- TripBuzz found 139 things to do with kids in or near Deer Isle, Maine, including 133 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Rockland, Camden, Southwest Harbor and Belfast.
- From Driftwood Kayak - Day Tours to Guided Island Tours Day Tours, the Deer Isle area offers 62 different types of family activities, including: Arts & Crafts Classes, History Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Landmarks.
- The enchanting city of Deer Isle draws tourists from around the world for its breathtaking coastal views and local charm. Home to over ten diverse nature conservancies, the isle offers scenic walking trails throughout. Other popular attractions and activities including kayaking and swimming, lobster fishing, art galleries and antique shopping.
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89% 83 votes
Main Street, Stonington, ME MoreLess Info
Located on a scenic waterfront location, Stonington Village is a peaceful and intimate fishing village community. Visitors to the village commonly enjoy stopping in the art galleries, eating at the local restaurants, or relaxing on the harbor.
100% 1 votes
51 Main St, PO Box 469, Stonington, ME 4681 MoreLess Info
Deer Isle Granite Museum was founded in 1996 to capture and preserve the history of Deer Isle's quarrying industry. The museum features a working model of a granite quarry with moving cars, trains, and boats.
91% 45 votes
27 Seabreeze Avenue, Stonington, ME 04681 MoreLess Info
Isle au Haut Boat Services is a not-for-profit organization that provides not only passenger service, but also mail and freight service connecting the island to the mainland. They operate year-round.
85% 114 votes
15 Sea Street, Castine, ME 04421 MoreLess Info
Castine Kayak Adventures offers kayaking instruction, day trips, overnight trips, and sales. Yankee Magazine and DownEast Magazine have awarded the company for having the best night paddles, known as bioluminescent paddles.
88% 68 votes
120 Perkins Street, Castine, ME 04421 MoreLess Info
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.
88% 8 votes
Perkins Street, Castine, ME MoreLess Info
The original fort at the site of Fort Madison State Park was built in 1811 in preparation for the War of 1812. The fort is mostly in ruins now, but the park offers wide views of Penobscot Bay and Castine Harbor.
97% 62 votes
Dennett's Wharf, Castine, ME 04421 MoreLess Info
Guldive Cruises offers two-hour excursions, sunset cruises, and specialty cruises at various locations along the Atlantic coast, and the Caribbean. The vessel that they use is 56 feet long, weigh 46 tons, and was designed by William Hand Jr.
85% 40 votes
Castine, ME MoreLess Info
In the late 1800s and early 1900s, many families used Castine, Maine, as their vacation destination, most notably Harriet Beecher Stowe and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Visitors to Main Street can see many restored buildings where small businesses and art galleries are located.
88% 34 votes
Abbott School, Castine, ME 04421 MoreLess Info
Visitors can learn about the history of Castine at the Castine Historical Society by looking at maps, photographs, artifacts, essays, and books, particularly about the Penobscot Expedition, a Revolutionary War battle. The facility also hosts special exhibits on a regular basis.
95% 37 votes
Castine, ME MoreLess Info
The State of Maine has served as the training boat for the Main Maritime Academy since 1997. When not on training cruises, the ship is open to tours by the public.