This is a local park but is just as stunning as many of the state parks. Check out the park rules before you visit to waste no time exploring this park with views of the Piscataqua River and the Atlantic Ocean. It is open year-round but with limited days and hours between Labor Day and Memorial Day.
This seasonal outdoor adventure park offers zip line and elevated ropes courses for all skill levels. Visit solo or bring a group for team-building exercises, and you’ll be burning off those lobster roll calories in no time. If you visit during October, you can zip line with zombies.
Kittery’s history is immense, but its spirit is housed in a modest museum. That’s just so Maine because it holds so much significance but is too humble to brag about it. Even the list of dates and hours for visitors casually states, “Might change; then again, might not.”
This zoo-and-amusement-park combo provides hours of entertainment for all ages. More than 50 animals are on display, with a butterfly garden, amusement park, and kid’s zone. It is closed during the off-season.
Maine has more than 100 breweries and a couple of dozen wineries, each making distinct flavors. Tributary Brewing Company makes handcrafted beers and has indoor and outdoor seating as well as a tasting room if you can’t pick just one brew. Beer-to-go service is available too.