We still have three weeks to milk this season for all it's worth. So let's milk it. If you haven't gotten on a paddleboard, tried goat yoga, run a 5k, watched a sunset from canoe, or taken a surf lesson, there's still time! (But, like, not a lot of it, so get on it.)
All eyes are Thanksgiving dinner prize (the potatoes! The turkey! The slice after slice of pie!) It is your abdomen's most favorite and least favorite holiday! But before you dive into bottomless piles of stuffing, do some good for yourself AND for other people with these Thanksgiving Day events.
Fill your Maine summer with Paddle Battles, color runs, obstacle courses, mountain bike rides, hiking challenges, and so much more. This guide to active things to do in Maine this summer can help you plan.
For runners who also like to mix in a little something extra into an otherwise uncomplicated run, here's a host of Maine fun runs, mud runs, costumed runs, and obstacle races.
A snowshoe race at Bradbury Mountain, a fat bike demo at Harris Farm, and WinterKids' family-friendly Welcome to Winter event at Payson Park. Indoors, there are free Intro to Pilates classes and a yoga class at Dirigo Brewing in Biddeford.
From snowshoe races and full moon hikes to amateur biathlons, ice climbing, and riding mattresses down a mountain, there's a lot to look forward to this winter.
It's officially snow season in Maine! That means snow-centric activities are upon us. This weekend, learn to cross-country ski for free at Quarry Road Trails in Waterville, or go ice skating in Portland during the Skate for Wishes event.
Hey, remember when you were a kid and it would snow and snow and you’d cross your fingers and flush
Welcome the new year with a 5K, guided hike, plunge into the Atlantic, or some deep-stretching yoga. So many workouts to ring in 2018!
Fall means scenic bikes rides along colorful tree-lined streets, road races that end with beer and pizza, foliage paddles and so much more. Here are host of active things to do in Maine this fall!