Sports to Play + Do
Dancing in Maine is a directory of dance resources in Maine, including dance organizations, venues, instructors, and an events calendar.
EVO Portland is Maine's newest and largest indoor climbing gym. The facility has 16,000 square feet of climbing surface and welcomes all levels of ability: beginner, intermediate, advanced lead climbing, speed climbing, and bouldering. There are programs for kids ages three and up, as well as youth summer camps, adult classes, yoga, and zumba.
Maine Ballroom offers dance classes in many styles, from ballroom dancing to Salsa to Argentine Tango.
Riverton Pool, Reiche Pool, and the outdoor Kiwanis Pool offer swim lessons for children and adults, adult aerobics, open swim, and rental opportunities. Check out the schedules of these public pools.
Portland Community Rowing Association offers both competitive and recreational rowing opportunities to kids and adults from Portland’s East End Beach.
Portland Department of Recreation sponsors a variety of recreational activities for adults, including yoga classes, a soccer league, and group trips to Boston Red Sox games.
Beginners and dodgeball veterans alike can dip, dive, duck, and dodge their way to athletic enjoyment with the Portland Dodgeball League.
PortSports is a co-ed social club sponsoring charity-based casual sports leagues, social and charity events, and sport-based excursions throughout the year.
The Racket and Fitness Center is Maine’s largest indoor tennis facility, with nine air conditioned tennis courts, racquetball and wallyball courts, and a fully equipped fitness center.