Places to Play Map
The Places to Play map lists hundreds of free or low cost activities for kids and adults to enjoy during all four seasons in the City. The map identifies playgrounds, parks, basketball and tennis courts, swimming pools, dog parks and beaches that are open to the public.
You can pick up your free map at Portland City Hall, Portland Parks and Recreation, any branch of the Portland Public Library or you may contact us via email or by calling 207-576-8021.
Passport to Play
The Passport to Play program is designed to educate and encourage the public to explore the city's parks and open spaces. Portland's numerous parks provide residents and visitors a free opportunity to be physically active while learning more about the city. The passport includes ten different park pages featuring fun facts and hints designed to help park travelers locate that park's Passport Post. Atop each Passport Post is a plaque which travelers can make an etching of in their passport by rubbing a pencil or crayon on the designated page.
Read an article about the Passport to Play program here.
View an online version of the Passport booklet here.