- Our list of the best things to do in Peaks Island, Maine, features the top 225 nearby activities — including 100 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Peaks Island, ME has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, Museums & Galleries, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 6 things to do within the city of Peaks Island, ME , followed by 219 popular activities in nearby cities, including Portland, South Portland, Brunswick, Freeport, Saco, Scarborough, Biddeford, Old Orchard Beach, Falmouth, Cape Elizabeth, Kennebunkport, Yarmouth, Phippsburg, Topsham, Bath, Kennebunk, Georgetown and Prouts Neck
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92% 158 votes
P.O.Box 93, Peaks Island, ME 04108 MoreLess Info
Peaks Island Tours offers its clients touring trips of the Peaks Island, formerly known as the Coney Island of Maine. The island has 740 acres and a rich history, which includes being an important outpost in WWII.
87% 30 votes
70 Luther Street, Peaks Island, ME MoreLess Info
Committed to sharing their passion for paddling, the Maine Island Kayak Company offers guided tours and trips along Casco Bay. Paddlers looking to advance in the sport can also take classes from the company's experienced and trained coaches.
100% 11 votes
15 Epps Street, Peaks Island, ME 04108 MoreLess Info
Located on Peaks Island, the Richard Boyd Art Gallery hosts a collection of fine art that represents a wide range of artistic styles. The majority of the gallery's collection represents Maine area artists.
100% 15 votes
45 Seashore Ave, Peaks Island, ME MoreLess Info
The 5th Maine Museum is named for the 5th Regiment Maine Volunteer Infantry, a company who fought in the Civil War. The museum features Civil War memorabilia as well as other exhibits of historical interest.
86% 43 votes
62-B Island Avenue, Peaks Island, ME MoreLess Info
Characterized by a tongue-in-cheek attitude and sense of humor, the Umbrella Cover Museum is 'dedicated to the appreciation of the mundane in everyday life.' It features a collection of 730 umbrella covers, the largest such collection in the world.
73% 11 votes
Casco Bay, Peaks Island, ME MoreLess Info
Horse Island Day Camp features a number of riding stables, and offers trail rides to beginners and experienced riders alike. They also host summer camps and various activities for children.
95% 354 votes
Fort Road, South Portland, ME 04106 MoreLess Info
Erected in 1897 and completely electrified in 1934, Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse was added in 1988 in the National Register of Historic Places. It has a gift shop.
95% 111 votes
Portland, ME MoreLess Info
For those seeking a bicycling day trip, Summer Feet Cycling Day Tours has several packages available, including tours that revolve around seeing lighthouses and sampling craft beers. They can offer custom trips to groups of 4 or more.
79% 14 votes
South Portland, ME MoreLess Info
Built in 1808, Fort Preble stands on the grounds of what is now Southern Maine Community College. Visitors can picnic among the granite walls of the fort itself, and take in views of Casco Bay and its islands.
60% 5 votes
2 Fort Road, South Portland, ME 4106 MoreLess Info
The maritime history of the local area is put on display at the Portland Harbor Museum. Founded in 1987, the museum is situated within the granite walls of the historic Fort Preble.