Petr & Kristi's AirBnb

Here is a list of a few of our favorite outings in the area:

POrtland headlight

Fort Williams Park has a lot to offer! Explore multiple fortresses and hike the short but very scenic cliff walk. Find a way to the beach. Have a picnic. Fly a kite. Pick apples in the fall. Go sledding in the winter. This is one big playground!

SPRING PT HEADLIGHT / Willard Beach

Breakwater hopping on huge boulders to get to this lighthouse. Beautiful views in every direction. Take a left to check out a pretty cool marina (has a restaurant). Or take a right, climb the fortress walls and proceed through the coolest community college campus to reach a nice sandy Willard Beach. Swimming at high tide.

peaks island

An awesome island to go explore on foot, bike or by renting a golf cart. The ferry leaves Commercial Street in Portland every 30-60 minutes. It's only like $7-8 round trip. The island is about 5 miles to go around. Biking is the way to go and they rent them out there. You can also rent a golf cart. There are many beaches to enjoy, as well as a huge fortress called Battery Steel. You'll need a flashlight, fearlessness and some dexterity to enter. There are seasonal restaurants to eat at or there is always downtown Portland.

Macworth island

A beautiful spot to go for a hike, run, or to explore, any time of the year. You drive there over a bridge. Parking is limited and there is a small fee. Swimming is definitely an option. Awesome beaches. Incredible views of Portland and boats and islands. Fairy village – perfect for kids or adults. Pet cemetery. Mushroom foraging. An easy level walk. Kid friendly.

back cove / East End beach / downtown

two lights sp / kettle cove / crescent beach

Shaw park

Sebago lake

biddeford pool

freeport / wolf's neck sp / bradbury MTN