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There is a reason why tourists don’t typically flock to Southern Maine during the Fall or Spring. If there’s no snow for winter sports, yet too cold to sun bathe at the beach, why go to Maine, right? Wrong!

We cater to every individual so visitors have the best experience on their southern Maine vacation.

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Go where the locals go in Southern Maine at our local bars. Many of the beach towns highly visited by tourists have a volume of high-end restaurants, however, these places are rarely where Maine residents go. Locals around town go to biker bars. Curious to experience local life? Go where all the locals go.

Check out some of  Southern Maine’s townie bars–they’re cheap and always a good time. Our townies are even amusing to us Southern Maine residents (there is a difference between the two). 

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Among the many night life attractions in Southern Maine, Portland has a funny bone in the Comedy Connection on Fore Street. This comedy venue is one of the very few in Southern Maine. In fact, it’s only one of two comedy clubs in Southern Maine, both of which are in the Portland area.

This is one of the things to do in Southern Maine that visitors can check out while on vacation any time of the year.  

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Need more ideas for fun things to do in southern Maine with the kids? Southern Maine has two game centers for kids to play laser tag. But who needs to use the kids as an excuse to play laser tag? It’s awesome! Just look at Barney Stinson:

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If you’re interested in a night of bowling, then Bayside Bowl is the place to go. Unlike most bowling alleys that can feel dull and sleazy, Bayside Bowl is vibrant and new. It’s a great place to enjoy live music and a full bar even if you’re not looking to bowl with easy parking availability. 

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