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Walker's Point is a wonderful place for the Bush family to call home, part of the time. George W. was there when we were visiting. We were told that if 3 flags were flying that it meant 1 of the Presidents was there. The US...More
You cannot go in, of course, but there is a pullout to see the Bush compound. It's on Ocean Avenue, take first right after bridge in Kennebunk Center if coming from south and just keep going. Can't miss it.
This little peninsula at the swell of Ocean Drive is holds the fiercely magnificent Bush compound. It is truly amazing. We could basically only see it from a distance, and, when were there, we spied little to no activity. We did see one SUV, but...More
It's a beautiful "neighborhood" and there is an easily accessible area to park to take photos. It's truly a compound. We saw lots of dark vans and SUVs parked near the gates and some people walking around near the big house. Worth a stop if...More
The Walker family was very smart when they purchased that piece of property 100+ years ago! I'm sure the family has enjoyed many happy (and sad) times there. We saw the Secret Service vehicles so we assume G.H.W. Bush was home. I hope he is...More
This part of the coastline is very wild and rugged and Walkers Point sits on its own rocks, interesting to see where a famous person lives if only from a distance. There are good pull ins which allow you to take in the view safely....More
Walkers' Point, the Bush family summer home, is set against the Atlantic Ocean in a picture postcard manner.
We are unafilliated voters, but this property feels like you are witnessing history and possibly catching sight of one of our Presidents, as well as staring at...More