Welcome to Ocean Point, Maine! The perfect place to spend summer with family and friends - boating, playing tennis, swimming, enjoying the beauty of our location and the warmth of our community.
We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to responsible stewardship of properties and resources and to creating programs and activities at Ocean Point, Maine, for the enjoyment of all.
Don't forget these upcoming events...
Ocean Point Colony Trust Annual Meeting
Ocean Point Casino
Saturday, August 17th
Goodbye to the Casino!
Jamaican Night at the Ocean Point Inn hosted by the OPCT
Ocean Point Inn
Saturday, August 17th
Contact the Inn for reservations. Regular menu is also available.
Porch Party at the 1877 House
1877 House (109 Shore Rd)
Saturday, August 24th
BYOB and an appetizer to share. Rain date 8/25.
FMI: Patty Gardner at 610-952-4513 or Pasg@comcast.net
OP Fun Run and 5K a HUGE Success Raising over $2,000 for the Casino Preservation Fund!
A huge shout out to race coordinators Stephanie Kaler and Kelly Robbins for an amazing job executing an outstanding event!
July 2019 President's letter to the community
A Big Thank You!!
John Garrant, Ocean Point resident and sign maker, has donated a beautiful new Grimes Cove parking lot sign!
Andy Smith joins as 2019 Activities Director
We are excited to announce that Andy Smith will be joining us as Activities Director this season! Andy was a teacher for over 30 years, retiring in 2012. He was tennis coach at Springfield College and the University of Petroleum & Minerals (truly) and at several high schools in Connecticut. Andy is currently employed by Lime Rock Park, the road racing center of the East, as a flagger/corner worker and maintenance technician. Many of you will remember Andy as Ocean Point AD previously (’78, ’80, ’81 and 85-2001). Andy and his wife Nancy will be staying in the AD cottage. Please swing by and say hi or introduce yourself. Andy’s first day will be Wednesday, June 26th.
The AD hours this summer will be:
Tues – Fri: 8:00am – 11:00am and 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am – 1:00pm
Casino Preservation Project: Major Milestone Reached!
On Wednesday evening, February 20th, the Casino Preservation project cleared a significant hurdle. The site plan for the new casino and sports courts was unanimously approved by the Boothbay Planning Board. The only contingency was that the septic system be approved by a site evaluator. Patrick McGranaghan, Architect and John Edgerton, Civil Engineer led the formal presentation committee. The meeting was attended by Paul Taylor, Chair, Building Committee and Mike Anderson, President. In the audience were a few OPCT local members and it was estimated that many more watched the proceedings on line.
The following day in Augusta a meeting was held with the State of Maine Fire Marshall to review Life Safety regulations. The meeting was attended by Patrick McGranaghan and Pete Ripley, Building Committee member.
You can view all of our donors here
Check out our Preservation Project Pages!!