- TripBuzz found 114 things to do with kids in or near Castine, Maine, including 104 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Camden, Belfast, Rockland and Ellsworth.
- From Castine Kayak Adventures to Castine Historical Society, the Castine area offers 68 different types of family activities, including: National & State Parks, Hiking Trails, Summer Camps and History Museums.
- Castine was actually the capital of the New France colony of Acadia from 1670 to 1674. This prominent role in history has led to a few museums in the town and multiple sites on the National Register of Historical Places. Also, its location on Penobscot Bay make it a popular area for maritime activities.
One of the main interests of the scenic coastal route, the Moose Point State Park has several amenities, including playgrounds, camping sites and picnic shelters. Hiking and hunting are some of the activities permitted in here too.
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Church Street at US Route 1, Searsport, ME 04974 MoreLess Info
An open air and well-preserved maritime museum, the Penobscot Marine Museum is indubitably a must visit with its well-kept 13 buildings to explore. The museum itself is a treasure trove of relics and artifacts of a bygone era plus monthly exhibits and events to keep you entertained.
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49 Searsport Avenue, Belfast, ME 4915 MoreLess Info
AllPlay Family Entertainment Center is an entertainment center and cafe. AllPlay offers bowling lanes, pool tables, large screen TVs, and an arcade with a redemption system. The cafe serves pizza, sandwiches, and various snack items.
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17 Hardy's Hill Road, Deer Isle, ME 04627 MoreLess Info
Driftwood Kayak – Day Tours takes visitors on kayaking excursion adventures with personable expert guides in charge. Tours offer basic kayaking techniques, small island explorations and sighting of porpoises for hours of fun.
With a variety of arctic expeditions available, Wanderbird Expedition Cruises takes visitors to locations like Greenland and Newfoundland. During the tour, visitors can spot icebergs, abandoned ships, seabirds, bears, and more.
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96 Church Street, Belfast, ME 4915 MoreLess Info
National Theatre Workshop of the Handicapped (NTWH) provides training and performing space for writers and performers with disabilities. It was founded in 1977 and had programs for acting, singing, voice, writing and theatre production.