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Brunswick-area & Statewide Outdoor Recreation Guide

Last update: Tuesday, June 2, 2020 4:00 pm

Brunswick Parks and Recreation Department

Maintains and manages 42 parks, facilities and public spaces in Brunswick, and administers approximately 100 programs and events annually.
www.brunswickme.org/191/Parks-Recreation
www.facebook.com/BrunswickParksandRecreation

Brunswick Topsham Land Trust (BTLT) 

Check out the BTLT information on open trails and how to stay safe on the trails. BTLT states, “All of our 23 miles of trails and preserves remain open to the public and free every day. There are also many other outdoor resources close to home that are still available for healthy, outdoor respite. We hope that fresh air and open space will provide solace during these difficult times.”

https://www.btlt.org/covid-trail-safety/

Cathance River Education Alliance 

Promotes learning about the natural world and environmental stewardship, using the resources of the Cathance River Nature Preserve. The Cathance River Preserve is closed to the public as of April 6.
creamaine.org
www.facebook.com/creamaine.

Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands

Starting May 18, remote camping is permissible for residents and non-residents. The 14 day quarantine period applies. State Park campgrounds remain closed with a June 1 target reopening date with restrictions.

https://www.maine.gov/dacf/about/news/news.shtml?id=2460737

https://www.maine.gov/dacf/parks/

Maine by Foot 

A guide to some of Maine’s wonderful trails, including many in Brunswick and surrounding communities.
mainebyfoot.com
www.facebook.com/Maine-by-Foot-110606217223554

Maine Trail Finder 

A free mapping site to help people find hiking, walking, snowshoeing, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, and paddling trails across Maine.
www.mainetrailfinder.com
www.facebook.com/MaineTrailFinder