- Go horseback riding, cross country skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, or play tennis or disk golf at the 2,500 acre Pineland Farms (2 minutes).
- Play a course of 18 hole golf or practice at the driving range at Spring Meadows (5 minutes).
- For downhill skiing try Sunday River with 128 trails and 18 lifts (1 hour).
- In the summer months, enjoy a picnic or swim in the surf at Portland Headlight, the oldest lighthouse in Maine (45 minutes).
- If you prefer freshwater, try swimming, canoeing or boating at Sebago Lake, the second largest in the state (25 minutes), or Sabbathday Lake, home of Shaker Village (15 minutes).
- Shaker Hill Outdoors offers a variety of rentals from canoes to paddle boards and kayaks (17 minutes.)
- Pick your own apples at Thompson's Orchard (10 minutes).
Shopping & RESTAURANTS
- A perfect activity anytime of the year is shopping at the outlet stores of Freeport including the world famous L.L. Bean (15 minutes).
- Explore the many cultural and culinary delights of Maine's largest city, Portland (25 minutes).
- On Interval Road, The Village Store serves brick oven pizza, sandwiches and salads, and offers a gourmet market (5 minutes).
- Cole Farms on Route 100, has been serving delicious, home-cooked meals at reasonable prices for over 50 years (5 minutes).
- Pineland Market is open with a wide variety of grocery, bakery and deli items (2 minutes).
- Outlet Beach in New Gloucester is a upscale lakeside eatery called (15 minutes).
- Louie's Grill in Cumberland offers an eclectic menu and delicious variety of pub fare and seafood, and outstanding desserts (10 min)
- In Yarmouth, one of our favorites in the local foods scene is Grace (10 minutes). They serve some of our produce!
Take a tour and visit the gift shop at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village. Founded in 1783, it is the only remaining active Shaker community in the world (15 minutes).