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Standish, ME
(range: 6 miles)
Sebago Lake State Park opened to the public in 1938 as one of the five original state parks. This forested lakeside park is situated on the shore of Maine's deepest and second largest lake which provides year-round recreation for thousands of visitors each year. Near the foothills of the White Mountains, the park's 1,400 acres features sandy beaches, extensive woodlands, ponds, bogs a river and diverse habitat for a wide variety of plant and animal life. (This excerpt taken from the Sebago Lake website)
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Casco, ME
(range: 10 miles)
At Point Sebago Resort, the picturesque location, award-winning activities for adults and children, entertainment programs, and nationally-recognized 18-hole championship golf course combine to create the perfect vacation destination. (This excerpt taken from the Point Sebago Resort website)
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Falmouth, ME
(range: 10 miles)
Maine State Ballet is a school and a ballet company whose mission is to uplift the Maine community through dance. The school was established ca. 1920, formally the Dorothy Mason School of Dance, and offers year round instruction in classical ballet, jazz, tap and musical theater to students from age 3 through advanced adult. (This excerpt taken from the Maine State Ballet website)
Located in the rolling hills of New Gloucester, Maine, PINELAND FARMS is a 5,000-acre working farm, diverse business campus and educational and recreational venue that welcomes visitors to enjoy its beautiful rural landscape. Pineland Farms’ mission is to provide a productive and educational venue that enriches the community by demonstrating responsible farming techniques, offering educational opportunities and encouraging a healthy lifestyle through recreation. We invite you to explore our website and visit the farm to take part in our wide variety of activities and events. (This excerpt taken from the Pineland Farms website)
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Portland, ME
(range: 11 miles)
The house was constructed for Captain George Tate (1700-1794), who had arrived in the Colonies with his family around 1750. Captain Tate served as the Senior Mast Agent for the British Royal Navy, overseeing the cutting and shipping of white pines from Maine to England. His position bestowed upon him a prominent status in the community which is reflected in the style of architecture selected for this home. With its clapboards still unpainted, Tate House is one of two residences in Maine with an unusual subsumed dormer in the gambrel roof.  (This excerpt taken from the Tate House Museum website)
The Southworth Planetarium: Made from the best stuff off Earth! (This excerpt taken from the Southworth Planetarium website)
Shop the brands you love at the best shopping mall in South Portland. Visit The Maine Mall for shopping, dining, and entertainment activities. (This excerpt taken from the The Maine Mall website)
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Portland, ME
(range: 12 miles)
It is impossible to overestimate the historical significance of the waterfront in the development of Portland. It is where the city began and was the primary engine of its growth and economy for three centuries afterward. The Waterfront Historic District is one of the few intact east coast historic waterfronts and today looks substantially the same as it did in the period 1850 to 1875. Visually as well as historically this area forms a coherent and comprehensible whole. (This excerpt taken from the Old Port website)
We have a wide range of exhibitions from rare, one-of-a-kind scientific, zoological specimens to popular cultural homages to the relevant anthropological and psychological acknowledgements of the sightings and folk traditions to be found within hominology and cryptozoology. As part of our scientific and education mission, we preserve native art and contemporary souvenirs. (This excerpt taken from the International Cryptozoology Museum website)
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Freeport, ME
(range: 13 miles)
How did sand dunes end up in the middle of a forest? Learn the natural history and meet the quirky characters that have made the Desert of Maine an iconic tourist destination for nearly 100 years! (This excerpt taken from the Desert of Maine website)
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