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Turner - Androscoggin Riverlands


Lying near Maine's second largest urban area (Lewiston/Auburn), Androscoggin Riverlands State Park is a 2,675-acre expanse with 12 miles of river frontage. More than half of Maine's population lives within an hour drive of this park, which is the fifth largest in the State. An extensive trail network and undeveloped lands offer abundant recreational opportunities and habitat for wildlife. The park is part of the larger Androscoggin Greenway and the Androscoggin River Water Trail.


Barbara Sabin

Friday, April 13, 2018
This is a very special place for our family. We have hiked the terrific trails and spent many hours sitting at the edge of the river picnicking, reading, and watching herons and eagles fishing.

Patty M

Monday, Jan. 29, 2018
Got lost in the woods. Pink markers ended and I wasn't sure which direction to go. Followed the sound if cars. Trails should be marked better.

Phil Barry

Monday, April 2, 2018
Good place to sit and eat if you're running around

James Ford

Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017
Great place to bike, hike, run for all ages. Trails deep in the park not marked well. Recommend bringing your own park map if your riding out near twitchell's airport.

Beth Velletri

Sunday, June 18, 2017
We hiked some trails today, and we had a great time. The only problem was that Google maps couldn't get us to the park. We wandered this way and that. At one point, the Google map provided on the website had us on some strange road a couple of miles from the park. It told us to park alongside of the road and walk to our destination. What?! In the end, nice people pointed the way, and we were able to get there. But if not for the kindness of strangers, we'd still be wandering around, looking for the entrance.

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