- 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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Pine Point Road, Scarborough, ME 4070 MoreLess Info
Native wildlife habitats and sites of local historical significance are preserved within the Scarborough River Wildlife Sanctuary. A number of trails are available within the sanctuary, but all are easy enough for even inexperienced hikers to enjoy.
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Sunset Marina, 231 Front Street, South Portland, ME 04106 MoreLess Info
Kristen K. Charters Sport Fishing offers several deep sea fishing charters. Anglers can choose to fish for sharks, tuna, or fish inland for striped bass, stripers, bluefish, mackerel, cod, and haddock.
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Prouts Neck, ME MoreLess Info
A mile long trail, the Cliff Walk boasts of extravagantly thrilling sceneries of rocks and broiling water. It is a historic place because it has been a subject of several paintings of Homer Winslow.
Honoring those from Maine who have served in the military is the mission of the Maine Military Museum. The museum's exhibits recognize service from the Revolutionary War through the present through artifacts and displays.
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55 Bug Light Park, South Portland, ME MoreLess Info
Located in the historic Cushing's Point House at Bug Light Park is the South Portland Historical Society Museum. The museum features different exhibits each season and its nine-acre park overlooking Portland Harbor is home to the Portland Breakwater Lighthouse.
Characterized by a tongue-in-cheek attitude and sense of humor, the Umbrella Cover Museum is 'dedicated to the appreciation of the mundane in everyday life.' It features a collection of 730 umbrella covers, the largest such collection in the world.
For those seeking a bicycling day trip, Summer Feet Cycling Day Tours has several packages available, including tours that revolve around seeing lighthouses and sampling craft beers. They can offer custom trips to groups of 4 or more.