Welcome to the Kennebunks!
We invite all visitors to our beautiful coastal community … only these days our usual warm welcome is masked for your safety and our collective concern. That means you might not be able to see our smiles, but we’re still here to answer any questions and help make your stay as “normal” as possible.
Yes, our restaurants are open for safe indoor service — and the takeout options
are endless. Most shops are open for business as “usual” now — with masks and hand sanitizer at the door!
We are all going above and beyond to safely embrace you within our beautiful state. We’ve even created the Kennebunkport Promise
— our promise to you, our employees and our community members that we are taking every precaution to keep people healthy. We will kindly ask you do your part as well, by wearing a mask and sanitizing your hands while out and about.
We’re fortunate that Maine has one of the lowest rates in the country. To help us keep it that way, we ask that you visit only if you’re feeling well. Our state has a plan in place to keep us all healthy. You can check it out here
The Chamber is also ready to welcome you back and help you plan your trip to the Kennebunks. We can be reached from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday at (207) 967-0857. Our Water Street office is open via window service Monday to Friday (excluding holidays). Our Chase Hill kiosk provides self-serve local information any time. And, of course, our website is available on all mobile devices, as are all of our guidebooks.
Our beaches are still open, and our shops, restaurants, lodging and all other businesses have made adjustments. So come back to the Kennebunks, where every day is a vacation!
States exempt from testing or quarantine requirements: Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.
Unless traveling from an exempted state, have had COVID-19 within the previous 90 days, or are fully vaccinated, visitors to Maine must either provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test or quarantine for 10 days. For more information visit Maine.gov.