- TripBuzz found 15 things to do with kids in or near Skowhegan, Maine, including 5 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Waterville.
- From Gifford's Miniature Golf to Eaton Mountain, the Skowhegan area offers 54 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Mini Golf, Other Entertainment and Theaters.
- Home to the oldest continuous state fair in the United States, as well as the beautiful Lake George, the city of Skowhegan is a historical tourist destination in Maine's Somerset County. The charming city is home to an array of traditional ice cream shops, antique markets and farm-fresh produce, as well as an array of local eateries.
Flagship Cinemas is a movie theater that also is available for birthday parties. The theater offers online ticket sales, cutting edge movies, stadium seating, digital surround sound, as well as a free movies on people's birthdays.
The Waterville Historical Society is dedicated to preserving, celebrating, and enhancing awareness of the history and culture of the Waterville area. The society sponsors and operates the Redington Museum, which is a historic building with exhibits about local history.
A not for profit organization, Maine Huts & Trails offers its visitors a 200-mile long trail and eco lodging all year round. It is located upon the wild Western portion of Maine's mountainous region with activities like snowshoeing, skiing, fishing, swimming, hiking, biking and paddling to keep you occupied.
Porcupine Ridge Disc Golf is a linear 18-hole disc golf course for intermediate and pro players, located on 40 acres of land. The course features a mix of field and wooded play and includes many long drives.
A ten-screen movie theater, Regal Augusta 10 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers reclining chairs, self-service and mobile ticketing, reserved seating and a lobby snack bar.
Old Fort Western was built in 1754, and is the oldest surviving wooden fort in America. Visitors can also see the James Howard that was inhabited by 1770, and the general store stocked with supplies sold by Howard to other settlers.