Bangor City Forest
The Bangor City Forest is also known as the Rolland F. Perry City Forest is a large recreation area in Bangor, Maine. The park consists of approximately 650 acres and features close to 10 miles of hiking, cycling, and cross-country skiing trails.
From Spring until Fall, this place is open to hikers, bikers and breezy walkers. In the winter, many snowshoe and cross-country ski the paths. The boardwalk is over a large bog that starts in Bangor and circle into Orono, which isn’t a far as it sounds but you can get lost so take a picture of the…
Bangor City Forest is a nice place to go for a hike. I would highly recommend the bog boardwalk!
Has a Loop that goes all around the park. You can hike, bike, run and walk your dog.
Features more than 680 acres of wildlife habitat and working forest, and 9+ miles of trails for running, hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing. There is a boardwalk enabling visitors to City Forest to see a bog up close and personal without getting their feet wet. There are kiosks…
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