Comfort Inn & Suites
329 US Route 1
Scarborough, ME 04074
Phone: (207) 883-2700
Fax: (207) 396-5698
The Scarborough High School is a monumental schooling site in the Scarborough region in Maine. It offers education to the students from Grade 9th through Grade 12th. The school focuses on the overall development and excellence of its students. For admissions and other details, check website.
Located in Scarborough, Higgins Beach is a charming seaside respite, stretching across 0.6 miles (1 kilometers). Primarily a residential community with quaint summer cottages, it is also a popular tourist destination. Fishing, surfing and exploring the shipwreck on the shores are great activities.
This beachfront amusement park is the only one of its kind in all of New England! Take the whole family out to enjoy the huge arcade, carousel for kids, ferris wheel, roller coaster and fireworks every Thursday night. Open from Memorial Day until Labor Day, Palace Playland has fun for everyone!
A National Historic Landmark, this significant Georgian style home is one of only two residences in Maine with an unusual clerestory in the gambrel roof and is the only pre-Revolutionary home in the Greater Portland area that is open to the public. Features of this magnificent home include fine period furnishings, beautiful grounds, and an 18th century herb garden.
This golfing area offers two challenging eighteen-hole golf courses with mountain caves, footbridges, and waterfalls.
This high performance karting course features 1,200 feet of adrenaline!
The largest water and amusement park in New England, this family fun park is home of the only wooden roller coaster in Maine, as well as the longest and tallest log flume ride. A large variety of children and adult rides, games, and shops are also on site.
Located on less than one acre of land, the Henry Wardsworth Longfellow Monument got it's name through the intersection of the statue placed against the Longfellow Square. The monument was a bronze statue of the poet Henry Wardsworth that was placed sitting on a chair on a pedestal. The statue construction began three years after the death of the poet and is a great place to visit especially for poetry lovers and lovers of the poet.
Built between 1858 and 1860 for the wealthy Ruggles Morse and his wife Olivia, the Victoria Mansion or Libby Morse as it is commonly known as, boasts a stunning architectural facade. The pride of Portland indeed, this mansion houses some stunning remnants of pre-civil war era. On your way out, stop by at their shop, and pick up some jewelry, Victorian-styled cards, books, toys and bric-a-brac.
The Temple is located at Old Orchard Beach, Maine. This historic Baptist church building was constructed in 1881 C.E. This building has a Octagon Mode style of architecture and was constructed by James Bickford and Dow & Wheeler. The temple was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on April 28, 1975.
A beautiful public park located in Portland, the Deering Oaks Park is a wonderful place to visit with your family or group of friends. The park features a playground, pond, tennis courts and dates back to 1879.
Fur traders, seamen and Indians alike are woven throughout the rich history of the Port of Portland. This maritime attraction has launched and harbored legions of ships including the world's largest passenger liner, the RMS Queen Mary II. Today the port is known as the largest seaport in New England.