- Our list of the best things to do in Damariscotta, Maine, features the top 175 nearby activities — including 102 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Damariscotta, ME has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Water Activities.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Damariscotta, ME , followed by 164 popular activities in nearby cities, including Boothbay Harbor, Rockland, Brunswick, Augusta, Bath, Rockport, Boothbay, Camden, New Harbor, Wiscasset, Owls Head, Topsham, Phippsburg, Monhegan, Port Clyde, Gardiner, Georgetown and Rangeley
With a three-storey funhouse for kids and parents, and a miniature maze and play area for toddlers, Joker's Family Fun & Games is an all-ages destination that also includes an indoor train and miniature ferris wheel.
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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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.
Crescent Beach State Park is named after its crescent-shape beach where many people come to enjoy activities like swimming, sunbathing, surfing and more. The park also contains multiple hiking trails and becomes a cross country ski destination during winters.
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125 Gary L Maietta Way, South Portland, ME 4106 MoreLess Info
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.
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.