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Parks und Natur in Bridgton

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“Wonderful and easy walk in the woods behind the Magic Lantern in Bridgton that features a stunning, curved walking bridge.”
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Park
“My favorite mountain hike, this is about a 45 min drive from Portland. Great views and if you go in the late summer, there are blueberry bushes ripe for the picking! A moderate trail that takes about 2.5 hours round trip.”
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Park
“A favorite hiking spot of ours. Fairly easy trails in a beautiful setting. From Bridgton: Take Route 302 East; 1 mile past Lake Region High School, turn right on Perley Road. Drive 1.5 miles on Perley Road to the intersection of Chaplin Mill and Grist Mill Roads; Chaplin Mill (paved) takes a sharp (90 degree) left turn and Grist Mill (dirt) will go straight. Caution: Grist Mill Road is often unmarked and bumpy and may not be suitable for low cars. Proceed slowly! Go straight for .3 miles on Grist Mill, and turn left into the Holt Pond parking area. Hooray! You made it!”
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Park
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Park
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Park
“Pondecherry Park – downtown Bridgton – covered bridge, walking trails, Trail head is in the back of the parking lot of The Magic Lantern near the Gazbo and the Awesome covered walk bridge. ”
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Campground

Strände

Beach
“SALMON POINT BEACH Situated within Bridgton’s town-owned Salmon Point Campground on Long Lake, Salmon Point Beach offers public parking, restrooms, swimming access, and a sandy beach.”
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Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“Bald Peak Trail (2.4 miles): This blue-blazed trail is accessed from Mountain Road and has a 1,900 foot elevation gain. The trail leads up to Big Bald Peak and then swings south to Pleasant Mountain's summit. Sue’s Way (0.5 miles): This orange-blazed trail provides access from the Bald Peak Trail to the top of the Shawnee Peak Ski Area. There is a 500 foot elevation gain. Orange blazing. Access via Bald Peak Trail or North Ridge Trail. North Ridge Trail (0.8 miles): Blazed with white, this trail connects Sue's Way back with the Bald Peak Trail to create a loop. The elevation gain is 200 feet. Ledges Trail (1.8 miles): This blue-blazed trail, provides another access from Mountain Road to the ”
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