- TripBuzz found 178 things to do with kids in or near Cape Elizabeth, Maine, including 170 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Portland, South Portland, Saco and Scarborough.
- From Crescent Beach State Park to Fort Williams State Park, the Cape Elizabeth area offers 91 different types of family activities, including: Lighthouses, National & State Parks, Beaches and Historic Sites.
- An outlining community of Portland, Maine, Cape Elizabeth is home to both Crescent Beach and the Two Lights State Park. Consequently, residents and tourists to the community can enjoy a number of outdoor activities such as swimming, fishing, hiking and kayaking, along with skiing in the winter months. The city also hosts an annual 10K race.
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240 Barnstable Rd, Ste 28, South Portland, ME 4106 MoreLess Info
With hourly to weekly rates available, Brooksie's Kayak & Canoe Rentals provides a variety of watersport rentals, including paddleboards, canoes, single kayaks, and double kayaks. Visitors can take the equipment to Kettle Cove, Spurwink River, Shaw Park, and Highland Lake.
A 40-acre facility, Hinckley Park features two ponds that can be used for fishing, some open fields and wooded areas. It provides a trail system for hikers and dog walkers that runs along the ponds and through the woods.
Wainright Sports Complex has over 66 acres of athletic fields used for baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer, football and hurling. In the winter, visitors can enjoy skating on the ice rink or skiing and snowshoeing on their trails.
Occupying the 40-acre property formerly belonging to a regular golf course, Pleasant Hill Disc Golf presents a challenging 18 hole experience for players of all skill levels. Open daily, the course offers day passes as well as disc rentals.
Spanning ten acres, Mill Creek Park offers a variety of amenities. The scenic park has rose gardens, a fountain, and a gazebo that can be reserved for special events. The park hosts holiday events, ice skating in season, and concerts.
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418 Black Point Road, Scarborough, ME 4074 MoreLess Info
Scarborough Beach State Park is open from the beginning of April through the end of October. Water-related beach recreation like swimming, boogie boarding, and even general sunbathing are popular on the extensive sandy beach.