Biddeford is a city in York County, Maine, United States. It is the principal commercial center of York County. The population was 21,277 at the 2010 census. Twin city of Saco, Biddeford includes the resort community of Biddeford Pool, Fortunes Rocks and Granite Point. The town is the site of the University of New England and the annual La Kermesse Franco-Americaine Festival. First visited by Europeans in 1616, it is the site of one of the earliest European settlements in the United States.
Restaurants in Biddeford
4.5 based on 360 reviews
As Northern New England’s largest water and amusement park, Funtown Splashtown USA attracts families from around the region.
Start at Splashtown because the lines are obscene by noon. An hour wait for a slide is ridiculous. They were fun, but not worth the lines.
Funtown is an average small amusement park. Most rides are or the shake n bake variety
Overall, had fun but not rushing back.
4.5 based on 135 reviews
We have been to the Pirate's Cove Miniature Golf in Bar Harbor several times and have always had a wonderful experience. Well, the one in OOB lived up to the high standards. Go first thing in the morning when they open, temperatures are cooler and not crowded. The staff was very friendly and very efficient. Would we return, absolutely!
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Driving along the ocean, I came to Fortunes Rocks Beach. At the parking area, there were signs stating that only permit parking was allowed May 1 – September 15 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. So, it was a limited access beach for non-residents.
It wasn’t crowded when I got there about 5:00 PM. I walked a bit to get a good look at it. This beach was well beyond the enormous Fortunes Rocks. It was a pretty nice beach. I rate it at 4.0.
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4.5 based on 180 reviews
This is a walk that not many tourists even know about (it's not as famous as the one in Ogunquit up the road). However, it's less crowded, more peaceful, and has beautiful views of the harbor, a small beach, gorgeous homes and summer 'cottages', and glimpses of the ocean. Great little path to walk off a delicious meal at the nearby York Harbor Inn restaurant.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
Located between Old Orchard Beach and Saco, this 117-acre park offers white sand beaches with swimming, picnicking, trail hiking and guided nature programs.
We had stopped at Old Orchard Beach area on our recent...it was mobbed and after walking around and checking out the Playland our little group decided that we really wanted a quieter spot. We stopped at Subway in OOB and looked around for another beach and discovered Ferry Beach State Park. Yes, we had to pay to get in. But this is a State Park, this is some of the way they fund the park. We were the only people in the picnic area, which was shady and comfortable. After lunch we made our way to the beach area. We were so not disappointed. Found a nice spot to sit and enjoy the view. Spent several hours here. The ocean was beautiful. We will be back on our next summer vacation.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
If you're passing by on US Rte. 95 in Maine, Old Orchard is worth a few hours as a side trip but I would not make it a destination. Most of the motels are older tho clean enough and most have a pool, even those which are across the street from the beach. Restaurants are nothing special. There are lots of snack facilities right at the beach where fried foods abound. Expect to pay about $15 to park your car near the beach for a few hours. There is going to be some walking so if mobility is an issue it might be a problem. The beach itself is large by Eastern US standards, nice and sandy with a boardwalk in the central location. Swimming can be fun but there is a bit of an undertow and the water is a tad chilly as it is central Maine. If it were me I'd head for Boothbay or up to Bar Harbor and make it an overnight.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
This place rocks...literally.
Came for a tasting. Upon arriving the first impression was "cool" making use of an old brick factory building.
Upon entering the first thing I noticed were the groovy Peaveys hanging from the ceiling then I saw the albums and turn table and requested Zeppelin which was promptly played.
Having never been to a brewery before I was in awe. I had the opportunity to watch the process while tasting four samples. My favorite was the pepperell.
My friends enjoyed the Russian imperial stout.
I was impressed with "green" ! Reusing so much that others would discard for being out dated & out of fashion but this was I found so cool. Getting back to home grown brews and home grown business it's the American Dream displayed right before your eyes. Excellent beer...a must if your in this neck of the woods!
4.5 based on 268 reviews
World's largest electric railway museum with a world-class collection of transit vehicles. Visitors experience a powerful connection to transit history - ride antique rail cars on our private railroad; enjoy exhibits, museum store, picnic tables and hiking trails. Appealing to all age groups. We offer a variety of special events throughout the season for adults, kids, families, transit fans!
Beautifully restored trolleys from all over the United States. Take time to ride a trolley and learn how they served the area until buses provided transportation. I was head of a group that toured the Trolley museum. Many positive comments were heard.Thank you for your review-so glad that your group enjoyed their visit.
4 based on 476 reviews
The only beach front amusement park in New England. Lots of fun rides and food for the whole family.
Lots of carnival style rides, a few newer rides and cheesy carnival games. We all loved every bit of our visit here. The bracelet is the best value for the rides if you plan on staying for any length of time.
Also had fun playing the arcade games. Try not think about how much money you spend to win tickets so you can get a toy from the prize desk.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
Everything on the menu is priced at $5.99 or less ... including their steak dinner. When we first tried Mulligans I assumed the meals would reflect the low prices but I was surprised that all the meals are really good sized and delicious. Now I'm not saying it is gourmet ... of course not at $5.99 or less, but everything we have tried has been really good. After 4PM you have the option of getting a baked potato .. and it is really big and one of the best baked potatoes you will get. In addition to the steak, we have tried the stuffed haddock, grilled chicken, chili and Caesar salad ... never disappointed. The pasta with marinara sauce is also a good side ... I like the sauce enough to ask them to put it on the grilled chicken (awesome!). BTW, even the drinks are reasonably priced (beers from $3 to $4). Good desserts also ... especially like the strawberry shortcake.
Very good food, great "old mill" atmosphere and prices that are VERY kind to your wallet. Don't even think about not trying it!!
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