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Athens, Maine
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Lakewood Theater image
(Range: 8 miles)
Located amidst stately pines and white birch on the western shore of Wesserunsett Lake, Lakewood is the State Theater of Maine and America's oldest and most famous summer theater. Lakewood's tradition is long in years, deep in sentiment, and steadfast in endurance. Now entering its 120th Season, Lakewood offers exceptional performances of comedies, dramas, musicals, and children's shows from late-May through mid-September. We invite you to experience the excitement of live theater.  (Curated content from www.lakewoodtheater.org)
Central Maine Family Fun image
(Range: 9 miles)
Welcome to the home of Central Maine’s party, meeting, and family entertainment stop! Come in and enjoy regular 10 pin bowling, weekend Rock n’ Bowl or our large assortment of arcade games. We also have 5 regulation size coin operated pool tables located in our Corner Pocket Room.  (Curated content from www.centralmainefamilyfun.com)
The Colby College Museum of Art image
(Range: 24 miles)
As part of its mission as a collecting and teaching museum, the Colby College Museum of Art houses a diverse collection with a focus on American and contemporary art. The American Heritage Collection, gift of Edith and Ellerton Jetté, includes 76 works by American folk artists. The gift of the Lunder Collection in 2013 constitutes one of the most important art collections ever to be donated to a liberal arts college, and it provides an important complement to earlier holdings of 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-century American sculpture, late-19th-century American painting, Stieglitz circle and contemporary art. (Curated content from museum.colby.edu)
Titcomb Mountain image
(Range: 30 miles)
The Friendliest Mountain Around! (Curated content from www.titcombmountain.com)
Sugarloaf image
(Range: 32 miles)
At 4,237 feet tall, Sugarloaf offers the best winter playground you could imagine, but it's the people (the Sugarloafers) that make it special! They preach the Sugarloaf gospel across the globe, taking our ubiquitous blue triangle with them. All it takes is one visit and you'll be a Sugarloafer for life. (Curated content from www.sugarloaf.com)
Lake St. George State Park image
(Range: 40 miles)
Located on the northwest shore of beautiful Lake St. George just 16 miles west of Belfast and 25 miles east of Augusta on Maine Route 3 in Liberty, the park offers year-round activities and camping. Winter camping is also offered and available by reservation by calling the park. Visitors can rent canoes, paddle boats, or kayaks to explore the park's undeveloped shoreline. (Curated content from www.maine.gov)
Saddleback Mountain image
(Range: 40 miles)
With lift access above 4,000’, a vertical drop of 2,000’, 68 runs, and 225” of annual snowfall, Saddleback has always been one of the most impressive ski mountains in New England. (Curated content from www.saddlebackmaine.com)
Family Fun Bowling Center image
(Range: 41 miles)
Family Fun Bowling Center is located on the Westside of Bangor, Maine. We are a 20 lane, family-owned-and-operated bowling center with Brunswick automatic scoring, synthetic lanes, bumpers, pool tables, video games, a snack bar, pro shop, and the Back Alley Pub.  (Curated content from www.familyfunlanes.com)
1-7-10 Bowling & Entertainment Center image
(Range: 41 miles)
Our facility has twenty candlepin bowling lanes with free bumpers available for the little ones, a great arcade area for all ages, and a complete food menu at Splitters Sports Bar & Grille. Saturday nights the lights go down for Rock & Bowl. You pick the songs, we play them. (Curated content from 1710bowl.com)
Fort Western image
(Range: 42 miles)
Representatives of Plymouth Colony were the first English to actually live here. In 1625, on a river expedition to find a place to trade agricultural products for Indian furs, Plymouth pilgrims chose the east shore for their "House at Kennebeck". The post, probably built in 1628, was operated by the original traders and, later, by Plymouth Company with varying degrees of success, until it was abandoned some time between 1669 and 1676.  (Curated content from www.augustamaine.gov)