- The list below includes 97 free or cheap things to do in or near Rockland, Maine, including 72 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums, Parks and Lighthouses.
- From Harbor Park to Sandy Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Rockland and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Deer Isle, Camden, Belfast and Castine.
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83% 24 votes
South Main Street, Rockland, ME 04841 MoreLess Info
Harbor Park is a green space within view of the scenic Rockland Harbor. Host to a variety of special events, festivals, and races, the park also offers walking trails and picnic areas.
70% 10 votes
Scott Street, Rockland, ME MoreLess Info
Sandy Beach is a small beach with sand and rocks. Patrons can view the harbor from Sandy Beach. Guests can engage in activities including reading, swimming and picnicking. Dogs are not allowed during the summer period.
67% 6 votes
Mechanic Street, Rockland, ME 04841 MoreLess Info
Snow Marine Park is an oceanfront park that is perfect for kids, adults, and dogs. Whether taking a relaxing stroll, sledding in the winter, or enjoying a game of soccer, there is plenty to do at this lovely park.
27% 11 votes
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Chickawaukee Lake is a scenic body of water suitable for boating, swimming, and other water sports. Trails for hiking and biking run around its perimeter, and it is stocked with trout for fishermen.
94% 1080 votes
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It took over 18 years in the late 1800s and 700,000 tons of granite to create the breakwater now known as Rockland Breakwater Light. The original light was placed there in 1902, and visitors can go on volunteer docent led tours.
91% 324 votes
One Park Drive, Rockland, ME 04841 MoreLess Info
With its largest collection of Fresnel lighthouses lenses, the Maine Lighthouse Museum has the most lighthouse artifacts and Coast Guard Memorabilia in America.
92% 238 votes
311 Main Street, Rockland, ME MoreLess Info
Opened in 2006 and dedicated to the seabirds which can leave in all types of coastal environments, the Project Puffin Visitor Center presents its visitors with useful information about the local wildlife, which includes photos and videos.
67% 3 votes
9 Water Street, Rockland, ME MoreLess Info
Dedicating to preserving the natural habitats and animals in the region, Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center offers visitors a museum that displays the ecological features of the area. The center also hosts lectures and films on conservation.
95% 1202 votes
16 Museum St, Rockland, ME 04841 MoreLess Info
The town of Rockland served as a home for American artists George Bellows, William Zorach, and Andrew Wyeth. The Famsworth Art Museum features their work, along with other American contemporary artists.