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Peaks Island Tours
#1 of 14 things to do in Peaks Island
We thoroughly enjoyed our recent golf cart tour of Peaks Island with tour guide Jeff, as did our adult kids.
She has family history on the island, and was happy to share it with us.
Mike's Carts
#2 of 14 things to do in Peaks Island
There are quite a few places to stop and enjoy the views so packing a picnic lunch is especially fun for families and romantic for couples.
We are a family of four, and we had a blast!
Portland Head Light Cape Elizabeth 2.3 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Cape Elizabeth
The lighthouse is very well set in a dramatic location and is a perfect family weekend spot The fort right round the corner, the beach, the lighthouse and the grounds make it a must-go weekend spot.
... musuem and the to climb the lighthouse and view the Casco Bay as ancient mariners viewed it century ago... Kids, or just as a couple, this is an excellent place to visit if you're in the Portland Maine area...
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Fort Williams Park Cape Elizabeth 2.4 mi away
#2 of 8 things to do in Cape Elizabeth
This is a great place to bring your family and take in the sights of Fort Williams, the Lighthouse, the Old Mansion, and the gorgeous coastal walk along the ocean.
The Children's Garden is gorgeous, with ponds, picnic tables, beautiful and varied plants, tunnels for little kids, and a stone slide.
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Brad’s Bike Rental & Repair
#3 of 14 things to do in Peaks Island
We had a wonderful afternoon riding bikes with our five kids (ages 7-17).
We needed a child cart hitched to the bike and that was arranged easily.
Hadlock Field Portland 4.0 mi away
#3 of 121 things to do in Portland
The stadium is immaculately maintained, offers lots of great food and drink options, including a great variety of beer and lots of places for families, foodies or beer lovers.
The Sea Dogs are fan friendly, family friendly, tickets are affordable, parking is affordable, food and souvenirs are affordable and great minor Red Sox on the field!
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Eastern Promenade Portland 2.3 mi away
#8 of 121 things to do in Portland
The park is maintained by several volunteer groups including Portland Trails, gorgeous spot for a walk or ride, kid friendly and handicapped accessible.
... to, your choice to drop down towards the water and beach, or just walk and take in a huge bay that looks like the ocean; boats, ferries, kayakers, and lots of kids and dogs with the attendant level of innocence.
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Casco Bay Portland 2.5 mi away
#2 of 121 things to do in Portland
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Children's Museum and Theatre of Maine Portland 3.2 mi away
#11 of 121 things to do in Portland
Kids all really loved the almost realistic model firetruck with a fire pole inside and dress up! Staff members led various activities through the day, such as art project and a meet a turtle program (great job Sam).
The place is very clean, it is well organized, and they thought of everything imaginable the children would want to explore.
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Casco Bay Lines Portland 2.5 mi away
#5 of 121 things to do in Portland
The ferry ride itself was the highlight of the trip as the views were gorgeous in every direction and the kids enjoyed the ride.
This is a MUST trip, for families or couples, to hop on one of the ferry rides and do a day trip to one of the many islands in Casco Bay...Fun...Fun...Fun!
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Casco Bay Islands Portland 2.5 mi away
#4 of 121 things to do in Portland
Our family of four enjoyed our day trip to Bailey's Island - it exceeded our expectations.
We rented bikes from Brad's bike shop which cost our family of five (baby rode in baby seat) $40 for one hour ($10/hour per bike) -- it takes just under one hour to ride around the island.
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Bug Light Park South Portland 1.8 mi away
#2 of 21 things to do in South Portland
We also had a very active 7 year old along and we were delighted in the running room, lots of other children to play and run with, and the rocky beach area for climbing and exploring tidal pools (with adult superv...
lots of space for kids to run around, beautiful views, walking path, great museum with interesting historical exhibits and gift shop.
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Peaks Island Golf Carts
#9 of 14 things to do in Peaks Island
... and in this day and age where customer satisfaction seems to have been lost on a lot of businesses it is something that we look for plus its a small run family owned which is another thing we like to look for!
Two Lights State Park Cape Elizabeth 6.6 mi away
#3 of 8 things to do in Cape Elizabeth
Wear your water shoes and walk on the rocks as the waves crash around you, the lobster boats sail by, the seagulls dive into the ocean for their meal and the tide pools provide endless exploration for young children.
