- TripBuzz found 109 things to do with kids in or near Blue Hill, Maine, including 109 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bar Harbor, Belfast, Southwest Harbor and Mount Desert.
- From Stanwood Homestead Museum & Bird Sanctuary to Pinniped Kayak, the Blue Hill area offers 61 different types of family activities, including: Boat Tours, Hiking Trails, Boat Cruise and Specialty Museums.
- Situated near Blue Hill Bay, the city of Blue Hill is known for its diverse culture and small town feel. Acres of lush trees that turn with the seasons are present throughout the cities landscape and nearby hills and mountains beckon visitors to hike to breathtaking views. A popular draw is the annual Marche Bleu, an annual pop up market that features local food and handmade goods.
The Wilson Museum features exhibits to help people understand the growth of man's ability to make tools from the Paleolithic times to the Native Americans. Visitors see rocks, shells, ship models, reconstructed 1905 kitchen, and a Victorian Parlor.
Promoting theater and the arts in Castine and its surrounding area, Cold Comfort Theater features live dramatic performances throughout the year. Taught by a theater veteran, they also arrange and offer acting classes for youth.
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Pretty Marsh Road, Rt. 102, Mount Desert, ME 04660 MoreLess Info
Tour Acadia National Park with National Park Canoe and Kayak Rental. Located on Great Long Pond, the company leases both canoes and kayaks along with accessories such as paddles and life jackets.
Water slides, go-karts, aerial zip lines and plenty of other things can make Wild Acadia Fun Park worthy of the visitor's time. It also has its own Snack Shack and can host special events, such as birthday parties.
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127 Bar Harbor Rd, Ellsworth, ME 04605 MoreLess Info
Kids of all ages will surely enjoy Timber Tina's Great Maine Lumberjack Show. They entertain the guests with lumberjack and climbing skills, tree topping, sawing and ax tossing. They offer affordable rates.
Wolves, bears, alligators, white tigers, owls and vultures – these are some of the animals which find their home at the Acadia Zoo-Kisma Preserve. It is also a center where abandoned domestic animals or other wild animals can find their home.