Discover Ocean Gate Resort
Just Minutes from Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Ocean Gate Resort is a 65-room waterfront resort on Southport Island, Maine, less than 10 minutes from downtown Boothbay Harbor. Nestled among wooded pine trees on 33 acres characterized by ocean-views, the resort is a modern take on the classic Maine camp experience, and features a full array of recreational amenities including an outdoor heated pool and hot tub, canoes and kayaks launched from our private dock, miniature golf course, fire pit with Adirondack chairs, bikes to explore the area, and tennis and basketball courts. Almost all of our guestrooms feature ocean-views, while most offer private balconies or decks.
We welcome guests from May through October, and also invite you to learn more about weddings and events at Ocean Gate.
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Ocean Gate Resort features a variety of accommodations, with almost all offering spectacular ocean views and many featuring private balconies or decks. For families, consider a private cottage or one of our suites! Wake up each morning to the smell of freshly brewed coffee and a hot breakfast served daily, always included when you book direct!
Nestled on 33 acres of wooded pines and waterfront vistas, Ocean Gate Resort offers a wide range of activities where guests can make the most of the resort’s complimentary activities, including kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, tennis, basketball, fishing in our private pond, mini golf, and relaxing in our hot tub or heated outdoor swimming pool!
Explore The Area
Located just 10 minutes by car from downtown Boothbay Harbor, Ocean Gate Resort is the perfect spot to use as “home base” for your Maine coast excursions! Visit the many coastal parks and beaches, go on a day cruise, or try lobstering!
Weddings & Group Events
Dreaming of a stunning ocean-view backdrop for your wedding day, celebration, or corporate group? The picturesque setting of Ocean Gate Resort promises to be the ideal venue…
Enjoy the beauty of Boothbay, Maine
Boothbay Harbor has long been a safe haven for mariners. During inclement weather Boothbay Harbor could hold hundreds of ships and provide safety from storms. Now, each summer, Boothbay Harbor swells, drawing tourists in place of weary mariners to enjoy the local and state attractions. The Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, state aquarium, art galleries, restaurants, lighthouse tours, and whale watching are just a taste of what this special part of the area has to offer.