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If your trip to Yarmouth is all booked but your itinerary is a little on the empty side, let us give you a few hints and tips.
Fun and adventure await around every turn here. A few of the most popular attractions close by are Clay Play, Eartha and Twin Brook Recreation Area. Leave enough space on your itinerary to see them all.
If you find yourself with a bit of extra time and you're willing to travel 62 miles, take a look at Camden. This vibrant destination has plenty to keep you busy. Camden Public Library, Camden Hills State Park and Camden Harbor Park and Amphitheatre alone make the drive out here worthwhile. Don't skip Ogunquit - Wells either! Just 43 miles away, St. Peter’s By-The-Sea Protestant Episcopal Church, Mount Agamenticus and Old Marsh Country Club are must-sees here.
Yarmouth has some gorgeous stretches of coastline, and there's no better way to explore them than from behind the wheel of your very own rental car. See what interesting shells and treasures you can find lying along the shore at one of these famous beaches:
Here are our suggestions on how to hop behind the wheel of a rental car with some extra cash in your wallet:
With your very own rental vehicle, Yarmouth is yours to experience. People journey to this captivating city for a host of reasons, and here at CarRentals.com we have a different car for each of them. The top priority for large families is space (and legroom). Depending on the size of the family, that could mean anything from a full-size car to a van. Thrifty travelers usually go for the affordability and great mileage of our smaller rentals, such as an economy or a mini. If you want to make a grand entrance in Yarmouth, you could even peruse our special category for a ride that'll make any car fan wobbly at the knees.
Sometimes the journey is more significant than the destination, which makes choosing the right car important. If you're planning an amazing road trip around Yarmouth, a comfortable SUV could be the answer. If you'd like the cheapest possible price and plan on doing a lot of city driving, an economy car is hard to beat. All you need to do is work out what'll suit you best, throw your bags in the trunk, and hit the road.