This small gem of a state park on the ocean is the perfect spot for a family picnic or a day at its small, protected beach.
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Commercial Street Portland 2.7 mi away
#14 of 121 things to do in Portland
Kids enjoyed seeing the lobster traps and fisherman.
great place for young party goers as well as families
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Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company and Museum Portland 2.2 mi away
#16 of 121 things to do in Portland
Knowledgeable tour guide and interesting museum displays, and activities for children.
I feel like this must be a hidden gem because they’re only two other families on the entire train with us yet we found this to be an excellent addition to our family vacation.
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Mackworth Island Falmouth 2.7 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Falmouth
Vivid contributions from kids of Deaf school nearby as in form of fairy houses built with twigs pebbles etc. Nature's paradise as different birds spotted viz warbler , thrush& turkeys etc As some places in the tra...
It is perfect for walking with pets or children and provides marvelous views of Casco Bay.
Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse South Portland 1.5 mi away
#1 of 21 things to do in South Portland
This is our first stop in Portland and it was simply amazing.Its a very rocky terrain so you must wear comfortable walking shoes.If you are taking kids along you need to assist them over the rocks since some of th...
Kids loved hopping on the big rocks to get out to the lighthouse.
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Higgins Beach Scarborough 7.4 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Scarborough
Having two young children it's nice to know we can visit a clean, family friendly beach without a lot the negative attractions that we would see just miles away in Old Orchards Beach.
At high tide it is perfect for your children as it stays shallow for yards.
Portland Breakwater Lighthouse South Portland 1.8 mi away
#3 of 21 things to do in South Portland
Free parking Free admission Uneven terrain on the path to the lighthouse Wheel chair and child stroller accessible from the parking lot to the path near the lighthouse.
Great place for kids too.
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Capt Lyman Stuart, LLC Falmouth 5.2 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Falmouth
Our family of four recently enjoyed a sunset sailing tour of Casco Bay.
Our family of five really enjoyed our time with Captain Lyman Stuart.
Back Cove Trail Portland 3.2 mi away
#17 of 121 things to do in Portland
Great place to walk with kids.
My family visits Back Cove at least once a week for a run or walk.
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Crescent Beach State Park Cape Elizabeth 6.2 mi away
#4 of 8 things to do in Cape Elizabeth
If you are looking for that quiet, peaceful beach to just sit and relax or take the family without worrying about the kids playing safely, then this is the beach to find.
The beach is well maintained, clean, and perfect for families.
Portland Observatory Portland 2.6 mi away
#7 of 121 things to do in Portland
We learned about signal towers, the history of Portland, the Moody family who owned the tower for over 100 years, the Portland fire, the difficulty of navigating the Portland ship channel and how the tower was "ba...
Everyone there was extremely knowledgeable and excited to teach myself and two kids about the unique architecture and history.
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Eastern Prom Trail Portland 2.4 mi away
#20 of 121 things to do in Portland
Liberty Ship Memorial South Portland 1.8 mi away
#4 of 21 things to do in South Portland
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Willard Beach South Portland 1.6 mi away
#7 of 21 things to do in South Portland
The beach itself is rocky but nice for playing with sand, kids jumping in shallow water, taking a walk, relaxing and walking to the light house.
Great for children of all ages .
South Portland Historical Society Museum South Portland 1.9 mi away
#5 of 21 things to do in South Portland
Curator and volunteers are well-steeped in stories of the area and exhibits are ever-changing, offering fascinating accounts of the neighborhoods, industry, families, and city through the decades.
The museum is truly a family affair for all those to enjoy.
Deering Oaks Park Portland 3.9 mi away
#34 of 121 things to do in Portland
A quaint little park, that Has a duck pond that you can walk around, a play ground for the kids, and plenty of tees to sit under to have a picnic .
on one side there are tennis courts, and a kids playground, basketball court too.
DiMillo's Old Port Marina Portland 2.7 mi away
#15 of 121 things to do in Portland
Sunset on the upper deck overlooking the water is fun with family and friends.
Great Family Experience