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Cast aside the technical devices (but please tag us in your photos) and get out to enjoy some of the area activities and attractions. There is no better way to explore Midcoast Maine than by getting outdoors. Explore the miles of trails and stunning gardens at Maine’s only botanical garden, and the endless local walking trails along the coastline in Boothbay Harbor, just don’t forget to pack your walking shoes! Or gather the whole family for some mini golf fun, and finish your round of mini golf with a cone from the ice cream hut! 

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

Discover stunning ornamental gardens and exceptional natural beauty, waterfalls, and incomparable stonework and sculpture.

Monkey C Monkey Do

Maine’s premiere high-flying family adventure park with zip lines!!!! Navigate through over 60 obstacles from 12 to 50 feet in the air then zoom along one of the 8 zip lines or the giant swing and do it all over again! This uniquely designed course offers multiple levels of difficulty, so no matter where your “comfort level” lies, you are sure to have an experience you won’t soon forget!

Morris Farm

The Morris Farm Trust promotes the values of sustainable agriculture and stewardship of the earth through education, demonstration, and community involvement.

Common Ground Country Fair

Hosted by the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association, this annual three-day fair celebrates rural living with hundreds of eco-friendly events and performances.

Dolphin Mini Golf

Come play a unique 18 hole mini golf course. With a nautical theme, the specially designed and built obstacles provide a challenge to those who wish to perfect their putting skills.

Boothbay Harbor Country Club

Boothbay Harbor Country Club opened its first 9 holes in 1921. Playing the course immediately became a favorite pastime for the vacationers to the area.

Boothbay Region Land Trust Trails

30 miles of hiking trails are open year-round free of charge on BRLT’s preserves. Enjoy meadows, forests, wetlands, scenic vistas and the natural beauty of the Boothbay region.

Reid State Park

Reid State Park bears the distinct honor of being Maine’s first State-owned Saltwater Beach. Today, thousands of visitors enjoy the park’s long, wide sand beaches.

Barrett’s Park

This beautiful town park is the secret that locals don’t want you to discover! It features a large lawn, covered gazebo, restrooms, and two rocky beaches off Linekin Bay.

Camden Hills State Park

Camden Hills State Park is open year-round, with a variety of activities available across its 5,500 acres, from relatively low-exertion to downright athletic.

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