- TripBuzz found 167 things to do with kids in or near Ogunquit, Maine, including 150 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Saco, Portsmouth, Rye and Kennebunkport.
- From Ogunquit Beach to Ogunquit Beach District, the Ogunquit area offers 105 different types of family activities, including: Beaches, Theaters, Fishing and Hiking Trails.
- York County, Maine is home to the town of Ogunquit and it's less than 1,000 residents. The town's name, meaning beautiful place by the sea, encompasses the natural majesty of the area and the coastal wonder of the Atlantic Ocean. Complete with the Ogunquit River, the area makes for a wonderful family destination.
A hands-on educational, developmental, and agriculture based camp, Wolf's Neck Farm is a community centered establishment. Guests can visit fledgling lambs, try a farmer training program, or experience oceanfront camping.
Interstate Gymnastics & Dance is a recreational dance facility that has the goal of developing healthy bodies that produce sound minds. The organization teaches educational dance classes and is available for birthday parties.
Located in Beverly, Massachusetts, the North Shore Music Theatre features children's shows, concerts and musicals. The Backstage Bistro, at the threatre, serves dinner before evening performances. The restaurant is closed during matinees or during children's shows.
The Show Baseball & Softball Academy is an indoor sports facility that has the goal of providing a safe learning atmosphere for athletes to play in. The facility spans 10,000-sqft and offers individual lessons and clinics.
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The Nordia Theatre is a six-screen cinema multiplex that shows current Hollywood movies. It features digital video and sound, 3D capabilities, and stadium seating. The theater offers a variety of discounts and bargains, and is available for parties.
Since 1969, the Freeport Historical Society has worked to preserve local history and establish exhibits for public education. Both the historic Harrington House and Pettengill Farm are currently owned and operated by the society, which allows access to the sites by the public.