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All About Old Orchard, ME

History

Old Orchard is a town in York County, Maine, United States. The population was 8,960 at the 2020 census. It is part of the Portland-South Portland–Biddeford, Maine metropolitan statistical area.

The town includes the villages of Old Orchard Beach (also known as Old Orchard) and Saco. Old Orchard Beach is a popular summer beach resort. And home to the first carousel in the US.

The area was first settled about 1653 as part of Saco.  Old Orchard Beach was first visited by Europeans in 1614. The first permanent settlement in Old Orchard was established in 1653 when the area was part of Saco.

The Old Orchard Beach Pier was built in 1898, and at the time was one of the longest piers in New England, measuring over 1,000 feet (300 m) in length.  Over the years several storms destroyed the length of the pier. The current Pier was rebuilt in 1980 after destruction from the Blizzard of 1978 and is currently 500 stretching into the Atlantic Ocean.  The wooden walkway has plenty of shops, carnival-style food shops, and nightclubs.

The town has a total area of 10.61 square miles (27.50 km2), of which, 8.61 square miles (22.32 km2) it is land, and 2.00 square miles (5.18 km2) is water. Old Orchard Beach is drained by the Old Orchard River.

Attractions

– Old Orchard Beach Pier- Destination for restaurants, bars & entertainment, including comedy shows & live music, since 1898. 2 Old Orchard St, Old Orchard Beach, ME 04064

– Palace Playland- Palace Playland is a seasonal amusement park– Rides include Power Surge, Drop Zone, Matterhorn, Wave Swinger, Superstar, Pirate, Tilt-A-Whirl, Riptide, Orient Express, Adrenalin, three roller coasters and one water ride. 1 Old Orchard St, Old Orchard Beach, ME

– Old Orchard Beach- Old Orchard Beach is a popular summer beach resort. It is home to seven miles (11 km) of sandy beaches, an amusement park, Palace Playland, and many restaurants and gift shops. Renowned for its boardwalk, pier and Ferris wheel and carnival.

Restaurants

Joseph’s By the Sea- Elegant bastion in Old Orchard Beach pairs upscale seafood & steak with water views. 55 W Grand Ave, Old Orchard Beach

Big Daddy’s Bar and Grill- Laid-back place offering classic American fare such as seafood & burgers along with beer & wine. 2 W Grand Ave, Old Orchard Beach.

Pirates Patio and Galley- American grill fare, cocktails & happy hour in a scenic beachfront space with tables in the sand. 2 Walnut St, Old Orchard Beach.

Mainely Lobster Café- Low-key seafood joint with picnic tables doling out lobster rolls, soups, sandwiches & salads. 16 Old Orchard St, Old Orchard Beach.

Night Life

Brunswick Lounge- Live music and dining tables inside and out by the beach. 39 W Grand Ave, Old Orchard Beach.

Pier Patio Pub– Popular pub perched on the end of a 600-ft. pier serving easygoing pub fare & alcoholic beverages. 2 Old Orchard St, Old Orchard Beach.

Myst Oceanside Restaurant & Lounge- Bustling beachfront seafood joint for lobster, pasta & steak in lively digs with outdoor seating. 1 E Grand Ave, Old Orchard Beach

Old Orchard Beach Pier- Destination for restaurants, bars & entertainment, including comedy shows & live music. 2 Old Orchard St, Old Orchard Beach.

Education

Old Orchard Beach High School- 40 Emerson Cummings Blvd, Old Orchard Beach. Athletics: Football, Girls Soccer, Golf, X-Country, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Hockey, Baseball, Softball, Track and Field

Transportation

Old Orchard Beach station- is an Amtrak intercity train station in Old Orchard Beach, Maine. Amtrak’s Downeaster service seasonally between May and October. 11 1st St, Old Orchard Beach, ME 04064

Sports & Courts

Volleyball Unlimited- Volleyball club. 11 Millbrook Dr, Old Orchard Beach.

The Ballpark- Professional Baseball Games, Concerts and Dog Shows, and Fund-Raising Events. 7 Ballpark Way Old Orchard Beach, Maine.

In Pop Culture

According to Wikipedia:

The Magnetic Fields have a song entitled “Old Orchard Beach” on their 1992 album The Wayward Bus.

Maine author Josh Pahigian has a mystery novel entitled “Strangers on the Beach” set in Old Orchard Beach.

Part of Stephen King’s novel Thinner is set at Old Orchard Beach

The Archers Beach series by Sharon Lee (writer) has a setting inspired by Old Orchard Beach and Palace Playland.

The town (including the pier) is represented in the map of the 2014 open world racing video game The Crew and its 2018 sequel.