199 Pleasant St.
Brunswick, ME 04011
Phone: (207) 729-1129
Fax: (207) 725-8310
199 Pleasant St., Brunswick, ME, US, 04011
- Phone: (207) 729-1129
- Fax: (207) 725-8310
Challenging golf venue that features two nine hole golf courses, one designed by Geoff Cornish that will test your skills and one designed by Stiles/Van Cleek that offers plenty of birdie opportunities.
Overlooking the Thomas Bay, this clean sandy beach is located on 85 well groomed acres and features a large children's playground, over 500 picnic tables, areas for softball and volleyball, snack bar, gift shop, an arcade, outside rinse-off showers, horseshoe areas, and spacious camping areas for tents and RVs of all sizes.
One of the most experienced sportfishing guides in the area, this guide offers quality light tackle and fly fishing trips for striped bass, shark, and bluefish. No fishing license is required. All equipment is provided or you can choose to bring your own.
This club provides all of your sculling needs through lessons, classes, and demonstrations in a wide variety of formats. They also offer tour trips of the Casco Bay, as well as sell Alden Ocean Shells and accessories.
Snow fun for everyone is available at this winter park that offers ice skating, snowboard, cross country skiing, and super tubing. Tubers and snowboarders have their own special lifts.
Reid State Park encompasses 610 acres (246.85 hectares) of the south-eastern coast of Georgetown. The coastal end of the park features a relaxing beach area. Seaside lovers can enjoy a swim in the cooling waters or bask in the glorious sun. The place is visited by various birds, making it an ideal spot for bird watchers. Broad walks and trails leading through salt marshes, woods and salt dunes offer hikers a relaxing walk.
Opened in 1921, this beautiful and challenging 18 hole golf course is located alongside the Little Androscoggin River and features rolling terrain. An expansive clubhouse is on site that includes a restaurant, banquet facilities, and fully stocked pro shop.
Open from October to March, this arena is home of two youth hockey associations, two high school hockey teams, and the Auburn-Lewiston Adult Hockey League. Open skating is available for the public during specific hours. Food concessions and a fully stocked pro shop are also on site.
Hidden behind a wall of evergreens, this beach is one of Central Maine's best kept secrets and features a wide variety of water related and recreational activities including a water slide, diving board, outdoor basketball court, volleyball courts, open field game areas, picnic tables, concession stand, and restroom facilities. Certified lifeguard staff are on site.
One of the best championship golf courses in New England, this links style 18 hole golf course is nestled on over 200 acres of rolling farmland and features century old stone walls and bridges, as well as rolling hills and babbling brooks.
Fun for all ages is available at this bowling center that features 34 synthetic lanes, automatic scoring, and 16 lanes offering Bowler Vision. Off-track betting in the Winner's Circle that simulcasts thoroughbred and harness horse racing daily is available. A concession stand, video arcade, and fully stocked pro shop are available.
Encounter ospreys, seals and Great Blue Herons on your excursion. No experience is necessary. All tours are led by an experienced guide. First-timers can choose a tandem kayak, which is more stable. For those who prefer to stay on dry land, bicycles are available.