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Located in Sanford, ME
"Just a short drive from the coast of Maine, you'll find one of the area's finest golf courses at the Sanford Country Club. A semi- private course, Sanford is open to the public and, with four sets of tees, offers a fair challenge to golfers of all skill levels."
(This excerpt taken from Sanford Country Club website)
Located in Kennebunk, ME
6 miles from Sanford
"Stone Coast Anglers, Inc. is a Kennebunk Maine based fishing guide service. We specialize in chartered boat trips for 1-4 guests along Maine's coastal beaches, islands and tidal estuaries from the Piscataqua River to the Saco."
(This excerpt taken from Stone Coast Anglers website)
Located in Lebanon, ME
8 miles from Sanford
"Welcome to Skydive New England! Whether you're a first time jumper looking to make your first tandem skydive, or an experienced skydiver, this is the place to be! Our fun and friendly atmosphere combined with expert instructors, state-of-the-art equipment, two airplanes (Super Otter and Cessna 182), and incredible nightlife will surely make your stay an experience of a lifetime!"
(This excerpt taken from Skydive New England website)
Located in Milton, NH
10 miles from Sanford
"The NH Farm Museum consists of two adjoining farmsteads situated on 50 acres located on Plummer's Ridge in Milton, New Hampshire. The historic Jones Farm and the Plummer Homestead date to the late 18th century and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The farms were passed down in the same families for generations."
(This excerpt taken from NH Farm Museum website)
Located in Kennebunkport, ME
11 miles from Sanford
"Welcome to Dutch Elm Golf Course, one of Southern Maine's premier golf courses. 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."
(This excerpt taken from Dutch Elm Golf Course, website)
Located in Kennebunk, ME
12 miles from Sanford
"The mission of The Brick Store Museum is to preserve the rich heritage of the Kennebunks for year-round residents, seasonal visitors and future generations through the collection, preservation, interpretation and exhibition of its material culture."
(This excerpt taken from The Brick Store Museum website)
Located in Wells, ME
13 miles from Sanford
"Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1966 in cooperation with the State of Maine to protect valuable salt marshes and estuaries for migratory birds. Located along 50 miles of coastline in York and Cumberland counties, the refuge consists of eleven divisions between Kittery and Cape Elizabeth."
(This excerpt taken from Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge website)
Located in Kennebunkport, ME
14 miles from Sanford
"The Seashore Trolley Museum was founded in 1939 with one open trolley car, No. 31 from the Biddeford & Saco Railroad Company. Over the years thousands of members have followed the founding fathers by helping the Museum grow to be the premier electric railway museum in the world."
(This excerpt taken from Seashore Trolley Museum website)
Located in Newfield, ME
14 miles from Sanford
"Two historic houses and their barns, a reproduction schoolhouse and bandstand, and a millpond grace this restored country village. Plan to spend at least 3 hours once you arrive. Bring a picnic or enjoy lunch on site."
(This excerpt taken from 19th Century Villages website)
Located in York, ME
15 miles from Sanford
"The Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region consists of more than 10,000 acres and is located within an additional 30,000 acre expanse of conservation land in southern Maine. This land is comprised of a rich and unique coastal forest that supports the highest diversity of animal and plant species in all of Maine. The mountain and the surrounding area provide residents with an ideal location for hiking, biking and sightseeing. While most of Southern Maine is heavily developed, this stretch of conservation land is a natural treasure that will be preserved for the enjoyment of generations to come."
(This excerpt taken from Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region website)
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