Take a hike, view a waterfall, enjoy a gentle canoe ride or tackle some white water – Bangor region’s central location can provide you with all of these. Whether you’re an avid golfer or salmon fishing is your sport, it is all right here.  The Bangor salmon pool provides plenty of excitement to spring time anglers.  The fall brings Canadian geese into our region while year round birders find plenty to watch.  Winter enthusiasts enjoy miles of cross country ski trails, while the region’s lakes attract those who enjoy ice fishing.

Bangor Greendrinks Bangor Area Trails Map and Guide

Maine Trail Finder – connects you to information about hundreds of people-powered trails from Kittery to Calais to Fort Kent.


Fields Pond Audubon Center- Maine Audubon works to conserve Maine’s wildlife and wildlife habitat by engaging people of all ages in education, conservation, and action. We have eight sanctuaries throughout Maine, including Fields Pond, which is located just a 10 minute drive from downtown Bangor. Fields Pond provides canoe and kayak rentals, adult and children programming, camps, and access to trails to connect with nature and explore.

Maine Forest and Logging Museum at Leonard’s Mills is dedicated to preserving Maine’s logging history and sharing it in a ‘living history’ format. Volunteers restore and demonstrate old equipment.


Paul Bunyan Campground
1858 Union St, Bangor, ME 04401-2209 | (207) 941-1177


Treworgy Family Orchards
3876 Union St, Levant, ME 04456 | (207) 884-8354


Bangor Municipal Golf Course
278 Webster Ave, Bangor, ME 04401 | (207) 941-0232

Hermon Meadow Golf Club
281 Billings Rd, Hermon, ME 04401 | 207-848-3741

Rocky Knoll Country Club, LLC
94 River Road, Orrington, ME 04474 | (207) 989-0109

Whitewater Rafting

North Country Rivers, Inc.
Gadabout Gaddis Airport, 36 Main St., Bingham, ME 04920 | (207) 672-4814

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