Sports and Recreation for Kids
The City of Portland website has a list of all the playgrounds in Portland, with links to further information.
EVO Portland has spring break and summer camps for kids, climbing programs for ages three and up, climbing teams for ages six to 19, a home school climbing class, and space for birthday parties.
Greenlight Studio offers an indoor play space for kids from birth to age six, with climbing structures, a stage for imaginative play, reading and drawing areas, Lego play tables, trains, a kid-size housekeeping area, and a place for crawlers to crawl. For adults, there's a cafe and espresso bar.
Maine Juniors Volleyball is a non-profit organization committed to the growth and development of youth volleyball in the state of Maine.
Portland School of Ballet has been the premier dance education center of the Portland community for over three decades, offering ballet and supplemental classes to children ages three and up
The Portland Department of Recreation sponsors a variety of classes, camps, and sports programs for kids and teens.
The YMCA of Southern Maine's Portland Branch offers many different programs for kids year-round, along with childcare services.