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Milton, NH
(range: 7 miles)
The New Hampshire Farm Museum consists of two adjoining farmsteads situated on 50 acres on Plummer’s Ridge in Milton, New Hampshire. In addition to our collection of historic buildings and barns, agricultural exhibits, displays, and collections, we are also a working farm, keeping a selection of heritage breed farm animals and a variety of gardens on the property. (This excerpt taken from the NH Farm Museum website)
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Lebanon, ME
(range: 11 miles)
2020 marks our 36th year of operation in southern Maine. Skydive New England is known for a fun and friendly atmosphere and our passion for the sport. We employ state-of-the-art training methods and use only the latest technology in skydiving equipment. (This excerpt taken from the Skydive New England website)
Province Lake Golf is a beautiful blend of the best of classic golf with outstanding modern design. The traditional and the new have been combined to create a wonderful playing experience for today's golfers. Along the way you'll also be treated to spectacular views of the lake, and occasionally you'll spot the wildlife that make their home in the area. (This excerpt taken from the Province Lake Golf Club website)
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Sanford, ME
(range: 13 miles)
Located in Sanford, Maine, Sanford Country Club, a Public Course with Memberships available, is conveniently located near Kennebunkport, Wells and Portsmouth. Its historic 18-hole golf course, which played host to the 2012 US Amateur Qualifying Round, has welcomed golfers such as Byron Nelson, Lloyd Mangnum, Francis Ouimet, Ben Hogan, Sam Snead and Gene Sarazen.  (This excerpt taken from the Sanford Country Club website)
Indian Mound Golf Club is player-friendly 18-hole golf course with a relatively level front 9 and gentle rolling terrain back 9. (This excerpt taken from the Indian Mound Golf Club website)
A professional Kennebunkport Maine guided sportfishing service specializing in saltwater fly fishing and light tackle angling for Striped Bass, Bluefish and other saltwater gamefish. Or offshore for Tuna, Shark, Cod, Haddock and other Groundfish. (This excerpt taken from the Stone Coast Anglers website)
Today, visitors can enjoy seeing a variety of boats, motors, and boating related items on display within the Museum, along with hands-on activities for children and families. Visitors can also experience the thrill of riding in a replica vintage boat in NHBM’s very own 1928-style Hacker Craft mahogany triple cockpit, the Millie B. (This excerpt taken from the The New Hampshire Boat Museum website)
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Wolfeboro, NH
(range: 15 miles)
Located in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, the Wright Museum is a non-profit educational institution dedicated to recognizing and honoring the contributions and enduring legacy of WWII-era Americans. (This excerpt taken from the Wright Museum website)
Treat yourself to 18 holes of championship golf just 1.5 hours north of Boston and 30 minutes south of Portland, Maine where each hole offers distinct challenge and pleasant scenery. We invite you to explore our website and discover all the Dutch Elm has to offer. Please let us know what you think by sending us an E-Mail. Give us a try! You will find the only thing better than our golf course is the friendly manner in which our staff and members will make you feel welcome. (This excerpt taken from the Dutch Elm Golf Course website)
The Brick Store Museum is dedicated to discovering, collecting and preserving any material that helps to establish or illustrate the history of the Kennebunks, York County and Maine. The Museum holds nearly 70,000 artifacts in the public trust, and interprets them through exhibitions, research and programs year-round. The collections have strong representation in costume and textiles, historical photographs, decorative arts, furnishings, material culture and art. Fascinating artifacts and intriguing stories – and much more – have shaped our past and present. And they’re all here at the Brick Store Museum. (This excerpt taken from the The Brick Store Museum website)
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