maine. Take in the breathtaking panorama and indulge in some of Maine's famous lobster at the superb lobster restaurant at the lighthouse. Head over to Kennebunkport Museum in The Kennebunks, which is also known as the "Bush Museum" and charts the 130-year long relationship between the presidential family and this area.
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