- The list below includes 13 free or cheap things to do in or near Kingfield, Maine, including 44 different types of inexpensive activities like Visitor Centers, Other Winter Activities, Hiking Trails and Lake.
- From Maine Huts & Trails to Sugarloaf Mountain, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kingfield and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Rangeley, Skowhegan and West Forks.
A not for profit organization, Maine Huts & Trails offers its visitors a 200-mile long trail and eco lodging all year round. It is located upon the wild Western portion of Maine's mountainous region with activities like snowshoeing, skiing, fishing, swimming, hiking, biking and paddling to keep you occupied.
The Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum is a historical museum focusing on the history of the logging industry in the Rangeley area. Attractions include multiple logging related exhibits and various annually hosted events and festivals.
Central Maine Family Fun Bowling Center features 16 USBC certified bowling lanes, an arcade room featuring Skeeball along with numerous arcade games, a Billiards room and food court. Regular leagues and tournaments are also available.
Moose Alley is a bowling alley that also has billiards, an entertainment arcade, an indoor fire pit and live music. Bowler's Journal International features this alley, as 'one of the 100 bowling places you must visit before you die.'
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The Margaret Chase Smith Library serves as a museum, public policy center, and archive that preserves the legacy of former United States Senator Margaret Chase Smith. Visitors can view documents, political papers, and photos from her 32 years in congress.