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Lost Valley Ski Area  image
(Range: 8 miles)
Lost Valley’s variety of 30 trails and 2 terrain parks offers a full and interesting ski day for skiers of all abilities. Most of Lost Valley’s trails are rated easiest and intermediate while challenging expert skiers with a few difficult trails. Family regrouping is simple as all trails come together a short distance from each other. (Curated content from www.lostvalleyski.com)
Just-In-Time Recreation image
(Range: 9 miles)
Just-In-Time Recreation is your local bowling center, family restaurant, and event venue located at 24 Mollison Way, in Lewiston, ME. Our bowling alley has 22 10-pin lanes of bowling and 12 candlepin lanes of bowling.  (Curated content from www.justintimebowl.com)
Bates College Museum of Art image
(Range: 10 miles)
As a teaching museum at a liberal arts college, the Museum of Art and its exhibitions, collections, stewardship, and interpretation bring a world of ideas to campus that enhance the vitality of the intellectual and cultural life of Bates, the surrounding communities, and beyond. (Curated content from www.bates.edu)
The Public Theatre image
(Range: 11 miles)
Voted Maine’s “BEST THEATRE” by Down East Magazine seven years in a row, The Public Theatre brings you the most exciting contemporary plays from Broadway and beyond featuring the finest professional actors from New York to Los Angeles. Whether you’re seeing a rollicking comedy or a searing drama, we promise you a good story, well told. (Curated content from thepublictheatre.org)
Carters X-C Ski Oxford image
(Range: 13 miles)
55 kilometers of beginner to expert Cross Country Skiing in Bethel, Maine which affords tremendous views of Sunday River Resort across the valley, and the Mahoosuc and Presidential Ranges. Great snowshoeing and fat bike riding, too! (Curated content from www.cartersxcski.com)
Fox Ridge Golf Club image
(Range: 15 miles)
Highly Ranked: Top-10 in Maine by Golf Digest – 6th overall (public plus private) and Fox Ridge is in good company alongside the other Top-10 ranked public courses: Belgrade Lakes, Sugarloaf, Sunday River, Kebo Valley, Samoset, and The Ledges. Unparalleled Variety: Fox Ridge offers the most variety of any course in Maine: right and left doglegs, up and down hill holes, optional water crossings and approaches, wide and narrow fairways, playable roughs, and diverse but fair greens – and the only island green in Maine.  (Curated content from foxridgegolfclub.com)
Frost Farm Gallery image
(Range: 15 miles)
We're home to a diverse collection of matted and framed original vintage and antique prints in an intimate gallery space, nestled in an historic 1797 farmstead. Specializing in photogravure, letterpress, contemporary and stone litho. Expert custom framing, giclee printing and digital restoration services on site. (Curated content from www.frostfarmgallery.com)
Sparetime Recreation image
(Range: 22 miles)
Ten Pin Bowling center in Hallowell offering leagues, tournament, parties, & recreational bowling. (Curated content from www.sparetimerec.com)
Maine State Museum image
(Range: 23 miles)
The Maine State Museum shows the best of Maine – all under one roof. From beautiful nature scenes with live trout, to a dramatic three-story working mill, to objects created by Maine’s earliest people, the museum’s exhibits offer something for everyone. Rich in detail and appeal about Maine’s history, environment, and pre-historic past, these in depth exhibits provide new discoveries with each and every visit. (Curated content from mainestatemuseum.org)
Fort Western image
(Range: 24 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)
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