Thursday night bike rides that end with a beer. The 22-mile ride starts at Maine Beer Company at 5:15 p.m. every Thursday through September.
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.
Woods are good. Water views are wonderful. Toss in a fairy house village and you've got yourself a fine hiking adventure. The Cliff Trail in Harpswell is a splendid 2.3-mile loop that runs along Strawberry Creek on one side and has stunning views of Long Reach from 150-foot cliffs on the other side. (With a scenic, roosty hike in between.)
The YMCA of Southern Maine's Try the Y campaign, which runs from Jan 2-5, 2019 at all four branches (Portland, Biddeford, Freeport, and New Gloucester), invites you to check out the YMCA for FREE. Enjoy group fitness classes, pool, sauna, weight room, and more.
Put you SUP or kayak in the water at the Crescent Lake boat launch and explore Crescent Lake, Tenny River, AND Panther Pond. Threefer!
Here are some free ways to work out and be active in Maine, from running, hiking and cross-country skiing to upcoming events that don't cost a dime. Because a lack of cash shouldn't keep you from gettin' ripped!
You'll work on strength and conditioning at the Saturday community class at The Distance Project, and trainer David Bidler will also make sure you get a useful education in body mechanics.
Ski or snowshoe on the scenic trails of Roberts Farm Preserve in Norway. And if you need gear, you can borrow cross-country skis and snowshoes.
Maine Pines Racket and Fitness in Brunswick offers a free Tennis 123 program every month that includes three weekly clinics, fitness classes, weekend court time, and a social tennis mixer.
Six days worth of free workouts in Portland, from run groups and CrossFit to Bar Method and Volleyball. Because a lack of cash shouldn't keep you from gettin' ripped! (Or at least sweating heavily around other people.)