Skiing in BANGOR with kids

The Atlantic Ocean crashing against the rocky coast, enjoying fresh lobsters in the small fishing villages as you look for whales, or getting lost in the fascinating New England history…yes, we’re talking about Maine!

Maine not only has so many places to go with kids that showcase its unique culture, but also ones that might surprise you!

Kids will love the adventure of getting out on a real working lobster boat with Lucky Catch Cruises, or heading out into the waters with Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company. 

The beautiful nature calls with Acadia National Park and Swan’s Island, just to name a few, and active families will enjoy those family fun experiences like arrr Pirates Cove Mini Golf and Family Ice Center.

Skiing in Maine? Absolutely! Seacoast Adventure has got that covered! Little monkeys in the family? Head on down to Monkey Trunks Zipline and High Ropes Adventure! Perhaps you have some history buffs? Step back in time with 19th Century Willowbrook Village!

With each changing season you will find something wonderful to do in the beaches, mountains, lakes and parks.  Get ready for the Maine event!

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  • Hermon Mountain

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    (8 miles) Hermon

    Skiing and snowboarding with lessons from 3 years, offering 9 green runs plus lift serviced tubing hill.

  • Camden Snow Bowl

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    (44 miles) Camden

    Skiing and snowboarding from 3 years, with trails including at least one green run, a beginner friendly terrain training park plus tobogganing and tubing.

  • Ski Big Squaw

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    (65 miles) Big Moose

    Skiing and snowboarding with lessons available, offering 5 green runs, 5 blue and 2 black.

  • Sugarloaf

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    (77 miles) Carrabassett Valley

    Skiing and snowboarding with lessons from 3 and 23% green runs, plus tubing, snowshoeing, olympic sized ice rink and forest high wire adventure. Plus indoors cutting edge skate park with ultra modern ...

  • Lost Valley

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    (87 miles) Auburn

    Skiing and snowboarding with lessons from 4 years, offering 6 green runs plus 2 terrain training parks.

  • Saddleback

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    (88 miles) Rangeley

    Skiing and snowboarding with lessons from 3 years, offering 38% green runs, plus 2 terrain training parks.

  • Mount Abram

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    (99 miles) Greenwood

    Skiing and snowboarding with lessons from 4 years, offering 7 green runs, plus a beginner friendly terrain park for developing skills and confidence.

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  • Playland Adventures

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    (2 miles) Brewer

    A HUGE indoor inflatable play area for kids in Maine, with all day admission and great bouncy activities! Adults can play too!

  • Rumpus Room

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    (85 miles) Brunswick

    A fun, active and creative play space for kids ages 0 to 6, featuring gross motor room, reading and puzzle room, art and sensory zone and a well equipped room for imaginative play!

  • Xtreme Adventures

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    (2 miles) Brewer

    Xtreme Adventures is a multi level high ropes course that includes a 35 ft. giant swing and multiple zip lines. Great for active kids!

  • National Park Sea Kayak

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    (40 miles) Bar Harbor

    Ecological Sea Kayak Tours on the \"Western Side\" of Mount Desert Island. Paddle with Experienced Professional Maine Sea Kayak Guides. Discover why the remote \"West Side\" is the preferred paddling ...

  • Childrens Discovery Museum

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    (60 miles) Augusta

    Provides an array of hands on exhibits and activities that promote developmental skills. An interactive community in which hands on learning is provided through play.

  • Black Mountain of Maine

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    (91 miles) Rumford

    Black Mountain is excited to expand on its Junior Race Program for the 2010 ski season. This new program is geared for grade 3 through high school who already know how to ski, but want to improve ...

  • Maynard F Jordan Planetarium and Observatory

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    (9 miles) Orono

    Opens a window on planets, stars and the universe, bringing the cosmos to life in the 20ft dome theater. Open for sky watchers of all ages to explore the wonders of the Maine sky.

  • Fort Knox and Penobscot Narrows Observatory

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    (17 miles) Prospect

    A fascinating and historically educational experience to Fort Knox in beautiful Maine - and it comes with a 420ft lift ride to 3 floors of viewing platforms! Fun!

  • Old Fort Western

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    (59 miles) Augusta

    A fascinating 1754 National Historic Landmark fort on the Kennebec River in Maine - once used by Benedict Arnold too!

