- The list below includes 177 free or cheap things to do in or near Cape Elizabeth, Maine, including 85 different types of inexpensive activities like Lighthouses, National & State Parks, Beaches and Historic Sites.
- From Fort Williams State Park to Two Lights State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cape Elizabeth and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Portland, South Portland, Scarborough and Kennebunkport.
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85% 13 votes
1870 Ocean Blvd, Rye, NH 03870 MoreLess Info
Atlantic Queen II Deep Sea Fishing offers activities on their 80' long ship like fishing and whale watching, as well as charters. Fishing trips last a half or full day, and children under 12 fish free with an adult.
100% 2 votes
Rt 1 A, Rye, NH 3870 MoreLess Info
Jeness State Beach is a 1.3 acre beach that welcomes families, but that does not allow pets. Visitors can enjoy the soft sands, swim in the ocean, or have a picnic on the beach.
88% 8 votes
109 - 110 Belvedere Road, Damariscotta, ME 04543 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy a selection of locally grown seasonal produce and artisan crafted foods at Damariscotta Farmer's Market. The market features vendors and growers who travel less than 20 miles to the market.
100% 1 votes
Main, Damariscotta, ME 4543 MoreLess Info
At River Gallery, guests can view a diverse collection of European and American paintings from as far back as the 19th century. New shows, as well as classes, are offered throughout the year.
100% 4 votes
135 Lafayette Rd, Unit 9, Rye, NH 03840 MoreLess Info
A seriously old school distillery, the Sea Hagg Distillery LLC makes a variety of craft spirits using an old-fashioned copper alembic still. The distillery barrel ages and hand bottles all of its spirits.
69% 16 votes
Route 1, Rye, NH MoreLess Info
Skateboarding is all that matters at the Rye Airfield in Rye, New Hampshire. This indoor skate park offers thrilling elements for death-defying tricks. Inexperienced boarders, BMX riders and in-line skaters are also welcome.
100% 1 votes
Main, Durham, NH 3824 MoreLess Info
Bringing the areas rich history to life is the Durham Historic Museum. Locals and tourists alike enjoy the museums interactive displays, video stations, artifacts, personal narratives and commentaries and more.
- 0 votes
408 Center Street, Wolfeboro, NH 3894 MoreLess Info
The Wolfeboro Area Recreation Association runs one of Wolfeboro's most respected recreation and sports play areas. Known by locals as The Nick the recreation area is home to seven playing fields, a running track and a walking path.
100% 8 votes
South Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH MoreLess Info
Originally built in 1778, the Clark House Museum was donated by the Clark Family for historic preservation. Its rooms are furnished with period antiques and curiosities. Also on-site is a Firehouse with antique fire trucks and a schoolhouse from 1805.
- 0 votes
233 S Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH 3894 MoreLess Info
The Clark House Museum Complex preserves and houses three buildings restored with period furniture: the 1805 Schoolhouse, the 1800's firehouse with restored horse-drawn fire engines, and the refurnished 1778 Clarkhouse.