- TripBuzz found 165 things to do with kids in or near Kittery, Maine, including 161 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ogunquit, Hampton, Newburyport and Portsmouth.
- From Seafari Charters & Marine Services to The Red Door Pottery Studio, the Kittery area offers 112 different types of family activities, including: Arts & Crafts Classes, History Museums, Historic Sites and Boat Rentals.
- Kittery, Maine is situated in York County on the shores of the Gulf of Maine and the Atlantic Ocean. The area is lightly populated, with less than 10,000 residents living of over 75 square miles of land. The town is known for its tourism industry, boasting a variety of attractions, including several outlet malls.
Located at the first American credit union, America's Credit Union Museum offers three floors that can be toured. Rooms include offices and a conference center with period furnishings, photos and other informational items.
Bowl-O-Mat is a bowling alley that offers candle pin bowling, a game similar to regular bowling but with thinner cylinder shaped bowling pins. The bowling alley also hosts birthday parties and has pool tables and arcade games.
Operated as part of a YMCA teen center, the McPherson Skate Park is a smaller sized park that caters to skaters of beginning to intermediate skill levels. The park features ramps, small half pipes, and rails for practicing and performance.
Clay Dreaming Pottery Studio is a pottery workshop and studio available to people of all ages. Training classes are offered throughout the week, as well as access to a full gallery featuring works from local artists.
An entertainment venue designed especially for children under 6, the Children's Piazza provides a spacious but safe place for play. Along with an indoor playground, the facility features an arts and crafts room and further allows for private parties.
Located on the Salem Sound, the Northshore Outrigger Canoe Club is a club dedicated to bringing canoe trip opportunities to visitors. Guests enjoy paddling through the scenic waters and spending a day relaxing in the sun.
Named after a nurse who was sentenced to death during the Salem Witch Trials, Rebecca Nurse Homestead is a historic structure which dates back to 17th century and features a number of restored period furnishings.
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Scarborough Beach State Park is open from the beginning of April through the end of October. Water-related beach recreation like swimming, boogie boarding, and even general sunbathing are popular on the extensive sandy beach.