• Simard-Payne Memorial Railroad Park

    Simard-Payne Memorial Railroad Park is home to the Annual Baxter Brewing Company Brewfest, Annual Great Falls Balloon Festival, and the Annual Dempsey Challenge, and serves as a community space for fitness, picnicking, and other outdoor activities. A paved trail follows along the perimeter of the park, crosses the pedestrian bridge,… Read More
  • Gaslight Park

      Gaslight Park features a short, lit trail in Lewiston bordering the river. Although small, the park is overwhelmingly scenic, as the river can be viewed from any point along the trail. The trail begins at the parking lot off of Lincoln Street and continues approximately 650 feet until its… Read More
  • Gulf Island Dam Portage and Fishing Area

    Gulf Island Dam Portage and Fishing Area is located north of the Great Falls just after Gulf Island. Its purpose is to provide a way to get around the dam and continue a downstream paddle along the Androscoggin. For directions, visit the Androscoggin River Watershed Council's Androscoggin River Trail Map. Read More
  • Lionel Potvin Park

    Lionel Potvin Park, better known as Potvin Park, is located at the corner of Cedar and River Streets  in Lewiston right before the Bernard Lown Peace Bridge. The park is great for kids and includes a swing set, basketball courts, a playground, and seating areas.  There are grassy open areas,… Read More
  • Lincoln Street Boat Launch

      Lincoln Street Boat Launch is located off Lincoln Street in Lewiston, approximately three quarters of a mile down the road from Gaslight Park. The boat launch has parking, seating areas, and a beautiful view of the river.   Directions: Follow Lincoln Street in Lewiston past Gaslight Park and look for… Read More
  • Sunnyside Park

    Sunnyside Park is a recreational park complete with basketball courts, playground equipment, seating areas, and a multi-purpose field.  The park is located on the Lewiston side of the Androscoggin River and is the southern terminus and trailhead of the Riverside Trail (see Androscoggin Riverside Trail on our website). Directions: Heading north… Read More
  • Franklin Pasture Trail

    Franklin Pasture encompasses the area surrounding Lewiston High School’s athletic fields. The Franklin Pasture Trail is approximately .5 miles long and begins at Marcotte Park behind the Colisee. The trail continues through Marcotte Park and a section branches off the main trail and heads to the back of Lewiston High… Read More
  • Packard-Littlefield Farm

    This working farm was conserved in 2004 through funding from the Land for Maine’s Future Program and the Farmland Ranch Protection Program.  In 2007 and 2010 the landowners, Bob and Ella Mae Packard, generously donated two additional agricultural conservation easements to the Androscoggin Land Trust, bringing the total conserved acreage… Read More
  • No Name Pond Conservation Area

    This conservation easement on land owned by the City of Lewiston conserves approximately 35 acres along the pond to protect the pond's natural resources, maintain water quality and preserve wildlife habitat. The project was a partnership between the land trust and the City in its effort to seek permits for… Read More
  • Garcelon Bog Conservation Area

    The Garcelon Bog conservation easement protects over 100 acres of ecologically significant wetland in the heart of Lewiston. It is a unique ecological feature in the City and contains a variety of natural habitat types including forested, open and emergent wetlands that support a wide variety of plant and animal… Read More