Androscoggin Greenway-Riverlands

The southernmost section of the River is known as the Androscoggin Greenway.  The Androscoggin Greenway is a cooperative effort, led by the Androscoggin Land Trust, that includes residents, landowners, municipalities, businesses and government agencies along the Androscoggin River corridor. These groups are working together to preserve open space along the Androscoggin River and its tributaries, revitalize the urban and village waterfronts such as those in Jay-Livermore Falls, Lewiston-Auburn and Lisbon Falls, create access to the river for recreation and transportation and provide a riverfront setting for community life. This section also includes Androscoggin Riverlands State Park, one of Maine's newest parks.
Bay Bridge Landing.pdf
Bay Bridge Topsham.pdf
2017 Center Bridge.pdf
Bates College Boat House.pdf
Cherry Pond.pdf
Durham River Park.pdf
Festival Plaza.pdf
Foundry Road.pdf
Freeman's Landing.pdf
Gulf Island Dam.pdf
Lincoln Street.pdf
Little Androscoggin River.pdf
Merrymeeting Bay Sites.pdf
Mill Street.pdf
Miller Park.pdf
North River Road.pdf
Otis Mill.pdf
Pejepscot Fishing Park.pdf
Pine Island.pdf
Rancourt Preserve.pdf
Riley Dam.pdf
Topsham Hydro.pdf
Twin Bridges.pdf
Water Street.pdf

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