  • Boothbay Railway Village

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    (75 miles) Boothbay

    The museum has one of the finest exhibits of classic, vintage and antique automobiles in New England.

  • Norlands Living History Center

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    (76 miles) Livermore

    Norlands is a multifaceted museum offering in-depth experiences in 18th and 19th century rural life. Here, the visitor is an active participant in daily and seasonal farming and housework, and ...

  • Goldenrod Farm

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    (78 miles) Sherman Station

    During the summer months we operate an Animal Farm, inviting school, church, and other groups to visit our park and learn about farm animals. Demonstrations of goat milking, spinning, shearing, cider ...

  • Mount Desert Oceanarium

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    (34 miles) Bar Harbour

    Visit one of the finest teaching aquariums in the country with this Maine attraction, where kids can visit the lobster hatchery, a lobster museum, and explore nature as they learn all about marine ...

  • Maine State Aquarium

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    (79 miles) West Boothbay Harbor

    Visitors to this Maine aquarium will find 15 regional exhibits including 2 touch tanks with invertebrates and sharks tucked into the rocky coast of Maine!.

  • The Maine Wildlife Park

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    (98 miles) Gray

    Explore a wonderful array of wildlife that cannot survive in the wild. Over 30 species of native Maine wildlife are kept for protection, and visits from kids!

  • Down East Nature Tours and Acadia BIrding Festival

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    (35 miles) Bar Harbor

    Personalized birdwatching and nature tours since 1993, for individuals, couples, families and small groups. We help you discover the flora and fauna of Mt. Desert Island and Down East and northern ...

  • Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company

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    (40 miles) Bar Harbor

    Numerous tour options to get the family out into the beautiful Gulf Of Maine! From whale watching, to sailing and nature trips, kids will love seeing the magical mammals of the ocean right in front ...

  • Bar Harbor Ferry

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    (40 miles) Bar Harbor

    Kids will love to take a boat ride where they will pass lighthouses, lobsterman hauling their traps and ask the crew to point out the Tree decorated with Lobster Buoys! One of the many fun family ...

  • Dive-In Theater

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    (40 miles) Bar Harbor

    The Dive-In Theater adventure begins with a pleasant cruise to nearby Frenchman Bay. As you steam toward some of the bay\\\'s most interesting dive spots, Diver Ed points out and discusses the ...

  • Snow Pond Cruises

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    (51 miles) Oakland

    Ships ahoy! Fun and educational cruises for the whole family in Maine - where kids can experience wildlife, learn all about local history, and find out some pretty fun and interesting facts about the ...

  • Moose and Photo Safari

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    (59 miles) Millinocket

    The safari begins in Millinocket, heart of the Katahdin Region, in the comfort of a van. Moose and Photo safaris for those who want to see and photograph moose and wildlife up close. One of the many ...

  • The Desert of Maine

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    (94 miles) Freeport

    Visitors find it difficult to imagine among the rolling hills and rambling brooks at the end of Desert Rd. there is a Desert. Once you take your first step through the gift shop\\\'s front door, ...

  • Maine Discovery Museum

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    Bangor

    Enjoy the largest children\'s museum north of Boston, and Maine\'s premier center for learning and discovery. Seven permanent interactive exhibits invite you to explore the worlds of nature, ...

  • Cole Land Transportation Museum

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    (2 miles) Bangor

    Explore a fascinating collection of Maine's land transportation equipment that kids can learn all about, including historic artifacts!

  • Hudson Museum

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    (9 miles) Orono

    Experience the "wonder and splendor of the human experience" that the Hudson Museum has to offer. The museum showcases lots of temporary and permanent exhibits, celebrated by special events and ...

  • Northeast Historic Film

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    (16 miles) Bucksport

    A regional moving image archive dedicated to collecting, preserving, and making accessible film and video related to northern New England.

  • Penobscot Marine Museum

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    (25 miles) Searsport

    The principal exhibits at Penobscot Marine Museum focus on the industry of Penobscot Bay in the 19th century and illustrate what it was like to live and work on one of the great square-rigged ships ...

  • Abbe Museum

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    (40 miles) Bar Harbor

    The mission of the Abbe Museum is to promote the understanding and appreciation of Maine\\\'s Native American culture, history, and archaeology. The Museum\\\'s collections, exhibitions, and programs ...