Whether you run just for fun or you're training for a particular race, running with other people can make those miles even better. There are a number of running groups around the state - most are year-round, some end at a local pub for beers and socializing!
Get out on the water early for this weekly morning SUP. Group paddles run all summer, from 7-8:30 am. every Thursday, leaving from Portland's East End.
A carefree bus ride up to Sunday River or Sugarloaf, bagels and coffee, a whole day of skiing and a ride back with snacks, a movie and/or a well-deserved nap). Nice.
The Fit Maine Social Club is a membership club that’ll keep your calendar full of active things do. I’m talking things like yoga trapeze, snowshoeing, TRX, hiking, paddling, and cross-country skiing followed by swimming in a heated outdoor pool.
Whether you're new to paddling altogether or you've been paddling for ages and just like the idea of meeting up with new-to-you people, check out the Windham/Raymond Paddle Club.
Single Track Sisters is a women's mountain biking group in greater Portland. They meet twice a week for area rides, and the Monday night ride is beginner friendly.
Find some hiking friends with one of these Maine and New England hiking groups, because being on-trail with other cool people makes the experience even better.
Derby Skate Club is "roller skating for fun and fitness." It's skating like you remember it, except the 90-minute class is set up like a work out. There's an off-skates warmup, then on-skates skill building.
Trail Dames of Portland, Maine is a hiking meetup geared toward curvy women and women who are brand new to the trails. It's a welcoming, no-hiker-left-behind group, where the goal is to enjoy the outdoors, not race to the summit.
Trail Runners of Midcoast Maine (TRoMM) meet Monday nights at Camden Snow Bowl for trail camaraderie during Monday Night Dirt.