There is always something exciting going on around the Old Orchard Beach, Maine area! You can enjoy it all on our 7 mile stretch of powdery, pristine white sand that meanders through five communities; Pine Point, Old Orchard, Ocean Park, Ferry Beach, and ending in Camp Ellis. Besides the activities you can enjoy on Old Orchard beach, it also hosts a number of annual events, including a family sand sculpture competition, a s'mores and more bonfire, beach olympics, beach raid, annual lobster dip and so much more. Other community events are annual events that everyone looks forward to like the annual festivals, car shows, parades, Fourth of July festivities, art shows, numerous 5ks, concerts in the park, live entertainment in local clubs and pubs, and fireworks every Thursday night. These are just a few of the fun and exciting events in the area. Browse through TrueOOB event calendars to see all the happenings and the best of what Old Orchard Beach has to offer.
October 14 - October 20
AMERICAN WORKING MALINOIS ASSOCIATION WORKING DOG CHAMPIONSHIPS
The AWMA Championships will be held at the Old Orchard Beach Ballpark. It is the intent of the AWMA to preserve proper working ability and soundness in character and structure through the promotion of local clubs and national events that support IPO training, seminars, and working trials. The AWMA welcomes dogs of all breeds and fully supports the promotion of the sport throughout the United States. Come watch and be amazed as these dogs and their handlers preform in the National Championships. Get more info at 2019awma.com or oobballpark.com.Web Site
The AWMA Championships will be held at the Old Orchard Beach Ballpark. It is the intent of the AWMA to … More >>
January 1, 2020
Maine's original and largest ocean dip. Watch or join in as over 300 participants dip into the chilly waters as part of a fundraiser to benefit Special Olympics of Maine. For more information call 207-879-0489.<< Less
Maine's original and largest ocean dip. Watch or join in as over 300 participants dip into the chilly waters as … More >>