Kennebunkport in Maine, USA, boasts their state as, "The Place to be all Year".
Kennebunkport is known for among others, Walker's Point, the summer residence of past US President, George H.W. Bush. The estate is a favorite spot for visitors to take a snapshot of the estate, as it lies on a circular enclave, perfect for souvenir photo shots. On busy days, it could be a challenge to get a parking spot, as the road is narrow. You are at the mercy of other visitors, who would be kind enough to leave early and free-up a parking spot for the next visitor to get a good souvenir shot of the stunning backdrop.
For many, Maine is synonymous with clams and lobster, therefore, starving travelers will find delight at The Clam Shack (http://theclamshack.net/). Try the take out menu: Clam Lunch Box which includes French fries, coleslaw and sauce. Visitors have the option to buy fresh lobster or dine-in at their Seafood Market. When asked about The Clam Shack, for many locals, they say, visiting The Clam Shack is a "timeless summer ritual, good for the soul and a nostalgic taste of Maine."