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Brunswick is a town of 20,000 plus residents with a robust & pedestrian friendly downtown. New and old communities surround the active Maine Street.

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The center area of town is comprised of antique homes and historic buildings particularly on Maine & Federal Streets and Park Row and near the college campus, as well as mid-20th century homes in nearby neighborhoods. Newer developments are a bit further out but amenities are still easily accessible.

Brunswick is home to two medical centers serving much of the region: Mid Coast Hospital and Parkview Adventist Medical Center as well as a Primary Care & Walk-in Clinic, conveniently located in the center of town, near the Visitor Center and train station.

Brunswick is home to Bowdoin College and the Bowdoin College Museum of Art. The town also acts as a local cultural center. The Theater Project, Maine State Music Theater and The Frontier Café in Fort Andross offer an assortment of performing arts. There are quite a few Art and Artisan Galleries, along Maine and Pleasant Streets. ArtWalks and open artists’ studios take place during the summer months. Other museums include Peary-McMillian Arctic Museum & Pejepscot Historical Society.

Brunswick is definitely a food lover’s kind of town with year round farmers’ markets (3 per week in the summer and autumn months) & more than 20 restaurants to appease every mood, palate and wallet, with many of them focused on locally sourced and in season product.

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Downtown is also home to a number of locally owned home furnishing stores and antique stores found along Maine Street & at the Fort.

Business opportunities are available at the redevelopment of the naval base as well as closer to town, with office space at Fort Andross, the Brunswick Business Center on Pleasant Street and other downtown locales.

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Brunswick, bordered by the Androscoggin River and Atlantic Ocean has 67 miles of coastline. It offers its residents and visitors an array of recreational opportunities.

Biking and hiking trails abound. The Androscoggin River Bike Path which runs along the Androscoggin River is a favorite biking and walking path. Numerous land trust conservation areas throughout Brunswick offer miles of hiking trails.

Crystal Spring Farm, located on Pleasant Hill Road, has a number of popular trails and is home to one of the Farmers’ Markets during the summer months.

If it is water activities that you are looking for, the Mere Point area, Maquoit Bay and Middle Bay areas may better suit your lifestyle.

Marina services & boat ramps for easy access are available along the coastline. Coves and bays are perfect settings for an afternoon paddle.

Wildlife visits, moving weather patterns, and starry starry nights, are what you can expect to observe when you live on the outskirts of town.

Often times, you do not need to venture far from your own backyard.

Conservation Areas include: Crystal Springs Farm, Skolfield Preserve, Androscoggin River Bike Path, Bay Bridge Landing Wetland, Coffin’s Ice Pond, Cox Pinnacle, Greater Commons & Town Commons, Maquoit Bay Conservation Land, Pejepscot Dam Recreation Area, Sawyer Park.

Dining in Brunswick

Many of the restaurants listed here have a focus on using local products from the farms in the area and the sea.


Henry and Marty

Trattoria Athena

Enoteca Athena


El Camino

New Beet Market

Scarlet Begonia

Little Tokyo

Little Saigon


Shere Punjab

Bombay Mahal

Little Dog Coffee Shop

Wild Oats Bakery

The Gelato Fiasco

Broadway Deli

Shopping in Brunswick

Brunswick Local Provisions:
Crystal Springs Farmers Market-
Brunswick Farmers Market– Brunswick Mall-
Morning Glory
Tess’s Market

Farms in Brunswick:
Crystal Springs Farm
Milkweed Farm

Art Galleries:
Bayview Gallery
Icon Gallery
Summer Island Studio & Fine Artisan Gallery
Points of View Gallery
11 Pleasant Street Gallery

Entertainment in Brunswick

Maine State Music Theater
Eveningstar Cinema
Regal Cinemas
Theater Project
Bowdoin Summer Music Festival

Peary MacMillan Arctic Museum & Arctic Studies Center
Bowdoin College Museum of Art

At the Water in Brunswick

New Meadows Marina
Paul’s Marina

Nature Connection in Brunswick

The Bike Path is a 2.6-mile 14-foot wide paved bicycle/pedestrian path along the Androscoggin River. The path offers scenic overlooks of the Androscoggin River while providing a pedestrian and bicycle connection between in-town Brunswick and the Cook’s Corner area. Located north of Route 1, the path can also be accessed from Topsham via bicycle/pedestrian lanes over the Merrymeeting Bridge.

Bay Bridge Landing Wetland Park adjoins Merrymeeting Bay, and features a 3/10-mile perimeter walking path with interpretive signage detailing local habitat, flora, fauna and fisheries. There is also a small gravel-surfaced boat launch location at the site. This park is also utilized in for winter for access to ice fishing in Merrymeeting Bay.

Coffin’s Ice Pond is a six-acre pond located along a popular trail system that connects with the Town Commons trails. It is located off Harpswell Road (Route 123), just west of the Maine Pines Tennis Facility. The trail system connects with the Town Commons trail network to the south and Bowdoin College to the north.

Located on River Road, Coffin Pond Recreation Area offers a variety of seasonal recreational opportunities including a children’s playground, swimming, hiking, and winter ice skating.

This 103-acre park in west Brunswick features a trail system through forested hills and wetlands. The trail system includes access to Brunswick’s highest point (the Pinnacle) at approximately 350 feet above sea level. These trails provide roughly 1¼ miles of trail recreation in all seasons, including hiking, cross-country skiing, dog walking and snowshoeing. Parking lot and main entrance to the trails are located on Hacker Road, 3/10 mile east of Durham Road.

The Greater Commons is comprised of approximately 112 acres of wooded park area and trails adjoining both the northern and southern boundaries of the Town Commons. The trails connect seamlessly, for hiking, cross country skiing and birdwatching. The park is located along Harpswell Road (Route 123) and stretches to Middle Bay Road.

Lishness Park contains athletic fields, a seasonal lighted hockey rink, and a short trail system developed for preschool age children. The fields are seasonally set up for baseball and softball (spring and early summer) and soccer (late summer and fall). Lishness Park is located on Pine Tree Road next to the Brunswick Sewer District facility.

A 124-acre park with frontage on Maquoit Bay, this wooded conservation land offers a 6/10 mile trail to a rocky outcrop overlooking the Bay. The park’s main entrance is located on Bunganuc Road. The conservation land offers hiking, dog walking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing; please note that hunting is permitted in this park

Pejepscot Dam Recreation Area is located on the Androscoggin River. This hand-carry boat access point is located on property owned by Pejepscot Dam operators, a steel canoe portage stairway with padded canoe slide is in place to permit canoes or kayaks to be slid down to the river for launching. There are also hiking trails along the river, located on property owned by the Town of Brunswick. The park is also popular with fishermen. The entrance to Pejepscot Dam Recreation Area is on River Road, approximately 4½ miles from Pleasant Street (Route 1). Follow the gravel access road at the Pejepscot Dam Recreation Area sign to the end near the dam.

This park provides a boat launch facility with dock to the New Meadows River, as well as picnic areas. It is located on Bath Road just before the boundary with West Bath.

This historic 71-acre wooded park, located on Harpswell Road, is enjoyed by for hiking, dog walking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and bird watching. It features trails, picnic areas, and interpretive signage, as well as a pitch pine heath barren – a rare plant community in Maine – which can be seen on the Pitch Pine Barren Loop trail. The trail system of the Town Commons connects with the trails of the adjoining Greater Commons, enabling long hikes through the woods.