Headed out to Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont for 8 days and I think I've got the beer related itinerary mostly covered...we'll hopefully be hitting Portsmouth Brewery, Novare Res, Great Lost Bear, Ebenezers, Hill Farmstead, Prohibition Pig, Vermont Pub and Brewery and Farmhouse Tap and Grill. Give or take a few probably. Really what I'm looking for is some advice on things to do as possible day trips from Portland and Burlington. I figured beer loving locals would know what's up. Usually our vacations consist of basically just walking a city/town and stopping here and there to eat and drink, take pictures, etc. We will be doing quite a bit of that on this trip as well, but I thought it might be fun to get out of the city one afternoon to so something. We will have a car obviously. I should also add that we have a three year old so things that are sorta kid friendly would be a plus. I know that you can take a ferry from Portland to Peaks Island...is that a fun trip? Anything cool on the island to check out? Was also considering driving north to maybe Wolf's Neck State Park (or something similar?) to check that out. I'm kinda looking for something uniquely Maine to show my son. He's also been promised that he will see a Moose. We'll see how that goes. Same goes for Burlington...anything really interesting right out of town worth checking out. Farms? He likes those. Not looking for Disneyland, just something that would capture the imagination of a 3 year old (and 36 year olds). Any restaurant advice that you might have for Portland and Burlington would be appreciated too (besides those mentioned above). I did read the Visiting Portland, ME? Some ideas. thread and found it very helpful. Thanks to those of you who contributed to that. Thanks for your help. We're really looking forward to this trip. We've never been north of Boston so we're very excited about checking out this part of the country. Cheers.