Covering 2,675 total acres and following 12 miles of the Androscoggin River, this park (the 5th largest park in Maine) is located an hour or less from over half of Maine’s entire population. The park is situated on two sides of the Androscoggin River, with the Turner lands encompassing 2,345 acres and on the opposite riverbank the Leeds lands encompass 330 acres. The Park is a part of the Androscoggin Greenway-Riverlands and the Androscoggin River Water Trail (see below).
when to visit
The Park is open year round, from 9am to sunset, and is only gated to preserve the trails at the end of snowmobile season to May 15, unless otherwise posted. ATV use is allowed between May 15 and December 15 unless otherwise posted.
Maine Bureau of Parks & Lands – Official Androscoggin Riverlands web page.
Androscoggin Greenway-Riverlands – The southernmost section of Androscoggin River is called the Androscoggin Greenway, a cooperative effort formed for preservation and revitalization along the River.
Androscoggin River Canoe Trail – This is an ongoing project working to establish a water trail along the full length of the Androscoggin River crossing 168 miles. There are currently over 40 mapped public access sites to the river, and ongoing projects include improvements to portages, water access only sites, and day use only areas.
Androscoggin Riverlands State Park Map & Guide – Maine Bureau of Parks & Lands brochure which includes overview, history and detailed map of hiking, ATV, snowmobile, mountain biking & multi-use trails, as well as boat launches, picnic areas and scenic overlooks.
Androscoggin Greenway Riverlands and Androscoggin River Trail – This map features a list of all water access sites, ramps and hand carry locations along the Androscoggin River in the Androscoggin Greenway-Riverlands and Androscoggin River Trail.
c/o Range Pond State Park
PO Box 475
Poland, ME 04274
Lat 44.261181 / Lon -70.187399 on Center Bridge Road off Route 4 in Turner