- TripBuzz found 201 things to do with kids in or near South Portland, Maine, including 174 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Portland, Saco, Brunswick and Scarborough.
- From No Slack! Sportfishing Charters to Kristin K Charters SportFishing, the South Portland area offers 91 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Fishing, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- Situated on the scenic Portland Harbor lies the city of South Portland. The fourth largest city in the state, it is a thriving business and residential community. Visitors to the area can take advantage of the city's many parks and expansive open spaces, walking trails, landscaped gardens, museums, theatres and retail shopping districts.
Affording a lovely view of the Isle of Shoals, the Wallis Sands State Beach is one of the most popular in New Hampshire. The beach has a clean, sandy shore and a soft bed in the shallow areas, making it popular with children and families.
Originally built in 1778, the Clark House Museum was donated by the Clark Family for historic preservation. Its rooms are furnished with period antiques and curiosities. Also on-site is a Firehouse with antique fire trucks and a schoolhouse from 1805.
Portsmouth Kayak Adventures is a rental authority offering a variety of rental options. Attractions include kayak rentals, stand up paddle board rentals, bike rentals, and kayak and stand up paddle board tours.
The heritage and life on the waters of New Hampshire is upheld by collections at the New Hampshire Boat Museum. Educational programs targeted toward children are considered the foundations of the museum, but other boating events are also held.
The Clark House Museum Complex preserves and houses three buildings restored with period furniture: the 1805 Schoolhouse, the 1800's firehouse with restored horse-drawn fire engines, and the refurnished 1778 Clarkhouse.
Featuring a multi-level rope course, Monkey Trunks provides a variety of obstacles for visitors to traverse through. Visitors are hooked up to a rope system while crossing wooden bridges and swinging across platforms.
America during the height of World War II is covered through several exhibits at The Wright Museum. Rather than looking specifically at the soldiers who were on the battlefields, the museum prefers to exhibit the heroic efforts of ordinary people.