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Rock Climbing: Conquer Your Mountain
Windsurfing: Catch The Wind and Ride!
Cool Playgrounds: Nothing Beats A Day In The Park!
Hockey: Maine College Teams Kick It Up
Deep Sea Fishing: Catch & Release OR Catch & Feast
Brick Store Museum: History In The Heart Of Kennebunk
RV Sites: Got An RV? Find A Place To Go!
Coastal Railroad: Ride The Rails Back Through History
Fishing, Swimming & Picnicing: Ferry Beach Has It All!
Animal Farms: Get Dirty On A Maine Farm
Sebago Lake: A Birds Eye View From Douglas Mountain
Spa Day: Relax And Be Pampered
Rock Climbing: Unleash The Spiderman In You!
Forcing Bulbs: Enjoying Springtime Blooms In The Winter
Gingerbread Cookies: A Christmas Tradition
State Parks: Find Camping, Hiking, Swimming & A Little History
Hollywood Slots: Bangor's Real Excitement
Trains & Christmas Trees: A Train Lovers Dream
The Super Duck: Portland's Amphibious Tour Boat
Western Lakes Region: Camping and Hiking Destination
Floatplane Tours Moosehead Lake: The Ultimate Panoramic View
Mt. Blue State Park: An Outdoor Adventure Awaits
Acadia: Things To Do And See
Biddeford: Growing Arts Scene, Eclectic Shopping & Fun Dining Spots
Cumberland Fair: 135 Years And Still Going Strong
The Magic Of Christmas: The Portland Symphony Orchestra's Seasonal Event
Sightseeing Tour: Exploring Casco Bay
Bar Harbor: Dive In Theater-A Look At Life On The Sea Floor
Gardening: Plant, Sprout and Enjoy!
Visit The Patten Lumbermen's Museum
Adult Education Classes: Broaden Your Horizons
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Things To Do In Maine

Welcome to Whether you are a Mainer or a visitor you will find plenty of things to do in Maine. This site is simple by nature, you can either browse through a well-rounded list of things to do in Maine, or search for things to do in Maine by season, location, or activity. For example, if you are looking for something to do in Maine during the Fall season, simply type "Fall" into our search bar and you will get a list of possible things to do. Keep checking back as we are constantly adding things to do in Maine. So, next time you ask someone or someone asks you, "What do you want to do?" you can come to for the answer.

Antiquing By The Dozens: Follow The Downeast Trail

Summer, Fall & Spring: Maine is a great spot to spend some time popping into the many antique shops that line the Route 1 corridor. With so many places to choose from a great way to spend a day trip is to visit what is known as the “Downeast Trail”. The trail begins in Ellsworth which is a beautiful coastal town near Bar Harbor. The scenery along this route makes for great photo opportunities of the coastline and wildlife of the area. Heading toward Surry you will eventually find yourself in Blue Hill. Between Ellsworth and Blue Hill the antique shops line the roadway. Be sure to stop into the Big Chicken Barn Books and Antiques which is choke full of furniture, glass, china and over 150,000 books! You could literally spend an entire afternoon just exploring the 20,000sf

(Downeast Acadia)

Craft Classes: Dare To Be Creative

Spring, Summer, Fall & Winter: People love to do crafts and it’s a great way to keep the kids busy during down time at home. From scrapbooking to painting and jewelry making there is plenty to choose from. If you are looking for craft classes a great place to start is your local adult education program at your area high school. There is usually a good selection that can be found and the prices are always very reasonable. Another place to check out is your local craft supply shops like Michaels. Often they will have a schedule available and classes range from wreath making and flower arranging to beading classes and jewelry making. The great thing about these classes are they are held on site and all the supplies you need can be found right in the store. If you are looking

(Greater Portland)

Jet Skiing: Explore The Songo Locks On Sebago Lake

Summer: Maine has plenty of lakes to head out on and enjoy some jet skiing. With all the waterways it may be hard to choose from but, one place in the southern part of the state is Sebago Lake. With so much open water, Sebago Lake offers some fun places and makes a day of jet skiing on the lake a fun adventure for all. The Songo Locks is a fun place to cruise through; there are plenty of things to see along the way. This passageway connects beautiful Sebago Lake with Brandy Pond. It a winding pathway through some what feels like the “woods”. You have to take it slow through the Locks but, you will be able to enjoy some of the wildlife along the way. At the mouth of the locks you will see the tail end of Sebago Lake State Park Beach. It almost looks like

(Greater Portland)

Kennebunk's Franciscan Guest House: The Secret Garden

Summer, Fall: One of my favorite spots in Kennebunk I actually discovered by accident. This gem is amidst the hustle of this quaint oceanside town. The Franciscan Guest House is situated on the beautiful 60 acre Franciscan Monastery Estate and Retreat Center. Here you will find a very affordable family vacation spot close to all the amenities of Kennebunkport village. The guest house offers visitors 65 guest rooms, suites, a dining room, meeting rooms and a salt water pool. The best part of all though is the amazing walking trails on Kennebunk River. Along the trails you will find gorgeous floral and fauna as well as rare outdoor Lithuanian shrines and statues. There is an open air

(Southern Coast)

Boothbay Harbor: Tour The Burnt Island Ligthouse

Spring, Summer, Fall: No trip to the Boothbay Harbor region would be complete without visiting the nearby Burnt Island Lighthouse and living History Museum. Purchased by the Maine Dept. of Marine Resources in 1998 the site was converted into a Living History Museum and modeled to depict life on a lighthouse during the 1950's. The museum's hosts dress in period clothing and lead interpretive and educational three hour tours daily. Taking part in these tours offers a glimpse into the lives and history of Maine Island lighthouse keepers and their family lives. Learn about local plants, animals, and fisheries and there importance in Maine's economy. Visitors to Burnt Island can also enjoy picnicing, swimming, or fishing for Striped Bass of the islands rocky coast. Daytripping to the island is made easy by multiple ferry services from mainland to island. For the more adventurous the island is accessible by sea kayak when

(Midcoast Maine)

Payson Park: A Local Portland Retreat

Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall: Payson Park in Portland offers a great place for you and your children to come an burn of some of that extra energy. The park provides a place to play for everyone. The park also has tennis and basketball courts, baseball fields, skateboarding, roller blading, and roller skating. The kids can play on the playground, and everyone can

(Greater Portland)

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