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Androscoggin Riverlands State Park

Spectacular fall foliage and scenic river views are two features of Androscoggin Riverlands State Park

Turner, Maine

Off Center Bridge Road

Lying just north of Maine's second-largest urban area and within an hour's drive of half the state's population, Androscoggin Riverlands State Park is a 2,588-acre expanse with abundant forested habitats for wildlife and 12 miles of pristine riverfront. Less developed than some state parks, Androscoggin is primarily a nature refuge, but it still offers some 23 miles of recreational and historic multi-use and hiking trails, space for wildlife observation and hunting, and river access for boating and fishing. The Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands, which manages the park, has enhanced the park experience with trail maintenance, interpretive programs, maps and guides, and volunteer projects. A $90,550 National Park Service Land & Water Conservation Fund grant helped support the park.

Photo: Spectacular fall foliage and scenic river views are two features of Androscoggin Riverlands State Park
– Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands

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