It looks like the summer of 2021 is going to be a lot more normal than the summer of 2020.  We're starting to see the return of festivals, amusement parks, fairs, and concerts.

On top of that, people who avoided taking a vacation in 2020 are planning a big summer vacation this year.  As things are not completely back to normal (yet), many people are planning to vacation a lot closer to home than they normally would.

This means day trips to New England attractions, or maybe a weeklong stay in one of Maine's amazing tourist communities.  Old Orchard Beach, Bar Harbor, Kennebunkport, or Wells, for example.

With that in mind, we have put together a list of some amazing oceanside rentals from Airbnb.  All of them are close to the water, and some are even on an actual beach.

Check out our list...

5 Maine Oceanside Rentals

Planning a getaway on the coast of Maine, but you don't want to stay in a hotel? Check out these unique oceanside rental options from Airbnb. Keep in mind that terms, offerings, and prices may have changed since this article was written.

Which of the above was your favorite?  Why was it your favorite?

Now, we want your help.  What other properties need to be on our list?  If the are on Airbnb and VRBO, send us a message through our app or on Facebook.  Just send us the link so we can check the place out.

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