- The list below includes 199 free or cheap things to do in or near Kennebunk, Maine, including 86 different types of inexpensive activities like Kayaking, Hiking Trails, Playgrounds and Art Gallery.
- From Kennebunk Free Library to Mother's Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kennebunk and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Portland, South Portland, Scarborough and Kennebunkport.
Granite State Roller Derby is a roller derby league that consists of several different local teams. Visitors commonly enjoy attending the derbies and enjoying the excitement and festivities offered during the events.
Seaspray Kayaking Rentals & Tours has multiple locations around mid-coastal Maine. All offer kayak and related equipment rentals, as well as either self- or professionally-guided kayaking tours. Visitors will see wildlife and scenic coastal views.
Castle Hill lies within the Crane Estate which overlooks the sea and features rolling landscaped gardens that connect to the shoreline. The area comprises of numerous hiking trails and is home to diverse local wildlife.
Greenwood Farm is a historic and pastoral destination that centers on a 19th Century white farmhouse built by Thomas Greenwood. The farm is surrounded by bucolic pasture lands, and features two and a half miles of walking trails.
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1011 Whittier Highway, Moultonborough, NH 03254 MoreLess Info
Offering a rich history, The Old Country Store & Museum is an interesting place to visit and shop. Some items sold include old fashioned candies and sodas, clothing, unique kitchen utensils and local souvenirs.
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Route 171, Old Mountain Road, Moultonboro/Tuftonboro Town Line, Moultonborough, NH 3254 MoreLess Info
Sitting at 1,801 feet, Bald Knob gives excellent views of the surrounding area and Lake Winnipesaukee. Two main trails offer the hiker either a steep and rough trek (trail head on route 171), or gradual pace (from Shannon Brook Trail).
The mission of Veterans Memorial Skating Rink is to provide local residents with a clean skating facility that provides affordable programming. The facility offers public skating sessions and skate equipment rentals.
Haverhill Historical Society collects, preserves and educates the community about Greater Haverhill's past and culture. They showcase a range of historical artifacts including Native American artifacts from the Lower Merrimack Valley and the Buttonwood Museum which houses furniture and toys.