- TripBuzz discovered 97 different types of activities for couples in the Scarborough area, including Beaches (like Higgins Beach), Food Shops (like Bayley's Ice Cream), Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Scarborough Marsh Nature Center) and Bowling (like Big 20 Bowling Center), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 172 date ideas in or near Scarborough, Maine, including 155 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Portland, Saco, South Portland and Kennebunkport.
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.
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.
Specializing in sailing training, South Portland Sailing Center offers visitors lessons under the guidance of US Coastguard certified instructors. The center also has a fleet of 23 foot sailboats available for rent.
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2 Old Orchard Street, Old Orchard Beach, ME 04064 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1898 and with a length of 1825 feet, the Old Orchard Beach Pier is suited for all kinds of entertaining opportunities, including fishing. There are several restaurants which serve seafood specialties and not only, with some of them presenting live-acts of local artists.
Hadlock Field has been nicknamed the Maine Monster, and it serves as the home field for the minor league baseball team named the Sea Dogs, which is an affiliate of the Red Sox. The current capacity of the stadium is just over 7,300.
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11 Avon Street, Portland, ME 04101 MoreLess Info
At the International Cryptozoology Museum, guests can learn about the strange history of legendary creatures like Bigfoot. Visitors can tour through the display area at their leisure and are free to ask the curator questions about the exhibit.