Additional Information

Church Street Station is on Saco Avenue in Old Orchard Beach, Maine. OOB is a unique seaside community with 7 miles of sandy beach, The Pier housing restaurants, nightclub and shops, New England’s only oceanfront amusement park, and many restaurants, shops and other entertainment venues. Because OOB is also a vibrant year round community, there is also a shopping center with grocery and hardware store, post office, bank, and laundry mat. The town library is located centrally downtown, along with many other local necessities for residents.

Get to know OOB:

The official Town of Old Orchard Beach’s website provides detailed information on issues of concern to citizens including ordinances, town meetings, recycling, and other information.

 

 

The Old Orchard Beach Police Department, in partnership with the community, works to ensure that all laws are fairly and equitably enforced, treats all of the town’s inhabitants with courtesy and respect, and strive together to create a safe place to live for our residents and guests.

 

The Old Orchard Beach Fire Department is committed to providing the highest level public safety services for our community.  We protect lives and property through fire suppression, emergency medical response, disaster management, fire prevention and public education.

 

 

OOB has three schools, accommodating grades K – 12, as well as Adult Education and other community programs. All students in Old Orchard Beach are offered equitable access to high-quality teaching and rigorous learning opportunities in a safe and nurturing setting on the beautiful coastline of Southern Maine. Learn more.

 

 

The OOB community Chamber of Commerce website can fill you in on special events going on, membership, and local business information.

 

 

No one comes to OOB without visiting The Pier! Named one of the TOP 10 Boardwalks in America, The Pier with five restaurants, five bars, a nightclub, along with daily live entertainment, is a must-visit attraction that keeps both visitors and locals coming back!

 

Palace Playland in Old Orchard Beach, Maine is New England’s only beach front amusement park, offering rides and amusements for the young and the thrill seeker. Our rides include a classic Ferris wheel, carousel, two roller coasters and other thrill rides.

 

Surrounding Areas:

Catch a movie at the Saco Cinemagic & IMAX theater

More amusement and water park fun can be had at Funtown Splashtown USA in Saco

Plenty of rainy day shopping is available at The Maine Mall in South Portland

Shop outlets galore in Freeport

Other Helpful Links:

Get around via OOB’s own seasonal Trolley service, public bus service via Shuttle Bus Zoom, the Downeaster  train and the Portland Jetport

The official website of the State of Maine

VisitMaine.com, the Maine Office of Tourism

MaineTourism.com, a guide by the Maine Tourism Association

OOB is just minutes from Maine’s largest city Portland

Explore Maine’s national parks and state parks